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wonderful, scared little school to live with john coach if it. but our one. what do you think that us them? i mean, on i be certain we still live d . o and i vans it's wednesday morning. a british parliamentary inquiry found the government botch, the early stages of the kogan pandemic response, leading to thousands of preventable death. we've got stock lessing, these born to rule, straight out of privacy. people run things. they don't understand. why is it that we allow a prime minister? that's the no common sense to run the serious underneath the german city. kellogg gives the green lights, broadcasting muslim calls to prayer move, which has divided opinion there. i think this very great. it's wrong. i think
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religion is something personal. it's nice for multiculturalism. i don't think it's bad, but i don't think it's all that great either on thousands of flights or cancel by southwest airlines. just days after pilots fall for an injunction to blog mandatory coven vaccines for the companies $56000.00 employee. ah. just turn 10 in the morning. moscow time. good morning, from russia. revenue tuned in around the world. this is our to international. my name's kevin now, and i'm here. live with our world. use h q with a lot a news about covert to tell you by this, this morning coven related, indeed. first, then a damning parliamentary inquiry claims. the u. k. government gravely mishandled its initial response to the coven pandemic, saying thousands of deaths could have been prevented. a senior official is
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repeatedly avoided every opportunity to apologize. despite the anger of those who lost loved ones. i got disgrace, they didn't listen and also they didn't think about the lives they thought about the money they for about the business contract and they didn't close. the board is simply just letting people die, a 100000 people today and on. it's called corona virus. lessons learned to date, and it finds that number 10, delaying the locked down back in motion of the 23rd and 2020 was one of the most important public failures in the history of the united kingdom was still the government's handling of the pandemic actually led to 20000 unnecessary deaths, but a capital minister unfortunately was unable to refuse or even try and apologize for those claims came to start. when apologies i would have thought, well, no,
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we followed the scientific advice we we followed the scientific advice. we protected the n h s. we took the decisions based on the evidence before. but of course we've always had with something so unprecedented as the pandemic there will be lessons to learn. so it's not a very gracious look from stephen box cabinet office minister who actually ends up very into the refuse to apologize some 11 times. but looking deeper into this reporting question, it's quite hefty. it's 150 pages long and almost a year ago to date was when it was 1st established. when this inquiry really began . now they looked at many key areas, including the preparedness for pandemic, social distance thing, social can impact onset and communities. plus, of course, the vaccines as well. well, it's an incredibly traumatic and triggering day for many, for instance, my best friend who lost her mother during the pandemic to cove it. and she's
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incredibly furious. the government for its handling of the pandemic where she's certainly not to learn this thousands of bereaved families up and down the country . finding this report a very difficult read indeed. so i lost my grandfather and his best friend of a 2 years when the next day. so my family have really had a chance from it. but this, this isn't a personal and you know, some kind of emotional trauma. however, the government want to go around. 3 you know, treating them in the future. i think this is a big society wake up. we've got stall letting these on to rule, straight out a private school. people run things. they don't understand. why is it that we allow prime minister, we're not to, you know, common sense to run serious and then it absolutely. everything is down to them. and when you look at the very beginning, this from them as well,
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i've heard immunity. now we're not willing to base on the plane, it's not right to let the se in the old fall behind. and if that's the kind of the government entered with. we cannot be surprised that so many of die. it just stands to reason that this is exactly what i expected and they really don't. now, a whole barrage of a criticisms really came out in this report noting very quite big concerns, including access to p. p. the government's much how track and tre system, which fundamentally was flawed. also suggesting at the start of the pandemic bar, as johnson said that the care homes would not be affected. now we know, in hindsight, they were actually the was effected. but the key finding really dates back to some 20 months ago, that key date of march, the 23rd, when the united kingdom entered it 1st locked down. well, this report says,
