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is an approved outrage is that all the money is being spent on these agricultural and foreign aid boondoggles outrages that the system is so undemocratic and now what you get much more often is a kind of you know what you expect the whole system is rushing and that's when you realize that the marriage is over and i think it's just a question of time and how we how we negotiate the most amicable divorce even going as far as to cool the relationship between your a crap and ordinary those is abusive yes in the sense that the ordinary voter if you like the voter i mean will not go in the order of the voter is seen as an inconvenience is seen as a problem you know when i think back to the way in which the french and dutch referendums were greeted six years ago. every single speaker with two exceptions in the entire european parliament stood up to say how do we get around this problem you know why did they get it wrong how do we how do we really educate voters you know i was reminded of those that eerie poem by bertold brecht where he says wouldn't it therefore be easier to dissolve the people and elect another in their
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place and that it didn't occur to anybody that the people have spoken and that therefore the politicians should listen talk to me about your assertion that it was brussels backed coups that toppled george papandreou in greece and silvio berlusconi in italy what proof do you have of that well in two countries a an elected prime minister was removed from office and replaced with a technocrat who had never stood for office in his life not just a technocrat for your account in greece it was the former head of the you're the former vice president of european central bank in italy it was a former european commissioner mario monti who as well as appointing yourself is prime minister appoint himself finance minister giving a whole new meaning to the phrase the full monty and didn't have a single elected doesn't have a single elected politician in the italian government right now both in the case of the property most administration in greece and the monti administration initially we were told that these were national governments that was the phrase used. and yet
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the whole purpose of these governments was to push through a program that would be rejected by the nation in the general election so if you like the the the last shreds of pretense were said to the velvet glove was taken off in the iron fist underneath which i'm sure you then had what was always implicit but is now explicit which is apparatchiks in brussels ruling directly through apparatchiks in rome and in athens with the people and their elected representatives cut out altogether i saw last week that mario monti said he might seek a second term i don't remember him seeking a first from your description it sounds terrifying easy for brussels today that what steps see your across have to take these were civilian jumpers ok it is true that the letter of constitutional propriety was observed in the sense that the parliament in both cases indorse the new government that's the case with every dictatorship starting from napoleon they always manage to get the parliamentary
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vote in their favor the reality is that we're dealing with administrations that have been imposed on countries because keeping those countries in the your was thought to be more important than allowing them to vote for the policies they want we do appear to be drawing nearer to a referendum on whether the u.k. should stay in the european union what would it take do you think for the government to take that final step well politicians in my experience feel the heat before they see the light i don't think any political party likes referendums to be honest because politicians are instinctively mistrustful of a process whose outcome they can't control nonetheless they all see that there is big public demand people want to be consulted they feel that it's a huge issue what country you want to belong to and that it's insulting and wrong not to allow people the referendum which all three parties were recently promising and all three have managed to draw back from i'll go so far as to say that the party which gets there first will probably win the next election the people who feel strongly about this may be
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a minority but they are not an insignificant minority and it's a vote determining issue for the chunk of the electorate. and so. it's almost as opposed like a kind of game theory like a prisoner's dilemma my the party desperately wants a referendum but neither can afford to let the other get there first what kind of referendum deems the course is simple in or out or a more complex constructs i think ultimately there will have to be an in out referendum i think it's the only one that makes sense you can't offer people something that you haven't yet negotiated or something that isn't in your gift to deliver i mean if you had a referendum and said wouldn't it be great if we opted out of all the following areas but remained in the free market will you know idea whether the e.u. is going to give you that and so you that that's a meaningless question unless the renegotiation is already being completed by then and that's how i think it it should happen let me be is generous as i can do people want to stay in and is fair about this is like and. if the problem is timing and what is going to emerge from the eurozone crisis because that's what we're told
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no one now admits to being against a referendum in principle what they're what they're now saying is now isn't the right time we've got to see what emerges fine if that's the case then pre-announce now and pretty legislate now for a referendum to take place in the say twenty sixteen. that's plenty of time you've then got four years you supporters of membership to come back with a deal that you reckon you can sell to the british people. and the fact that you preannounced that referendum means that all of the other member states also understand that if you don't get the deal that you can sell to the country the alternative is that we leave and we negotiate something differently from the outside i think if you did that then it is even possible that you could succeed in getting something along the lines of a swiss deal without calling it leaving i mean if it then becomes a presentational question whether you call it associate membership or whatever but what is absolutely certain is that if our own civil servants and if the other member states do not understand that is either a renegotiation or exit there will be no significant improvement in our terms of
