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ah ah, i don't think i know as world ladies move on from the g. 20 it isn't all smiles. as the french president there claims his striving counterpart was lying about that trouble deal for submarines while delegates gathering scotland for the un crucial climate summit with cause to have emissions. but there are also cries if at hawk or c is around $400.00 private jets will reportedly fly in the eye pays for the event . and in a decade long case, the canadian court is ruled that a comedian didn't cross the line when he made jokes about a disabled child. and singer must be a star between hatred and comedy between by allow, you know, and free speech. no one saying there shouldn't be consequences,
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but the argument is the consequence should not be. you been by tens of thousands of dollars and not be o as actually not allowed to criticize someone. ah hello, good afternoon, just got 1 o'clock in moscow. you watching artie international now europe's energy crisis cove id and an agreement on global corporation tax. these just some of the issues world lead is got to grips with at the g. 20 summit in italy over the weekend. it was the group's 1st in person gathering since the start of the pandemic, but it didn't pass with act some controversy with the french president accusing his australian counterpart of lying about that controversial deal for submarines i do see when, when we have with you have to be to and you have to behave in mine and consistently with i do i don't think i know you feel at all i did the 5
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will tell it was a contract before the summer got underway. there was an olsen meeting between us president joe biden and french president emanuel micron. the intention of that gets together had been to extinguish the awkwardness over the orchestra defense hocked, not signing of a deal between australia, the united kingdom in the united states had essentially cut france out of a 66000000000 us dollar deal to sell australia. so marines on friday, the mood was very much one of reconciliation with the u. s. in france publicly burying the hatchet. joe biden saying the whole misunderstanding was down to miscommunication. i was under the impression that phrase, form long before that you what among whom i on
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the idea that the u. s. wasn't aware that signing the orchestra packed words could france out of that submarine deal with australia? doesn't really sac hope. when you listen to walked, australian prime minister scott morrison, hot to say in response to that biden statement, could be pretty much some dope us. hang on that, joe. we let you know exactly what was going to happen. it was always a difficult decision force trailer. it was the right decision force trailer and worked closely with the united states and united kingdom, and we kept them up to date the u. s. administration with where we're at. and i'll various discussions with france while that su remains an issue. president biden does get to celebrate. the g 20 leaders approving his proposal for a global minimum rate of corporation. tax bows supporting the u. s. president and joe biden. himself of hailed this as a big success. what the tax plan is designed to do is set a global minimum rates of corporation tax at 15 percent with the idea being that
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those countries that will have to raise their tax rates use that extra money that's generated in order to phone social programs to help the poor in society septic say that this is only really going to benefit already rich countries like the united states who will also be the ones to enforce it. the u. s. is said to raise its current 21 percent corporation tax to 28 percent charities that work to help those in poverty. her voice, serious concerns over this plan. this deal is a shameful and dangerous capitulation to the low tax model of nations. it is a mockery of fairness that robs pandemic ravaged, developing countries. the world is experiencing the largest increase in poverty and decades and a massive explosion in inequality. but they steal will do, little or nothing to halt either. instead, it is already being seen by some wealthy nations, is an excuse to cut domestic corporate tax rates, risking a new race to the bottom. that's it for the g. 20 leaders summit 2021 next year.
