u.s. special counsel robert mueller concludes his two year probe into alleged russia collusion and recommends no new indictment. the british prime minister told a divided column and that's a good vote on a beleaguered breaks a deal could now be on the cards despite the e.u. extra time to get it passed. and france is bracing for another weekend of the rest protests with shop owners taking measures to protect their businesses the abundance and. it's eleven o'clock here in moscow and you're watching international live from our
studio with mean a day or two to welcome to the program u.s. special counsel robert mueller has submitted his long awaited report on alleged russian involvement in the twenty sixteen u.s. presidential election a confidential document was handed to the justice department which says miller has not recommended any new indictments from new york with the latest his conduct more print. report has been submitted the final report from bob muller the special counsel appointed years ago to look into allegations that donald trump had colluded with russia during the two thousand and sixteen elections and at this point no further indictments are being called for we're hearing from the white house which has spoken up and said the next steps are up to attorney general barr and we look forward to the process taking its course white house has not seen the report does not know what it contains it was simply submitted to the department of justice has long maintained there was nothing for special counsel robert mueller to find he's stood firm in saying that there was nothing to the allegations made against him let
it come out let people see it that's up to the attorney general we have a very good attorney general he's a very highly respected and we'll see what happens but there's no collusion there was no collusion there was no obstruction there was no nothing it appears that this bob moeller report is a bit of a failure it hasn't turned up any big indictments related to russia collusion it's been two years long but we've already heard democratic party leaders talking about other options they have for keeping the scandal these scandalous allegations related to trump and russia alive now adam schiff a democrat in congress recently floated this idea for keeping the story going i said he agreed that the counterintelligence investigation may be more important than the criminal investigation because it goes to present threat to our national security whether the president and anybody around him a compromised by foreign power there's been many occasions in which the u.s.
public was told that some kind of bombshell or groundbreaking revelation was about to be revealed but it seems that two years the report has finally concluded and people are waiting to see what is made public from that report after the u.s. attorney general makes that decision often before a u.s. presidential hopeful for the libertarian party the entire am an investigation has been a waste of time. what we've seen so far has been basically a joke this whole thing was supposed to find a russia russian called lucian and so far all the indictments all the guilty pleas that there have been guilty pleas and all the people found guilty in court have been found guilty of things better other than russian collusion this was supposed to be a big whole thing that was going to under under uncover some connection between trump and russia and it turns out to be just a bunch of petty usual nonsense just normal politics this is not russia inclusion this is
a waste of time effort and energy so i expected or democrats will drag this out as much as they possibly can not because they think there's anything to be found but because they know that this trial this kind of circ is is helping to energize the democratic base helping them to say look trump is really bad for these reasons. a petition calling for breaks it to be canceled has raised nearly four million signatures since wednesday setting a record for the parliament website it comes amid increasing and certainty of the future of the u.k.'s divorce from the e.u. on thursday british prime minister trade the may was in brussels to negotiate an extension to the withdrawal deadline the it is agreed to a two week delay until may the twenty second all in the process twice rejected the deal if not he'll have only until april the twelve to propose a new plan however the prime minister has said a fresh vote may not take place next week is expected spring break is it into even further disarray following all the twists and turns of the saga is all if i can.
