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BBC News
Oct 25, 2017 12:30am BST
of rock ‘n‘ roll from great britain. everything was played. even the french music, classical music, they would play that on the radio. the communist regime arrived and said, ok, from now on we don't want white people's music. we want your very morning, from the morning we started at 5am. until we finish, we just want revolutionary music every day. it changed my life, it collapsed, because i was like... i don't want that! is that when you decided you had to get out? i decided to get out when they started putting pressure on artists to write music about the communist revolution, and the people in power. and i was like, i'm not doing that. my father always told me, do not use music for any political party because they come and they go. you want to be neutral. so here i am, 16 years old, i have to go and sing, and luckily for me, i was touring around in africa. so every time i was able to escape, not to be that, until one day i was faced with the fact that i would be in the country and i was singing in front of the head of state of west africa. and you feel dirty. you feel absolutely d
BBC News
Oct 24, 2017 11:00pm BST
spent time in an iraqi jail cell and was then questioned by police back in britain. the fighting here is intense and while foreign volunteers brought international publicity to the battle, the risks are enormous. many of these who joined were inexperienced in warfare, around a dozen westerners have been killed since fighting began. the foreign office again today warned people not to travel to syria and said those who do put themselves in considerable danger. the fight‘s still going on and they still need as much help as they can get. we first met jack holmes in 2015. he underwent a transformation in syria. he said he would stay until the caliphate was defeated and then go home. he came close to seeing it, but he died before the battle‘s end. quentin sommerville, bbc news. president xijinping, has consolidated his position at the top of chinese politics, becoming the nation's most powerful leaderfor a generation. his name and his political philosophy summarised as socialism with chinese characteristics, have now been added to the communist party's constitution, a rare honour o
LINKTV
Oct 24, 2017 3:00pm PDT
war and terror comes six years after the united states, france, and britain went into libya to destroy that country because that country wanted to create the basis for the unification of africa and africa currency. last year, president obama said that going into libya was the biggest mistake of his presidency. later in october of 2016, the british parliament had a report that said that going into libya was based on lies. the only government that did not respond was the french government. that mobilized those your called al qaeda to fight against qaddafi. the same french government that mobilized the so-called al qaeda mali, in niger, is mobilizing in the united nations to get the african union to get toe countries in africa support france, to get the united nations to send millions of dollars in the so-called fight. the challenge for us in the peace and justice movement is to oppose the united states and france in the so-called war on terror. with the people in africa need is money for reconstruction, health, housing, employment, and changing the natural environment so that the million
LINKTV
Oct 24, 2017 2:30pm PDT
people saying she's a bit of the stooges bessie try to clear the way for britain's re election i thought since i mean some headlines are a very. a clear in that regard and puts here you thought. paris hilton reference is it's very clear here in the independent rushes. paris hilton to challenge from ripping now if if we take a look at the some of the french speaking price they're not mincing words at all this is this wha in belgium. and. accounted chosen by the kremlin to confront written in next march's at presidential election i don't think it's as clear as old powers. at but there is some degree of suspicion but of course the real opposition candidate other lx in the valley is bark. bright as a reason that's right but which abating annals because he's popular boxes and the kremlin has said that we have made no public objections homes her candidacy sold. and. meanwhile live that's just smell somewhat of yes lippisch at lifting daily they're calling her. a sort of de a cheap kind of please re and a tv star who is the rifle i mean this is a very dismissive headline that's very dismissive
ALJAZ
Oct 25, 2017 12:00am +03
but recently it's become a new route for some refugees to reach britain they tried to climb on to trucks that are boarding at least ninety refugees mainly from sudan have arrived here in the past few months and then numbers are growing you know with a kid you know it's only like what if it takes one year or ten to get to the u.k. we won't give up our dream. we sam is a small fishing town it was etched into history on d.-day when allied forces landed to liberate france in one thousand nine hundred forty four today it's facing a different struggle the mayor says many residents feel unsafe some local people are a fig finking of not being in security and i'm also as the tricky question for us to deal with the migrants problem here in the city the refugees sleep outside often in fields or woods this is where about thirty refugees sleep each night you can see some of their possessions on the ground his sleeping bags and clothes and there really is nothing here it's just a clearing in the forest and while some of them tell us is that the police come in the morning and tell them to move o
BBC News
Oct 24, 2017 10:00pm BST
