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tv   Inside Story 2019 Ep 247  Al Jazeera  September 4, 2019 8:32pm-9:01pm +03

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and speaker i would like the prime minister if he has any spare time tomorrow because if you are going on here perhaps he could probably work for where he would be very welcome and. i thank my my brother a friend who has been a wonderful champion for what food and the shirt and 100 showed you i have conservative values i i i mean he's he's also got a great deal to say i've been i've been to campaign for him and it was for i had seen how popular here. how i say that there are there are 20000 jobs they can seize now in the police if you wish it had to take up that rowers anybody not you want to wish to take up that role and and there are many many more in nursing it because as he knows in watford and across this country unemployment is at a record low and employment is at record highs because of the sound economic
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policies this government has fallen thank you kim. thank you watching al jazeera live inside the house of commons in central london there for you this just to get you right up to date with what's happening british prime minister cross johnson there challenging the opposition main opposition labor party is a journey called into agreeing to an election on october the 15th labor will not have not and plan not to agree to that because they simply do not trust the prime minister they think they strongly suspect he will call an election get it on the statute books and then do a quick u. turn and move the date of the election to after october the 31st because in theory this is still stage one brags that this is still the u.k. heading into leaving crashing out of the e.u. at the end of this month dither and delay mr johnson said twice and he also said we will have ample. opportunity to discuss bricks it the language very very strong
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he's telling labor m.p.'s they're on the benches opposite to tell their party leader jeremy corbyn not to go with what he's turning a surrender deal we're talking about we've heard these words no use for what 36 hours a rebel alliance we're talking about m.p.'s seizing power we're talking about hashtags stop the coup if you've been following this on twitter also he didn't really give an answer there was one m.p. there asked him to confirm what is being discussed what is on the table because there is a quite small compared to the size of the team that reason means to send to brussels and strasburg there is a u.k. break that negotiating team in brussels as we speak quite a small team nothing new has been put on the table that was the central accusation levelled at mr johnson he didn't really reply so we don't know what the concrete proposals are will stay with these pictures mr johnson is still on his feet for a 2nd and let's just rewrite the tapes and show you what he's been talking about
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just in the past hour or so the only thing that standing is standing you know in our way is the undermining of those negotiations by this surrender bill which would be to move to that and we delayed in march we delayed a bill and now we want to do it he wants to delay again for absolutely no purpose whatever you want to see intend by that we are spending in this government spending a 1000000000 pounds to put 20000 more police officers on the street. how to use. only you could take a 30 and i will never allow that. speaker i really fail to see how i can be accused of undermining negotiations because no negotiations are taking.
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he's been prime minister for 6 weeks and he promised to get breaks it sorted in 6 weeks he's presented nothing to change the previous prime minister's deal which he twice voted against these negotiations that he talks about irish all he's doing is running down the clock at the weekend the chancellor of the duchy of lancaster said food prices will go up under no deal will the prime minister publish. will the prime minister publish the yellow how my documents so the people can see which food prices will go up and by how much. and just be completely clear the yellow hammer document there the german court was talking about that's the government's blueprint to make sure that food water etc medical supplies imports exports carry on regardless of where and if breaks it actually happens lawrence lee is. outside the palace of westminster i guess for the european parliamentarians
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looking in on the house of commons there lawrence it's the thing that they don't like to see as usual it's british m.p.'s saying no we won't we can't and here's why as opposed to saying yes we can and we will. yeah i think you know it was all so many times what's your plan. and he just dissembled and diverted and he can't say what the plan is and i think the problem for him is is that europeans watching vase have said so many times there isn't a plan he hasn't given us a single thing and then when he stands up in front of parliaments and says there is a plan but he won't say what scene it's they just think he's a liar and completely untrustworthy and in that sense it was one of those boris johnson performances lots of rhetorical flourish very bad language a couple of extremely poor quality jokes calling jeremy corbin a chlorinated chicken and saying that coburn likes venezuela therefore he's caracas