remember that simpsons episode where bart keeps touching the electrified cupcake. it all looks a bit like to resume a's attempts to get her brags it deals through parliament the woman tasked with leading the country at it's great. first hour since world war two it hasn't got many people doing up to defend it's just going oh no no no no no she is the roadblock to this house reaching majority when will she develop a backbone and stand down to do was take this mission to disaster week reach. britain's departure from the e.u. is likely to be delayed and the wheels off or laying off the brags that bus but if you think about it to reason may wasn't the one that called the referendum in the first place
a certain previous prime minister did and she has hammered out that deal with the e.u. like she was supposed to but the politicians in parliament won't sign off on it because some of them are hard bragg's it is that want to stick it to brussels and many of them remain is that want to stick with brussels and pleasing the politicians in a predominantly remain a parliament while carrying out the will of the people is turning into an impossible task some say she's trapped like the time she couldn't get out of this car carrying the poisoned brags that chalice. even donald trump has had a dig i'm surprised to help their believe it's all gone voices of support are rare i don't always agree with her but i know her to be a woman of coverage i also feel sorry for her because we have actually given her an impossible task for critics though there's no excusing mase bungled bragg's it with
public anger over brags that running high laughing at the prime minister has become a national pastime. come with me and together they seize the day. and evening. what's. the plan. it's. the very thing that i. got a number. and who can forget the best one liner she's ever delivered bricks it means bricks it years from now to reason may is likely to be seen as the braggs it prime minister her legacy depends on it has message to the people of britain is that she is trying her hardest to
deliver britain's departure from the e.u. this i am absolutely sure you are the public have had enough your charge of the infighting your charge of the political games and the arcane procedural rounds tired of m.p.'s talking about nothing else but bricks it when you have real concerns about our children schools our national health service knife crime. you want this stage of the bricks it process to be over and done with i agree on your side she might be forgiven for wondering if there is anyone left on her. political commentator andrei walker says teresa mayes opposed to bragg's it is a failure. she is trying her best to deliver on the referendum result but she's dead wrong in the way of doing it the withdrawal agreements and the the backstop means that unless the irish agree with trade agreements we end up being ruled by
brussels in perpetuity that can't make any sense for a sensible democratic western nation so it's a reason they may well be doing have past and she's she's fighting apollo but that desperately wants to remain in the european union what nobody is thinking about is what the ordinary voters want of people want to leave the european union that's what the majority want so we consulted polman we consulted the government we consulted the european union and they've all got their views well actually i think about what the public wants i mean really what the public wants is not to extend article fifty and it's not to have any sort withdrawal agreement it's a lever become a fully independent nation at the eleven o'clock twelve o'clock yuletide next friday. and soldiers will be allowed to open fire during an investor testify lives put in danger by ryan says that's according to an army general speaking of a nineteenth consecutive weekend of nationwide demonstrations on saturday last
weekend the capital paris chaotic scene. thousands of soldiers will be deployed to side french government buildings ati's and medina caution of reports from paris. another week and other protests but this time opening fire at crowds is apparently an option seen you do see a lot of the soldiers are strictly set out extremely precise they have different modes of action to face or threat so you could go as far as opening fire if they're also one else's life is a threat this saturday over five thousand armed soldiers will be in the streets
parisians are divided over the prospect with some calling it catastrophic i think this is an extreme measure obviously this will not solve everything but at least it will help to avoid further destruction and i don't know i don't think anything good will come of the government's decision to use their army but if you ask for what they did last saturday they burned down restaurants and so on i think this is a necessary measure so. it's not the army's mission that shows the failure of the government and the failure of our petition is. that i think if the army opens fire it will prove that crisis management was not sufficient so i think that bringing the army as a way of responding to the crisis but it's not a solution to the problem the politicians from across the political spectrum have reacted with anger to this latest measure it's a serious mistake imagine them standing in front of the national assembly or elysee
palace in a horse descend on them what happens to them will they be fired on will people be killed in thirty seventeen emanuel mccrone promised to appease friends in twenty nineteen he suggests that the military could shoot at demonstrators mechanism is fracturing france and sending it into their. state for she wants you michael this time you have gone too far mr macro you have to know how not to push the entire country into a settling of schools it's time to return to more proportional methods the whole world would be horrified to learn that here in france we're using the same methods that we condemn when they are used in other countries. and. putting soldiers on the streets in order to prevent another wave of violence the french president has decided to close several i cannae klug marks including this famous avenue. on saturday anyone protesting here will face a fine to up to one hundred thirty five euros it will hold these announcements not
