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i. wore trouble for to raise a british prime minister get short shrift over a billion pound deal now with minor party to prop up a government as well as from brussels over her post bricks it plan for you citizens rights will tell you all about that this morning coming up to the white house against the assad government after claiming damascus is preparing to use chemical weapons in syria. and. the german foreign ministry turkish presidential security guards not to turn up to next month's g twenty summit after they were involved in a violent incident in washington recently. eight
am here in moscow six in the morning in britain this tuesday the twenty seventh of june my name's kevin zero in line with you from r.t. h.q. well welcome good morning the main news than centering on the u.k. today seems to be very little applause for the british prime minister's solution to propping up a weak government she's spending an extra one billion pounds now on northern ireland in order to try to get the provinces democratic unionist party to support her in parliament which they said they do and this is a report some how it might not be the damage control that mrs may's been hoping for the. it was smooth enough sailing for theresa may until she decided to make things just a little bit better for herself instead it was a miscalculated gamble and easy grab of an overwhelming parliamentary majority turned out to be a far off dream the prospect of
a stronger negotiating hand with brussels crashed and burned with a hung parliament putting teresa mayes future into question i was writing something down to say no you must go out you know you are right instead of stepping down the british prime minister had a different plan but it seemed like whichever way she turned there was potential for trouble the tories have penned a deal with the democratic unionist party of northern ireland which is opposed to hard bracks it something may has accepted as a possibility on top of that the d u p have been criticised for their policies on same sex marriage and abortion as well as previously acts with violent paramilitary groups in northern ireland not a perfect ally but the attendee u.p.a. m.p.'s have been crucial for theresa may so much so she was ready to pay their support again with a hefty price tag of one billion pounds to be spent over the next three years that's in addition to the previously announced five hundred million and funds to northern ireland and who is footing the bill you may ask as always the taxpayer
taxpayer has resent politicians cooking up deals behind closed doors that invariably end with their cash being thrown wherever is politically advantageous rather than where it could be best spent to recently called it a good deal and the do you be are delighted if you think the same applies to scotland and wales think again this is the worst kind of pork barrel politics which trust rather the last vestiges of credibility over this what can prime minister it is outrageous that the prime minister believes she can secure her own political future by throwing money at north an island whilst completely ignoring the rest of the u.k. despite the british government having now plastered together a solution the question is for how long will it stick after all the irony is that a mere seven tory. m.p.'s switching sides would potentially be enough for a majority to slip away and if they see it you're going to. get political writer and journalist dan glazebrook believe the conservatives only option was to buy favor because their agendas left them isolated the people of northern ireland have
a city been sold short or sold out you might say by the. because actually the deal that the d.p. is signed up to although it's got this media of one billion extra one billion pounds of extra investment in infrastructure health and education actually in the long term is going to going to be detrimental to the people of northern ireland because. the do you have agreed to support all of the conservatives legislative proposals on bracks in a minority government in principle does not have to be based just on making financial bribes to two other parties for its support but this this option is not really available to the conservatives because they're completely isolated in terms of what they want to do in parliament. dunny street though the d.p. leader echoed to reserve may's claim that the agreement would bring stability to the entire country. then came home and it is also a plan for e.u. citizens living in post written specified cutoff date seems they'll be able to
apply for permanent residency so that families quote will be split up. i know there's been some anxiety about what would happen to citizens at the point we leave the european union. today i want to put that anxiety to rest but despite the reassurances the plan faced harsh criticism from opposition leader maybe is to be expected and he called it cut off date prime minister still insists she's the best person to get a good deal for britain yeah it was. i. was incredibly relieved she is the best person to strike a deal with the very people she spent the last six months threatening and a victory the truth is this country needs a new approach to break so that a tory government simply cannot deliver other reaction the german chancellor