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the event moves to indonesia with the leaders meeting in bali. peter, all of a r t. rowe for many of those are world leaders are now in scotland at the moment for the you ends cop 26 climate summit. and while they plan on which path we should take, the participants themselves are accused of hypocrisy for doing little to actually reduce their own carbon footprint. warden, $400.00 private jets will reportedly be used to fly in guests for the event. a with
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000-000-0000, i to hear blah blah, and where has bed led us. well ahead of the climate talks britton's prime minister has called for robust measures to have emissions adding did if glasgow fails, the whole thing fails. artie, shelley edwards dashti looks now whether previous green promises have actually been kept on paper, the u. k. is paving the way so clean a green, a renewable energy for human on the small print. it tells a totally different story report is found proposal for 40 potential new fossil fuel extraction projects that are nearly triple the u. k. annual greenhouse gas emissions. hardly a good start ahead of 26 am to delivering on these pledges. the solution to climate
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change is clear. it lies in consigning dirty fossil fuels like co to history in ditching gas guzzling modes of transport. we've decided to put coal behind us, seen who, if we want to reach the subject that we all need to move to carbon neutrality by 2050. the wheels of the net 0 band walker and wobbling as green energy alternatives like wind and solar home, toys reliable that to the fuel crisis. and there's only one way to go backwards. you're resorting to old school power results is like colon gas, long shun for it's carbon emissions, which hasn't gone down to while at all the
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things where the point there's been $25.00 previous cox and everyone's wondering why you know, how to success so far. busy you know, emissions are arise and there's just you know, unprecedented will for a change that hasn't been necessarily our previous cult, i think so on november, the 6th day of action, climate, justice advice and people marching through classical and i think it's possible for a decision makers to ignore, armed with a power crisis and low winter ahead of calls, politicians are stuck between a rock and a hard place trying to keep homes heated without going on their way. so does that mean it's a lose lose situation? we're going to have to look at the immediate problem which is electric, which is an energy shortage or in the u. k. huge amounts of come money and companies that are pretty much during boston tonight. so you have the short term solution, which is how do we get to the winter and the long term solution,
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which is finding out exactly how we made to renewables in a sustainable way, in a way that's cost effective. russia is happy to step in, but the e. u is giving moscow the red light. we can't allow ourselves to be blackmailed by russia. the common tie gas prices are 1st and foremost, the result of high demand and low supply. russia is playing a game of poker. payton says, europe's gas crisis was largely its own fault and denies as using energy as a political weapon. receive option, the schools didn't rushes, not using any weapons. where are we using weapons and what conflicts are we taking part? this is what i call a politically motivated talk. there's nothing to support it. we are actually increasing our supplies to europe. shout prom increases supplies by 10 percent. we are increasing, though not decreasing. our gas supply to europe, they you have it. what's another issue, muddied by politics. in the meantime, winter is coming. energy prices are skyrocketing and households employees to freeze
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. but none of that is deterring cop 26 from its mission of saving the planet. and don't forget, of course there's a big carbon footprint being left by all those planes carrying world leaders and the delegations to and from the cop 26 summit. chatty edwards, dashti ot not judges have ruled that a comedian who marked a disabled child singer did not breach the youngest, his rights to dignity mike ward is hailed. the decision by canada supreme court is part of a growing backlash against cancelled culture. has both sides reacted to the really i like o j i one. this is less, i'm so happy. i think this is a good sign for comedy. i think this means the pendulum is about to swing the other way. medians are going to be able to keep on doing jokes. i would want to tell him about how i fell when i 1st heard the the
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job as a 13 years old to just think about gang because a 40 year old man say so that you should go singer jeremy gabriel. there he is. now . 24 was born with head deformities. he found fame in 2006 and even perform for poke benedict. the 16th, but from 2010 war did begin to make jokes about his disability. gabrielle was 13 at the time and say, and says it made him suicidal and that he was bullied at school, or gabriel to family father human rights complaint, but candidates highest court said that the singer was targeted not because of his disability, but because of his fame they acknowledged, though, that some of the comedians comments were nasty and disgraceful, but they did not incite the audience to treat gabriel, a sub human. while mister ward receive support from the comedy world or some people
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have thought to say that they believe that such jokes must have consequences. we put the issue up for debate. you know, i, i agree with the court's conclusion. i mean that they acknowledge said that this was a nasty thing that was said, but you know, it doesn't go as far as to, you know, have a legal financial consequences for this person. when mister ward comes to your town, you have the option to not buy a ticket. you can ignore his podcast. you have the right to do all those things. but should he be prosecuted in a court of law? that takes it a bridge way too far. in my opinion, we have to sink about. he was a child, he was 13 years old. and i truly believe we should safeguard our children more because especially in this case he was not only a child, but he was and he still is disable. so you know, the must be a stall between hatred and comedy between violence, you know, and free speech. god to charge in and find a guy tens of thousands of dollars for