the result of powerlessness but rather a public order response to this precise reality holder who look and. it seems to be going up security on the streets is the only solution to this crisis that i am a crown can see and he is now turning his attention to other challenges today brics it for me is not a technical negotiation it's a political lesson before anything else we have to acknowledge that china has been playing on our divisions and i believe that when anyone brings their domestic problems or divisions to the european council it is waste of time and i don't have time to waste. the nineteenth weekend of protests just now here at the french capital as braised for
a fresh outpouring of anger and the protesters have adopted the slogan the war has been declared. a canadian opposition lawmaker has lashed out at the prime minister calling him a fake feminist in a fiery parliamentary session michel that implicates justin trudeau of silencing powerful women in an ongoing corruption scandal. the use of the term them and they are asked one more time if this prime minister started to demonstrate why she was lying the former attorney. the former attorney general who the lawmaker just mentioned is one of four top officials to resigned in a bribery case that's shaken the canadian government jody wilson raybold says she was pressured by trudeau to drop an investigation into canadian engineering giant s. and c. level of the company is also one of the world's largest construction firms in twenty fifteen s. and c. level and was charged with bribery and fraud in libya it allegedly paid ninety
eight million dollars to gadhafi era officials to secure new creative contracts including the world's biggest irrigation project. in the wake of the scandal trudeau's approval ratings have slumped from forty one percent in january down to thirty three percent this month and widespread calls for his resignation the canadian prime minister has denied any wrongdoing insisting he was safeguarding the interests of his i and my staff always acted appropriately and professionally we of course had discussions about the potential loss of nine thousand jobs in communities across the country we spoke to canadian journalist lauren southern who says just in today's feminism times have been used to school political points. this is not about holding true to one's values it is not about actually having a code of ethics it is about winning elections you know government has made it such
a priority they have used accusations of sexism they have used the term feminist to prop up their party so much that other conservatives are almost forced to bring this up in the conversation because they have made it such an important political debate so if your party is going to be about equality half women half men in the parliament that is going to be the hill that your party guys on that you better stand on it and if you're going to use that as a weapon well then be prepared for that to be used as a weapon against you trudeau when you don't live up to your own values this will certainly make it a closer election than i initially thought and i think the conservatives could have a chance at taking things if trudeau continues down this road of scandal after scandal. and while his foreign minister has called on donald trump and the u.s. vice president to step down for the future of all humanity he was responding to mike pence insistence that nicolas maduro must go u.s.
national security adviser john bolton i just said there are thousands of americans in venice when i write now and that is washington's duty to protect them has a closer look at the trumpet administration's stance towards caracas. we have many options for venezuela including a possible military option if necessary. we are desperately trying to get humanitarian assistance. we can help a bit as well and people achieve the democracy that they're demanding we're prepared to do. that as well as active cells the iranians are impacting the people of venezuela and throughout south america. venezuela there between forty and fifty thousand american citizens and the government of the united states has no higher duty internationally than to protect
its citizens from. coming up in just a minute donald trump takes the pressure off north korea by revoking the latest u.s. sanctions on the state. need regulations in well long with the invisible hand because when you every respond they gather they will try to fix prices so the u.s. . will end up with market fundamentals really believe. price and price manipulation even more so the profits because profits are the result of the accounting and the accounting is the result of the four big accounting firms that you can pay to have any result you want. to. put themselves on the line to get accepted or rejected.
so when you want to be president. want to be rich. to be crooks that's what i'm up for three in the morning can't be good. i'm interested in the waters of my. welcome back to the program the impartiality of u.k. immigration officials has been called into question after it was revealed that they used bible quotes to reject an iranian asylum seeker in the twenty six gold states you will pursue your enemies and they will fall by the sword before you
the book of revelation is filled with imagery of revenge destruction death and violence these examples are inconsistent with your claim that you converted to christianity after discovering it is a peaceful religion. the church of england was left unimpressed saying it was concerned that an asylum seekers' fate might be decided by a misunderstanding of sacred texts the home office says the rejection letter was an anomaly not in line with its general policies and that it will work on training its staff the latest figures show that as silent applications in the u.k. we saw most thirty thousand in twenty eight hundred sixty seven percent of applicants are rejected first time around he spoke with the chairman of an immigration consultancy firm he thinks that the home office is looking for excuses to turn down refugees it is surprising that the home office should behave the way bart do you know unfortunately in some respects it's not surprising because
there are quite unreasonable around help for. a looking for excuses to turn down asylum cases even cases which many people would consider to be quite genuine so you know the unfortunate there we are the home office of quite inventive in a way and can come up with you know a whole range of reasons to fuse asylum you know which can be completely unjustified you are unfortunately governments want to have been tough on immigration and the home office are under pressure to be nasty are helpful and so on for sure that's what's happening so perhaps it's not just the home office officials fault was also the government's for for encouraging officials to be nasty and helpful. yes present on china has ordered his treasury to cancel additional sanctions against north korea you know the decision over twitter earlier though u.s. national security advisor john bolton noted the importance of the measures against
