ah, and a superstar novak jock of it is diff portal from us trailer after called upholds a controversial decision to conflict. visa, that means the reigning 3 neuro champion, will miss the australian open. and in the stories that shapes the weak, high stakes talks over ukraine between russia, nato wrap up with moscow accusing alliance of trying to wind like the clock to the cold war. nato understands the principle of the indivisibility of security selectively. if nato applies a policy of containment against russia, moscow will have to take a calendar, move on to cuddle your pets and to star jones to stay warm this winter. a major british energy company feels the heat for its advice. while fuel costs rockets, i think they've completely lost the cloth on that. i have to say, wait a minute,
our in house because we're trying to get the close down thing. what else with welcome to the weekly hearing off the international. my name is peter scott and these the stories that shaped the news this week. novak joker, which has been deported from australia, the tennis world, number one, was forced to leave after a court upheld a decision to revoke his visa over vaccine issues. that means he'll now miss the australian, open the tennis association of the starter home country of serbia, pull no punches in his reaction to that decision. the tennis association of serbia expresses its great disappointment with this decision of the australian court. this time politics has won over sport, the best tennis player in the world, novak jock of ich validly fulfilled all the prescribed requirements and rules of the organizes of the australian open in the host country for participation in the
tournament, which was confirmed by the decision of the court of the same country, serbian sporting and indeed top political officials certainly making their feelings felt about the deportations on. yeah, absolutely. and the impression that this is mainly a political decision and increasingly coming from many quarters around the world, what didn't from of course, another job which faith to court cases in australia. that 1st court case was based on a kind of he's off his visa, off his medical exemption id submitted, his documents. his evidence on his medic looks at reception in a timely unappropriate minor case was won by his legal team, a judge ruled in his favor. this cool case was based on something very different by the powers that immigration minutes, the attic for you to deport him from the country. and that was based on the perception that he could be, quote, an icon for the anti back movement, enough pose a risk, some sort of health risk for australia. and even perhaps insight civil unrest,
quite strong was of course there used by austrian officials and we heard of course from myo street prime minister. scott morrison, who said a multiple occasions. this is a defense of the countries borders. that the reason was trailer had relatively few deaths, relatively few cases was because the country had defended their borders so strongly . that was also echoed by immigration minister, alex ford, who said he welcome this decision of defending australia's borderline of keeping people safe. the association of tennis professionals has not so outright criticize this decision. they've not outright been critical of the decision, but expressed that regret what's happened. the thing is not good for the image of tenants as a sport is not good without the least of participated and things would have been better had they turned out differently. so being leaders, serbian top officials have certainly not meant that word and stating this decision was political. this was put in place to make an example of no joke of which it was
very easy for us rental for it is to say from the very beginning that okay, only vaccinated on inoculated people could enter australian territory. but it, in the face, hope everything completely different story including this medical exemptions i think was fairly and what's right for it is cumulative themselves was this kind of procedures pursuing against your courage the years. i think the decision is scandalous. i'm disappointed and i think it showed how the rule of law functions in some other countries, that is how the rule of law does not function. it is incredible to me how we have to totally oppose court decisions within just a few days. so there have been 11 days of physical and psychological harassment. i think many will take away 3 aspects from the court decision, its politics perception and precedent. because ultimately this decision has been
taken by the immigration minutes, the based on his perception, but noble joker, which is perceived by others as an anti backs icon, whatever that may mean. and this could have consequences beyond so which be on cobra restrictions beyond tennis. that's why the president and the people could be back and forth and based on perceptions allow the bottom line though, for the player himself down is that in years to come, the record books are going to simply show the joke of which did not win his for in a row he did not win his 21st grand slam and for whatever reason valid or otherwise as you've been going through a trillion officials have cost him the chance to make history. yeah, absolutely, and the certainly the reaction has been coming in throughout the day and will continue to do so. joker bits himself has of course left australia to the people tracking he flies on flight radar as it left australia to, to go home joker. but to say he's extremely disappointed, he will, they respect the decision, he will corporate with authorities. but really we have seen out pouring of support
for the sub, the incentive supply. we saw the stair, the images of people in the streets supporting him and protesting against that decision to keep them attention for days while his case was resolved. and indeed, a host of tennis players around the wells have so expressed their indignation the worst or best at least disappointment that things have worked out the way they have the very sad day in history of tennis. it's sad when politics beat common sense, the laws one for all, but interpretations are different for all shameful to target one because of his believes, which are different from others. you know, when an icon of free choice isn't welcome in a western country, things have gone back crazy. there was a political agenda at play here with the elections coming up, which couldn't be more obvious. this is not his fault. he did not force his way into the country and did not make his own rules. he was ready to stay home with an