welcome to the offer for citizens in the u.k. is a good start but then she warned that be many other issues to resolve the european commission president meantime early described the plans as a first step but added that it wouldn't be enough meantime the dutch the belgian and the austrian leaders dismissed trees of maize offer is questionable and vague british political commentator added gary told us bret's it is not on the right track. it's an absurdity on top of a colossal inadequacy about as streamlined as the potholed filled roads that i'd travelled on to get to this studio it's simply absurd and it's simply silly and it's a bad political move it's a total dysfunction when all that would take for the government is to say look there's going to be a simple process that the end let's have a long long grace period at that where people just need to show this is who i am i am not a criminal here i am give me some stamp and some other similar item whether it's an
id card or something else but instead more bureaucracy rather than less and i think what a lot of people are going to find a lot of u.k. citizens are going to find that were a lot of people voted for breaks and to try to rightly cut down on red tape and cut down on bureaucracy it's simply going to be a matter of meet the new bureaucratic same as the old bureaucrat. claims the syrian government is preparing to launch a chemical weapons attack that's more big news this morning president trump's press secretary says the u.s. will take action if that happens we're going to follow this story now. the united states has identified potential preparations for another chemical weapons attack by the saddam regime the united states is in syria to eliminate the slum extent of iraq and syria if however mr assad conducts another mass murder attack using chemical weapons he and his military will pay a heavy price well the stories come in overnight more a dozen of our correspondents across it more and more and what else is the white house saying about this
a chemical attack that supposedly is sad is planning here well the wording of what they're saying is very interesting because they say that any chemical attack carried out in the future will be squarely and by default blamed on assad which is which is very strange because there will be no jew process no investigation merely punishment the other interesting thing is that they say they've detected preparation similar to that which happened before the last chemical attack which happened in april of this year then also those little by way of investigation and it went straight to punishment the united states and trump launched a salvo of cruise missiles at the syrian airfield which was engaged in the fight against isis launching sorties against this land mixtape militants certainly doing damage to that syrian operation there's of course the other elements of this there's the israel element now on the one side or syria here confusing things
complicating things still more tell us the latest on that well there is so it's become something of a hot spot the golan heights area of syria thirty percent of that is still held by syria the other seventy percent has been annexed by israel decades ago and from there israel has been attacking syrian forces the area is a real hot spot you have that nusra rebels that is al-qaeda affiliate you have isis sitting on the border with israel and israel hardly ever attacking them you have. the syrian military and syrian rebels all fighting each other and there's something of a pitched battle going on there as things stand and israel has now launched repeated attacks against the syrian military blaming it for launching shelves and missiles into israeli territory now the israeli defense minister has been touring the area
he's visited then he said the tensions are very very high and that there's a chance of an escalation no he himself said chance of war is slim there was one piece recently where days sure opened fire and apologized more than that israelis and the syrian military have both been accusing each other of violence of aggression it's you know it's back and forth going on there but more than that the israelis have hardly ever targeted isis which is also situated in the area chairs quite a long border with with israel and on one occasion when isis launched shells into israel and wounded a number of people allegedly isis apologize something it is never done before. there are many prophets predicting a hot summer so there will be
a war but we have no intention of initiating a movie triacs but we won't let anything pass whether it's just spillage or not everything will get a powerful brew spawn's think that may have been the wrong comment the israelis claim that isis had apologized to them which had never happened before no matter who is or who isis had attacked it had never apologized to shown any sort of remorse nevertheless the battle there is ongoing and there's a lot of room for a slip up and an escalation. thanks madhu the other developers tell you regarding syria as well this morning russia and the u.s. are trying to resolve their differences over the place foreign minister sergey lavrov and secretary of state rex tillerson spoke by phone in
a call initiated by washington seems it's the first time this is what's crucial is spoken since the downing of the syrian military jet by the u.s. more than a week ago there are a number of incidents the diplomats discuss the need to consolidate a cease fire in syria and to suppress attempts to use chemical weapons by any party in the conflict also stressed the need for the u.s. to avoid any further provocations against the syrian government like the downing of the plane we got some comments in overnight from brian becker from the antiwar amsa coalition he says there is no clear line though among decision makers in washington on how best to proceed in syria the initiative at least from the secretary of state might reflect the fact that there could be a debate going on inside the trump administration and a division of opinion that maybe one position in the u.s. government and then there's another position which incentivizes war which sees war is good business which recognizes the fact that while the u.s.
