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[000:00:00;00] with has happened having put fresh pressure on you k hospitals waiting times. and actually that, that emergency ward saw with patients having to wait up to 50 hours for of bed summer, pointing the finger at the government over it to every step of the way that mismanaged the crisis. aside from the vaccine rollout, i re personnel of any faith in the current government. we can't sell it if you don't buy it. russia hits back then at e o l negations, and it's using gas as a geopolitical weapon. at right now we're on away through some very rocky terrain,
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to witness the work of some multiple rocket mess. our systems thought of action out. he joins russia late, military thrills along the touching of comp order retention sought after the taliban seizure of power. ah, oh no, no, moscow time, wednesday morning, the 23rd october. welcome to the program. is kevin over here at r t h q, with our latest for you for the next half hour. first, a lack of staff soaring cobit cases and pressure on the n h. s. have led to another health crisis in the u. k. it's been reported there that in parts of the country, patients are waiting for almost 50 hours to get a bed in accident. and emergency units. in one case, a patient reportedly spent 47 hours in a queue at the royal preston hospital in lancashire. while in suffolk,
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a teenager with serious mental health problems waited for almost 48 hours in a any. according to local media, the an h has foundation trust there for the area said the wait was because of a lack of specialist facilities. we'll look winchester who had a relative affected by the crisis, told us 1st hand what happened in their case. they will get 11 o'clock and his legs just wouldn't work and he fell out of bed. we didn't find him until 3 o'clock where my dad's going to get cooler, where he had for him. when we call for the ambulance, initially they said not to leave him. oh, in case the best spinal injury off or wait a couple of hours my, my dad sort of still trying to hurry them up a little bit. try finding no, no, no. and again to off when she was an estimate arrival, the direct him so 111 within took him back to 9992 for that.
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eventually we spoke to chappie suggested how to move him back into his seat and had to get him up and we did that is improving but he probably still required some medical assistance but insinuated to us that was not even a senior. i said, would you, would you like to cancel the ambulance on everything but the ambulance that day and at that point we took him at that value and said, yeah, okay, we'll cancel that and then we'll give him his dinner and get him into bed, et cetera. course over the night i stayed the night make sure that you know the night is condition worsened and in the morning i had to call for another ambulance was been reported that 91 percent of hospital beds were occupied in england as of last friday. that is the number of people waiting for a hospital treatment there in a record high, the chest saying almost 6000000 paper on waiting lists on the warning that the coming winter will only intensify the pressure. at the same time,
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the case health ministers admitted that there aren't enough stuff to man, the country's emergency a, the telephone lines. that's 99111. i didn't go that a detailed plan of action he said is being put together and would be unveiled soon . but liquid just isn't convinced every step of the way the miss managed to the crime. this. aside from the vaccine rolled out, i don't re person have any faith in the current government and the people on the ground who are working really hard, like the paramedics, like the people answering the cause. they're not necessarily always getting, given the clearest information. you know, i, i really believe that when i think from 11122999999111, i'm sure that they believe that's what you know, that's what we come to do. there's no real simple answer to where i think they're going to fix it, because their actions so far appeared to be pretty well. but story here on tuesday, the u. k. registered the highest number of daily cova deaths since march,
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and the government extended its emergency powers relating to the pandemic for another 6 months. demonstrate his including anti vax is take him to the streets. that's a protest and other anti cove. it measures tell you, we'll have more news from the later in the program as well. schools are installing facial recognition cameras and campaigns to make it easy for pupils to pay for they did is, but some parents think it's a violation of privacy there really raised over. we got to guest to debate that coming up. the next. russia insists it's not to blame for the use current energy crisis after the blogs. foreign policy chief accused moscow of driving up gas prices to further its 2 political ends. but while joseph borrow complains that russian deliveries are being stepped up at this critical time, moscow retorts that no new orders of being placed. russia is not opposed to given
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more, but suppliers ligastrum need to be asked and not by parliament, not by newspapers, but by buyers who apply at the appropriate prices. but they have been no implications. here's a somewhat confusing story for you. governments in dozens of countries are worried that their people won't be able to properly heat their homes as winter is just around the corner. natural gas has become absurdly expensive. it's an energy crisis . there's no doubt about it. and the leader of the country that extracts and sells more natural gas to the rest of the world than anyone else speaks at an event themed around energy. whatever is desperate for extra gas supplies must be all ears under them were absolutely ready to supply more. for some reason he keeps being asked the same question, extra supplies, are you okay with that? is it possible? hey, what about extra supplies? there's i repeat, we've already increased supplies. at some point it really gets confusing for the
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speaker, didn't he just make things clear? several times in a row, we got, we're ready to supply even more gas. we need applications. we're increasing by as much as they ask. boy, let me explain. this man has long been accused of using the gas monopoly in his country called gas from to teach european countries lessons. so after hearing from latimer bruton, governments in the countries that are worried about the winter have 2 options. they couldn't keep repeating, he's buoying them with gas, or maybe at least try a few requests for extra gas supplies. a few days later, an important man whose meant to act as a unified voice of these worried governments that i mentioned says this, an increase in prices for energy has deep geopolitical brutes. it's part of a geopolitical battle. russia has on it, on its contract, cannot be said that they're not delivering when they said they would,
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but it has not increased the quantities contracted for that's after a get together of europe's most senior diplomats who were meant to discuss the energy crisis. among other things are, again, are they living in completely alien realities? back to prudent for a 2nd? at the we, russia never used. this is a weapon. we're happy to do extra. so what is it then? did they choose not to try at least a couple of requests. it is a find or i would say to political illiteracy if the european union just blamed. so the problem on russia, it's always easy to blame someone else for the problems you are having. and i see this a move in the utterings off, which was it, bo, hell the you foreign policy chief. it wouldn't be wise to solve the problems right
