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time unlucky for theresa may british lawmakers roundly reject the prime minister's last ditch attempt to force. the u.s. secretary of state claims russia has interfered in every u.s. election since two thousand and four. and german rock band run fine faces a huge backlash for the group's controversial depiction of the holocaust in the new singles video we discussed the reaction from the public and israel. hello from in the queue in moscow when i was called a break with the world news this hour britain was due to be marking its exit from
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the european union in an hour's time instead division and derision and westminster and beyond after the prime minister suffered a humiliating third defeat in parliament deal afterwards to resume a war the britons edged closer to leaving the e.q. in two weeks' time without a plan in place. the implication of the house's decision. the legal default is that united kingdom is due to leave the european union on the twelfth of april in just fourteen days time mr speaker i feel we are reaching the limits of this process in this house this house has rejected no deal it has rejected no brics it on wednesday rejected the fairy ations of the deal on the table and today it has rejected approving the withdrawal agreement alone britain edges closer and closer to the cliff it seems without any kind of backup plan indeed we saw the house of commons vote down to rescind may's withdrawal agreement her deal for
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a third time around as a majority of fifty eight of voices in the parliament despite her hoping that she would just be able to break through with this agreement allowing for the deadline for bracks it to be extended to me twenty seconds as was agreed with the european union that indeed has not happened despite the british prime minister yet again for m.p.'s to support her she promised again to step down if her deal was supported in this particular vote possibly hoping third time would be the lucky one she said that. this deal would avoid european elections it would avoid a cliff edge and avoid a long delay possibly destroying the idea of bragg's it all together still this apparently did not scare m.p.'s enough in this make or break time so what
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happens next is of course the deadline now is april twelfth as agreed with the european union certainly there will be lots of work underway to see if other alternatives are available as soon as next monday those are going to be looked at most certainly again here in west. minister at the same time as all of this political stalemate and chaos and crisis unravels within this government and the house of commons we have seen some reaction already from europe in terms of this latest vote donal to ask european council president has tweeted that he's calling a european council meeting to take place on april tenth and we know the euro commission they have said this previously that they are prepared for a new deal scenario already but all of them acknowledging that april twelfth is now the new march twenty ninth and if you remember this was meant to be the day for the
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original breck's a deadline to take place meanwhile to mark the day that should have been more museum in southwest england decided to display work by british street artist banksy which more than ever perhaps captures the mood in the country right now. here are some of the thousands who turned out for the so-called march to leave demonstration outside parliament on friday afternoon many a plan to come anyway to celebrate britain leaving the e.u. but instead they were rallying to vent their anger over the country's faltering departure police arrested five people at the demonstrations some of the people at the rally in parliament square. there are tens of thousands of people gathered here in this parliament square in central london many of them gathered here to make the point that leave means leave there is of course a big stage there showing videos and speeches on what was supposed to be briggs that day march the twenty ninth the day the u.k. was supposed to leave the e.u. but of course that is now looking like it's going to be pushed back to april
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twelfth at the earliest but this isn't the only stage here where the only protest it as a rival want just to this side being addressed by the far right leader tommy robinson and his protests very different you could say to this one here dressing many grievances that he seems to have with the mainstream media and so on but it just goes to show that even within those who are calling for brags that there are divisions in the best way to approach that however one thing which we've been noticing we've been going round and talking to people is that the idea of a no deal brigs it or leaving on world trade organization rules is something that the people here at this protest are quite comfortable with. do you think the prime minister will be invited down for the time good. moments of why you don't want it we don't want to know until. today when i brought a well i mean this madness that's the route to us about this is not no deal is even going to do you two year terms of true press that's what we voted for and we knew