cell and was then questioned by police back in britain. the fighting here is intense and while foreign volunteers brought international publicity to the battle, the risks are enormous. many of these who joined were inexperienced in warfare, around a dozen westerners have been killed since fighting began. the foreign office again today warned people not to travel to syria and said those who do put themselves in considerable danger. the fight‘s still going on and they still need as much help as they can get. we first met jack holmes in 2015. he underwent a transformation in syria. he said he would stay until the caliphate was defeated and then go home. he came close to seeing it, but he died before the battle's end. quentin sommerville, bbc news. the labour party says it's investigating the conduct of the mpjared 0'mara, who's already had to apologise for homophobic and misogynist remarks he made more than a decade ago. he's now being accused of using offensive language to a constituent earlier this year. he denies the allegation. northern ireland's strict abortion laws are being chall
BBC News
Oct 24, 2017 9:30pm BST
majority of folks here in britain, particularly in the political classes. in higher education as well. but also in brussels, there is a question mark as to whether london can genuinely deliver on any of the scenarios they are beginning to map out. there were obviously so many countries that we re obviously so many countries that were against brexit, and members of the european union, but would they wa nt the european union, but would they want a reversal? i think they would. i think want a reversal? i think they would. ithink in want a reversal? i think they would. i think in our hearts they are very conscious that the idea of brexit politically doesn't play well with regards to the integration project of the european union as a whole, that it could be the first domino that it could be the first domino that falls. economically and financially, there is going to be very real negative impact to the union, notjust to the deconstruction stage by stage of the single market, but the whole idea of the trade bloc itself being slowly on picked from the outside, so i think if brexit were stoppe
BBC News
Oct 24, 2017 9:00pm BST
of the people who have come back to europe, certainly britain, came back some years ago. they have already been assessed if they are a threat, and potentially monitored and put under surveillance, some even tried and convicted. the fact is, at least half, in some cases, are staying out there. large numbers have been killed. we don‘t really have a precise angle, governments don‘t know exactly who is still out there, what they are doing and where they are. this report is really welcome because we need some scientific analysis of this. richard barrett is well—placed to do he ran counterterrorism at mi6, well—placed to do he ran counterterrorism at m16, and was head of the un‘s al-qaeda and taliban monitoring unit. a very scientific report looking at where people have come from, why they went. the worrying conclusion of this is that he says some of those who came back may still be suffering from a sense of isolation and re m ote ness from a sense of isolation and remoteness from society that propelled them there in the first place. that, he says, makes them vulnerable to recr
BBC News
Oct 24, 2017 8:00pm BST
european parliament: we must stay united or face brexit "defeat". britain, he says could still remain. it is in fact up to london how this will end, with a good deal, a no deal or no. “ oi’ i'io -- or no brexit. the labour party announces an investigation into its mp jared o'mara, following allegations he made sexist and and homophobic comments. as a top republican senator attacks donald trump saying he is a liar — the us president is faced with a paper throwing protester in capitol hill as he heads for a senate policy lunch. the hire—purchase firm brighthouse is to pay out nearly £15 million £15 million to customers, after the financial watchdog says it hadn't acted as a responsible lender. a british man who spent the past two years fighting against the islamic state group has been killed in northern syria. also in the next hour. more than two hours are wasted per day in nhs operating theatres, because of inefficiencies. a new study finds hundred of thousands more non—emergency operations could be carried out every year in england, if operating schedules were bette
BBC News
Oct 24, 2017 7:00pm BST
and it is probably true in great britain and oui’ probably true in great britain and our other allies, we have had troops there a long time. many americans, some members of congress seem to be shocked we have operations in these countries but foreign assistance has been the hallmark of our special forces since their inception. we have to put these things in context. we have to allow the military to get accurate a nswe i’s. we have to allow the military to get accurate answers. this was an ambush, which means it was unexpected. it was in a remote area, it was in cooperation with troops in remote villages in remote areas. we have to allow the very isolated nature of the incident time to sift through all of those facts. i am very grateful to the french and great britain for all of the things that have gone on in subzero africa in the fight against al-qaeda affiliate is, isis affiliate, boca pahrump, we have co—operated a lot and most of our citizens are not engaged on that on a day—to—day basis. congressman steve russell from oklahoma, thank you forjoining us. from oklahom
Bloomberg
Oct 24, 2017 2:00pm EDT
the kind of trade deal britain wants after leaving the european union. ministers meet today and british businesses want an urgent agreements that would let them trade as usual for two years after brexit, but may have signaled they want to be a swift transition deal. senior u.s. senators are demanding a reassessment of american policy towards myanmar in response to what they call a systematic military campaign to force rohingya muslims out of the country. senate foreign relations chairman bob corker says last year he expressed his concerns to myanmar's later. -- leader. shared my shock and dismay at her dismissiveness of these concerns and attitude that she has maintained even in the face of unfolding humanitarian crisis, and mounting international criticism. mark: maryland democrat ben cardin told committee that he believes that what is happening to rohingya's quote genocide. global news, 24 hours a day, powered by more than 2700 journalists and analysts in more than 120 countries. i am mark crumpton. this is bloomberg. julia: coming up, more tax talk from the white house. wilbu
