off with. the. years that you know. we all options are out. just so you understand all options are on. russia means to get out of venezuela president trump tells moscow warning that all u.s. options are on the table. as prime minister to resume a announces that she will resign but not before she delivers briggs it. the war between the u.s. media and president rages on despite the long awaited move report concluding there is no evidence of conspiring with the kremlin. and the school in the west bank is raided by israeli soldiers with children as young as just ten held at gunpoint. and
that's. all. they are good evening to you thanks for joining us this is art. president said that russia needs to get out of venezuela warning all u.s. options are on the table the threat comes after around one hundred russian troops touched down in caracas on saturday a move called an unnecessary provocation by washington. right here is that you know . we'll see we'll see all options are out. just so you understand all options are off. moscow has already responded to trump's threat by offering the u.s. to take the lead and take its troops out of syria. joined me earlier in the studio . well the u.s.
is very touchy when it comes to venezuela who could have thought right so here's what happened and what sent washington basically fallout grow over the weekend russia had sent about eight hundred of its military personnel over to caracas and this is exactly what triggered washington this is exactly what triggered the united states they called it a provocation now you have trump saying that russia should get out of venezuela right now here's what trumps the national security adviser john bolton had to say in regards of this have a listen united states will not tolerate hostile foreign military powers meddling with the western hemisphere's shared goals of democracy security and the rule of law the venezuelan military must stand with the people of venezuela so really you can see how washington really views venezuela as its own backyard where it's free to do whatever it wants really so for instance when washington cherry picks a president it likes for venezuela forget the elections it's fine when russia sends
its military personnel their advisors for instance that's a big no no that's. just the only they did seem pretty thick united states won't tolerate foreign military powers meddling let's move it on though what's moscow officially had to say about that has been saying that nothing out of the ordinary really is happening here it's been pointing to the fact that more school and caracas has an agreement struck all the way back in two thousand and one that allows moscow to send a small contingent not of its combat troops but military advisors to with the country to venezuela and in fact there are world there are good reasons for that i should say because venezuela has historically been a major customer of russia's weapons of russian made weapons many of them very elaborate and it is difficult to use them so that's why military advisers that's why it's natural for them to come to the country. teach the venezuelan military the
ropes of how to operate these complex systems like the s three hundred for instance the missile defense systems now when it comes to the crisis in venezuela as a whole most core is maintaining that it has been acting in strict accordance with international law in fact it says that its position is one of the key factors why washington hasn't intervened in venezuela more than it already has done or also it has said that washington's position on this has basically denied latin american countries its sovereignty have a listen the us has once again decided to bring order to latin america starting with venezuela we regret that the organization of american states has aided washington in straightening its colonial habits as if unaware that any other country in the region getting touring fall under u.s. pressure and i mean any other country in this sense i mean it's not an empty not a thread but not an empty warning in this sense because previously washington had
already sees that it has cuba nicaragua on its regime change list so with i mean there's a good ground for the two political commentator and journalist and white says that russian troops in venezuela sends a powerful message to washington. there's just further evidence of an empire that's entered its mad ok's in the same week as a trump administration it legally recognized the illegally occupied syrian golan heights israeli soldier intended to be no decision diktats against russia for getting to act in accordance with a treaty that it's sane with the sustained government of israel the legitimate government of venezuela choice of a key president nicolas maduro under the country's existing constitution so even though there's only one hundred russian troops a military advisers in venezuela just arrived at the weekend there symbolically it sends a very powerful message because this is a new development in twitter and multiple oddities
a new game in town move to pull out a tape exists for the washington links to accept it or not and the fact that these military advisors are operating in conjunction with a now i in latin america which the u.s. has long considered its body out and we know that the u.s. especially this trip administration believes that venezuela is a wholly owned subsidiary of washington then it again sends a very powerful message very strong message and i think washington is very worried about the symbolism of these russian advisors right and eventually a lot more than the out about what size of forces or capability. meanwhile venezuela's opposition leader has announced the first actions of the new opposition plan to oust president nicolas maduro will start on april sixth however why i don't didn't specify what the actions would entail his words come in the wake of a second major power outage in the country the venezuelan government seems to think it knows who's behind the blackout with the country's vice president naming the
u.s. secretary of state mike pompei or national security advisor john bolton and republican senator marco rubio or a she'd of them the trio of misfortune perversity and criminality a monday much of venezuela remained without electricity that just two weeks after a similar blackout with the media claiming up to sixteen of twenty three states were affected including the capital caracas and many people were actually unable to go to work because public transport wasn't working. i usually leave it three in the morning today i had to leave at five am it's not worth going out when it's dark because you're going to be wrong and. have to fold because there is almost no public transport and yesterday it took me two hours to walk home from work it was an act of sabotage by. thanks to the president quite a. certainty that currently exists makes you question what you buy as you just don't know whether what you are buying will be a waste without electricity. communications minister whole give or three guesses
uploaded pictures and videos of a damaged power station saying opposition criminals intentionally started a fund to sabotage the system. remember at the end of february billionaire richard branson organized a benefit concert on the venezuela colombia border that was to raise money for aid for venezuela but a month and it's not clear where the money is going. to try to. get that. all go hundred million dollars in sixty days to.