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a joke, comedy and joking. and freedom of speech is a human right. when did this change? this is nuts to me. and you know, i have to disagree with the, the woman who spoke before, but this, he was not making fun of his disability. he was primarily making fun of people who thought the kid was so weak that you couldn't comment and make fun of his singing is still alive. he the only thing that from what is it looks a little different. and he, you know, he has to wear a hearing aid. i, we shouldn't be treating people like so differently. i mean, have some respect for the guy. he's not some weakling that you need to defend like this. first of all, he was violence. verbal violence towards a child that was 13 years old and disabled child. i don't care if it wasn't a driver in his disability. he was suicidal after that. and you come be free to say
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whatever you want and be buying renting every way you want in that and you know in your job, i'm gonna ship a nurse. if tomorrow i treat my disable, you know, employee like that, i would go to court to because doubt consequences for every one of us, for what we do in our life. okay. it's not only speech is an action, no one saying there should be consequences. but the argument is, the consequence should not be, you mean by tens of thousands of dollars and not be a less centrally not allowed to criticize someone. well, i just want to say this in response to that, a lot of comedians and, and i would like to think i'm one of them. it is possible for us to have 2 thoughts in our head at the same time. thought number one, that's a joke that a lot of us would never make. i personally would never make a joke like that. that's me. ah, but another thought that i am also able to have in my head at the same time is i can see the dangerous slippery slope of having legal consequences for someone who chooses to make such
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a joke. even if i find it an incredibly poor taste. and you know, free speech is just her virtue that i think is very important and without it, i certainly wouldn't have a job. so how does he hear naughty relatives of an elderly french woman, he died when police fight a tig asked grenade into home the keys, the government of concealing evidence. we hear from a son just off to the brain. ah, ah, is you'll media a reflection of reality in the world transformed what will make you feel safer? hi sir. lation for community. are you going the right way or are you being led to some with what is true?
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a cover up. soon as they do, our ne was reportedly closing her apartment shutters when she was hit, with the canister during yellow vest protests in mar, say back in 2018. she died the next day from her injuries. police say though it was a tragic accident and the combination of circumstances we spoke to her. so my mother is you not? it is one of the problems, is that my mother is algerian. can you imagine how the french government would have reacted different algerian man had treated a french woman in the same way? the police was standing right in front of the building where my mother lived and they were aiming upwards. they weren't shooting in an ark shaped trajectory. they were aiming straight at my mother's apartments. my mother was hit by a g l i a 40 guest grenade, which they were using against the protest. us, in my opinion, what france is doing is wrong. instead of solving the problem of french people through peaceful negotiations, the police resort to grenades and the use of force. i don't think it's justified.
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this is not the way we should solve problems with the explosive tear gas grenades the playing hughes were banned in 2020 and have cause severe injuries among french protesters. they were replaced with a t n t free alternative. well, they writes group c say it's unclear whether the new ones are actually any safer. now the case is in eb at, i do, our ne is not the only one when bystanders and protests is have died or have been c so seriously injured. and french police do have repeatedly, yeah, have been repeatedly accused of abuse of power during the suppression of mass protest. her son shared his thoughts on the issue, not in ha, the french state hasn't taken responsibility for my mother's case form. interior minister caston had expressed his opinion about the incident even before he had all the details necessary for the investigation. it seems to me that the state wants to protect the police. the judges and the marcia police are in collusion. in fact,
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the general inspectorate of the national police actually did its job as it conducted an investigation showing special police forces were responsible for this . but the investigation was concealed in order not to make public the discovered facts. however, we have conducted our investigation and we have the evidence. it was not yellow vests who were responsible for the grenade accident, but the state security police force that a groups are accusing the biden administration of abandoning their former allies and citizens in afghanistan. we heard from one interpreter, he worked for coalition forces. he is though for his life and asked for his identity to be disguised. they should make priority for bills. interpreters who are working alongside would use army unused government. why they are not look in why they are ease, department of defense is not look and how money, how many interpreters we might enough dennis on. they should be given the list for
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the used department of states that these interpret as a reminder left in afghanistan, we need to make navy great at 1st. not like, look, local people not like anybody can says to we will take a look at that. 22000 people is like our local people. they don't have documents, they don't have any drinks. i have a lot of opportunities. i have a documents. i have a letter recommendation letter from my supervisor my at the company which i was working with them. something called a mission essential and me be mission essential, personal, how their charlotte are and also recommendation. i have a lot of documents but still remind here nothing was received. i don't know why is that still the problem is what's the problem? well, the i secretary of state anthony blink and does say that they are working on fulfilling their commitments and that all american citizens and former afghan allies will be rescued as soon as possible. it's not just though the u. s. facing criticism about this because a group of 30 britons have slammed the u. k. government for not getting them on