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membership what about was all three parties saying and they which is you know we've got this crisis going on our main priority should be to reduce the deficit we don't have the time with inclination now to talk about having me referendum is wonderful isn't it we were told for twenty years that now was not the right time for a referendum because europe wasn't an issue and now we're told now it's a wrong time because europe is an issue you know the eurozone crisis and all this i mean it's the ultimate yes minister argument you know a perfectly good idea in principle minnesota perhaps now is not the most propitious occasion if not now when you know the eurozone crisis has wrecked the premise on which we joined it's falsified our membership terms europe is collapsing as a share of our exports the rest of the world is increasing almost by the minute as a share of our trade. the reason that we went in in the first place in the early seventy's in the argument has been deployed for nearly forty years has now been made redundant by the collapse of the eurozone economy and the militia insistence
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of the euro zone governments on accelerating all the policies that have created the crisis that now is the time for us to raise our eyes to more distant horizons and remember is the way the world daniel had on thank you very much thank you. it's perched atop a judge and the view from that the ball scrabble and stretches as far as the eye can see apt for a city to all of siberia for centuries. it lost its economic importance even before it was bypassed by the chance i bear in railway but the ball's cremains a spiritual center. things like these are
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a yearly occurrence thousands of orthodox worshippers implicity water to commemorate the baptism of jesus. was there when you pull up on board the it doesn't matter if it's minus thirty it's a siberian tradition i do it myself every year for everyone to overcome their worst fears it is desirable to take the plunge. but that's picture postcard churches the story of a city built by opportunist explorers political exiles and crafty fur traders in the fifteen eighties the russians had only just conquered siberia taking it from the muslims. surrounded by enemies to balls to be their stronghold constructed on top of the city but soon enough it became an economic hub siberian oil of its time bringing in a third of all russia's state revenue but the location head of the search for the
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russians. was one of the most popular places to send political dissent is not any people were exiled that once a giant bell that was used to incite riots was supposed to set a three hundred ten. the russian heiress across who led a revolt against the eight hundred twenty five known as the decembrists worse than hair and drove. there they created a replica high society adopting the latest fashions as soon as they came out or at least once they made it from paris to siberia. but the city also served up some bitter irony for the russian royal family after the bolshevik revolution. this is the office was nicholas the second spend most of the last year of his life his whole family had been exiled here they were the fairly comfortable existence this was a big house but they weren't allowed to see visitors or go outside themselves whilst leaving the ordinary normal countryside lifestyle they even had thoughts of escape
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but within the year bizarre and his family would be dead. never again its political significance but the streets will always echo with a glorious past and will likely provide the livelihood for some habitants in the future. by horse. by tractor. by car for the road. as a carpenter. as a stove setter. as a farmer. as an assistant. as
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a friend. as a relative. delivering post and delivering. i mean so the no use city in europe and the hosts of the twenty fourteen winter that
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top stories are an artsy global noise on tuesday with the demonstrations are staged in dozens of countries across the world as experts raise eyebrows over the decision to award the protests stricken european union with the nobel peace prize. syria bans turkish flights over its territory up to anchor on grounded a sewer and passenger plane for allegedly carrying russian weapons but moscow says the cargo contained brage equipment which poses no threat and falls within international law. and one of the three jailed members of the russian punk band pussy riot is released on appeal while the two other women continue to get prison sentences she looks into how the group became a lucrative international border. town of the latest action from the world of sport
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with. hello there thanks for watching and here's a taste of what's coming up on top of the world sebastian vettel wins by a massive margin in creates a lead formula one drivers championship. class scar's new star your cool troops his side to a thrilling six by victory over after the beast make a show. like the whole city legend john called killie look forward to what could be the warmest winter olympics on record as such continue preparations for the next game. but first sebastian vettel has won formula one scurrying grand prix the victory now puts the defending champion on top of the driver's standings with four races left he started behind red bull teammate webber who had pole position but the
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leader early on eventually winning by a massive eight second margin and to take his in a row with second while ferrari's fernando alonso i was the vettel is now six points clear of a long day when the standings to push for a six left. things are also hoping up in the motel g.p. title race danny danny claimed victory in japan and that puts him twenty eight points behind. you are you saying so britain's culprits complete the podium there are just three races that this season reigns there would be crowned world champion if you finish in the. meanwhile in our socket in our moscow stay on top of the western conference after a three two win over metal because net squad scarse. the third after coming from two down to win six five in a bottom side often with the least well the home side with the fast ones on the block still going to see. i mean it's just that with the first coming and the
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second but really cool to seeing set up a big team. the pull back before scoring himself late in the period that made it to see two people value me that is saying them put scar in front. and early in the second. tikkun of the netted his second to make it forty the game is far from over they could go after with the least likely see mccaw tied to game four for both sides then left again to make it by five with thirteen minutes to go swedish forward tony mortensen got scars when it was raining go to you catherine and i four points from top spot in the west with two games in hand. now there are just sixteen months to go before saatchi hosts the winter olympics but it's already a safe bet this will be against to remember that is according to the former olympic speech champion john called kelly who is now part of the i.c. delegation overseeing the city's development and spoke with robert that down yet. a
