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we're spending ninety percent of their dough now it's all wonderful and we like to help but it helps them there in europe helps them a lot more than it helps us we're very far away so we have this incredible germany is paying one percent of a much smaller g.d.p. we're paying close to four percent of a much larger g.d.p. now that doesn't work folks but we are on this chris bambery whether he thinks the u.k. were given to washington and boost defense spending british annoy in this so-called special relationship between america and britain it's always the united states it's called the short and britain's put a trail along like a well behaved poodle saw i suspect that post breaks that britain facing you know worries about where its future lies and the temptation is going to be yes we need to hold course the united states even if they're not that interested interested as a more even it's pointed out that donald trump is fed up with reason. way of
operating the brits are still likely to tag along behind and probably already know the defense chiefs are saying to the british government i will this is what we said we have to increase spending so i suspect actually the brits will give in to the americans have push comes to shove and they're looking over at friends and friendship to trump suppose it has a manual mccraw very worried that this special relationship as i said the brits could somehow be supplanted by the french so in london nobody desperation to cooling to the coat tails of united states. that is what has been independence day in the us but the majority of americans for the first time in at least eighteen years say they are no longer extremely proud of their country apparently that's the finding of a poll by gallup which tallies with a number of other recent surveys too that also reflect a downward trend in reports. the fourth of july american independence day time for
barbecue fireworks and celebrating the old stars and stripes. see. what is the patriotic impulse dying among americans a new poll shows that not all americans are swelling with national pride the poll indicates that less than half of americans actually say that they're extremely proud of their country and that's with donald trump playing up u.s. exceptionalism we're going to make america make america great again great again are you planning to celebrate the fourth of july this year actually i'll be working as i am sure there's every day comp by an easy going all came out this year and when asked if they were proud of their country extremely proud of their country only forty seven percent of americans said yes that's less than half what do you make of
that poll. i saw that i don't understand i'm in that the other category i am extremely proud of and now we look so bad and for towards other countries who are looking towards us and think that we look so separated now instead of being united i suppose it's about trump mainly really it's just just simply the president. what else i think again it centers on a political. level happening just faith and leadership to really come down to what i think deep down the numbers probably higher people may feel a grudge about certain political you know swings these days used to be that once a year americans put aside their political differences and marched behind the american flag is one on independence day however this year it seems that partisan political differences are impacting our americans feel about the festivities. r t new york. ok let's go back to our breaking news this hour because british
counter-terror police are saying that two people who were rushed to hospital following their possible exposure to a toxic substance were in fact intoxicated with novacek. this evening i've received test results from poll that showed that two people are predisposed to the right to tell the truth. however i must say that we are not in a position to say whether the nerve agent was from the side branch the scruples words opposed to. the possibility that these two investigations might be like is clearly a large record. it is important however that the investigation is going to argue over the variables so we don't make any assumptions or indulge in speculation. ok let's get more details now from the she says that she's in our u.k. office flooring the story for us an issue good evening just run through them the details that we didn't know so far. when it's been confirmed by the metropolitan
police that the substance that left a man and women critically ill in and spray is indeed novi chalk in the parish both in their mid forty's charlie rally and dawn sturgis and they're in critical condition at the moment insult district hospital now the two were taken ill on saturday just eight miles away from the square polytechnic where you'll hear and say case compile were poisoned back in march now at first it was thought that contaminated drugs was the cause of this but police say that it's now not now it's now known it's not known rather whether the nerve agent was from the same batch that was used against the script halts but during the day the local police said that there was no connection between this attack and the attack on the script but now they have confirmed that the nerve agent was indeed not the chalk but russia as we know is in the midst of football celebrations at the moment we have the world cup going on now but tomorrow. there will be an emergency meeting to discuss this
