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ah ah ah ah ah, top headlines here on our t, the polish prime minister ups, the ante in a feud with brussels, accusing e g u institutions, of usurping power and undermining democracy. british families assuming the government over the death of their elderly relatives and lost juice, covert wave in the program, we hear from a nursing home clinician who says the authorities broke their promises to kaufman. that being completely honest at the time, who said it of people in nursing homes and town homes been almost a forgotten loss, which we still are. this is about what the government promised was happening and what it really was. also in the program, former british spy, christopher still breaks cover 5 years after his bomb shell dossier on alleged
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trump. russia collusion which he now admits was not a 100 percent accurate. ah . like moscow, this is auntie international just after 1 pm on tuesday. here we've got a full program for you today. well, there's been a fiery exchange in the european parliament today after the polish prime minister gave a confrontational speech accusing e u institutions of over stepping that powers will. let's delve deeper into this and crush life now to our correspondent in paris solitude, was he joining us here on the program? can you take us through mateusz and what have you had ski speech a lot here? and what was said in the e u. parliament please. well, i have to say, i don't think i've ever seen a debate quite like it in the european parliament. fiery doesn't go. also way of
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describing some of the accusations that have been thrown there was mud slinging throughout the session at the european poland by the polish prime minister, and also by a piece right back at him. this was meant to be the opportunity for the polish prime minister to come to the european parliament to trying to heal these devices divisions between his country and the european union. his speech seemed to have done the exact opposite with peas, accusing him of leading towards a government of totalitarianism and undermining the e u. its foundations itself. now mud advanced key spent for around 30 minutes. and during that time, we talked about some of the issues that you rip was facing. he suggested that a lot of the issues europe was facing were the results of russia and russian interference. he then went on to talk about the fact that one crises could for separate, take many other crises. and this could then lead to civil unrest. he refused to
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acceptance, and it was not right for peace to essentially blackmail of the countries within the european union by threatening to withdraw to hold back by funds. and he said that the constitutional law in poland would remain supreme to that of you law. and he said that the idea of changing that would move the you towards a fully fledged governor, both state, which is not what members signed up for. now during his speech, she was clearly over the thing is welcome when he was interrupted and told to wrap up last night that you put in the bush for the move on up just prime. you know, that's the problem you have to come on. if i know so the term and i was told by the office of david, so sorry that i was a located at 3035 minutes so i will use my time. i cannot confirmed success
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with the autopay have to go, not them completely. i'm. i'm coming to my end, but don't disturb this. well, as i've mentioned, demi peas had plenty to say they said that the polish m. p was slyly leading his country to leave the european union. one said they thought it was nigel for ross who was talking at that session. others said his government was marching towards totalitarianism, while other emmy peas took the opportunity to congratulate the anti government protests that had been taking place in poland and suggesting perhaps they should continue. you are not being honest with the polish people prime minister a you know it,
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we are all listen to your denials. but the truth is your actions are asli way to lead poland out of the union. unilateral ego actions cannot be accepted and will have consequences. the sinister game that you're playing is that even in the sinister game is that you're putting upon the size, the constitutional court inside depaula and debtor politicized. those additional court is criticized by who by the european court of justice. so the way to eliminate h d, this is, is of the european court of justice. i is to take with the bullet, the size, constitutional court of poland. a decision that the e, c, j has no longer a right of decision in potent. that is what you have done, and i not refrain on bus is one of the people who is most happy about. this is vladimir, suton lim, in the russian president, wants to dismantle the rule of law once a week european union. and that's why we have to ask our polish friends. is that
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really your intention? them? it's valencia of them. it well, the commission president ursula vaughan delane, which was demanded that she in the commission act immediately. emmy peas, called on her to reject the recovery funds for poland. they called on her and the commission to trigger the rule of law conditionality, mechanism v d l herself vaughan, de leon said that the commission would do everything to ensure that it protect european citizens from threats. we cannot, and we will not allow our common values to be put at risk. a commission will act and the options are all known 1st, option on fingerprints, where we legally challenge the judgement of the polish constitutional court. another option is the conditionality, mechanism, and other financial tools. the polish government has to explain to us how it