association of serbia, just another organization that really questioned the message. australia is sending in the way it treats athletes ahead of, of course, hosting, mailing games in bruce, but in 20 about 2. saying when serbia host sporting events they will treat to athletes and interact with abilene was albany questions and a very different way. and also saying that the impartiality, the sacred, limbic rule of impartiality had not been a product, a joker, which in this case all the former tenant stars, have gone even further. one form a professional tennis player during power lows with bowman to view flavio back in the late ninety's. and what has happened today in a fiery message, bombs were thrown by world powers at civilian facilities in our city. and our youngest fellow citizens and friends were killed. now the world's powerful are putting pressure on you to give up because in other ways, in a fair and sporty way, no one can defeat you. whatever you view and what's happened, the joke of it, this is a motive issue as we can see from money is going to continue to draw motions under
. but as the days goes on, because as we said this has why the ramifications and just joke of it's just cobra, just tennis to do with him for shot as he legality. the way athletes are treated as people who bear responsibility for public opinion. so lena, motive issue and one that will continue to cover, obviously in the coming days. well, ellis costs more all through the book making sense of sports believes the australian governance has made jock of which a martyr by deporting him. this is a manifestly political decision, as the world knows of scott morrison has the federal elections looming in about 4 months time. and he's been rewarded this morning with a response from the australian public, which seems to endorse the decision of the australian government to deport jocko village where the thing that the, the australian government has missed. that it said before alex hall,
the immigration minister said i don't want to make a martyr out of our hero out of joke of it by allowing him to play. but. busy by deporting him, by excluding him from the to the tournament is done exactly that because anti vax is around the world now will be looking to jo coverage and saying this guy's been persecuted for no other reason than the fact that he is exercising his individual liberty his choice not to be vaccinated, and of course he will become a martyr. the kremlin is insisting on a concrete response from the u. s. to its proposed security guarantees. washington says it's a give it in writing next week. it follows in depth talks between moscow and nato, russia. harvest that those negotiations highlighted continue in differences with ukraine being the main stumbling block is artesia labinski. how do you solve a problem? like russia?
east under false weight is for a shot to deescalate it is russia that has to make a start trice, the escalation and diplomacy, or confrontation and consequences. what was the view from the u. s. a. nato, after they held a series of meetings with their russian counterparts. on the one hand, they repeatedly said they were there to find solutions on the other. and that solution was some have suggested one sided. russia has to make giant straw towards it. do you think it's a military presence anywhere near ukraine? if there is to be a di escalation of tensions for the russian delegation than double speak was too much. we are fed up with loose dog, half promises, misinterpretation of what happened, that different forms of negotiations have behind closed doors. we do not trust the
other side. so to see we need iron clad. waterproof bulletproof, the legally binding guarantees not assurances, not safeguards guarantees. russia was also accused of not being serious about finding solutions to ease the frictions as it continued to deny its planning to invade ukraine. moscow. sadie to put forth clear proposals before the meetings took place, outlining what assurances it wanted from the west for its own security. that crucially included nato slamming the door on membership to post soviet countries like ukraine. moscow also hit out that meters idea of security didn't extend to non members, should in nato expansion doesn't solve any problems of security. it moves division lines but doesn't remove them. so these are the other things to say. nathan
larchmont is aggressive, absolutely not true. and nathan launch month has been a cornerstone for the spread of democracy and freedom across europe. molto regurgitated the line that it is not a threat to russia. moscow didn't agree. the u. s. and nato continued to conquer militarily. the territories of the countries included in the alliance and place offensive weapon systems there. ema, this directly poses a threat to the interests of the russian federation. a final stab was made at finding common ground in vienna at the organization for security and cooperation in europe. i supposedly neutral ground where unfortunately the language from country representatives was anything but it seems. reads the risk of war in there always see area is now greater than ever before. in the last 30 years, the europeans also went down the smear campaign route, following
a massive cyber attack and government sites in ukraine. the eas top diplomat tinting one can figure out who is behind this strike. the hackers have not yet been identified. and while the west continues to state it is spread democracy in good security to countries, russia's foreign minister disagrees. the west went to far less. be frank in violation of all international obligations and common sense they chose to escalate this situation. well, you see the west condemns violent actions against civilians. they condemn human rights violations, but when bloody cause a carried out by those who swear their allegiance to the west, the west embraces them. this is what happened with the ukrainian qu. many people died there, including at the hands of provocateurs and his crew was approved by the united states and the europeans just accepted that as fact. and no one is going to investigate the my down atrocities a mammoth week of talks has ended with well,