issue further. ok thanks michel it was a necessity for us there the latest on this story from the u.k. well as we've already mentioned scotland yard says there is no connection at this stage between it this new poisoning case and the script was poisoning last march however the name not be chopped became known around the world after the former russian spy was poisoned pile more aghast look deeper into the story behind the deadly substance there was no trial no discussion no evidence no proof there was only judgement and punishment is highly likely that russia was responsible we do polls russia culpable culpable culpable for the attempted murder the pundit needed even less than a movie chock sounds russian means russia did it establish that it is not a chaka matter is by definition of the translation of the name which means newcomer
part of a program in a soviet union in the late seventy's and eighty's the points made there are a lot of questions to ask of this whole mess but over the last few weeks we've interviewed dozens of chemists experts and military specialists and hear their biggest gripes. the new nerve agents a new she crit they haven't been so in decades there's many well published formulas of nerve agents so that it's no problem i mean mary where you have sarin so manji v.x. there are abundant abundant and the structures are known and the toxicity profiles are known so so many people can make nerve agents and they know what structures to go go toward here they are exerts from the books and studies available to the
public neither the formula you know the chemicals any more russian then itself for years now researchers have published studies and theses on the nuvi chocks which there are dozens and dozens of many developed in different countries there's just one good tool in twenty zero seven the u.s. or the published a paper on numerous chemical compounds we were interested because of the toxicity the author invited them under the system there are more than sixty compounds here and they've all been indexed that means someone somewhere synthesize them and shared the information since then these formulas or some of them have appeared in various publications constantly you simply cannot see they are secret. there's more to it if you suspect a potential adverse or e is made a new discovery you have to do the same in order to study the new substance and
make antidotes it's true to say that russia is not the only country being able to sympathize a few grams of no beach up in the late ninety's all intelligence services in the west worked on of each other because there were these rumors about a new military chemical agent produced in russia so so i'm not surprised that in france in a new king in the united states is a. have this kind of information that could explain this speed in which the product was identified that's the purpose and that's the job of this kind of laboratories and there's a whole lot of nerve agents to go around with more being discovered undeclared nerve agents. and it's a country and there are many discovers the properties of a new chemical structure it's taxes it's a chemical weapons potential they must immediately according to the convention register it with the obviously w.
but no country does so despite having created many such chemicals. and it really isn't as difficult as it may sound if it's really a we're dealing with it's not a real problem to synthesize that kind of nerve agent or the necessary components are easily available on the open market the synthesis does not require sophisticated procedures any specialist in organic chemistry would be able to make it though every expert we talked to said that you need serious expertise in substantial funding to make pure nerve agent. and of course you can't make this in any basement the chemicals are highly toxic and the love has to be well equipped with ventilation detoxification equipment and the chemist themselves have to be educated not every lead can synthesize this but there are twenty or so labs that counter. the argument that there is no alternative
explanation because only russia has made new rich ox sales. britain's decision to classify almost every aspect of what happened and the investigation is called the rumen mill running but there are tidbits that have leaked out tidbits that have the scientists graduating the heads of each other is supposed to be very toxic highly toxic five to eight times more toxic than the x. which is already very very toxic so small amounts should have killed mr creep out for sure but again it's very difficult to assess and evaluate this kind of question before knowing exactly how the product was delivered the interesting thing with nobody chalks is that there are so many of them and they come in so many
different forms they can come in a powered as solid as a crystal and even as a liquid but just to give you some reference if this was a variety of the nuvi chalks a single drop is enough to kill ten people ten people within minutes if this was in the hailed even more units one and putting it we can tell you symptoms that follows in minutes if it gets in the skin symptoms and can take from minutes to. at first one might think that the script could only have survived because the dude's had to be very small but the reported symptoms don't match they simply missing a little of it is when witnesses found them they said cyril gaze cripple was rocking back and forth waving his hands it seemed more like the effects of narcotics if it was a small dose as they claim then first would come meiosis then the rest of the
symptoms convulsions uncontrolled urination but we didn't see that in photos or hear of it in reports there are many questions. if indeed this was a new recherche nerve agent at work the script bulbs were very fortunate british medics must have realized quickly what was at work here or else have a miracle cure for a no nerve agents there's no other explanation. ok let's just update you then on our breaking news this hour because british counter-terror police do say that two people who were rushed to hospital following a possible exposure to toxic substance were actually intoxicated with the nerve agent novacek who are in a critical condition still to kill ten kilometers from where the former russian double agents it is going to palin's daughter were poisoned four months ago and according to the british government was also used in that instance let's discuss