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you know it's i mean really that's that's not not even that joke level stuff but but behind that there's absolutely no substance whatsoever and consequently it makes him look very weak and very vulnerable and it also makes it really easy for. jeremy colvin so makes it to go on the front foot. i'm going to bring in the stephen barboza experts in politics democracy and and i dare say over there there's plenty of people who like you have a german there's a commons at the moment to do with that you think is a poll of polls but yes i think he was very shaky 1st promises questions from the new prime minister and i mean more more heat than light as you would expect from him cues but actually it was very little that he brought that was new. from what we need last night hosing on the persuades you know any opposition m.p.'s or his own renegade m.p.'s who voted against him to support him in an election or all or think he actually has a plan we were just won't say what it is well indeed and i think that's why haps wants jeremy corbett looked very confident to question today and it's perhaps
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because jeremy called want to ease he's acting as leader of the whole opposition and that means he's on the same page as the 21 former conservative m.p.'s who lost the whip last night they had huge skepticism but actually there was any. serious negotiation going on in brussels with the u.k. negotiating team which is of course a quarter of what it was under trees in may in terms of size just just a quick word about about the about the way in which those concerns rebels were dealt with last night by downing street you think is acceptable behavior to kick them out in the way that they did well i mean it's the chief if you like of the party leader to decide who has the whip and they defied the whip. but i think many people today are reflecting on on how boris johnson perhaps overplayed his hand the brutality and the aggression with which he's attacked this policy and he's own members of parliament actually of only embolden them. backfired as it cites it's really backfired and he looks like he's unlikely to get the early snap general
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election that he'd wanted to use and he isn't going to win i think that they'll definitely get the bill through tonight and he won't and then the defeat of his call for elections yes i mean it looks likely given the numbers last night that the the bill to stop but no deal will pass tonight on the votes and i suppose that the size of a parliament she handles. and under the fixed term parliament tax. would need 2 thirds of all m.p.'s about that's not a majority of 2 thirds of all m.p.'s of the better vote and just in 2 sentences literally when this comes back on monday which was the crunch time do you think the led policy will agree to elect in the middle favored up until i think it's highly unlikely given what. position is said to be just because they don't trust in time any sort of deal you can put to european council that's right that the line is you get we stop at 1st then we have a general election stephen thanks thanks thanks very much indeed more from us in a few minutes time from westminster fanatics here lawrence thank you very much
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let's get more on another big story this hour hong kong the chief executive has announced the formal withdrawal of that controversial extradition bill the proposal spawn months of mass protests across the territory it would have allowed people in hong kong to be sent to the mainland mainland china to face trial. i now percent for actions to initiate this dialogue. 1st the government will formally withdraw the bill in order to truly allay public concerns the secretary for security will move a motion according to the rules of procedure when the legislative council recently or the prominent pro-democracy activist joshua warm says protests will continue despite the formal withdrawal of that extradition bill so when it is claire that our protests must call that you know 1st of october the child as national day we strongly aware that pact with the high beijing government beijing and chinese
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authorities that strike you talk our protests dancing is such withdraw the fall off. at that just though a strategy for beijing hope to. hew reduce the number of participants protests in the next few weeks especially on 1st of october ok let's talk now to andreas fault a senior fellow at the university of nottingham asia research institute he joins us on skype from taipei and re-installed is. a lame duck chief executive. well she's been a lame duck for quite some time now and most. of service with the agree that this with all of extraditions the comes. much too late to bear in mind that actually the protest movement made fighting man and 3 of these other demands actually related to the role of the on calm police force and we
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shouldn't forget that over the past couple of days hong kong has effectively been under effect martial law we have seen mass arrests. there has been a lot of violence against protesters especially sexual violence against young female protesters. there have been scenes of savage beatings in n.p.r. stations again and all of the instances of police brutality has really enraged the hong kong public when you talk not just in general is that when you talk about sexual violence when you talk about brutality aimed at the protestors miss islam did during the televised address start talking about a fully independent inquiry why is that not enough. well because it's not fully independent inquiry shere suggested to add 2 more individuals to
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the choir which doesn't have any legitimacy in the eyes of the protesters and we should not forget that some of the police brutality was so graphic and so extreme that now the young generation of hong kong most especially those who have now gone back to school have staged a rather extraordinary act of political defiance over the past few days we have seen high school students who have used for example. the time when they played the national anthem are they actually sang do you hear the people saying they were challenging like central government head on with this kind of act of defiance and young people all over hong kong in schools have chanted liberation kong the revolution of our time is that i don't sleep principally by lament it's not a chance however that when joshua long says the protests will and should continue