a lot of hot air, no concrete proposals to move things forward. the only thing that they saw eye to eye on really was just how far apart they are, and that if talks fail, the consequences could be catastrophic jollity, blue sky r t amsterdam. meanwhile, after political commentators argued that facebook has been exercising political since ship and u. s. domestic politics. it appears the big take joint has entered into the russian nato conversation as well. it's blowing a russian facebook accounts used to cover the talks for posting what it claims is, prohibit the contents. a russian politicians said the page was just used to share public statements by russian officials. on friday, sweden begun deploying armored vehicles as soldiers in response to increased quote's russian activity in the region that's according to its military summit 10 armored combat vehicles and dozens of armed personnel could be seen patrolling the
small ports on this b. that's on the strategic audit of got to land. the move came after 3 russian landing ship sailed into the baltic sea amid increase tensions between moscow and nato. meanwhile, russia was accused of preparing a false flag operation in order to invade ukraine. and here's what's officials from both sides have to say about that situation. we saw this playbook in 2014 i, they are preparing this playbook again and the and we will have the administration will have further details on what we see as this potential laying of a pretext to share with the press over the course of the next 24 hours, we're living in a world of freak acquisition. so fake news until it is proved. somehow we will continue to presume that it is fake news and it is false accusations. now we spoke with journalist daniel is about this false like accusation. and he says,
news that russia sending sub it says into ukraine is just propaganda. latest accusation by us and to the, by the u. s. government that russia is smuggling. sabbath tours into eastern ukraine. i mean, this is a sample of the propaganda campaign. the hot and the hostile aggressive propaganda campaign mounted by the us and a campaign that makes russia very nervous. so up, so as america trying to calm things down or is that trying to raise the, the war fears? i think they have been productive in some way. and i think that the discussions amount to a tacit admission by nato of the us got russia as security concerns should be taken into accounts in some way. but so far it looks like the u. s. the west has merely so taking them into account and just in order to dismiss them out of hand. but at least there are talks, at least there is some concession that russia something to be worried about. i mean,
look at, if russian troops had advanced the borders of germany, i mean western europe with the very concerned and they would, they would demand some kind of. busy concession to buy the russian, but the now that nato is advanced to the borders of russia. somehow, nato can't understand what the fuss is all about. this is ridiculous in the us, a man who took 4 people hostage to synagogue in texas on south today has been identified by the f. b i as a 44 year old british citizen molig fazel. our chrome was killed after 10. i was stunned off with authority. all of the hostages were freed unharmed. it's been declared a terrorist incident by britain and america. and as part of the counter terror efforts, police in england have arrested 2 teenagers in manchester over that possible connection for the incident. the remaining custody for questioning the u. k. authorities say that they will continue to the us lead investigation.
the british energy provider found his cell feeling the heats this week over its advice, the customers on how to stay warm. it told people to cook their pets and do star jobs. it was part of a response to energy bills that to predict that the double this year. you're weighing up anything or heating is bill the projected to sort a 2000 pounds a year. will know more as one of britain's biggest energy supply as has come up with no one idea, but 10 ways to save on heating cost, not to any layer, but get the hot right, go and what's installed. and if that doesn't work, how about a currency doesn't come with a cat. okay, i don't have a cat, but i do have this guy. another simple suggestion is to leave the often door open after cooking, the capital of your kids, and eat a hearty bowl of porridge. and of course, make sure you have a decent pair of socks or flippers and apparently all these simple cost effective
ways to keep warm this winter. but the company copy serious candidate. i think they've completely lost the floss on that one. i have to go to the political said one way, not stupid. i are, we are today try and not i have on religiously crazy that our in house because we're trying to get the cold down. you just think my, what else today, if that's true advice and be slightly and salary by i mean i believe i know why would they need to stop my energy? done? i put an extra jumper on seminar. so yeah, i wouldn't want to be insulted by any other company. so that doesn't say i wouldn't listen till i got fixed, a contract that would suit me. the advice to customers comes as many households works really worried about rising energy costs. and despite that company apologizing for the l judge, suggestion politicians who criticize the coal halted approach. it is lawful and
insulting. but then with this governments lack of an energy strategy, you will most expected. those comments will be right by people who have to choose between eating and heating. if that's the state of the country we are now and i find it quite depressing. being told to put on a instead of turning on your heating, if you can't afford it, at the time of such difficulty for so many families is plainly offensive. 2022 has already been given the total year of the squeeze of the one since the 2008 financial crash this year. wages will barely grow one at the same time. bill just by 50 percent around 2000 pounds. when britain's new energy print copies sent in april, this means in real time people will actually get a pay cut and the situation being described as a cost of living catastrophe. i think the health information we had, the way to use that you could possibly have in business like whole support from the