all of this with dan kadlec he's a human labor rights lawyer and joins us now and then you very welcome the british police were hearing earlier tonight is saying look we're not linking definitely these two cases but of course people are going to jump to conclusions aren't they. well that seems to be the point i mean it seems to be the british government's trying to go out with way to light the two cases so they can somehow russia but we have to remember of the couple most recently that we're talking about have no connection to russia the gentleman is a mechanic and his wife but i'm not sure what she does but she's a registered heroin addict more of the high glee. by that addiction than anything else so trying to link the two cases when there are some are will seem to be very difficult we do know though don't we dan that houston both cases. i guess that's what the british authorities are saying but i
think you know i have some skepticism about it i also find it very. curious that this is all happening during the world cup in russia when russia is getting a lot of the list city and britain seems hell bent on. russia. with regard to the first case going back to this could have pallet case we were told it was not. told in the early days that look it's only russia that produces this therefore it must be russia but subsequently it turned out that are the countries can produce it so you although the blame still seem to remain with russia i was just. when you look at both these cases together it seems that now russia is being blamed and in most people's eyes they are to blame for the first case it's inevitable that people are now going to be suspicious that russia was somehow behind this latest case. yeah although again what would be their intention it makes no sense and even in the first case it made no sense. at all who was
a former. russian spy got to the u.k. through a spy swap the russians are never killed anyone in a spy swap situation moreover they could kill her over the last eight years why would they wait eight years to do it makes no sense but now we talk about this couple who has no connection to russia what so. trying to link this to russia is just absurd there's a cobra meeting tomorrow with the british government what would you expect to come out of that do you think. i guess given what happened last time and given all the vitriol regarding watch. big. media circus trying to blame this on russia. and i think it's quite regrettable. in and how do you think the public will react to this story that's broken late today but no doubt tomorrow will
be in all the papers. i can tell you in the u.s. forty percent of people in the u.s. . of this russia gate scandal i imagine similarly you and i know all the u.k. have enough sense to see through this is a political. bytes recent go. is a question of waiting and seeing isn't what comes out of it at the moment the police are saying there's no direct link but of course given what was said in the first case with the screwed up our case in the bank blame being placed on russia many of the suspect don't they dan that perhaps blame will come russia's way again wait and see down coverlet thanks for your time tonight he's a human and labor rights lawyer thank you thank you. now local residents are concerned about this latest poison as you might guess is that they and their families have yet to receive any instructions from authorities are there to be
honest because straight to retract would say. it's possible that it was possible for a great. marriage so being kept in any information. to be nourished emerge from the house but yeah a little bit worried we don't know what's going on because. you know you are but children. there are other parents who live around here and it was to bring to. a case that's how the news is looking at so far today we're going to be back with the headlines of morning fight me. they gave us national camera. roughly once they showed some will pay you for them. uncool videos during the world cup and someone with the broccoli string app.
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my kids i don't want them up with john even a lot of the moment i thought of mother how do it on a case or is it a little bit i'm not i'm a little white community old enough to want the people i don't want to put out a lot more starting with i don't know the mother brother to. donald trump will soon visit europe has a very busy agenda and it's unclear what kind of reception people get topping news like tenor every will be trade relations nato and russia never before has an american president been expected with so much apprehension. ministries police forces and city administrations of many countries depend on one corporation and another by mike was hoping on the board doesn't come from the eyes of god i'm stunned this is not the guns going through the. woods as the thing that is up on
him to see it's just a small bribe them proprietary software you don't know the source code isn't that such a security risk when you have a black box operating in the public eye to microsoft's dependency puts governments under cyber threat and not only that i think all of this can put more. softness of the offensive zone selling distance the only one who will fall into. the war. with. the incident this is the assholes that. don't miss the old vision stopping there was a string of phone calls a fund is up and his cards on the fine. print.