BBC News
Oct 24, 2017 6:50pm BST
the world championships next year. great britain's four—time ironman world champion chrissie wellington was waiting on the finishing line, with expectations that lucy has the talent is to emulate her achievements. a fantastic moment for her. finally the flame—lighting ceremony for the winter olympics in pyeongchang next year have taken place at the games origins today. place at the games' origins today. the olympic flame left ancient olympia in greece to begin its long journey to the opening ceremony of the games in south korea in february. sadly, the weather gods weren't shining — as rain fell on actors in ancient greek costume. the flame which was lit during rehearsals had to be used instead. that's all from sportsday. it is now full time in st petersburg, wales women drawing nil— nil against russia in their world cup qualifier. we'll have more throughout the evening. now, more than 200 thrillseekers are expecting to become the latest guinness world record holders. they gathered on a bridge in brazil — for daring mass jump from for daring massjump from a bridge, hop
BBC News
Oct 24, 2017 6:30pm BST
luger, perhaps the best sprinter on the mend's side in great britain, he is not on the plane —— ujah. ujah has instead decided to prioritise the world indoor championships in birmingham next march. they obviously know the world, wealth games is on and we had the discussion, the opportunity is offered but we respect what the athlete wants to do and what the coaching team wants to do and they have to look at it in terms of the whole length of their career and actually pick, you know, where am i going, what do i see as my key opportunities in championships that will lead me to my best performances over my career? so we respect the decisions people make. once fought backin decisions people make. once fought back in the commonwealth games schedule this time is racewalking —— one sport. it missed out in glasgow in 2014 and one of the big medal hopes is the world record—holder tom bosworth. you may remember him in the summer in the world championships, he received three red cards on the maul and was distraught at having been disqualified. understandably, he is keen to make much better
BBC News
Oct 24, 2017 6:00pm BST
questioned by police back in britain. the fighting here is intense. while foreign volunteers have brought international coverage to the battle, the risks are enormous. many of those who join are inexperienced in warfare and around a dozen westerners have been killed since fighting began. they still need as much help as they can get. we first met jack holmes need as much help as they can get. we first metjack holmes in need as much help as they can get. we first met jack holmes in 2015. need as much help as they can get. we first metjack holmes in 2015. he underwent a transformation in syria. he said he would stay until the caliphate was defeated and then go home. he came close to seeing that but he died before the battle youth end. the foreign office again today warned people not to travel to syria. quentin sommerville, bbc news. a memorial service to remember people killed and injured in the grenfell tower fire is to be held at st paul's cathederal in london. the event is being organised by grenfell tower survivors, and families of the bereaved. it will be held exactly 6 months a
. speaker, i am ambitious and positive about britain's future and these negotiations. if we are going to take a step forward, together, it must be on the basis of joint effort and endeavor between the skpuk the eu. i believe by approaching these negotiations in a constructive way n a spirit of friendship and cooperation, we can and will deliver the best possible outcome that works for all our people. and that belief was shared by other european leaders. mr. speaker, we are going the leave the plooun in march 2019. -- the european union in march 2019, delivering on the democratic will of the british people. of course, we are preparing for every eventuality to ensure we leave in a smooth and orderly way but i am confident that we will be able to negotiate and new deep and special partnership between a sovereign uk and our friends in the european union. that is my mission. that is this government's mission. and i commend this statement to the house. >> corbin. >> thank you, mr. speaker. i would like to thank the prime minister for advanced copy of this statement. and i also underline the
BBC News
Oct 24, 2017 5:00pm BST
campaigner gina miller is named britain's most influential black person — i'll be talking to her live later in the hour. it's five o'clock, our main story... the european council president donald tusk has urged members of the european parliament to stick together, or, as he put it, face defeat. brexit, he said is the eu's toughest stress test, and the eu must not be divided at any costs. mr tusk also said the outcome of the brexit talks is "up to london" and that abandoning the decision to leave the eu is still an option for the uk. 0ur europe correspondent damian grammaticas reports. with just a year until a brexit deal has to be done, the eu side is deeply uncertain about how this process will end, with an organised deal or a chaotic split. huge challenges ahead, said donald tusk. ahead of us is still the toughest stress test. if we fail it, the negotiations will end in our defeat. donald tusk is no fan of brexit. he even hopes it may not happen. but he says success or failure in the talks depends on how the uk handles them. it is in fact up to london how this will end, with a good
DW
Oct 24, 2017 5:45pm CEST
