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the european union every fortnight to the sum of a two hundred million pounds now that's not the whole picture because that is basically that's the gross contribution some of that money comes back as part of the overall net deal over which the treasury has a pair of limited say that's not necessarily well spent however. once you factor in the the direct and indirect costs associated with the you membership the overall bill for business and for the country could be as high as two hundred billion pounds a year the problem is that nobody knows this because there has not been a cost benefit analysis if you e.u. membership so there's a huge question mark there which the taxpayers alliance and other organizations are campaigning to get the answer to where does that money get a well a lot of it doesn't come back into the into the u.k. because the u.k. is after germany the second largest contributor to the the e.u. budget certainly in net terms and along with a small number of northern european countries it's one of the one of the few which are overall net contributors to a country like france it is much more i guess
a lot more back. bang for the book. so you could you could say that a lot of it goes in terms of subsidizing and upgrading the superstructure an infrastructure of eastern and southern europe which from a british taxpayers viewpoint one has to question is a british taxpayer contributing billions of pounds a year effectively to another countries that is not proper use of taxpayers' money so you're talking about one hundred ten billion euros which is an impossible think athame people to understand what does it mean what would it buy in real terms well let's let's narrow this down a little bit more i mean a hundred hundred ten billion euros is the overall cost including all the evacuations in the red tape so firstly in terms of the regulations and the red tape the cost of the regulations and red tape in this is based on the commission's own official commitment commission's own osa to sticks the cost of the regulations is for that in terms of the u.k. is good. than the actual value of the trade that is meant to regulate because the
regulations ten percent of the british economy which is our exports to the european union but actually cover one hundred percent of the u.k. economy eighty percent of it is internal ten percent is to the rest of the world so one hundred percent of the economy is paying the price of ten percent of all of what it's meant to regulate so that's one perspective the second thing is if you just look at the not the the cost of the regulations but the simple physical cost and the membership fee that is the equivalent of forming a chain along appear and dumping a block of gold off the end of it every one hundred seconds. it's a gold ingots every hundred seconds just cast into the watery depths and in terms of schools and hospitals which is something that the u.k. desperately needs to upgrade what about that now it's about a new hospital every three days i think it pays for the world family in two days i
think it's something like every five days is the equipment to repairing every single cathedral in england and when we were doing the research for a book ten years on which is it looks hypothetically at where the u.k. would be indeed any country would be were we to leave the european union which is stop breaking down the that the benefits that we could be spending the money on other than into what's basically a financial sinkhole from the u.k. taxpayers point it's just distortion waste of money isn't it chair less in this sort of global economy to talk about british money for british people well not really because the british taxpayer of course is funding taxes and would naturally expect that the money to be spent on things which are of benefit to themselves i mean it's fundamentally old you know that that money and you talk about a global economy but of course the money isn't going to. say for north
america it's a it's a european system it's not a global system so we're short of having a global. economy with the european union if that's what you really like a lot of politicians say that it's just not realistic to mean the e.u. wholesale but you think differently we already have with respect to the european union about ten different levels of association with the european union you have countries which are full members such as france you have countries which have got certain dr such as the u.k. which is opted out of the single currency you have countries which are part of the european economic area such as norway you have countries which have slightly less of a kind of agreement because after countries. but i've gone less less far than not such as switzerland you have countries which have got bilateral trading agreements such as canada and mexico which could be a wide range of things and are very similar in style to the e.c. agreements accession agreements some years back without
a lot of the that that the burdensome regulations and that and the provokes attach that and you go way down that there's even a special form of association for countries like north korea now i'm not saying we should have a form of association with the that pyongyang has but what i'm simply saying is if you have ten different ways of of trading and alloying and a series cheating with with the source and you to do opinion there's a mechanism in there somewhere which is appropriate for any country and he doesn't have to be for membership and how would you characterize the u.k.'s relationship with the e.u. currently and how do you think it's in checking what we have to remember this is a perspective which is much broader than the now a perspective that politicians like to tend to focus on politicians when they talk about the european union talk about what's happening now what's on the agenda now what's on the agenda maybe in three months and what happened over the last couple of years actually the e.u. used to be the e.c. and it used to be the e.c. and before then it had a had a history of basically associated to agreements which predate the