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scientists were talking some 2 months prior to that about how ready at the u. k. was in terms of dealing with upon demick of this scale, and actually all keys for the government acted far too slow. it is now clear that this was the wrong policy, and that it led to a higher initial death told them would have resulted from the more in fatty early policy in a pandemic spreading rapidly, an exponentially every week counted. while boris johnson, the prime minister and his government have always maintained throughout this pandemic, the policy is guided by the day to the science and always maintained that it just simply put policy into place by the evidence that was presented to it also says it's sticking by its promise of allowing a public inquiry into the pandemic. i'm the government handling of it as well, but that won't come until at least next spring. just to say that this is a very report, it's aim is not to point. the thing those of blay about is
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a quote within this report, but some already say there is only one direction of blame to point the finger and that is squarely the government. so it's insane the last couple of years with my group number government than an absolutely terrible job. and this is what happens when you have leaders in charge, unmerited society. they don't know what they're doing, that they didn't follow the science. they didn't listen to the experts and they didn't listen to other countries. that warner, someone like boris johnson, is prime example of what is wrong in british politics and i to still, if nobody stanza, point out that this is dennis size is just something that someone has to stand and say, because like i say in our, in our culture so many people will just take it on the chin night. i think they're taking on the chin is not something that this, you know, unprecedented situation. deserves muslim calls to prayer are going to be heard
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across cologne. in germany, off to local authorities, gather approval for them to be broadcast. have allowed speakers on friday afternoon . city officials say the move is a gesture of respect. cologne central mosque has been a flashpoint for anti muslim sentiments before, but the mares defended the decision. now. cologne is the city of religious freedom and diversity. those who arrive at the main train station are greeted by the cathedral and accompanied by church bells. many cloned residents amused lamps allowing them wears and cool is for me a sign of respect. all 35 mosques in western cologne will be able to play the call for up to 5 minutes. then the initiative comes as part of an agreement between cologne officials and the muslim community mosques seeking to broadcast it will have to comply with them. some restrictions limits on the volume and also they're gonna notify neighbors in advance from locals. we heard from there are divided by the decision in the thanks can can say, i think that's great because the muslim community is also included. this is also
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very nice for the muslims, just as the churches ring about the most can also make the call to prayer. i think this very great. all fallen thus, sir, sir? oh, it's nice for multiculturalism. germany says we are here. we also take care of muslims, which unfortunately some political parties don't do any more. it makes me happy when i hear it. it's a piece of home on the 1st place, philosophy slim. i don't think it's bad, but i don't think it's all that great either. i live directly opposite, so i hear it all the time. the fact that you now have to listen to what is being said, whether you want to hear it or not, i don't think it's the best thing. oh, well that's if it is false. i think it's wrong, i think religion is something personal. you don't have to bar all the people around with it. when they call out in foreign language, i think that's really bad because then the people don't know what they're actually saying. it. so many sided issue, we put it up for debate. the sphere office was not only in cologne is not only in
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germany, it is everywhere, unfortunately, in the name of their hijacking, their base hijacking their religion for some and misusing it for their own cause. so this leads to basically to, to lack of trust he's lamb is not the majority in germany. this depending on which city last that still 90 percent of non muslims, muslims are part of this country in this society. so as other religious groups are represented in germany, the same way must them should also be able to be repaired, represent cologne, may miss andrea, who just are beat, who just delivered in a city who's asked boat in front of his land, bowed down and welcome this demand into us what phase demanded without asking the people that alone was officer doing anything. it's nothing new away because it's
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basically what the constitution, se, se i think. and if the relationship to the muslim community in cologne into a low place is good. and then harmony can be there, you know, allow a, bab, has a certain history does not just alive, greater but it became and be the call of the jihad. so it has a very negative history. this cause has a history of violence. you see the call of pears, not something like some magical saying or some magic. you know, we don't need it anymore. you muslims have watches now amended call of the worst thing comes from the 7th century. then people didn't have to watch it. basically a tradition in islam where you praise the lord, praise a law, praise god, and you basically call people to the prayer, the back seat rollover. being blamed for a disruption to air traffic in the us again. today,