disappear again three d. illustrator jack sacks makes colorful figures wander through the tate britain museum. past the english animated taken to many psychedelic mushrooms and where else do all the cabbage heads come from there's just no end. in. the oriented reality trip through the old london museum is full of surprises. british powered person would have been thrilled with all that was a likes. coming up next week. you normally find birds tweeting in the branches but now a belgian researcher is getting the trees themselves on twitter the plants are fitted with sensors to get more information about the effects of climate change. tweeting for science next week on shift. i pick up. the bundesliga lights. neighbor cars and turn things around coming from what they'll downtown rashness that. sense tower defense blah blah blah the goldwing de france for. thirty. dollars. expecting visitors. isn't silly this is not every day you boys in the house night is the news. kim envy god's house of music stores up close personal and unplugged. night groups starting november third down d.w. . tells us
ALJAZ
Oct 24, 2017 6:00pm +03
refugees to reach britain they try to climb onto trucks that are boarding at least ninety refugees mainly from sudan have arrived here in the past few months and then numbers are growing you know with a kid you know it's only like what if it takes one year or ten to get to the u.k. we won't give up our dream. we sam is a small fishing town it was etched into history on d.-day when allied forces landed to liberate france in one thousand nine hundred forty four today it's facing a different struggle the mayor says many residents feel unsafe some local people are a fig thinking of not being in security and i'm also that's the tricky question for us to deal with the migrants problem here in the city the refugees sleep outside often in fields or woods this is where about thirty refugees sleep each night you can see some of their possessions on the ground his sleeping bags and clothes and there really is nothing here it's just a clearing in the forest and while some of them tell us is that the police come in the morning and tell them to move on good of all the police do is chase them fro
Bloomberg
Oct 24, 2017 11:00am EDT
britain wants after leaving the e.u. british businesses want an urgent agreement that would let them trade as usual for two years after brexit, but may has signaled there were not be a swift transition deal. catalonia's largest bank ones a prolonged political conflict would hurt the economy. to the urging resolution fight over independents or else the pain will start to show. they have led a nexis of catalonian firms who have set up their regions -- their offices outside of the region. opec is not just negotiating an extension of the oil curbs through next year that also working on it exit strategy. the goal, to a sure investors they will not flood the market. the senate is expected to approve a $37 billion disaster aid bill to send to the president for his signature. the money will pay for damages in texas,hurricanes florida, and puerto rico, and wildfires in the west. global news 24 hours a day, powered by more than 2700 journalists and analysts in more than 120 countries. i am courtney donohoe. this is bloomberg. julie: coming up next, chairman of the house information technology subcom
CBS
Oct 24, 2017 7:00am PDT
new york, you have to buy from retailers in this state. >>> britain's independent says stephen hawkings ph.d. thesis crashed the cambridge website. they posted the dissertation online yesterday. the world famous scientist wrote it in 1966 when he was 24 years old. so many people wanted to read it, it actually crashed the website. >>> "60 minutes" has won 138 emmy awards and 20 peabody awards in its five decades on television. it has shattered enough ratings records to be called history's most successful program. here's a look at some of its half a century highlights. >> good evening, this is "60 minutes." >> where did it come from? >> kind of a magazine for television. >> congressman. >> what? >> no, i don't want to do "60 minutes." >> i'd like you to get out of here. >> stop the interview for a minute. >> answer some questions. >> oh, great . >> i want to ask you about the tweeting -- >> you're not very popular in the country right now, to be frank. >> you're right. >> i don't care what they say. >> i shouldn't say that on tv. >> mr. president -- >> look. >> they're not happy
BBC News
Oct 24, 2017 2:00pm BST
must stay united or face brexit defeat." britain, he says, could still abandon it. the hundreds of thousands of nhs operations not carried out because of poor use of theatre time. as harvey weinstein‘s former assistant claims she was paid for her silence, hollywood stars say they want answers. i want to know who was taking these actresses up to his room, and i would like to know, if people say they have a story but they didn't run it, i would like to know why they didn't tell the story in the last ten years. brighthouse faces a compensation bill for almost £15 million. the city watchdog says its lending policy failed hundreds of thousands of customers. coming up on afternoon live, all the sport. snooker under the spotlight. yes, stuart bingham has gone from world snooker championship 2015 to today being banned for six months for betting breaches. it is estimated he spent £35,000 in the past seven yea rs spent £35,000 in the past seven years betting on matches. more on that later. and the weather with chris. cloudy and mild here, but i will be casting my mind to the alps with t
CSPAN
Oct 24, 2017 8:59am EDT
italians until 1951, when the king took power. during this also great britain and of course france for obvious reasons. he decided to give to libya federal constitution. some times i use italian words. i'm sorry. and of course the federal state during the time was not perfect at all. part of the country wanted the federal state but another part of the country was absolutely against it. and so all of these frictions of course did not have the king who in the end in 1963 decided for the abolition of the federal state and decided to unify the country without the regions, without anything, just all of the power but also the power -- and in fact a few years after gadhafi came out and made what they called the revolution. bolivia was not in a good shape. the period many problems cam e t out. the country was incredibly divided. we were talking about almost 40 years. to get the country united, you didn't know very differently by the italians, frankly. using the ancient romans always used in the empire, divide [ inaudible ] when it was not enough it used the italianitalians. so in the end the c