can't win in syria can't overthrow the assad government but by continuing the conflict it strengthens its position following the defeat of isis in other words to have a dog in the fight in the post war sort of reorganization of syria there may be a debate going on in washington or at least your resolution in other words uncertainty about what the u.s. position really should be a lot more to come smalling inaccurate reporting on russia as costing jobs a major american news network we'll tell you all about what some would say and right ahead. that's.
what politicians do sometimes. they put themselves on the line they get accepted or rejected. so when you want to be president. or some want to be that's. actually going to be this is what the three of them or people. interested in the water. should. call the big headlines this morning from moscow live preview three journalists from
america's c.n.n. network of resigned over the traction of russia related story c.n.n. confirmed that the reporter on the story and two editors will be leaving their posts after an article on the channel's web site was found to be in violation of its standard editorial processes now the story which was based on a single anonymous source claimed that congress was investigating a russian investment fund with ties to the trump team it also mentioned that a former member of the trump transition team anthony scott a much she had met with the head of that fund but up. the channel's accused of several factual errors that the whole thing was deleted the whole article and they apologized discover mucci with allegations of trump russia ties you are appearing almost every week now many voters now say that they've grown weary of these investigations the fact there's a poll or let's look at the poll that suggests that more than sixty percent of americans are tired with it they think the progress in trump's alleged links to the
kremlin are actually damaging the economy it seems more than half of those surveyed as well think it's time to move on they want lawmakers to shift their focus on the other issues important issues like health care and national security for example. every day americans are being left behind because russia russia russia do we need all five hundred thirty five members of the congress to deal with russia we're not focusing on the economic messages people in an ohio don aren't really talking about russia or michael flynn or putin or anything else they say what the heck do the democrats stand for ryan has a point here we better stand for something and it can't be baby steps i think it is interesting that that the polling now says that americans no longer view this as something that's important in the life of their government or the lives of their nation there's a harvard study out a few weeks ago that talked about the level of hysteria in the mainstream media about the trumpet ministration found out that it was the most negative coverage ever in covering
a new administration journalistic ethics have collapsed in the year of trump because they're so desperate to harm him so that explain for a long time why the private why the public was concerned and why the polling numbers were so low and now the polling numbers are recovering it's not because the press has been less hysterical it's because the people have finally had it with the mainstream media don't believe them anymore and would like us all to move on and talk about something substantive and the operation of the nation. at next month's g twenty summit in germany the country's full of ministers one of the turkey's president not to bring is building a well miguel francis and the other takes a look at what might be behind it. president arrow on is planning to appear in germany next month for the annual g. twenty summit and it looks like the red carpet won't be rolled out for the turkish leader apparently the incident with his security detail during his recent washington visit as put e.u. officials on alert saying please don't bring your bodyguards. i have
reason to expect that these people who'd be incriminated by the american criminal justice system will not step on to german soul in the forseeable future including during the g twenty summit and nother no no on the list for president on rallies major venue so far have declined to host a direct leader the reasons were quite interesting and ranged from renovations to sorry already booked imagine the u.s. president coming to germany and the ailing to find a place to appear not very likely but then again should we be surprised tensions between germany and turkey have been building up for months now starting with germany pulling its military from turkey's insure like air base and sending it to jordan after ankara denied german officials a visit to the base on the other hand you've got turkey angry with germany for granting asylum to turkish citizens who allegedly took part in the failed cool of twenty sixteen an airline didn't mince his words when he met with angela merkel