the plan and the attempted creation of a of a of a european defense and it's got a long history and the key element here is to do it's all to do with the ever closer union which was indeed right from the outset within the preamble of the treaties now if you if you consider that membership of the club is to do with always going in one particular direction and you don't want to go in that direction then the obvious conclusion is you can only do one of two things you can either stop it and basically get to a stage where you are happy to live with the modus vivendi at that time but if that if it continues then the only other alternative is structural either club and form a new association after all if you were a member of a. golf clubs and your bills kept going up and you had to basically the rules change so that you had to invite people around to your house every sunday and you had to put a blogger's or you had to basically you know you had a number of things which kept being added to you took in conditions of your being
member of this golf that broader than just just taking off every now and again you would be happy with that so it's the same principle we live in a world they don't mean which is essentially dominated by superpowers the united states russert china and india don't just smaller countries of the european union need each other well absolutely not it's good that we're cooperating where we want to cooperate it's good that we're trading we're going to where we want to trade let's not kid ourselves i mean the european union is in the big picture it's big it's it's in danger of becoming a school or tech part of the world the voicing economies in the world of obviously in the far east india china and also you know brazil indonesia and other places now rather than linking ourselves too closely with one part of the of the world trading system which is decreasing in importance the u.k. or any european country should be more about being involved in a more proactive free trade across the whole world was them becoming part of a regional association which is risks becoming
a professional protectionist book now you could also argue that united states is or is a great a great will power and is very important for the u.k. and therefore if that's true why don't we you know more than me why don't we just sign up to become a state of the of the united states where nobody is recommending that so why on earth should we become part of the federal you say one of the things the canada and mexico have. signed an agreement with the with the us to form the nafta they haven't signed agreement to have a federal government that encompasses all of them they've created a different model different models do exist as young as a different model from that from the e.u. . there are different models enough let's not pretend it's odd that the e.u. or bolivia and there are lots of choices around there and if we are having a global trading network and into related post mcelhone age then then we shouldn't be too little not that linger and but little europe what we're seeing in europe at
the moment is the degree of social unrest in response to the austerity measures because of the debt crisis do you see that impacting not just on the same but on the european union as a political entity yeah and the sad thing is it was something that you were skeptics will warning about even while the eurozone was being created we were saying that if you're going to be creating a currency union then you have to have a full economic union in order to whether these the shocks and you have to have a model so that where there is an asymmetric shock in one part of the the either basically you can have the larger most on unemployed began to move from one part of the country to the other or you have large amounts of financial reserves which are able to support the area in a couple of examples which your views might be familiar with in the u.k. you have for instance you have a single currency oh it's called
a pound. and if liverpool is in recession what happens is because there is social mobility in the u.k. people from liverpool go and find a job in manchester or down in london or whatever and also you have a central government which pays part of the tax revenue into liverpool in order to i'm regenerated now people accept that because there is this sense of of a democrats the sense of common citizenship in a sort of sharing together we don't get in the you same way in the states if chicago is in recession but california is booming then people move from chicago to california and the federal government puts money in support of new york now you can argue the pros and cons about federal levels of federal agents arrested. but the simple truth is that united states is a federal system which has twenty times the federal spending power of the european union twice for having that sort of model which is more or less an effective economic system is too high for the political the different governments who are
creating an economic union because of knowledge that overtly that it was a european superstate with a huge central bank and large amounts of central taxation being spent of course as a price too high to pay but because the idealism is paramount people went ahead without all the same to us and it's paying the price today. thank you very much thank you. dear mom i'm sorry that i had to do this i've been in so much pain in the past year that i can't take it anymore the stomach and chest pains have been getting worse and no doctor has been able to help me please know that i'll finally be at peace
and with no more pain i wish i could have had a life with it was a bit always pictured her being my wife and mother to my kids i love you all see you all in heaven when your time comes i'm going to meet jesus christ. thousands of u.s. troops in iraq received one of these drugs a drug called lariam and it may have prevented many soldiers from getting sick the question tonight is whether or not soldiers were adequately warned about its rare side effects serious life changing side effects. down the official. from the. video.