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one big airlines cancelled almost a 100 flights on tuesday. i think the thousands at grunted in previous days, south west fleming, the weather. others pointing to staff shortages though after it implemented vaccine mandates for all 56000 employees. is kellum open. chaos and airports across the country as flights from a major us airline. southwest airlines have been cancelled. now this comes shortly after a move by the southwest airlines pilot association, the labor union that represents over $10000.00 pilots, that southwest airlines filed for a temporary block on a move to mandate vaccinations, federally mandated corona virus vaccinations. now they have filed a lawsuit against those mandatory vaccinations and they are asking for a block on the vaccinations until this lawsuit regarding us labor laws and how it applies to these vaccinations can be resolved. now the union was quick to step up
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and say that they were not responsible for the cancellation of these flights. this was not a strike. this is what they had to say southwest by point to their how they manage the network, how their i t also supports that network. but once a little hiccup occurs, due to the internal processes, our pilots are getting to where they need to be. we've been sounding this alarm for about 4 years, and it seen very little approach to correcting it's. southwest airlines came forward and said that it was not a bad decision from the management as the union alleged, it was rather weather conditions that cause the cancellation of thousands of flights. now, many conservative and republican voices have spoken up and given a pretty strong view of how they see the situation, jo biden's, illegal vaccine, mandated work, suddenly was short on pilots in their traffic controllers. i stand with southwest airlines, employees who are fighting against these mandates. this isn't about to vaccine.
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this is about freedom. why is the weather only disrupting southwest? now at this point, it seems the issue as close to being resolved, that people are looking at the current flight schedules and expecting that things will return to normal. but questions remain about what caused the panic and cancellation of thousands of flights. elsewhere, new york health workers have temporarily been allowed to avoid mandatory vaccination against covey. 19 for a federal judge is extended in order for them to apply for religious exemptions. the been a series of protests against compulsory occupations. i'll to contribute to nick a house next reporting from there. i was out of thurgood marshall court house, where cambridge, the blasio was being held. michael kane is fighting for another injunction for all the teachers of new york was specifically himself in 10 plaintiffs who were denied the continuation of the restraining order last week. and another court case, mike kane said he is optimistic that the judge will hopefully uphold justice to day
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. he said that the fight won't stop here and that he still has to prepare for what may come in the future. now people like michael caine said that they're unsure of how their family were proceed. our case is 10 plaintiffs who lost their jobs at this point or the majority of us are on unpaid leave because we would not get the cov, it vaccine. and the majority of us also filed for exemptions, medical exemptions, religious exemptions, and the majority of us were denied those exemptions are we believe that the exemption process was fraudulent was a legal and unconstitutional. a lot of teachers and health care workers have said the same thing. harry said that this is a hell we're dying on that every now and then you just have to take a stand these process or not. something has only been happening to day. whatever day that i've been here, there has been a protests around the city. and it said, this isn't going to stop any time soon until these mandates in. and what i'm finding here as a left is organizer is, it's almost kind of like it's, or
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a babel culturally. because there are christians, there are transfers, there are republicans, there are left dest, you left the last year, people just waking up many more teachers in health workers are coming in, and even we think we're going to be getting police firemen. i think there's something important to note here. if you look around the cloud here, this isn't like a bunch of conservative way guys. what we've been told by the mainstream media. there are people from, like i said earlier, several different walks of life, black, white to asian, everything. and so there seems to be a lease, a misinterpretation if we're being charitable of the narrative, according to the mainstream media, we're waiting to hear. while the result of this injunction, it could come today, however, it could take until thursday to come through. but when michael came comes out, we'll go ahead and ask him how he feels the injunction. we're proceed going for the children right now in new york are suffering and you see it and reports that are
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breaking all over the place. people from central, who haven't been with children ever, are now power professionals that are working with disabled children as if anybody can come in and fill these shoes. i know i have not been replaced at my job. i'm a special educator and there are children not receiving their services right now because of that footnote to this route, 92 percent of the state's health care workers have received at least one covey job . this one of the highest rates in the country, the states governor backs the measures saying is vital for combating the spread of the delta varied and keeping new york is safe without international morning kevin, and he has 17 pos theo, and now moscow launches free cobit test the across the city, in response to soaring numbers of daily covey cases. again, no great news. a correspondence gets checked, i will see where rushes up, fits into the whole world. picture that after the break. ah,