BBC News
Oct 24, 2017 1:30pm BST
the team, but britain's fastest man this year cj ujah will not be competing. that's all the sport for now. you can find more on all those stories on the bbc sport website. i'll have more for you in the next hour. let's get more now on the allegation from a british former assistant of harvey weinstein that she was paid 125 thousand pounds in a gag agreement, after accusing the movie mogul of sexual harassment. zelda perkins has told the financial times she signed a non—disclosure deal in 1998 after making the claims. weinstein has denied any allegations of non—consensual sex "unequivocally". matthew garrahan is the financial times journalist who spoke to ms perkins and explained why she decided to speak out now. she felt very hemmed in why the agreement she struck with weinstein and miramax 19 years ago. it was very restricted. she wasn't able to talk to anybody about it. she had to basically commit to being completely silent and 19 years on she is breaking her silence and talking about some of the restrictions and the pressure she was put under when she signed the agreement. s
BBC News
Oct 24, 2017 1:00pm BST
, all, like him, international volunteers. jac holmes is one of a number of people from britain who have gone to fight with the kurds. many have been arrested on their return. 98% of many have been arrested on their return. 9896 of people are extremely happy that we are here. news of his death was delayed by the ypg in syria to kurdish representatives in the uk yesterday. —— relayed. the bbc understands that he was killed in an operation to clear mines in the aftermath of the operation in raqqa. his mother described him as an exceptional young man who loved being a soldier. the firm brighthouse, which provides household goods to people on hire—purchase agreements, has been reprimanded by the financial conduct authority. the company will now pay out nearly £15 million in compensation to customers because of mistakes with contracts and refunds. our business correspondent emma simpson is in lewisham in south east london. this is a company with 280 stores across the country, basically you can rent to buy, hire purchase, anything from watches and tvs to washing machines and microw
ABC
Oct 24, 2017 7:00am EDT
downed wires all over. this newest one is in new britain township. >> thank you, karen. let's see what the rest of the ng. holds on go over to d >> gray and damp with light rain falling on the terrace. storm tracker6 live double scan shows us a thin line of precipitation shooting pretty much straight north. cells moving through areas around the lehigh valley and northern bucks and montgomery county. as we take a look at temperatures at least we're mild this morning, 71 degrees in philadelphia for example, your exclusive accuweather 7-day shows a mild afternoon high of 75. but at times we'll be under the threat of a drenching downpour here and there and maybe some severe thunderstorms. if you hear thunder it's indoors on the lower floors, take cover from anything that pops up today, tam. things should dry out later this evening. >> always good advice. thank you david. >>> the penn wood middle school closed because of a homicide investigation near the school. we'll bring you the latest developments at noon. >>> former philadelphia district attorney seth williams expected to learn hi
ALJAZ
Oct 24, 2017 1:00pm +03
the new jumping off point for refugees desperate to reach britain migrants have moved to the area of we still have to sit tight security in the city of cali where the so-called jungle refugee camp was destroyed a year ago as the tasha butler reports some people there aren't impressed with their new neighbors what others are welcoming them. an early morning ferry prepares to sail from the northern french port of to england it's a popular link across the channel but recently it's become a new route for some refugees to reach britain they try to climb on to trucks that are boarding at least ninety refugees mainly from sudan have arrived here in the past few months and then numbers are growing you know what could you know it's only like what if it takes one year or ten to get to the u.k. we won't give up our dream. we sam is a small fishing town it was etched into history on d.-day when allied forces landed to liberate france in one thousand nine hundred forty four today it's facing a different struggle the mayor says many residents feel unsafe some local people are a fig thinking of not
BBC News
Oct 24, 2017 11:00am BST
agreement with britain after brexit, possibly in three years. how significant is that? there is a bit of confusion because it came from interview done by the eu's chief negotiator michel barnier to a group of newspapers on the continent. 0ne of newspapers on the continent. 0ne of the reporters asked, is it possible that the negotiations over an eu— eu trade deal —— and eu— uk trade deal will take longer than the two years everyone has pencilled in. he said yes, it could be three yea rs. he said yes, it could be three years. but i understand from his teens he was not making a definitive statement. —— from his team. what his view is is that anything is possible, it will depend on how the negotiations of phase one on divorce issues go, and negotiations of the trade deal go, how member states and national parliaments will be involved in the final trade deal, how that goes, but it has got people saying, hang on, is michel barnier‘s timetable for these years longer than the uk government's timetable? their dream scenario is that you get the divorce bill of brexit agreed and the f
FOX News
Oct 24, 2017 3:00am PDT