last may and of course girl and also stepped in to stop turkish rallies in germany support or want to push broader powers referendum back in april germany you have no notion of democracy your practices are no different from the nazi practices of the past does my comment that the nazi comparison isn't turkey's part must and is valid without it sir but unfortunately we see that this comparisons haven't stats and we are not going to allow a promise that they would revive gas chambers in concentration camps if they weren't ashamed to this is their mentality they're disturbed when we say that this is not semen now well it's no use. easy task facing back together relations that have completely formed the party one side will have to likely admit its mistakes and this point it doesn't want by germany or turkey are ready to do that because francis and thiago r.t. we've got some expert opinion for you on where german turkish relations stand at
the moment. but everyone can see the weeks ago exactly these live shots misbehaved badly and this is exactly will generally don't want to see on its own territory ok in turkey we have some you know mistakes related to democracy and some shortages but they should help us to improve it better than to you know to push turkey towards the east if you look at germany politics what's tricky over the last few years in germany has accepted every. impoliteness and every the relations of the church sux. and this has gone too far and now when it tries to set limits europeans the champions of democracy and home arise when we speak about the middle east but when we're speaking about democracy and home or eyes number eyes in europe there are you know
some kind of double standards and hypocrisy. doing whatever it can to show that our charity is doing whatever it can. to misbehave and now allies like to like us they say start everyone. you know on very far but now now you have reached our limits and i get a very good symbol to show everyone you can do a lot but you can't do everything we had agreement between europe and turkey germany and turkey related to immigration submit a free riza and they thought they promised to the delaware some kind of six million dollars for the syrian. graters but they didn't deliver their promises and then the supply ran in turkey president are down or the government to run the we're speaking about this kind of things they are you
know always saying different kind of things and accusing turkey of doing something but this is not fair as the strongest economy in the world will need a strong military power i guess europe and the us have allowed it usually to react in a proper way. to turkey. we want to be part of you but accept a rules and if you don't accept the rules you have to accept the fact that we are a little bit harder than you city elections are coming in germany and they try to use this as some. yeah that's a very famous in order not to assume jorma these kind of things and they started again i think it will carry on up to next election elections in germany.
can also. be normal after the. news next this morning that italy's having to fork billions of taxpayer euros to wind down two failed banks we also have people worried and not well if they were ready to bail out the bank is. this is money that's been taken from our pockets why should we have to worry about saving the failing banks there are so many other priorities hospitals schools and small businesses are in crisis if politicians want to help the telling economy they should start with the middle class not saving the banks we've had enough no it's not right the banks do not deserve to be given this money the people who made the banks fail should be held responsible i'm. very angry about the situation i work hard to earn money we can't go on like this. it's completely immoral we're all angry because.
bank managers should take responsibility for these failures not small time savers like me. go to school with deja vu here you probably remember the banks and bailouts were rarely out of the news in the wake of the two thousand and eight credit crunch but politicians around the world promised didn't they that citizens would never have to pay for bankers mistakes. we must not allow government intervention to protect investors and speculators who relied on the government to reap massive profits never again never again should touch players be expected to bail out wall street from its own. fast forward twenty seventeen so italy will get some help from the country's biggest retail bank in texas some polo which will take home some of the good assets the rest of it those big into a toxic bank again which is estimated to hold some of the coast italian taxpayers as much as seven billion euro financial guru miles cuz he describes
a situation is financial terrorism well as we've been talking about since two thousand and eight nothing was done to change the climate in the banking sector that has been given carte blanche to make loans to their friends at zero percent interest rates and occasionally when those bad loans are able to be accounted for the central banks the governments like angela merkel bail them out they simply bail them out so far the amount that has been spent bailing out crooked bankers is approximately seventeen trillion dollars the europeans such are back in the federal reserve bank bank of japan have indicated that they're willing to bail out another seventeen or twenty trillion dollars worth of crooked loans so this could go on for a while but the social cohesion risk is mounting and the violence on the streets is increasing but governments unfortunately are in the pockets of these financial
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