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oh, when i was shown seem wrong. when i just don't move any world, the easiest to figure out is the because the advocate an engagement, it was betrayal. when so many find themselves worlds apart, we choose to look for common ground. ah ah ah ah ah ah, a
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ah with oh, i got a new in now under the shadow of a european power supply crisis. russian energy whigs getting underway. it's one of the biggest annual forms of it's kind of a place where various industries can thrasher hot button topics like international cooperation, which is those good. it rank has covering it for us. it says starts on mass later, but it started in august beyond you earlier, it's a critical time for the energy sectors. those. so to our view is there some big hitters are in town where you are. what can we expect in the next couple of hours then? kevin, good morning. welcome to the russian energy week 2021,
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where the russian most senior officials and the energy sector, and also the most influential people in the business are welcoming international park. their international partners, russia remains one of the largest suppliers of energy resources in the worlds and still, most of them are fossil fuels. and on the one hand, inevitably the world needs this country in this capacity. but then on the other hand, there are quite a few of those who don't want to deal with moscow in this role. now, at this event is happening at a very crucial time. kevin, like you're saying, because winter is coming, the winter season is just around the corner. and also we're still hot on the heels of something that's been dubbed by many as a real energy crisis in europe with prices, for example, for natural gas skyrocketing with some shortages in supplies in also there's been
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debates on the key energy policies because of all that well off, i'm glad to tell you that we are beginning our coverage with an a lot of thoughts. i hope. where does that is angel wilkinson? secretary general of the world energy council angela. welcome, and thank you very much for joining me this morning. the pleasure to be care rush, reggie wait. so angela, i mentioned the words debate has just begun. is it already over? has there really been a crisis? and what is the reason for these unprecedented spikes in prices? well, there's an energy crisis in many different parts of the world. china, for sale, europe, tianna, it's not just in europe. and people are being taken by surprise, i think by a combination of 3 things. first of all is the return of demand after the copyright
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19 block town. the 2nd part is around whether extreme websites and whether winter's coming earlier or later. it's more extended. and the 3rd bit seems to be about skills and workforce planning. a shortage of the right skills to get energy from one place to another. so those 3 factors are combining. and so the energy crisis that they're staying in different parts. well, it's very different from the oil shocks at the 917. so that in particular, does any of this have to do with the changes in the energy mix and with the desire by some of the countries to be very swift and changing, for example, in shifting to renewables. well, when you have also going to be an increasing part of the energy mix of the future, but that's the important word mix. what the future of energy. no one can predict what the shape of the energy system it's going to look like. but what we do know is
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it's going to be a much greater makes a fossil known fossil and nuclear because people need energy not just for heating and lighting, they need it for work and mobility. and we can't transition overnight from a fossil fuel. you pay based system, turn your full energy system. so oil and gas are needed for decades to come. the issue isn't whether they're needed or not. the question is, who will supply them and how environmentally friendly willoughby or neutral will they be and how affordable will they be? exactly. can the world afford this transition without the turbulence and what needs to be done to make sure that there's no turbulence possibly at all, but i think that's all possible. so we would say, what are the well didn't you counsel? our mission is humanizing energy. we know the world is becoming warmer and warbler, and we think that the only way to manage a successful energy transition is to involve more people and communities at all
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levels of society. we can't just keep developing target some timelines. we've got to get on with a really hard job of not just road, nothing but road building. and do that. we have to involve communities in cities and customers and voters and understanding how do they use energy? how would their energy use is changing? and what's their role? what is that? the real choices to societies are holy and prepared for energy transition. our job is to make sure that they understand that role and they can play that part. that's the only way to get rid of target price swings. i guess this isn't really something that the players of the politicians are looking forward to what needs to be done to make sure that's avoided in the future. more regulation, a different way of trading or somehow adjusting in some ways. there are issues monitor, we do a world energy issues want to serve every year and price commodity price volatility