of britain and many ways the birth of modern america. brian: jackson's forceful leadership would help record one of the most decisive and stunning upset victories in military history. but andrew jackson left his estate before the war of 1812. he was known locally when he was done knowing the battle of new orleans he became a national star. maybe the most famous person in america. more importantly, his wins sent a message to the rest of the world that we would fight for freedom. as for jackson he would ride that fame two terms in the white house go down as one of the most consequential and influential americans in our history. steve: and his wall is still there. brian: they always told us in school they didn't have to fight that war. they sound the treaty. there is proof british planned on taking new orleans and stopping us from growing further. ainsley: i can't remember can you go and see the berm still that wall is still there. brian: still there and can you walk on it. ainsley: thank you the con vent is beautiful. the ladies prayed and it worked. brian: it worked. steve: coming
FOX Business
Oct 24, 2017 5:00am EDT
a brett bair. the president understands that the admin is doing. if anything, britain is lighting the fire to send with the president. whether it works or something else entirely. we've got the guy in new york, the lady in arizona. it's the quality of these challengers that matter and to some degree is done up in intent. if the voters reject these people at primaries, suddenly if they win the primary solicitor general's the establishment can say look, trump only works for the president would have to abandon it. it does much more harm than good to the president's agenda. lauren: can you make the argument that steve bannon has skipped the president on tracking instance for alabama men with worry more who won the president was going for luther strange and on the sudden after the roy moore victory you see trump repealing parts of obamacare for instance, take a hard stance on immigration. do you think that has anything to do with it? >> i'm not sure that it does. what really happens at this scale is getting bad advice to support luther strange and realizing there's a lot of people out
Bloomberg
Oct 24, 2017 4:00am EDT
pressure mounts to agree on the kind of trade pact britain wants from the european union. businesses have called for an urgent agreement that would allow them to trade as usual for two years. the prime ministers signals the transition would only be sealed as part of a wider deal. such an agreement will be finalized until shortly before brexit day. donald trump has said he is "very very close to announcing his choice of fed chairman." he is considering jerome powell, while also praising janet yellen. aidesesident's closest are steering him to either taylor or powell. james comey has outed himself on twitter as the person behind the account. he's kept a low profile since being fired in may, when he was leading the investigation into russian meddling. now there is a next resource to monitor for damaging comments. global news 24 hours a day, powered by 2700 journalists and analysts in more than 120 countries around the world. this is bloomberg. mark: thanks a lot. excessive speed in nonperforming loans good derail the recovery of italy's financial system, and that is according to the country'
BBC News
Oct 24, 2017 9:00am BST
the european commission, jean claude juncker, has said that he believes the eu and britain will reach a fair deal on brexit. he's been speaking in the last few minutes in strasbourg. what should i say about brexit? i would like to say that the commission is not negotiating in an hostile mood. we want a deal. those who don't want a deal, the no dealer, they have no friends in the commission, we want a fair deal. and we will have a fair deal with britain. the no deal is not our working assumption. thank you. applause a british former assistant of harvey weinstein says she was paid £125,000 to keep quiet after accusing the movie mogul of sexual harassment. zelda perkins told the financial times she signed a non—disclosure agreement in 1998 after making the accusations. she said weinstein asked her to give him massages and tried to pull her into bed. weinstein has denied any allegations of non—consensual sex "unequivocally". two women charged with killing kim jong—nam, the half—brother of north korea's leader, are revisiting the crime scene in malaysia. indonesian siti aisy
Bloomberg
Oct 24, 2017 2:30am EDT
managed to put his stamp -- [no audio] kind of trade pact britain wants for the european union. this is a call for an urgent agreement that would allow to trade as usual for two years after leaving the bloc, but the prime minister has fallen in line with eu by signaling the transition would only be sealed with a wider deal. u.s. president donald trump has said he is very close to announcing his choice for fed chairman. he has said he is considering john taylor and jerome powell while praising current chair, janet yellen. a desksident's closest closest aides are steering him toward taylor powell. global news, 24 hours a day, powered by 2700 journalists and analysts in more than 120 countries. this is bloomberg. indeed.nks very much let's turn our attention to what is happening in the markets. mark cudmore with me here on set. james athey. mark, what are the prospects -- let's talk about china. the 19th party congress is wrapping up. has been elevated to the same level as mao. where waiting to get a sense of who is going to be replacing -- we are waiting to get a sense of who is going
positive about britain's future and these negotiations. if we're going to take a step forward together it must be on the basis joint effort and endeavor between the and you can the eu. but i believe that by approaching these negotiations in a constructive way, in a spirit of friendship and cooperation, we can and will deliver the best possible outcome that work for all our people and that belief was shared by other european leaders. mr. speaker we're going leave the european union in march 2019. delivering on the democratic will of the british people. >> hear, hear. >> of course, we are preparing for every even allity to make sure we leave in n a smith and orderly way but i'm confident we can negotiate a new, deep and special partnership win the sovereign united kingdom and the friend the european union. that's my mission and the government's statement and i commend this statement to the house. >> jeremy corbyn. >> thank you, mr. speaker i'm like to think the prime minister for advanced copy of this statement and i also underline the importance of respect for human rights and democracy in