deal with one who is asking for that for the well to help. i decided to pick up the phone and speak with him. i believe that the live eight concert that was announced and sponsored by richard branson was a complete failure they had claimed that he would raise one hundred million dollars for humanitarian aid but when the concert was coupled with the u.s. claim that it would bring in humanitarian aid which was neither
a humanitarian nor any it was a political weapon that was used against the venice well in government and the ball very revolution so i'm not surprised that it was a failure and yet what is needed for the people of venezuela to overcome the economic difficulties is for the united states and the european allies to lift the economic sanctions which are causing the greatest damage to the country's economy and we demand that the u.s. get its hands off. trees in my house confirmed that she will step down as u.k. prime minister once she's delivered briggs it downing street says she made the announcement today closed doors meeting with fellow conservative party and peace comes as lawmakers have gathered in westminster to debate a series of briggs it alternatives will bring you the results on those votes a little later this evening for now i'm to see
a church as the latest. helvetica recently having said that she would be willing to step down after her deal gets accepted and bracks it is sort of coming into shape the way she had intended it all along and theresa may has been meeting with the nine hundred twenty two committee which is a parliamentary group of the conservative party at the house of commons where she has revealed that she would be ready to go after her deal is accepted i'm prepared to leave this job earlier than i intended in order to do what is right for our country and our party i ask everyone in this room to back the deal so we can compete our historic duty to deliver on the decision of the british people and neves the european union with a smooth and. well we have already seen reaction from opposition party leader jeremy corbyn to this latest announcement he has tweeted this in response to what
the prime minister has announced to reason most pledge to turin peace to stand down if they vote for her deal shows once and for all the work brigs that negotiations have been about party management principles or the public interest the change of government won't be a tourist job the people must decide well this idea of theresa may potentially leaving if her deal is in the end except it has been circulated here in westminster for quite some time with rumors going around about the possibility of her doing this in order to gather the necessary numbers for her deal to be backed i mean of course you remember that this is the same deal that was turned down twice at the house of commons the way it was agreed with the e.u. in the latest deadline extension if theresa may's deal does get approved in the end the bracks a deadline is now may twenty second so any major political changes would be taking
place afterwards. we know that wednesday evening of course in peace are voting on a series of so-called indicative votes in attempts to figure out a common way that would be able to gather a majority in the house from ingenue. along with several more so after breakfast options things like a new deal for exit an alternative breakfast deal which who knows what that would be exactly revoking article fifty and a second referendum a total of eight options that they're looking into tonight in hopes of finding one or two or have any at all to see if there is another way forward so that is where things stand tonight. let's bring in a guest again on jones is a professor of economics at lancaster university in the north of england in the u.k. good to have you on going to. the reactions already coming in to this announcement and the reason may and the reports of quite a few rebel tory m.p.'s saying that they've now changed their vote and they support
these amaze briggs's deal in these circumstances my question to you is if this was a good enough deal for them to vote for. why didn't they do it previously why they're only doing it if the prime minister will step down the suggests that they're voting on politics and not about the actual deal itself the review things that are putting pressure on them one of them is this series of indicative votes that we've heard about time and several of those options that are being presented to this evening. breaks out as an option from clark which proposes staying in the customs union there's an option for used the proposals staying in the european economic area the single market in the european union and this one from the book suggesting in both the customs union and the single market and these have. been so for example staying in europe in the economic area and in the customs union is something that no other
country currently has in the case of the used amendment then it's not clear how about would work in terms of the irish border but the sum total of these proposals has been to pressure on the european research group the hard line break since it was in the conservative party and i was suggested to them the really the alternative that they face now is either backing amazed that you all was off to breath it or possibly even know briggs in its will i'm just wondering let's say let's say that this happened this plays out may get so dale she steps down just how much confusion and chaos might follow with having to bring in a new prime minister and could they then change the terms of any briggs it deal. then could there are two elements to the deal as it now stands as the withdrawal agreement which is a legal document a five hundred eighty five page document and the european union has signaled that
that is not going to be reopened. for signing as it stands but there is also the political that her. action which is about the way forward that is anticipated by both the european union and the u.k. government the current u.k. government about how the two parties will try and reach a trade deal once little remains being signed off and as many in visitors this is built on the checkers plan that was arrived several months before the agreement came about and this rather a divide do approach true goods market on one hand and the services market so in the case of goods they would be quite close alignment between the u.k. and the european union in order to get free mobility of goals and not interrupt supply chains. of this the e.r. g.