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exactly what we were voting for in two thousand and sixteen so i think our chances are better spent elsewhere beyond the european union you know where we can engage in free trade arrangements for having to be confined to a cost to soon the european commission today say that on twelve april the twelfth there will be a no deal is not something that you would say european commission one hundred thirty nine billion pounds they would do everything to keep percent this is not a deal worth it it's a very bad. start by the e.u. so bad to do we should. without a deal on w t o terms the parliament square is filled with the e.u. bond of the e.u. fact but today a ton of those on the leave side of the argument to make that president felt this military style march taking place your union jacks on showed up the flag all the united kingdom has many of these because those who are raising wish to make the
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point that say they is the guy that should have been the day the u.k. left the european union but now they won't stop protesting until they reach the top objective. in parliament square well european law professor francesco described his claims to be prepared for a no deal breck's it as a facade. when navigating unfold here nobody would have predicted who what in goodness gracious named as happened over the last two or three three months and certainly last couple of weeks delist been voted down three times so whatever the reasons it's been voted down by most heartbreaks it is remain as in style and i think that in a democracy we have to accept that parliament has a right to vote in this voted to deal down of course in our democracy we also have to accept that a referendum happened in two thousand and sixteen and voted to leave the european union the government clearly has not made
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a great deal of negotiating itself out of the uniqueness managed to alienate everybody i don't know why the european commission said well it looks like it's going to be no deal the reality is the brussels doesn't want to know a deal nobody wants a new deal aliment doesn't want a new deal. breaks it countdown. on to our of a headline news and the conclusion of the report by special counsel robert muller that there was no conspiracy between donald trump and the kremlin was supposed to put the whole issue to bed but while answering a question from u.s. democrat secretary of state mike pompei it was surprisingly expanded his list of elections that russia supposedly interfered it all the way back to the george w. bush era is where i guess they have. for two years they dug and dug investigated and questioned as sad as it may be trump is
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not a russian agent who so they think but officially russia gave collusion was a hook for the style if you only knew just how much could lose and that was in the past do you believe russia interfered with the twenty six thousand u.s. general election yes they did in the two thousand and twelve and the two thousand and eight thank you and the tea literally or that's a bold claim especially given the evidence he mentioned he didn't mention any evidence begs the question of course why washington waited for more than a decade to say so but there could be a simple explanation the presidents before trump would get this compromised agents russian agent and country to miss the pompei oh i have evidence it's so obvious if you think about it let's go back russia meddled and won me an
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election for barack obama how else could you explain the bomber's little microphone slip where he was caught red handed reporting to putin. for that it was george bush who russia put into the white house twice in two thousand and two thousand and four look at them together putin and bush all that touching and feeling hugs and shakes romantic almost and don't get me started about the eyes and look the man in the eye. was able to. do. sense of his soul and you want to tell me that bush wasn't a russian stooge come on get real as red as
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a cherry and that's just the last few presidents this meddling goes back decades reagan who presided over the collapse of the u.s.s.r. was also compromised this is all just part of the plan i mean what kind of sick man a traitor makes the whole be of collecting and translating russian jew and then posting about it the story was an american in a russian arguing about their two countries in the americas said look in my country i can walk into the oval office i can pound the president's desk and say mr president i don't like the way you're running our country and the russian said i can do this i can go into the criminal to the general secretary's office pound is disconcerting mr general secretary i don't like the way president reagan is running used by the. russian meddling is obvious it is going on for more than one hundred years abraham lincoln surprise was
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a russian agent why do you think russia sent two fleets of warships to new york and san francisco in a show of support for him and the unionists during the american civil war the coming of the russian fleets was decisive in helping lincoln get through the last and most serious threat of anglo-french intervention you don't hear much about that and for good reason you need to leave evidence lying about say that comrade lincoln rest in peace lennon's blessings be upon him there you have it concrete proof of president after president being russian agents you got it right mr pompei oh about the whole russia meddling. joking apart for the past two years american mainstream media has given in nonstop coverage to the from russia collusion saga but over the t.v. ratings might have spiked off the twenty sixteen election the now experiencing a significant drop off to the long awaited report was released c.n.n.
