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the treasury writes a check to 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 the overall net deal over which the treasury has a pair of limited say so that's not necessarily well spent however. if you factor in 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 say you membership so there's a huge question mark there which taxpayers alliance and other organizations are campaigning to get the answer to where does that money get 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 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
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are overall net contributors a country like france is much more it's 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 country is that it's 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 regulations and 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 officials the committee commission's own osa testing the cost of the regulations. is that in terms of the u.k.
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is greater than the actual value of the trade that it's meant to regulate because the regulations of a 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 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 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
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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 of ten years on which it looks hypothetically at where the u.k. would be in any country would it would be were we to leave the european union what you 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 viewpoint it's just a waste of money isn't it a bit 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 you know that that money and you talk about a global economy but of course the money isn't going to. say. north
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america 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 have gone less less far than not such as switzerland you have countries which have got bilateral trading agreements such as canada and mexico which cover a wide range of things and are very similar in style to the e.c.u. agreements accession agreements some years back without
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a lot of the that that the burdensome regulations and that and the bureaucracy attached 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 allying in a series cheating with with brussels 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 you should check things or what we have to remember this is a perspective which is much broader than the now a perspective that politicians like to the center focus on politicians when they talk about the european union talk about what's happening now what's on the agenda now what's in 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 world of
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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 a 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 club and your bills kept going up and you had to basically the rules changed 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
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member this coughed up rather 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 russ 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 of the world war than becoming part of
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a regional association which is risks becoming a professional protectionist block now you could also argue that united states is a 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 the e.u. why don't we just signed up to become a state 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 u.s. to form there and after they haven't signed an agreement to have a as of a federal government to encompass 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 and offer let's not pretend it's either the e.u. or bolivia and there are lots of choices around there and if we are having a global trading network and interrelated post mcelhone age then then we shouldn't
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be too. little england 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 euro zone 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 be have 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 idea. 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
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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 regenerated now people accept that because there is this sense of of the democrats the sense of common citizenship in a sort of sharing together we don't get in the 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 the united states is a federal system which has what twenty times the federal spending power of the european union the price for having that sort of model which is more or less an
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effective economic system is too high for the political for the different governments who are creating european economic union because it acknowledged that already that it was a european superstate with a huge central bank and a role for large amounts of central taxation being spent. as a price too high to pay but because the idealism is paramount if people went ahead without all the same and the us and is paying the price today. thank you very much thank you. there is not enough space for them on the ground. under the sun. fill the gap of adrenaline.
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these three minutes rain oil reserves are the latest point of tension in the troubled region a four way race is on with israel and lebanon resorting to threats of war to stake their claim. american support for a kurdish holy police force because it causes interethnic tension in iraq's cultural melting pot known kurds in the city fear that a u.s. pullout will lead to bloodshed. russia has come top for use violence and knife crime in a world health organization study experts blame parents for not paying enough attention to their kids. insider trading illegal for the average american but not if you are a senator or the wall street journal says many are taking advantage of the our knowledge of markets the often have direct influence over. those we have lines
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here in our tea and sports next with you know neil. great to have you with us this is sports today i'm you know these are some of our stories. solid start on the reeva's chances of ending this season the world number one remains after the russian takes care of. into the. top of the pile no russians but a hefty seventy six barcelona players make the list of the twenty. award given to the world's best footballers. boxing tennis ball ice hockey athletics the list of sports a child can choose to do is virtually endless which is the best choice scientists believe they have discovered how to find the perfect fit for every. intriguing story and more are not coming up now eight of the world's top female tennis players
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are currently in doha bottling it all for the w t a championship the qatari tournament a big one for a russian. twenty six two on the verge of becoming the world's top ranked player if things go her way so maria doing her part by easily sweeping aside the art of sorts and a yank of h. in the opening match of the white group. setting the tone by taking the first set six three building on her confidence from their own end. able to do anything in the ensuing set with the world number two prevailing six three six love so reeva needs to win in the group to make it into the final to have a shot at the world number one ranking caroline wozniacki needs to win one more group much to maintain her status at the top after this posing. to progeny of a lump of gold medalist meant to be on the able to put up much of a fight against this season's most decorated player was in. a meeting six titles
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this year dominant. in the opener taking it to six. the second set was more of the same with the russian suffering a six one six one defeat so one more victory but you know nothing will remain the. prince is on to football were seven of spain's world cup winning squad have been shortlisted for fifth player all of the year award but there's no joy for russia this season not one of dick advocates charges making the twenty three month short list winning ballon d'or holder lionel messi he's there of course is a. christiana rinaldo but it's messy as the boss of the team it's dominates the cup to fit boosting six players who could lift football team express to just individual award favorites for gloria jen research money in zurich a world cup winners beaten finalist dutchman schneider all of inter.
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for real madrid men making the list but none of them could help the galactic coast pass third tier mercia on tuesday evening in the competition rate the price of this mom alone is twice the worth of the entire c. of squad but even christiane i'll go find the inside shot stopper more than up to the task dummy hernando is brilliant on more than one occasion not before kickoff this memorial mudguard jones in marino had promised retribution if his team failed to win the fourth round first leg prashant it seems the hard training can begin after another this is inspired this but i know how it ended the smirks. on boston the way following that is. the real story should maybe look to munich for some tips on in particular byron's schweinsteiger the german international with a wonder goal of the second of the night to secure the defending champions of third drawn berth in the german cup at the expense of verger brain. it's going.