are certainly fearing the possibility of a softer breaks and after withdrawal agreement is signed off the political declaration as it stands is very good not to allow a whole range of outcomes so there's going to be a whole lot more argument about all this once the withdrawal agreement is signed off if indeed it is signed off. greatly appreciate your your time and your expertise fascinating to speak together on john's my guest professor of economics at lancaster university. now this is just the latest in what's been a turbulent few weeks for westminster politics britain's departure from the e.u.'s dominated the agenda for an alternative view on the briggs saga his arctic political with the latest episode in case you missed it. yeah yeah loud and clear yeah well hugh we've been counting down here for ever same for news of the imminent arrival of little baby brags that now little baby
brags it's g.-u. date was meant to be the twenty ninth of march but doctors insist on i think that maybe to do just that but he said there's been a bit of excitement because we saw somebody very gay related to little baby brags that go inside this building which is also vaguely related to a little baby brags that now we know the mother's been experiencing substantial difficulties high blood pressure severe morning sickness she hasn't been able to keep anything down for months whatever she tries to get through it just keeps getting regurgitated now as you can imagine this is an extremely difficult situation for the mother she never wanted this to begin with then according to all reports the father is trying to disown baby brags that according to one source he was last seen in nice with this stroked.
that we tarried know if it's going to be a hard or a soft delivery whew there's the chances of a normal elective emergency c. election which is a dangerous procedure and it carries a lot of risk for the was out the baby could just pull out now some have called for the baby to stay where it is rather than risk that such as look at the crowds out here hugh so much anticipation people want to know when the baby brags it is going to be delivered and of course many are concerned about the risk of a still. israel defense forces have tweeted that errored sirens are sounding in the south of israel on wednesday not far from gaza israel's deployed tanks and troops along its border with gaza after two days of growing tension a monday rocket attack reportedly injured seven people need to live in retaliation
israel carried out air strikes on key hamas targets including the office of the head of the palestinian organization. meanwhile in the west bank classes at one school were interrupted by a raid by israeli soldiers one ten year old student says that a loaded gun was aimed at his his story. the biblical above the rain the mud the sudden change. what are the. i mean the last think you're going to laugh but this is the worst the final. let me start here. my second side of this question. but no one other will support the new version of the i had the good. part is that
we asked the israel defense forces to comment on this incident they told us all proper procedures were followed and that none of the students were arrested or say . thousand palestinian children were reportedly arrested though by israel last year according to the defense for children non-governmental organization fifty six children were killed by israeli forces in twenty eight thousand more than a child a week the vast majority were killed by live ammunition in quotes witnesses stating the children were unarmed and posed no threat. the full report of u.s. special counsel robert malisse probe into alleged collusion between donald trump and russia will be made public in the coming weeks from preschool the investigation a disgrace to a very very and i'm going to go to the old. records from the hierarchy of this you
know how to approach it. allowed them to take. great. holiday and it said no thank you no because you get out of it. well that report he said to contain secret grand jury material which is not usually made public in march from stepped up his war against what he's calling the fake news media accusing them of staging a witch hunt on the seller trying to look at the key false claims the us media made during two years of the miller investigation. pick any year before two thousand and sixteen in this book and imagine someone back then touting the idea that people from here helped someone settle in here and began using him as a puppet or their agent honestly that someone would right away get labeled as a conspiracy theorist the u.s.