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that his message is inherently flawed in as much as the central government in beijing it's probably thinking to itself we've done the right thing we've gone as far as we can go but if you corner the administration if you could if you make them feel cornered in beijing you know the chinese hardware that's part top in shenzhen it's still there. i think everyone is fully aware of that but again you may underestimate the public sentiment and. in a way just right this was a tactical retreat and minimal concession and i would expect this to actually call on for much longer so i think we shouldn't hold our breath yet ok we'll leave it there many thanks for joining us on skype from taipei we'll get you more of course on all the top stories not least what's going inside on inside the house of commons right now boris johnson the prime minister was on his feet he's now. a
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robust performance not much detail it has to be said because he said you know there are concrete proposals on the table do we know what those proposals are no we do not more news on the other side of the break we'll see you soon. new yorkers are very receptive to al jazeera because it is such an international city they're very interested in that global perspective that al jazeera provides. if you want to learn above that was might look like very soon got
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with bureaus spawning 6 continents across the globe. al-jazeera is correspondents live in bringing the stories they tell me i could have done nothing but good news nobody got a letter c r. we're at the mercy of the russian camp for palestinian refugees al-jazeera fluent in world news. peter will be here in doha the top stories from al-jazeera hong kong's chief executive carrier has announced the formal with role of that controversial extradition bill the proposal spark months of mass demonstrations across the territory it would have allowed people in hong kong to be sent to mainland china to face trial. the government will formally withdraw their bill in order to actually allay public consensus the secretary for security will move
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a motion according to the rules of procedure when the legislative council recent the prominent pro-democracy activists joshua wong says protests will continue despite the formal withdrawal of the bill so when it is clear that our protests must call that you know 1st of october the child has a national day we strongly aware that the high beijing government beijing authorities let's try to talk our protests but i don't think it's such a draw draw feel at that just though a strategy for beijing hope to. reduce the number of participant protests in the next few weeks especially on 1st of october there were the scenes in the british parliament in the last hour or so after the new u.k. prime minister boris johnson threatened to call a snap election of m.p.'s go against him they will vote later on
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a motion which would block a no deal bricks it on october 31st. the only thing that standing is standing you know you know way is the undermining of those negotiations by this surrender bill which would be to move to that and we delayed in march we delayed april and now we want to do it he wants to delay again for absolutely no purpose whatever what does he intend by that we are spending in this government spending a 1000000000 pounds to put 20000 more police officers on the streets. he decides. he wants to spend. power use. in the e.u. the young ok but the 35 and i will never allow that well u.k. opposition leader jeremy coleman is pushing back at accusations he's causing more confusion speaker i really fail to see how i can be accused of undermining negotiations because no negotiations are taking right.
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he's been prime minister for 6 weeks and he promised to get breaks it sorted in 6 weeks he's presented nothing to change the previous prime minister's deal which he twice voted against these negotiations that he talks about i rush am all these doing is running down the clock at the weekend the chancellor of the duchy of lang cost a said food prices will go up under no deal will the prime minister publish. will the prime minister publish the yellow how my documents so the people can see which food prices will go up and by how much iran says it's willing to recommit to the 2015 year clear deal but only if it gets $15000000000.00 for oil sales in return now the plan was proposed by the french an effort to salvage there or that proposal will need the approval of the united states. meanwhile iran says it will release 7
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crew members of a british flag oil tanker that it seized in july the case of the stana impera which was taken in the strait of hormuz is now making its way through the country's courts the tankers owners say it's waiting for confirmation of an official release date aurukun durian is slowly moving closer to the u.s. after devastating much of the bahamas the destruction there has been described as an historic tragedy 7 people are dead and the prime minister says that number is likely to rise a group of haitian politicians have ransacked the parliament to prevent the ratification of the newly appointed prime minister they're angry about the worsening fuel shortage and rising corruption under the current government cats are revealed the official logo for the 2022 world cup with a worldwide media campaign the image was similar to any history beamed on to buildings all over the world including unveilings in the cattery capital doha those are your headlines up next al-jazeera world more news on this channel in about 25
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