north korea from suspicion comes after the withdrawal of north korean staff from the into korean liaison office. north korea informed us this morning that it would pull out its staff from the liaison office on instructions from a superior authority and it would through its staff the north said it doesn't mind the south remaining in the office and that it will more to fight on further practical matters in the future our government finds the north decision regrettable and it is hoped that the north returns its staff to the liaison office for normal operations as it was agreed between the two countries the entire korean liaison office was opened in september twenty eighth seen as a sign of warming ties between cell in pyongyang it facilitates regular communications on various issues and functions as a defacto embassy if it's not clear if the withdrawal of the north korean staff was connected to the threat of further sanctions but asian analysts are up to says
china's decision to cancel additional restrictions is a response to the withdrawal. we'll then i think a couple of weeks we will hear back from the north korean side as to how they would like to proceed further the ball really resides on the north korean side on how they will respond after hanoi and i think donald trump is going a little way out a little out of his way to ensure that he doesn't mess things up u.s. north korea talks sayat of very delicate fears or this point of time north korea essentially has to get back to the u.s. how it wants to go forward and dark rum doesn't want to do that in a negative direction by imposing a new whole set of sanctions and that's why he's kind of trying to ensure that at least at the leader to leader level there's good communication and a good relationship because he believes north korea is a top down society and of kim jong un can take that strategic decision which he needs to make it will unlock the door to of very positive relationship and positive
denuclearization related negotiations. in our social media network instagram plans to block anti vaccine hashtags after a backlash against medical misinformation. it's possible work to address health related misinformation on instagram we're looking at ways to minimize recommendations of this continent and accounts that post it across instagram the company's decision comes after america's biggest outbreak of measles in recent years medical data indicates the number of cases grew significantly in twenty one of the main reasons is thought to be the lowest number of vaccinated people no makers and public health advocates have been pushing the country's largest social media companies to take stronger action against anti vaccine content besides instagram facebook plans to reduce the ranking of groups on pages that spread misinformation about vaccinations you cheap said it's also pulling ads for mounting
vaccine videos claiming they violate its policies against harmful or dangerous acts . we discussed the issue with a radio host and political commentator dave perkins whole thinks that social media users should have access to all sides of any argument. i am concerned deeply concerned that instagram has put itself in the position of not only rendering expertise on what looks to me like a bad a cold matter but also in the position of judging what people should hear and what they should not hear in a free country in a free world in a modern world we should all get to hear all the sides of every argument and we should all be allowed to make up our own mind i'm closer to pro-vaccine that anti but i would very much like to know that nothing is being kept from me while i finish making up my mind instagram's put itself in the position of doing exactly that keeping information from me and if i were a parent with a young child it's information i would be vitally concerned about so yeah that's
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a shouldn't let it be an arms race in this on off and spearing dramatic development only mostly i'm going to resist i don't see how that strategy will be successful very critical time time to sit down and talk. it's the end of the week and lots of people slow down but the boom bust news has slowed not slowed down whatsoever this is boom bust broadcasting around the world and covering the world of business and finance and the impact upon all of us i'm bart chilton in washington d.c. welcome aboard we are so pleased to have you with us coming up today breck's that breakdown has been a verdict but for how long the worry for which the c.e.o.
of strong market standing by to delve into the dilemma and we'll get reaction from not just prime minister theresa may but other european leaders and a potential miracle drug has failed testing and stock in the company bio kids and has absolutely banked well look at that dip there of the kind of molly barrows contributor for america's lawyer joins us to analyze the circumstances plus facebook is under fire again yet again this time relieving users test words an encrypted leaving them totally exposed to. the mall for joins us to dig through even more bad headlines for the social media giant and what they are trying to do to avert some other problems and later hyundai the south korean automaker has slammed the brakes on this deal to hedge funds but how is the company fairing going forward lauren fix the car coach will take the wheel and drive us through this major announcement also by major general motors announcement made this afternoon
all that in our side put first we had right to some headlines let's go. leading our global report today is major news out of brussels where leaders have agreed they have agreed to grant a british breakfast extension to the embattled british prime minister theresa may the per hand was kicked down the road from the original. date of march twenty ninth which would have been just one week away all the way to may twenty second granting a reprieve of about two more months for the british leaders to come to an agreement on the deal there's one catch though always a catch right ms may well have to get parliament to agree to a breakfast compromise by next week next week if that plan is rejected e.u. leaders would only grant an extension until april twelfth about three weeks away the news a certainly taken a toll in european markets as we've take a look at the footsie one hundred there the index look at that drop since the news came out yesterday just sloping.