DW
Oct 24, 2017 7:45am CEST
again three d. illustrator jack sacks makes colorful figures wander through the tate britain museum. past the english animated taken to many psychedelic mushrooms and where else do all the cabbage heads come from there's just no end to. the old man did a reality trip through the old london museum is full of surprises. british powered percy surely would have been thrilled with all of those a likes. coming up next week. you know many fine birds tweeting in the branches but now a belgian researcher is getting the trees themselves on twitter the plants are fitted with sensors to get more information about the effects of climate change tweeting for science next week on shared. can't find you. can answer germans meant two hundred forty million euros in europe in search of a partner. and thirty percent of them now find their partner on line in. the business of love our special focus on made in germany starting october twenty fourth on d w. learn german with d w. any time any place. whether with joe joe and her friends. exactly. like mr spitzer's inspection goes on or with friends all over
ALJAZ
Oct 24, 2017 8:32am +03
significantly boost britain's economy . well that warning from the o.e.c.d. comes as many businesses across the u.k. and europe are struggling to prepare for brakes it that's because they simply don't know what it's going to look like huge uncertainties remain how will it impact the border between northern ireland which is part of the u.k. and republic of ireland which is in the e.u. for example and the clock is ticking the worry is that the u.k. will crash out of the european union without a deal and e.u. summit in brussels was held this week to review the progress so far german chancellor angela merkel tried to send a positive signal about the future of a possible agreement. but it wasn't that but it was a busy view both sides must work hard we must be transparent over our conclusions especially over the partnerships a person might want but not yet fully clear on that but it will happen it will happen within the required time frame and we all know when the negotiations will end i want an agreement and not some unpredictable solution we're working very intensively on that let's spea
Bloomberg
Oct 24, 2017 1:00am EDT
. place down the chances of a swift transition deal with the eu. they meet today to discuss what britain wants from a future trade pact. ♪ >> a warm welcome. this is "bloomberg daybreak: europe." i am anna edwards. novartis.will talk to some news breaking. in.rtis numbers coming core earnings per share for the beat, quarter is a $1.29. 3.3 $8 billion third-quarter operating profit. this would be the first quarterly profit increase in three years. helping them. the core earnings per share is a nice beat, third-quarter profit $3.3 billion. novartis sees significant in the 2017 outlook is reconfirmed. anna: some hoping there might be a decision on that. basf, how about strong is the chemicals story for this company? third-quarter revenue ahead of vestments. adjusted eve also in line. of the portfolio is in that area. are they going to fix the guidance? germany on at of $1.5 billion share buyback program plan to start in the fourth quarter. -- i won'tumber at give you that. that looks to be inconsistent. is 491 income number million euros. numberction on the sales , 3.5 billion euros. both
DW
Oct 24, 2017 6:02am CEST
negotiations there's a little progress and plenty of hearsay in the separation of britain from the european union known of course as bracks tonight who's willing to tell the truth about rex i'm burnt off in berlin this is the day. well here we are again after another round of talks i am ambitious and positive about britain's future and these negotiations and we're still no clearer as to when negotiations on britain's future with our largest trading partner will actually begin but i'm confident that we will be able to negotiate a new deep and special partnership i'm now beginning to have a feel a very worrying sense of groundhog day here. mr speaker we are going to leave the european union in march two thousand and nine to. mr speaker in watts on the most crucial negotiations of our country's recent history we clearly stuck in an impasse delivering on the democratic will of the british people. does the prime minister believe and i come that he's not getting might be setting the bar a bit too love. also coming up tonight to the us president's call to console a fallen soldiers wife an
BBC News
Oct 24, 2017 5:00am BST
controversies in the past with great britain, but as good friends, we have always found a good and lasting solution. concorde bows out in style after almost three decades in service. an aircraft that has enthralled its many admirers for so long, taxis home one last time. this is bbc news. the latest headlines: after the deaths of four us soldiers in niger earlier this month — america's top general, promises a full investigation, into how they died. earlier my colleague laura trevelyan spoke to the former us secretary of defence and one—time white house chief of staff, leon panetta. she asked him about the controversy surrounding what president trump said, or didn't say, to myeshia johnson whose husband was killed in action. it makes no sense to get into this tit—for—tat and all it does is it lowers the office of the presidency, when you engage in this kind of attack on a widow. i mean, she's 2a years old, she's just lost her husband and her life and, because of that, itjust would be better for the country, and for the presidency, if he could just simply move on and deal with the is
DW
Oct 24, 2017 6:00am CEST
progress and plenty of hearsay in the separation of britain from the european union known of course as breck's tonight who's willing to tell the truth about rex i'm burnt off in berlin this is the day. he will here we are again after another round of talks i am ambitious and positive about britain's future and these negotiations and we're still no clearer as to when negotiations on britain's future with our largest trading partner will actually.