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intends to protect your pin money given this ruling of their constitutional court. well, this was supposed to be an opportunity to make a man see you lift to bring poland back into the fold, the bosom of you, what tongue and saying out loud that they don't accept the pulse. the poland is on . judging by the session on tuesday, it seems that those divisions between poland damn the rest of the e. u. even deeper and wider. as for the curious, considering potent is the one country that gets more money and subsidies from brussels than anybody else in the e. u, so want to see how this all turns out or the charlotte human ski. thank you. all right, in other news here, when are you into national british families who lost loved ones to cope at 19 in last year's care home crisis or taking legal action against the government sees
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shot. here it was, dashti breaks down the case, 2 daughters who lost their fathers in cave. it had ca, homes at the start of the pandemic, are now suing the government. it's a landmark action, not just in terms of a failure to protect the vulnerable responsibility for aggravating the risk while victory won't do their loss. they hope it may help to protect others. i do not want anyone else to go through what we have been through as a family. i feel terrible guilt. i feel as though she was locked in to die. met hancock's protective freeing statement was a lie. the defendant have provided no evidence of measures to put a protective frank around care homes in just 3 months from march to june. last year, some samples he'd for living in care homes died from the virus in england and wales with some official reports flaming. so. 2 inconsistent, reckless and appalling government policies for the huge data, all this weeks case against the department for health and social care,
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once it held to account this case will give thousands of families a sense that justice has been done. if we're, when, what happened to the residents of care homes in the pandemic was a national scandal. the government's approach to protect and vulnerable care, home residence during the 1st wave of the pandemic is one of the most devastating failures in the morton era. rather than their home been a safe place, it became a breeding ground for a deadly disease. if the government had been completely honest at the time, instead of people in nursing homes and town homes been almost a forgotten lot, which we still are. but it's not about that this is about people's lives. this is about what the government promised was happening when it really wasn't. everybody was involved. it was tracing this virus which is like you say is on known virus and an unknown entity. who knows what we,
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we have to do or what we could have done differently. and these are things we need to learn from. and the goldman should have learned allies ain't going to get you anything. the sailors surrounding her homes are one of the biggest scandals of the pandemic for mass discharge of out of the patients from hospitals to cow homes without testing or isolation. and who can forget when the government says that hands wouldn't be affected at the beginning of behind them. and of course, we now know that they were the worst effect earlier this year and into 12 of march, the government's own official advice worse. and i'm quoting from it remains very unlikely that people receiving care in a care home will become infected. it wasn't true that the advice said that or government guidance published on the 25th of february of 2020 said twice. it was very unlikely people receiving care in care homes will be infected. this advice was withdrawn on the 13th of march. a few months later, boris johnson tried to shift the blame, saying it was cat homes that didn't follow the rules. many didn't really follow the
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procedures in the way that they could have. so well this week, cases ultimately about 2 families search for justice. it runs far deeper, alleging a string of government blunders, but it may also end up serving as some small solace for all those who lost loved ones as a result of those very mistakes, i will, the 10 people that we have did died. i could say that i was 99.9 percent. sure. sure. 3rd, and all of them died as a result of call of it. but i think we only had a 3 positive tests because that's all it was available at that time. and 2 of those were testing hospital in one was the one that i fought for. we didn't have tests in care homes. my hancock stood on television and quite often at 5 o'clock when he was doing the briefed him with the prime minister. we as a nursing home were standing watch this briefing with interest obviously to see what the changes were, what was happening on
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a daily basis to be to see on cost of the incentives. the cameras say, all homes are now being tested. we weren't to tall, absolutely. not the author of a bombshell dossier on alleged trump, russia collusion is standing by his claims while also admitting they may not be a 100 percent true. former british spy, christopher steel, has spoken out in public for the 1st time. and the document was compiled in 2016 and contain detailed allegations of a conspiracy between trumps associates. under kremlin. there were also some salacious details about trump, supposedly escapades and moscow hotel room. now none of these allegations, wherever proven, and the f b, i later published heavily redacted pages showing the agency had paid steel for his work. with an all of a sudden cut him off off the hip. the a p apparently disclosed his u. s. intelligence links to that of a 3rd party. it is on there are plenty of unanswered questions over the report. for
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example, how it even came into being in the 1st place, northeast moran gasdio investigates. the steel garcia has been one of the most mocked derided but, but also talked about reports in modern political history. the spot being mostly dismissed as, as a work of fiction. it has just refused to die. and christopher steel is back again . hyping and defending. he's much maligned garcia. christopher still isn't, isn't hero, is he trader christopher steals a guy who picked a fight with 2 presidents, donald trump and vladimir. and he's lived to tell the tale, mind the spoilers. there aren't any new revelations or perverted details. as with the 1st dossier in a vis todd, chris tries to defend the darcy, the multiple falsehoods and inaccuracies, and make believe my li tries. i'm prepared to accept that not everything in the