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flights. and also prioritizing the evacuation of american citizens over them. chaos engulf copolla portion. late august, when hundreds of thousands of desperate afghans and foreigners did scramble to board, the final evacuation flights out of the country. after the taliban took power. 2 times 2 jarvis received a direct warning from taliban from the intelligence recalled the scent of laura. i just twice changed my house vacations to tell honest, don't find my houses because i just written this email to that some of the association which so i find it from the shell media to sir. my life is extremely in danger. we need help. we need the help to how to move from afghanistan safely to not get hurt. my family not get hurt myself our, my related, i'm not cancer about myself. i am concerned by my family because i all truly are
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twice. we change our location because tell them unintelligence looking for me in the middle, trying to find me because of that. i don't half anyways, the nurse kept me mixed strongly suggest from the used department of states or mr. defense. you the department of defense to support me to help me get out safely from afghanistan, with my family. residence in san francisco, a turning to private security firms is police failed to cope with an alarming rice and crime in the us city. a car break ins and home robberies had become the biggest problem for the area. and the mid, the surgeon trying business is booming for private security firms. we heard from allen by ard an officer with one of those companies. he told us that the police simply lack the manpower to cover everything effectively. not too many people want to become a police officer anymore. we have a couple of people that were working for us that were with s f p d,
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but no longer, we're still. ready looking for officers, since we're having the same problem, getting people that san francisco police have well, authorities, they say that the numbers have increased since caused to defund. the police took effect. the figures show over 400 cases of violent crime in may compared to just stay with 300 at the same time last year. and there's also been a spike in the number of fest from cars. and, and bio again says that people are losing patience with the situation. one of the things i've noticed, especially when the pandemic started, was very, very large increase in cry or grease auto, burglaries, assaults, robberies. everything went up the beginning of the pandemic, the citizens here. they do pay taxes, lots of taxes,
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and they would like to see more police. unfortunately, that's not in the budget right now. there is a lot of upset people with our district attorney. they feel that a lot. ready of this is his fault, it's the citizens that are going to finally get fed up enough and you know, they're going to let the board of supervisors know that this will no longer be tolerated. and the board of supervisors puts pressure on the mayor and it's up to them to, you know, get more money to the police. now before we get this address, to remind you, we have a website for his stories, including this article on a recent scandal that hi shelter. many people in russian woman was to find out the she posted on line racy taste. taken of her in front of one of russia, nice to iconic cathedrals. it was considered a breach of rational as an offense to the orthodox community. she was like to release,
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the customer with ah, a with madison return senior watching going underground. coming up the show is called 26. um it hosted by you came by minister maurice johnson, the sham we ask the tories form a u. k. state minister for energy and climate change. why? greenhouse gas levels hit record highs in 2020. despite to corona virus pandemic, and as nature nation sanctions exacerbate the global karone of ours,
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pandemic and central banks attempt to avert and other western economic crisis is crypto currency, the key to breaking the cycle of corrosive capitalism. all the small coming up in today's going underground, but 1st u. k. p. m lawrence johnson. and some world leaders have been up in scotland for the call 26 environmental summit. this is the un won't. humanity is way off track to reach paras, climate goals. after report by the world meteorological organization revealed greenhouse gas levels reached record highs in 2020, despite global corona virus loc downs. joining me now from london is britain's former minister of state for energy and climate change in the executive chairman of the m plus group. thank you so much old bach of her. her coming on. i don't want to sound like doom and gloom, but this is a, this seems quite horrifying. the deed, we had a 5.6 percent decline and emissions because of kobe and so on. and yet this is a record year for c o 2 methane and nitro dioxide. or is it too late? this comp 26 summit? it's not too late by any means,
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but it does underline the huge scale of the challenge that we have before us. and why it's absolutely vital that well leaders meeting at glasgow under the presidency of forest johnson do actually step up to the plate and come with pledges that are commensurate to the scale of this huge challenge. okay? but i understand that you are on something called the world banks, carbon pricing, leadership, coalition, carbon pricing, of a free market, a way of trying to combat climate change. we know big companies already avoiding tax escaping taxes. what is carbon pricing? and what role does it have to play in combat climate change? so the carbon pricing leadership coalition is the world bank's major initiative to help drive the global economy towards a low carbon model of business. and carbon pricing. simply put is a way of putting a true cost on pollution.


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