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who's critical coverage of trump is often dismissed as fake news by the us president has seen a noticeable decline during prime time i was likewise one of the most popular m s n b c and as rachel maddow lost half a million viewers a week that's about twenty percent of her audience while the trump friendly folks news channel has seen a jump of more than a million views c.n.n.'s chief correspondent trying to explain the trend saying that just hasn't be much news since the bombshell the findings were announced and in the u.s. congress it seems that some democrats are still not ready to throw in the towel long collusion. and no thank you mr attorney general we do not need your interpretation shell less so less pull its. own conclusions my colleagues may think it's ok that the russians offered dirt. on a democratic candidate for president as part of what was described as the russian government's effort to help the trump campaign you might think that's ok what would
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be the proper adjective shameful. and. irresponsible of the president of the united states and their public and on the intelligence community to take the actions that they have i think it's an ethical i think it's unpatriotic and yes i think it's corrupt. and evidence of collusion. they're losing their minds nancy pelosi is comments are are particularly hysterical i've been watching emissary be seen one day for two years and it's all there what do we need a vest a geisha a team for what do we need a special prosecutor for what do we need grand juries for we have rachel maddow she told us that indictment by imus m.b. . see is what schiff is advocating here information in the public domain the report was political from the beginning it was never about rule of law it was about political advantage they saw their political advantage of after it because they were sure that moeller who came in as
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a deep stake i was surrounded by sixteen lawyers all of them hillary supporters most of them donors to her campaign this group of highly partisan investigators would come back with something anything and when they came back with nothing because there was just nothing to find. them a rock band ramstein has come into the firing line of the jewish community over the video for the group's new single it looks at germany's past present and future but it's the part depicting the holocaust that straw major backlash described by some as frivolous and irresponsible. titled the nine minute video shows defining historical moments like the formation of the weimar republic and the formation of the nazi party there it's
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a said to show the band struggle with that german identity saying that we quote we want to love you and danny some within the jewish community say it's outrageous while the israeli foreign ministry is insisting the clip should be deleted this from stein cliff using the whole coast for advertisement purposes is shameful and uncalled for we joined the many voices calling for his immediate removal the band and its record label yet to respond to the criticism the earlier daniel holkins discussed the reaction to ramstein see the video with independent journalist luke river and historian efraim zuroff. fact of the matter is that they did what they did. it's available to anyone who wants and this is really in that the way to deal with the subject as sensitive as the holocaust they are if i may say on the good side of course and they bring the message of the horror of the camps to young people working class people who probably don't have a clue really even in germany of what happened sixty years ago it's true that
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somehow it is not bad here it is it's not clear what the messages and it's basically no no this is not education seminar this is just rammstein is way of tracking people from is that something you'd agree with that there shouldn't be any sort of boundaries in artistic expression or is the holocaust you know something of trivializing the sort of way as many people would say something that really does cross the line here. this isn't more in favor of freedom of expression refried of expression is not the right to yell fire in a crowded theater another is there has to be some limits and by the way the people who. follows of brands like this among them are many of the people in the neo nazi movement in germany people who have a tendency to potentially might be inspired to commit violent that it's so this is not really a good idea and to some
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a test must be fought hard but in this instance in germany this is tibet taste of the rock'n'roll scene and i think there is nothing much to do because if you intervene if you take them to court they will make something porous after there was a. clip done by a polish artist in which he had a naked act is filmed playing tag in a gas chamber. and this this clip was banned in germany ok but for some odd reason totally in comprehensible to me this was shown in the crackle museum of modern not i simply want to try to defend what i'm stein in this case because it's not that bad i think of course it's not brilliant i don't proof i think it's i'm not a fan but ok that's the way to say now permissive society you're watching r t
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international the united states could slap more sanctions on russia rather for its military presence in venezuela it's all next story after the break. most people think just stand out in this business you need to be the first one on
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top of the story or the person with the loudest voice of the biggest dream in truth to stand this is just the dance the right questions to pan the right answer. question. back russia will pay a price for its military presence in venezuela including the possibility of sanctions that's according to the us special representative for the country at abraham's after donald trump on wednesday demanded that russian forces get out of the latin american country. has lost the been
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a zone people who's using the russians to support his desperate attempt to keep the venezuelan people from hearing into him president maduro calls for hands off on his way out while he invites security forces from cuba and russia so he and his cronies can keep plundering venezuela it is time for venezuelan institutions to stanford or sovereignty russia and cuba hands off and as well. two russian military planes arrived in venezuela last saturday carrying around one hundred troops according to moscow its presence in venezuela is allowed under an agreement struck eighteen years ago with caracas but that hasn't satisfied washington president trump says russia should leave the country or face the consequences crossing live now to gregory wilford co-founder of venezuela analysis dot com welcome back to r.t. john bolton as well nations outside the western hemisphere against deploying military assets to venezuela obviously this is a message aim to russia but what if moscow doesn't play ball here and abide by washington's demands.