attorney general has just made it clear to the people in here the whole collusion story pretty much amounts to conspiracy let's hear from the people who for more than two years were trying to give you the impression that collusion is not a conspiracy at all our job is to bring facts to light others make determinations about prosecutable criminal offenses will not investigate this were journalists now rules to ripple the facts as we know them which is exactly what we did pardon. facts as we they know them that little phrase could actually explain all we've been through with american news trump and russia what if instead of looking for facts to tell a story based on these facts the guys held on to a story so tight they tried to come up with facts to fit it remember all the bombshells born out of facts from sources which nobody knew who the hell they were
buzz feed for one reported robert miller had email and testimony proof that mr trump had made his ex lawyer michael cohen lie to congress about all the alleged trump tower in russia dealings a bombshell new report from buzz feed news certainly explosive reporting and without question this is a big one and it is breaking news perhaps major breaking news what make this a fact probably a good smell of the collusion bombshell gunpowder and the credibility of. sources. my sources are solid this reporting is accurate even back then when mr miller who barely said a word while he was still at work worried into explain the story was rubbish here's another big one that was based on what sources claimed donald trump's campaign chief she quickly met with whistleblower turned kremlin geek as someone put it
anyway julian a songe how does this bombshell impact the collusion part of the probe the list of stuff that was supposed to make president trump shiver and put robert miller into razor sharp mode was quite long the russians said that we had they had information that could help the campaign on the clinton dossier firm also supplied information used in meeting of russians from tain komi it was truly time to make the case that muller should investigate the circumstances of the encounters with the president to determine if a crime was committed what we don't know is whether there was some quid pro quo whether there to what extent it involved the president. and exactly what the knowledge of was in the truck campaign about whatever benefit they were getting from russia the final result you already know it there is no smoking gun in between . the russian federation so at this point we have to say they these people that
want to talk about they're still being russian inclusion and all these beings are conspiracy theories they have no evidence all of the evidence there's been presented point swore at the opposite actually be true there is no conspiracy or collusion or anything like that although it is common knowledge conspiracy theorists could never care less about official probes i don't need them on the report to know he's a traitor i have the t.v. . seven people including four children have been killed in a huge. air raid blast near a hospital in yemen that's according to the save the children aid group the strike in the northwest of the country said to petrol station close to the hospital's entrance. i don't know exactly. that i got. that out loud.
but it's not been confirmed who is behind the attack or whether saudi led coalition planes have carried out the vast majority of bombing raids over yemen riyadh's facing numerous accusations of causing civilian deaths but insists that it only targets areas where the rebels are located was turned yemen into what the un's calling the world's worst humanitarian crisis. the biggest backward step since the internet began turned one of the use darkest hours that's our critics including whistleblower edward snowden and world wide web founder tim berners lee have described a new european law on internet copyright now the rules force tech firms to moderate content before it's published critics warn only corporations like facebook can pay for such huge moderation operations forcing they say all but the largest tech firms out of business tech giants also have to pay for media content under the new rules though some warn that they'll simply stop posting media content altogether but each
e.u. member states still has to approve the legislation. on the list more than five million people have already signed a petition against it and mass protests have been held the e.u.'s copyright reporter though insists that everything is fine the adopted text contains numerous provisions that will guarantee v. internet remains a speech for free expression we listened to the concerns raised the meme the just the snippet are now more protected than ever before. all the legislation passed by just five votes and descended into fast went to thirteen or maybe pigs were reported to have pressed the wrong button just three wrongly cast ballots would have stopped the legislation. spross the wrong button on the voter meant he used article thirteen and eleven hands it now moves forward these people want to run now countries can press barton go on world. from the mission at least
rhythms democrats agree liberals their own bottom and were supposed to ward in favor or for the revision of the proposal they press the wrong button these people are in charge swedish maps can keep their article thirteen votes by pressing the wrong button i've never been less happy to be associated with the place an m.e.p. from sweden accidental or press the wrong button when a casting vote an article thirteen this is so you computer expert max i's a fear is that under the new legislation legitimate material will regularly be flagged as copyrighted if you think about it from a technical void to view the current system or the current algorithm and help to identify copyrighted material has to go further which means that you have to invest more into a developing your systems in order to avoid being held responsible for publishing copyright.