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been an attack involving the nerve agent novacek on british soil however they say there is no connection between this latest incident and the screwballs poisoning last march. and it is independence day in the united states but just how proud are americans to be american a new survey suggests for many patriotism could be losing its sparkle. it's the soul separated now instead of being united i mean the other category i am extremely proud. plus the first knockout stage is over at the feet for world cup with the quarterfinals now set to kick off on friday. by broadcasting live direct from our studios in moscow this is our two international i'm sean thomas glad to have you with us let's first start with our breaking news story british counter-terror police say two people who were rushed to
the hospital following their possible exposure to a toxic substance were in fact intoxicated which at novacek. this evening received test results from polls that showed that the two people being exposed to get to know the truck however i must say that we are not in a position to say whether the nerve agent was from the side bench that the script was words close to. the possibility that these two investigations might be linked is clearly a lot of inquiry for it is important however the investigation is led by the evidence available so we don't make any assumptions or indulge in speculation. now across live. what do we know so far. well it's been confirmed by the metropolitan police that the substance that left a man and a woman critically ill in amesbury was not now the pat both in their mid forty's
charlie rally and dawn stages and that in critical condition at district hospital now the two were taken seriously ill on saturday just eight miles away from the site of the script where you. were poisoned back in march now at first it was thought that contaminated drugs was the cause and this is what they were treated for when they initially arrived into hospital but police say it's not known whether the nerve agent was from the same batch that was used against this compulsive they're saying that they don't want to formally accept this stage now russia denies all involvement with the script and of course all eyes are on russia at the moment because this in the middle of hosting a major football tournament the world cup but on this day the government has called for and then they can see cobra meeting where intelligence and security agencies will attend to discuss the latest on the case. all right ortiz said there were no as this story develops you'll stay across it for us there on the u.k. side of things thanks for being with us here on our to international now local
residents are concerned about this latest poisoning as they and their families have yet to receive any instructions from local authorities. i don't know to be honest now because strafe to retract would say that first of all it was possible and so three that it was possible to upgrade and have a third marriage so it's not a visit being kept in any information order place. it be nice to know something as it is but yeah a little bit worried now that we don't know what's going on because. so you know yeah but children come here and there are other parents who live around here in that it was being checked into scotland yard says there is no connection between this new poisoning case and the screen poisoning last march however the naming of a child became known around the world after the former russian spy was poisoned. looks deeper into the story behind the deadly substance there was no trial no discussion no evidence no proof there was only judgement and punishment is
highly likely that russia was responsible the juveniles russia culpable culpable culpable for the attempted murder the pundits needed even less the name nuvi chalk sounds russian means russia did it establish that it is not a chalk and that is by definition of the translation of the name which means new comma part of a program in a soviet union in the late seventy's and eighty's the points made there are a lot of questions to ask of this whole mess but over the last few weeks we've interviewed dozens of chemists experts and military specialists and hear their biggest gripes. the new nerve agents a new she crit they haven't been so in decades there's many well published formulas
of nerve agents of. snow problem i mean mary where you have sarin so my. v.x. there are abundant abundant and the structures are known and the toxicity profiles are known so so many people can make nerve agents and they know what structures to go go toward here they are exerts from the books and studies available to the public neither the formula you know the chemicals any more russian then itself for years now researchers have published studies and theses on the nuvi chocks which there are dozens and dozens of many developed in different countries there's just one good tool in twenty zero seven the u.s. or the published a paper on numerous chemical compounds we were interested because of the toxicity the author invited them under the system there are more than sixty compounds here and they've all been indexed that means someone somewhere synthesize them and
shared the information since then these formulas or some of them have appeared in various publications constantly you simply cannot see they are secret. there's more to it if you suspect a potential adverse arena has made a new discovery you have to do the same in order to study the new substance and make antidotes it's true to say that russia is not the only country being able to synthesize a few grams of know each other and the late ninety's all intelligence services in the west worked on of each other because there were these rumors about a new military chemical agent produced in russia so so i'm not surprised that in france in a new king in the united states you have this kind of information that could explain this speed in which the product was identified that's the purpose and that's the job.