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but it's not clear i mean this is the trumpet ministration is known to make your threats that did not necessarily are can follow up on i mean that's what it where you could do it of course is impose more sanctions as was mentioned in your program i can see russia that is a possibility i don't know exactly what the effect would be but it's unlikely to initiate a military confrontation with russia over venezuela and of course that's what this will and the government will do it or use. that it's this will to act as a deterrent for military strikes it sends very low although i was there you know of course it's not clear whether the u.s. ever really. intended to invade or act incidents will it militarily because. a lot of military advisors have advised the company's minister isn't it a good story. does it seem to suggest that the u.s.
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is laying the groundwork for military intervention though because bolton seems to suggest that nations inside the western hemisphere are free to interfere. yeah i mean it's kind of crazy but of course. continues to see venezuela and all of latin america as a backyard and at the same time of course that doesn't want to see the countries. sing like that. but it's definitely true that russia is. about to the united states that is trying to prepare some kind of a. i mean is preparing the ground work but i think to some extent it must be a bluff i don't really believe it. from of the possibility because we don't know just how crazy this group around president elliott abrams. ultimate and my campaign. are considered to be extremely hard to show and are chomping at the
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bit to act against weapons for them militarily so. just because the risks are too enormous for the united states to give involved in such a military confrontation isn't because i live we change from the united states seems to think that he can speak on behalf of the whole western hemisphere and when it comes to venezuela. well. it's over recent terms of never before has the united states intervene military in a country the size of an historically though of course. has intervened in. haiti greneda panama. so yeah militarily speaking i think it there who would be our reach but the claim that south america is part of the us here are three are of influences of course as
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old as that man right doctrine so that's not going to change and so let's go back to our continue to. be something that the united states sees that as its right whether anybody else recognize such or not ok we're going to leave it there because the line seems to be freezing a little bit but we have got most of what you said gregory welp a co-founder of venezuela analysis dot com thanks for your time. my pleasure that is it for me sean thomas has your next r.t. world news out to larry king.
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i know there was a crack seems to do crack when i was a little kid my dad he was like oh. so you know like what i needed when i was a baby but i had a bad childhood. there's always playing single mothers and african-american community service and slavery. i think it's more of these teenagers having kids. you can expect a fourteen or fifteen year old first daughter now order for an employer farther and he said check out. the last place on. my car and breaking down i was unable to get to work on time so they let me go in with my paycheck that i bring home i have nearly enough to pay my car insurance. gas in my car.
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the great tragic comedy known as russia gate is slowly becoming part of history the resistance continues to resist trump but clearly the president has the wind at its back now is a time for a great awakening what are the lessons to be learned in can the liberal media recover from this fiasco. i didn't think the numbers mean so they've mattered us with over one trillion dollars in debt more than ten white collar crime to. eighty five percent of global will you long to be old rich eight point six percent world market rose your personal home with four hundred one . a hundred three per second per second and if we rose to twenty thousand dollars. china is building two point one billion dollars a i industrial park but don't let the numbers overwhelm. the only number you need to remember one one this is you
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know borg commit one and only boom but. can a star the man who investigated president bill clinton outline grounds for impeachment against him is our special guest. we'll hear his take on the mulla report on this edition of politicking. politicking on larry king special counsel robert mullins report on his investigation into ties between the trunk campaign and the russian government is over and his report rests in the hands of attorney general human bar who will decide what parts if any of moles will forte will be released to the public for his fought for isn't trump calls the report
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a complete and total exoneration of him and his associates but is it let's talk about that with ken starr he served as the independent counsel who investigated bill clinton and his administration and then on to out on the eleven impeachable offenses of mr clinton to congress his latest book will leeson september is contends a memoir of the clinton investigation he joins us from waco texas then quite a couple of years ten the president says most his report is a complete and total exoneration of him what's your read. i think is a great exoneration with respect to the key issue of collusion obviously bob muller left open the obstruction of justice issue kicked it up stairs to the attorney general and the deputy attorney general and they've made their determination so if
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you take the two together it is but of course we have to see them all or report and that's under review right now so it's a wait and see tell me why we have to wait why don't we all just see it. right and congress solved it wisely a long time ago to protect grand jury information and if bill barr did what some are suggesting that he do just go ahead and release the report he would potentially be committing a crime it's that serious so we really try to protect grand jury information we being the american system of law so he would be a criminal potentially if the attorney general just released it so what's happening now is that there's been a recent report to this effect that the process is under way of reviewing this entire report to identify its.


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