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has been increasing over the last decade. so this is nothing unusual. just the swings, the more extreme, if you want to manage price volatility, you do it in a couple of ways. you diversify your supplies and you make sure you have enough storage buses, like all of us. if we're to lean and we've got no fat, we've got no. so what we need is a little bit more in the energy system. we have that in the oil market. what we want to know is, where is the fatima gas market, who will be the swing for jeep. so who will do the job that somebody has done for decades in enabling us not to have an oil shop? who's going to provide that buffer and on what basis? now, why our carbon dioxide emissions internationally growing if, how's the world energy council points out? there is significant progress in going green and switching to renewables. ready when it comes to the creation of new capacities. okay, so much, much in the world energy systems, a cake. one, 5th, about cake is electricity. full, 5th is known,
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electrified $155.00. 1 porter is renewable electrification. in the next 30 years that take is going to double in size. we're very determined and progressive. we can get half of the big cake in the form of renewable electrification. half of it will still have to come from oil, gas, some nuclear and other forms. there are uses of energy which can't be electrified, that we need to have heating, mobility, and other forms of energy for so even though we're making great progress with, with the renewable electrification, the tech has growing bigger. we've got to do better. so that's why russia remains a very important chef. still a chef. i love the idea that we're old brake tech take because yes, i think russia brings a lot of resources and expertise to the table, but not just in the oil and gas when you play a factor. what we want to see is the progressive side of russia. we want to see
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where is the renewable mix increasing? where's the integrated grid? increasing, what are the new frontiers of energy emerging out of the russia energy story? so they anniversary 25th world energy hi. rates will be taking place in washington, northern capital st. petersburg. why is this country chosen for such an important event? and what's going to be the main global agenda at the form that's coming up in 2022 . so what i need to counsel is the world's oldest permanent energy organization and we're a charity. and based in petersburg, the patient was voted for by our members in over 80 countries where we all, we predate the un, but we have a boating system like united nation to petersburg, was chosen by our members. and i think it's been chosen because russia was one of the founding members of the world energy council. as we approach 100 kind of best
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rate, it's a great opportunity to look at what's the next century of energy. and what's the russian energy story. as we look forward to the 20 that consent traits, not back to the 19th angela, thank you very much for sharing your time with us and for becoming our 1st guest at this event. so kevin, and i'm glad to tell you that we've got loads more coming up for you. but to just to remind you, i've just been talking to angela work has been, was the secretary general of the world energy council. lovely. and thank you very nice. when you get on with him, he was talking so much that he didn't have time to tell you by the story we're going to bring you to tell you about how the tests are being carried in moscow at the moment because of high coven rates. but we'll get that in for next or a promise you but for now that said, kevin, i'm reporting, thanks very much for watching. all tend to national about with more just about half now. i love more for conference to have
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a good day the what happened to the idea of tolerance and our politics? conservative. see their world being up ended. liberals view conservatives with contempt. of course the media only makes things worse. we all lost hope and compromise and peaceful coexistence. when i see black america, i see part of myself. when i was growing, young, black americans spoke to me when white australia did not. those who say black lives matter is a movement we are importing from america. know nothing of who we are. i lived in a world where white lives mattered. and i was not wide like missing.
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and i wasn't known from black america. i learned how to speak back to whiteness. aboriginal people here, i'm more every day. we're out wanted them now with the police were out with she states, i'm scared that more children are going to grow up in the country that think says no racism, but they're more likely to end up in the criminal justice system. then they're all the fellow friends in daycare a join me every thursday on the alex salmon. sure. i'll be speaking to guess on the world of politics, sport business, i'm show business. i'll see you then.


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