government. so we've been forced to close our doors. we're only we're trying to close our way back. so we're at a hotel and everything else. we use quite a lot of electricity and it's to fi and i am terrified of the impact of businesses in the country. not just me. i would, i mean small business is struggling. i just have to stop. you pay the funds back to the government and supposedly gave us, but we've got to pay them back. so all of a sudden, i'm not going to do that. it's time to money and we were in debt anyway from the lock that i now they energy cost to sort of both electricity and gas. louis, sorry, i don't know how we supposed to pay them because we have no income and she's not alone. in fact, one and 3 people, a worry that bills will become totally on affordable this year. and that getting the government to the bill. labor also piling on the pressure for the government to
ditch tax hikes and scrap v a t on feel altogether. consent to ministers council, the 0 carbon homes program. they bond on show when development, they launch the eco installation program. they tore it up. within one year. they were, you see, you case gas storage capacity. i don't want particularly silly moment. the current foreign secretary claims solar panels were risk to domestic food production. that all of these decisions have made this country more dependent on volatile wholesale energy prices than we otherwise would have been. right now we know this means as extremely situate, extremely difficult situation to british household. we're also risks making archways the bridge industry and competitive a talk, a combination of spiking prices, tax hikes looming energy, big bills, and the government's apparent reluctance to address these issues. may actually see ridiculous ideas like cuddling pat, how people overcome this. and the upcoming winter has become
a reality. shad edwards dashti artie london, families of those who died during the you case. first covey law down have slammed an apology from boyce johnston as an insult. thus, after the prime minister admits it, he attended a boozy downing street bash during the national lot downs, the opposition and even some senior stories have been piling, the pressure on the p. m calling on him to resign this to his ear. and he said to me that he was, i don't think he can continue as liter concert, parking play minister, asking people to follow the rules again until his government reached it. when i went into that garden, just after 6 on the 20th of may, 2020, i believed implicitly that this was a work event may 2020 was a tough month for britain. much of the country was paralyzed by the 1st national lot down within door meetings between household strictly prohibited. when we spoke
to a man who struggled to arrange his father's funeral amid the restrictions, a common difficulty during those times. this is about rules and about who the host applies to. this become abundantly clear that the prime minister thinks that they didn't apply to him at the same time, but i was at my father's funeral. he was taking part in a, bring your own views, part number 10 downing street. my dad's team will be allowed to invite up to 5 people at the geno. say that meant it was just myself and my siblings could attend . there is no physical contract. so we wouldn't want to hug each other. even the vicar holding the ceremony wasn't allowed to shake hands or anything like that. and as soon as the ceremony was over, we all had to go back, came again. they were author issuing fines for people meeting outside people will be fined money for meeting up people being harassed by the police. if they hung around and parks that too long and the ultimate question,
half of the prime minister is, why does he believe that the rules that he helps create that he made didn't apply to him? johnson stated, excuse spart, a wave of means online. even major companies like ryan have been posting mocking images and it's not the 1st part. the gates scandal involving johnston at the end of last year, pitches emerged on line, allegedly showing him taking part in several social events that dawning street during the 2020 lockdown. and many in parliament think this now only one course of action for him is so ridiculous that is actually offensive to the press. you see now go to to, to decent thing and resign. how stupid does the prime minister think the british people are right now? he's making fools of every single mp, said him earlier. well, the prime minister finally do the decent thing. i'm resign oral historian
peas be forced to show him the door. so for once kind of prime us for do the honorable thing and resign 17, a portion of the punch got on. think the emotional should step down and eventually you can do, you know, as go resign play manager. he sorry, because he's being cool. there any most resides in my judgment, on all the evidence that since the earnest in the face for the last few months. now, i think it's abundantly clear that bars johnson doesn't have an ounce of self decency in him. leading by example, as a really key element of thought leadership and his claire. the not only this bars chunks and not have thought more leadership at the moment, but there's no pathway for him to get back. and that's why, for as long as he remains prime minister, i think we're going to stay in a state of limbo in this country and ultimately is pending more people at risk.
when you say this, where it's outlined that the government has done everything they could to save lives. so little weights, these words that they can just hang. and the ad messaging throughout has been terrible. the following of their own scientific voices has been at best patchy, and at worst they've gone against scientific advice. and the result has been nearly well over a $175000.00 dust now, which is deeply upsetting. well those the stories, the shape, the news this we care not see international. that's all from me. peter scott, but neil harvey will be here in 30 minutes with the latest news this monday. the 17th, thanks for your company. ah . so what we've got to do is identify the threats that we have. it's crazy confrontation, let it be an arms race is on offense, bearing dramatic development only personally and getting to resist. i don't see how
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