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from bad to worse for one of the n.f.l.'s preseason favorites dallas with a solid three win and five losses following defeats to the new york giants it was old going the cowboys where early on though with eli manning picked on the giants first to possessions but then tony romo becomes a victim of this year's curse a whole host of signal callers are through injury already this season missed offensive assignments a rumor goes down hard up to eight weeks with a broken collarbone late in the second money takes over throwing at thirteen yards to steve smith for the score of research go up by one for half time the giants running game and turning out a strong as ever done in jake up here in the third with a thirty yard rush to the end zone you're sick at forty one thirty five they moved to five and the season is a record dallas can retreat. either money picky hour until margaret so we'll be adding some silverware to their collection on the
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van by the third day the vacant world stripper welterweight championship belt on the line of the cowboys stadium promoter bob stating looks as focused as ever ahead of the ballots but is hoping floyd mayweather jr resolves his mounting legal troubles for a mega much up soon with the filipino. there's only one by has priority and that's me with. that. weekend. for us is mayweather and secondly more important than even mayweather is the judge. obviously you can't do a mayweather fight if the judge is going to schedule with a trial. so we'll see november mind you know find out what's going on. with mayweather least of the judicial system but that's certainly. manny's first priority ok another sporting spectacle will swing through arlington texas before
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the cowboys stadium though that twenty ten world series featuring the texas rangers the san francisco giants set for a start later on wednesday the rangers have far surpassed expectations this year with cliff lee instrumental in the win over reigning champions yankees to get to the finals the giants are seen here feeding the phillies to reach the big dance have plenty of big hitters. to have closer brian wilson to look to as well of course they'll want to make the most out of the first two games in san francisco before they head to texas on the tuba thirtieth unless the series is a sweep the finals will head into november for the second straight year but only the third time in history. sticks i never thought just which sports you are would have been best suited for well scientists believe they have the answer to the very question the soon named chain net take passport robert for donnie and got himself down to the lab to discover more.
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sport a wonderful world where everyone strives to find the limits of their physical and mental capacity and sometimes goes beyond it with hard training always being a must on the way to success laden reserves of the human body can play an essential role in this respect keep in the secret key to the knowledge he's violent baled it's called genetic passport but the essentially it's a kind of a database containing all the necessary information about one's d.n.a. or geno that's the way we can find out 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 for according to russian scientists andree and the leg load of there are two main types of genetic predisposition in terms of sports stamina and
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power it wide range of genetic cook three six bailable due to genetic passport made a very useful tool for parents wondering what kind of sport activity is the best for their kids professional athletes trying to fine tune their home and optimize their training was like these unfortunately fatal incidents are not a rare thing in professional sport nowadays so first of all the genetic passport lets us minimize the risks athletes have in terms of their professional a pivotal what can also recommend proper exercise and nutrition assistance which would help an athlete make significant progress and achieve high result. and to make passports a great deal of gaining a lot of popularity with leading russians boys men to lead so far arsenal starman and brash amin and heavyweight boxing giant. they will regard their own genetic i.d.'s. as well as russian make spike and then you live there is a killer. i think it's collection of past the genetic research and the fact is that
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marshall cars turned out to be a very good choice for me a combination of speed and jury ability that's what you need both in boxing and wrestling and friends of mine take my advice on what sport they should choose who their kids and they would often like them to follow me in the path of martial arts so the future is nokia to do with sun's becoming more and more essential and his poor achievement with russia you just bring records you show. marty finally hey may be gone but he's certainly not forgotten the tentacles of death catching up with the most famous seppala pawed who ever lived that is of course paul the octopus now he was just two and a half years young paul dying on choose me in this time in germany being born octopus rules to global fame correctly predicting all seven of germany's world cup results this past summer choosing the winning team fly when given
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a choice of two tasty muscles on live television over house and see life center is now considering giving paul is only burial plot i will also produce a best d.v.d. compilation to deal with the death of mourning the death of the leg. just so that's all i have to say about all your sport i'll see you soon the world weather summing up in just a tick. culture is that so much as i can recall if you wanted to hear it corruption one form or another is a cancer that gives away in countries and societies around the world that corruption is very much part of.
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a four way race is on for a newly discovered oil in the eastern mediterranean with israel in lebanon resorting to threats of war to stake their claim. american support for kurdish only police force causes interethnic tension in iraq's cultural melting pot critics say violence is inevitable once the us pulls out and. russia can stop or use violence and knife crime in a world health organization study but there are some signs of improvement. insider trading illegal for the average american but not if you are a senator r t looks at how u.s. officials are using legal loopholes to line their pockets and.
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this is r t coming to life from moscow one pm here on marina josh welcome to the program now this covered or oil recently discovered oil reserves in the eastern mediterranean a look 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 cyprus all want a peace but with no clearly defined maritime borders the fight could be lengthy bitter and even bloody policy or takes a closer look. prayer is a long time in coming more than you who could have been begging for you yeah please don't let me down don't let me down and finally jackie relations praise have been on sid the oil company he's invested in reportedly hitting bingo underground still talking about the largest amount of oil ever to be discovered in the state of these rooms there's a joke in israel that when moses laid the jews out of egypt.


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