a four way race is on for a newly discovered oil in the eastern mediterranean with israel and lebanon resorting to threats of war to stake their claim. insider trading illegal for the average american but not if you are a senator our team looks at how u.s. officials are using legal loopholes to line their pockets. for youth violence and knife crime and a world health organization study but there are some signs of improvement. an american support for kurdish only police force causes interesting tension in iraq's cultural melting pot critics say violence is inevitable once the u.s. pulls out. or these are the top of the hour in the meantime we'll bring you the sports update with don't go away.
a log on to the sports news thanks for watching and we begin with a quick live cats alamy story is golden bowl for golden boy announced that shortlist pulled its went to town by don't do away with with seven spaniards dominating the players. meanwhile another scandal hits the people world cup bidding pro-science the just over a month to go until it has sold the twenty eighteen and twenty twenty two tournaments are announced. and also tough times for the dallas cowboys tony romo is injured while america's team pulls to want to quiet on this season. so is where we begin and seven of spain's world cup winning school would have been shortlisted full faith. andreas iniesta who schooled the winning goal in the final days though along with barcelona teammates xabi carles puyol and david obviously the other
usual suspects are also on the list and that includes another barsa star and the face of argentina and they are massing no english players in contention over the real madrid sound man united so that christianity is on the list and on with these new teammate massoud. meanwhile thief is investigating fresh allegations of corruption in the world cup bidding process the probe coming after the former general secretary me how the was reported to have said countries where votes will bring in an attempt to stage the competition the sunday times quoted saying that qatar had struck a deal with spain portugal the arab state is bidding for the. finals while madrid analysts bumbled to co-host eighteen. adding the nations plan to give each other seven votes on the twenty four man executive. a board which will decide who gets
the next two cups on december the second age period needs thirteen and remember russia are also in the running for twenty eight seen along with england and another joint bid from been there the lines and belgium. david back in has spoken about last week's wayne rooney transfer saga which ended with the striker doubling his wages with manchester united and move seen by some as a copout from the team's owners and manager alex ferguson back in adding the relationship between player and coach we'll get back to normal of course you have you're off days but you know for me he was my father figure you know when i he brought me into the club a gave me the chance to play for the club side door that i love it was my dream to play for and he's the best manager in football. you know you're always going to have your ups and downs with any boss in any walk of life but. you know he's a great manager and. a great personality. tennis now on top seems caroline
wozniacki and there was a lot of a breeze through their opening matches of the w. tour championships in doha a second seeded zone that all the crews and the johns of each six three six lovely in the wide group and in the maroon court said denmark's well number one of us now fresh and another russian play you know and demands of us six want six want to score in that one. now how about the boys one of the n.f.l.'s biggest franchises find themselves in a deep hole after monday's loss to the giants dallas fold to one in five on the season it was all going the cowboys way as a lie many were faked on the giants the first two possessions but then tony romo becomes a victim of a serious quarterback or mr pownceby assignment and almost goes down hard will miss up to six weeks with a broken cools well enough to that and that's all why do the quarterback knocked out by the g.-man this season it's now late in the second i take. him serious
for this for as the visitors go up by one before half time. and of course the giants running game as strong as ever want to now brandon jacobs a thirty yard rush to the zone the boys in big trouble now only one team can ever manage to make the playoffs after starting the season one and five. and staying with n.f.l. the san francisco forty nine ers touchdown in london on monday california inside will play a fourth a regular season game at the stadium this week and they take on the down more broncos and san francisco's had coach was quick to praise the benefits of the extended trip it really gives us to tune. becoming and. get away from the hustle and bustle would be n.f.l. . coming. look at me. moving to the eyes
hockey and the constant council league now where's to be to came back from three down to bit like i might say of five more and it's breezier only the second period that has some manage to score goals with sam minutes to go for that local we call lines then atlanta shootout with u.d.p. schooled the window for being the club's elsewhere and. go into overtime and had no problems against more three zero that. now the social impacts are just over three hours away but the final list of events hasn't yet been decided upon leaving hope for numerous outlets such as female ski jumpers who were hoping for an approval to be made this week by the international olympic committee stated on monday they will announce their decision after the upcoming world championships in no way.