BBC News
Oct 24, 2017 3:30am BST
, bad for the economy and an incredible drag on social mobility in britain. it is estimated there are now around 70,000 internships each year, 82% require a degree. creative, finance and charity sectors have a high concentration in london. so does the law need to change? he says not. matthew taylor lead a review of work for the government and argues it is about enforcement. if you have employers who are closing their eyes to the law, unpaid interns who are closing their eyes to the law, there is nobody then to alert the authorities and for them to intervene, so what we need here is employers to stop doing something that is not legal and we need individuals who are interns to claim their rights. university students study hard for their dream jobs. when they finally start work, they should be paid. ministers say they will come down hard on any abuse of the law. branwen jeffreys, bbc news. now on bbc news — the travel show. coming up on this week's programme — i head to the scottish 0rkney islands to help uncover their neolithic past. it's about 5,000 years old, the like of which
DW
Oct 24, 2017 4:02am CEST
her attacker who's now in custody claims he has a telepathic connection with her. britain's prime minister to resign may has given an upbeat assessment of the on going back like negotiations with the european union last week's round of talks ended without a breakthrough but mrs may said she had a degree of confidence of making enough progress by december to start trade talks this is. christiane i rinaldo has been crowned the world's best player for the second successive year it features annual awards ceremony in london the portuguese forward helps around the trip to a spanish league and champions league double last season rails and was named coach of the year. at the. test looks set to gain a foothold in the world's biggest electric vehicle market call make it reportedly reaches a deal to build its first production facility in china. coming up bike sharing is gaining traction in big cities but in australia it's already hit a bump in the road we take a look at what happens when things don't go quite so smoothly in the sharing economy. and in agricultural cultural exchanges the afri
BBC News
Oct 24, 2017 3:00am BST
had controversies in the past with great britain, but as good friends, we have always found a good and lasting solution. concorde bows out in style after almost three decades in service. an aircraft that has enthralled its many admirers for so long, taxis home one last time. this is bbc news. the latest headlines: donald trump has denied being insensitive to the widow of an american serviceman. she claimed the president struggled to remember her husband's name during a condolence call. the un says the global community must pledge more money to help hundreds of thousands of rohingya refugees who've fled myanmar. more now on our top story. a short time ago, my colleague, laura trevelyan, spoke to the former us secretary of defence and one—time white house chief of staff, leon panetta. she asked him about the controversy surrounding what president trump said — or didn't say — to myeshia johnson, whose husband was killed in action. it makes no sense to get into this tit—for—tat and all it does is it lowers the office of presidency, when you engage in this kind of attack on a wido
BBC News
Oct 24, 2017 2:30am BST
ministerial update on brexit. i am ambitious and positive about britain's future and these negotiations. but the labour leader isn't impressed. i'm now beginning to feel a very worrying sense of groundhog day here. warnings for britons who're returning home after fighting with is terrorists in iraq and syria. we have to make sure that if they ever do return from iraq and syria, they do not pose a future threat to our national security. and a former labour leader is fearful of what will happen if interest—rates rise. will the ministerjoin others in strongly urging the bank of england not to increase interest rates, which would devastate families, businesses and the economy? but first — theresa may has told mps "important progress" on brexit was made at the recent eu summit meeting. but the labour leaderjeremy corbyn said it sounded like groundhog day. the prime minister must have been hopeful of at least a speeding—up in the brexit talks process, when she sat down with negotiators and the european council president donald tusk in brussels last week. in the end, mr tusk said althoug
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