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dosier is 100 percent accurate. i've yet to be convinced that that is one of them. yes, he says there are some things in my daughter that are literally made up, but he sticks, it seems by the p tape. his allegation that the russians film donald trump with urinating prostitutes, and he has a stella argument to back it up, prove me wrong. he says, you tell him that no one's ever seen the staple heard of it, and that he's the only source ad. well, rad doesn't convince chris. it hasn't needed to be released because i think the russians felt they'd got pretty good value out of donald trump. when he was president of the us, the most remarkable thing in my opinion, is what steal dossier, supporters. a saying they can't defend the dos hair itself. it's, it's so full of holes and lies. so they've come up with
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a different method. it was the russians who painted the dossier by purposefully feeding christopher steele. these information, it's very likely that the russians planted this information in and among other information that may have been truthful because that's exactly again the way that they operate. the victims of christopher steals reporting have also reacted michael cohen, who the dossier accused of secret meetings with the russians in europe. he had the f. b, i get involved, of course they found no evidence of any such meetings ever taking place, but regardless mister co indeed react. he said that he was pleased that christopher steele had crawled out of the pop just long enough to make up a few more stories. i'm not too sure that everyone is as pleased. abs crease. the once was quite enough. there's nothing groundbreaking in of course he's being,
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he's being interviewed by a very sympathetic, a quote unquote journalist. 3rd, stephanopoulos has been an operative for bill clinton in the democratic party for a long time. although looking at the mainstream coverage, this sort of rehabilitation of christopher steel seems to be seems to be coming around. you have to scratch our heads even the f b. i stopped using him as a confidential human in form of because i found that he was too unreliable. i think one very important aspect is the collusion of the u. s. mainstream media in this, they absolutely fell down their jobs were expected. someone like steal to be a liar. we expected the people that hired him to be pretty dodgy people. of course, that's the case. but we did, we at least once, would expect. i would have expected the u. s. mainstream media, us media have looked into some of these stories before reporting them as if they were fact. the editor of germany's best selling tabloid build has been fired of allegations of sexual misconduct. the papers owners explain the move right
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offer a story on julia note i held appeared in the new york times. as the executive board has land, julian reich, help still fails to maintain a clear boundary between private and professional matters and has also been untruthful to the executive board in this regard. the executive board therefore considers the termination of his office to be unavoidable. union that i held, woke up on monday morning, is probably the most powerful newspaper editor in all of europe. by tuesday morning he had been dismissed from his role as the editor in chief of germany's most read tabloid newspaper build. now it came about following claims that he had exploited his position of power in order to conduct sexual relationships with junior employees. this all came to light in an investigation and a publication by the new york times. perhaps one of the reasons why this happened in the united states is that the ac. so spring, a group of parent company for bills that runs build as well as other media outlets
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across germany in europe. well, they branching out into the united states and just this summer spent $1000000000.00 buying politico, so they put themselves more on the, the radar of us publications. it's interesting that despite some of the allegations that have come out claims that and there was a hostile environment for women in the build news room, one of the quotes that's used is from a woman who said that she had a sexual relationship with mr. i held and says that that's how it goes. it built both that sleep with the boss, get the better jobs of the spy, all of that coming out the 1st reaction from ac. so spring a group, the media giant that runs build is to say, we're going to find out who leak that and we're gonna sue them. the company is taking legal action against 3rd parties who attempted to influence and instrumental eyes. the spring compliance investigation by unlawful means, evidently with the aim of removing julian reich out from office as well as damaging
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billed and axel springer. now, there had been an internal investigation into the conduct of miss that i held earlier this year. and it's from that internal investigation, and a lot of these documents have been leaked to the press. the allegations made against miss that i held was that he a carried out sexual relationships. he abused his power in order to conduct those sexual relationships. and that he'd use drugs on company property, they decided following that internal investigation not to dismiss that i held from his job. obviously they've changed their mind now in terms of response from the former editor of build, he has issued a short statement in which he said, what i blame myself for, is that i have heard people. i was in charge of. however, perhaps what is the most interesting thing to come out of this and it doesn't paint the german media in a particularly good light is that this all could have come to light a long time ago. in fact, there were 2 previous investigations that were quashed. now what is been revealed