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great challenge for a big country in twenty fourteen this russian city of sochi will host the first winter olympics in the country's history. it is to be a well known seaside town but now with massive olympic preparations the future of the city itself is under construction benefits of having had the games will be there for ever in my opinion so it's a it's a better chance for this region today everyone in the world knows where searching is on the map i believe it's almost unique in the world because you have trees where the hockey tournament is going to be played and then twenty five minutes later by train a. fabulous ski resort this is very specific it's the sounds of russia it's very comparable to a place like this in france where you swim in the morning you wear your skin the morning and swim in the afternoon after a one hour car drive and. the world we know about it very soon
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holding the winter olympics in the southern climate is what makes the sochi games so special and so challenging three time olympic alpine ski jumping around and currently the chairman of the olympic ordination commission is uncle killie is sure winter will be there as soon as it's needed even despite the fact this could be the hottest winter olympics ever the snow is going to be made whenever it's possible. and today you can stall keep the snow and the protection during the summer but then use it for example. you can use it whenever you you want or need it. obviously that's the nation's. the source she games are also said to create some brand new experiences in olympic history something to make them through
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a year. nick the most compact games ever most athletes skiers we could own out of the chalet put their skis on and there are hockey player will walk to the ring as skaters. which is incredible. i don't think we have we have ever had that before while the sochi twenty fourteen official slogan was also revealed only twenty fifth of september hot to us i think it is terrific absolutely terrific because it's. it's a winter summer. yours it's north south it's. snow ice and yours and it's. i think it's one way to say the rest of the world is going to be welcome. to for a change in yours that's a gift from worship to the rest of the world and the best present would be for
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russia to do their first winter olympics into the best games ever robert brilliant forty. in tennis andy murray is defending his shanghai masters crown against novak djokovic in a repeat of the u.s. open final the match is just getting underway murray beat world number one roger federer in the termes and has a number let me record in shanghai never losing in these last three taunts here joke which though he's out of revenge having lost that it's a us open final said murray. now let's go to goal for john manning is feeling the pressure a bit at the frys dot com open in california the american remains on course for his maiden p.g.a. tour title but saw his four shot lead cut to two on the penultimate day card in eight shots carded eight shots worse than his course record equalling sixty two the day before although this effort on the thirteenth was pretty impressive nonetheless but breathing down his neck is swayed blixt he shot a sixty six to move him within two shots of the lead and just
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a further stroke back child and jason core cracks i want to play for you just one round remaining. or through been vice berger showed a steady hand to move in front of the portugal masters he had a second successive sixty five to move the shot ahead of overnight leader ross fisher the englishman hit a sixty nine and is still without a win since his ryder cup debut two years ago. let me kick boxing because moscow has hosted the seventh w five fight a tournament where despite one victory being claimed by men's world champion it was two female fighters who still stole the show because it shows as this report. kid boxing fans were in for a treat as they got to witness the seventh edition of the international w five fighter series with the first of the three main events beginning dramatically.
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demonstrated how to put on a show with her lively entrance so she won the more low key forward by beating slow verkin. zero point decision despite not fighting at her best. i wasn't really focused on the fight so i didn't really push my limits i think i've performed about fifty to eighty percent of what i can do i'm not very happy about it because you told me what to do but for whatever reason i didn't i just parañaque to because i didn't start the fight the way i was planning to so i just lost focus but stealing the limelight was world and european mind to a champion you could turn to you know one day as she also proved dominance in this john against slovakia new play you a bunch of the better russian was in control from the start but despite heavy pressure her opponent managed to hold on until the end of one birdie for one all three rounds on the score card to add another victory to her name which is really
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hard because i'm strictly might a fighter there's where i have claimed all my wall in european winning records but in this fight i can use my alberta's or a kick that i'm used to it i use the last three weeks you can please me guys my tactics overall it works only the beginning and there is still a lot of work to do. and in the last fight of the night former world champion bledisloe of course show blitz dutchman leonardo tom who was saved by the bell in the first round but the ukrainian finished the job early in the second inflicting a first defeat in russia on his opponent while clingier confident secure win out of two from his visits to the country. in the first round i felt he was scared so i started to pick on him and also he didn't keep his arms up high enough i noticed that he does this when i watch videos of his fights so i focused on this and it seems to have worked out so another victory for the twenty year old fighter though
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many were left waiting in anticipation for their next bout on what could probably have been called ladies' night nick a large rolls or team oscar so that's how the sport looks for a moment got more later. i mean so the oldest city in europe the hosts of the twenty fold see in winter the pick a. sunset. thank you a. saucy . thank you the. way a. dog days are. the pride days it. is so common. sudsy it's so true. the are.
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