in the same time. discussion. now science and sport are getting close sad one of the latest innovations the so-called genetic passport is an efficient way to increase sales results as i but i now explains. sport the wonder who will win everyone strives to find their physical and mental capacity and sometimes. with hard training always be must wait to success laden reserves human body can play an essential role in this respect. in the secret key to the knowledge. it's called genetic past. essentially
it's a kind of a database containing all the necessary information about one's d.n.a. or gene oh that's the way we can find nearly all about a person's genetic predisposition to certain diseases or deviations on the other hand it can be widely used in sport medicine as it helps us understand what kind of sport a person should go. according to russian scientists. there are two main types of genetic predisposition in terms of sports stem and. it wide range of genetic characteristics due to genetic passport made it very useful for parents wondering what kind of sport utility is the best for their kids. if it's trying to fly into their room and optimize their training. unfortunately fatal incidents are not a rare thing in professional sport now. so first of all the genetic passport lets us minimize the risks athletes have in terms of
a professional and. proper exercise and nutrition assistance which would make significant progress and achieve. passports gaining a lot of people already with russians boersma. arsenault starman and british and. they were really good there. as well as russian mixed why. do you think it's passed the genetic research and the fact is that more cars turned out to be a very good choice for me a combination of speed and. that's what you need both and friends of mine take my advice on what sport they should choose for their kids and they would also like them to follow me on the path of martial arts. so the future is nokia do with signs becoming more and more essential and his school is cheating. with russia you
just bring records show the bill in the party and on a sad note paul the predicting octopus died on tuesday in his tank in germany he was just two and a half years old most of you remember those scenes of paul predicting the results of games during the latest world cup in south africa maybe. less than two years away was too much for him to handle the oberhausen see live sound house the crate chase considering giving paul his cell small very well in his crowds and erecting a prominent. and news reps of the latest polls for the moment i'll have a look at the weather. sure is that so much as i can recall. the corruption in one form or another is
a chance for the deeds await countries and societies around the world that corruption is very much part of. download the official placation. i pod touch from the. life on the go. video on demand on teens in my old posts and sense feeds now in the palm of your. questions on the dot com your mom i'm sorry that i had to do this i've been in so much pain in the past year that i can't take it anymore the stomach and chest pains have been getting worse and no doctor has been able to help me
please know that i'll finally be at peace and with no more pain i wish i could have had a life with it was a bit always pictured her being my wife and mother to my kids i love you all see you all in heaven when your time comes i'm going to meet jesus christ. thousands of u.s. troops in iraq received one of these drugs a drug called lariam and it may have prevented many soldiers from getting sick the question tonight is whether or not soldiers were adequately warned about its rare side effects serious life changing side effects.
t.v. don't comb. a four way race is on for a newly discovered oil in the eastern mediterranean with israel and lebanon resorting to threats of war stake their claim. insider trading illegal for the average american but not of your party looks at how u.s. officials are using the legal loopholes to line their pockets. russia comes top for use violence and knife crime in a world health organization study but there are some signs of improvement. american support for kurdish only police force causes interethnic tension in iraq's cultural melting pot critics say violence is inevitable once the u.s. pulls out.
this is already coming to live from moscow i'm marina joshie welcome to the program recently discovered oil reserves in the eastern mediterranean looks set to become the latest point of tension in the troubled region at least four major competitors are staking their claim israel lebanon turkey and cyber us all want a peace but with no clearly defined maritime borders the fight could be lengthy bitter and even bloody. takes a closer walk. prayer is a long time in coming then we have been begging for a year a year please lord don't let me down don't let me down and finally jackie malaysia's praise have been answered the oil company he's invested in reportedly hitting bingo underground we're still talking about the largest amount of oil ever to be discovered in the state of israel there's a joke in israel that when moses led the jews.