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by the new york times is that these investigations had gotten to the stage whereby both mister like health and the acts l spring. a group had been confronted with what had been found out. and then the inference is that at that point, pressure being placed on the, the publishers that were in charge of those carrying out the investigation and got the journalists to kill the story. the fact that it took a foreign publication to make this, all public hasn't gone down particularly well here in germany. but the genie is out of the battle now as it were when it comes to the practices in the build newsroom and the business practices of access springer as one of the world's largest and most powerful major organize sanctions. or i still to come here when ortiz national, as we are now halfway through the program, russia. and it's opposed to soviet highlights of launched huge military exercises into g. kissed on the question is why that story amble with back in about
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a join me every thursday. on the alex simon, sure, i'll be speaking to guess when the world of politics, sport, business, i'm show business. i'll see you then gives rise to the i question about these crises and who's behind them. we had the subprime crisis that resulted in mind, the printing that made the top get richer, we have the coldly crisis which has resulted in the top getting richer because of all the money printer. and we had a war in afghanistan go on for decades, which resulted in money printing in the top get richer, you know, and, and,
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and then you can get into the other, you know, into some other areas as well, really making some hard, making hard question. ah ah, it's good to have you with us today. russia plus 5 of its post soviet allies of launch some of our largest military drills in years and central asia. a tanks and thousands of soldiers have amassed into g castanan ride along the border with afghanistan. and bracing for any potential spillover from the chaos. now gripping the taliban held nation. reporting from the scene of correspondent eagerness. donald, some 4000 troops, 500 military vehicles,
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and 6 nations all participating in day one of what expected to become. one of the most impressive and large scale military drills taking place here in the steps of a country that is sharing a more than a 1000 kilometer long border with of garrison. tajikistan is a former soviet republic, now operating under the umbrella of the collective security treaty organization, a russia lead military alliance. the war games there will span out over the course of the week. ahead. and while the 1st day has been quiet, there's plenty of action to come. certainly, judging by previous drills, the location for the games. just 8 kilometers away from the border with
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a gaston is not a coincidence. when the taliban grabbed power in couple things, got tense on this side of the border. when islamic states started to take advantage of the power vacuum, it got even more serious generals do not shy away from openly saying who the show is for. which in your mis a location for the drills has been chosen. according to the practical tasks, the armies have to do. we choose with several rules in mind. firstly, we go by the logic, the more you sweat in peace, the less you bleeding was creating realistic conditions on drills, health armies to prepare for the real action. the real sites under the real conditions. it's a situation that is going to need some heavy duty whoo gaming. and sure enough, over the next few days, pretty much all you'll hear here is the sound of every kind of gunfire imaginable. i'm a gosh, darn pausing from tajikistan haughty,
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vienna's new to aunt workers, proven to be a bit too risky for social media platforms. these days, a galleries and the austrian capital have been hit by a string of bands on facebook, instagram, and tick tock. so now they've opened an account on only fans, which is typically known for its adult content. and these are just some of the works deemed to revealing for the major platforms. so now for institutions, the alba tina museum, the leopold museum, the art history museum, and the natural history museum. they've all signed up to only funds the albertine of museums press officer daniel ben. yes, explains the move. we found a good project because we hadn't experienced that. it was not always easy annuity and beauty in social media. and that was our experience since of a few years as well. i don't know really why there is the censorship. i know it are maybe some algorithm or something on the engines that is not allowing it. i think
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it's not about anal you're ready to define or to sensor or should be seen or not. and then we saw that it would work on only fence and if it's working there, why not try it? one of the stock is cases of art, censorship happen in 2018 when facebook deleted images posted by the austrian natural history museum, branding them pornography. they showed, for example, a 25000 year old paleolithic figurine, known as the venus al villain dwarf daniel been yes again, things the dispute races broader questions of a who decides what odd is? it was also the aim all saying it's not about the social media platform to the side or the artist what would be considered as nudity
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has been part of this some culture since the roman empire since the greek and everywhere where there is a mankind. and there is also a sum of mazda pieces of odds. that shows nudity, we just question who is going to the side is, what is about to be shown or not. and we think it should not be an algorithm. and story continues right now at auto dot com at any stories you think you may have missed. just have a look at our, our t youtube china without wraps up for me here at the desk. i will re sushi, thanks for joining us. my colleague donald quarter here in half an hour's time, hope you could join him with a look forward to talking to you all. that technology should work for people. a robot must obey the orders given by human beings,
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