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away to do. and you analysis of the supply situation for natural gas, unless there have been some phantom applications that the russian side is unaware of confusing home. in the meantime, american liquefied natural gas producers on mass have been choosing to sell to asian buyers instead of european. right, simply because in asia they're ready to buy at a higher price. will anyone accuse them of waging a geopolitical battle? u. s. social media, john facebook's having to pay at $14000000.00 in a civil case of a discrimination. it was accused to giving preference than to hiring foreign workers of americans. facebook is not about the law and must comply with our nations federal civil rights laws, which prohibit discriminatory recruitment in hiring practices. the tech giant seems, gave certain positions may lead to temporary visa holders. prosecutors claim up to $2600.00 us work as though last out as
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a result of that facebook was find on was $5000000.00 for it and is paying it over $9000000.00 in compensation to victims. the lawsuit against the attack giant was fired. last year by the u. s. justice department. back then, the trumpet ministration had been pushing the biggest tech companies to hire more americans for permanent positions. instead of temporary foreign workers. legal unless jennifer braden explained to us a bit more detail why facebook in particular adopted that policy. facebook and some of these other companies will watch these immigrants. it's a way to save money while also preventing maybe lawsuits for unfair or discriminatory work practices. which in and of itself is discriminatory against actual united states citizens that we're applying for work and unable to get a company like facebook, with a lot of money would be able their high price attorneys, or be able to find a case that had no claims, but again,
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it's been brought by the department of justice itself. i think it's very surprising of people. many people who see facebook or some of the social media platforms is an arm of a political party. so it's kind of being this distinction drawn between this, what we consider politicize, or a bite and era department of justice, which should be friends with facebook. actually bringing a discrimination claim against, you know, this, this partner. so this story might be used by either the federal government, by the new situation, or by facebook, to argue that the way we are different, you know, we, we, we can be held accountable or not about the law. when in reality, they've been working hand in hand for a long time, and facebook has been acting as an are a political federal agencies in order to st. silence political opponents, developing stories hello to, to next to broke last are an explosion on the military bus in the syrian capital, damascus is kill 13 soldiers according to state
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t. v. pictures starting to come in though not pleasant. shod remains of it. and you can see the smoke making out reports suggest to explosive devices went off. the conflicting sources say it was the land mines, or maybe bombs placed inside the bus. another ball was diffused by engineering units that there's also lost in the afghan capital kabul this wednesday morning. according to local media, the explosion happened opposite the border. police tooth report suggest an an identified person loves a grenade at a passing car. the vehicle belong to taliban militants and afghan, please spokesperson is confirmed to help on. fighters were injured. meantime, along the afghan border, russia and his post soviet allies, the staging, major military drills, hundreds of tanks, and thousands of soldiers of a mast major show of strength made rising tensions in the turbulent region.
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reporting back from the than 1st this morning. eager stuff. it didn't take long for the drills to ramp up to the max here in southeast, in tajikistan. 6 nations have brought together some of their most battle ready units for target practice and opportunity. we could not miss. so we've been promised that today's going to be jam back with action. so right now, we're on away through some very rocky terrain to witness the work of some multiple rocket mess. our systems, as we enjoy a bumpy ride to the artillery positions, helicopters opened the act. then the ground troops joined the fun hitting their imaginary targets with all they've got
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ah the action is intense, sometimes it's simply impossible to see what's going on. so much sand and dust is in the air. what we can see clearly from our position, the approach of the truck mounted rocket launches. they stop. take aim and await the command. and then they receive it. ah, these are the grad, multiple rocket launchers used in conflicts all over the world, libya, yemen, the nickel and a cab conflict last year, all the way back in viet nam, you name it. they've most likely been there. it seems to be there is no branch of military that is left out. and these drills from special forces to heavy artillery, 2 tanks to infantry. you name it. it seems only the nuclear branch seems to be left out, but that's well for everybody's good. really. all this food here is obliterating
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the jews and mountain slopes. we charge a mere 8 kilometers away from the african border. a roar demonstration of power intended to behead much further afield than where the artillery is falling. hamish dawn of reporting from the g cust on our t is 15 policy our morning lot more to tell you, but i can stick a round coming up the f b. i then rating the homes in washington and new york owned by relatives of the russian billionaire, all at dental pasco. we got a correspondence with the scene, the businessman's representative saying, the move is linked to us sanctions. not a more coming up. ah
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ah ah . is there now a dual system of justice many think so for example, a former senior f b i of issue lied repeatedly to his bosses, but now is exonerated. but a former head of the national security council did not lie to be f b i and his life was destroyed. where is the justice in that?
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i say, oh oh, i gotta watch him at work. 17 pass. they are on the button or the introduction of a facial recognition payment system, order number of school canteens, and scotlands provoked the wrath of privacy. campaigners. critics say pupils haven't been properly informed about the potential dangers of the tech and fear over it. sir. intrusiveness organizations need to carefully consider the necessity and proportionality of collecting biometric data before they do so. organizations should consider using a different approach of the same goal can be achieved in a less intrusive manner. no child should have to get through board estelle, i don't see cracks just to get a school meal. we're supposed to live in a democracy, not a security state. so face scaling cannot be used in 9 north asia schools to pay for
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school dinners. simple enough may be the company behind the tech says it's covered secure and can speed up queues as transactions take. just 5 seconds is thought the system could soon be rolled out than a more schools. if it goes well. local authorities a back the move, they say it makes counties more efficient and provides opportunities for students to use innovative technology as they go. they added at 97 percent of children, all their parents had agreed to this and consented to the use of facial recognition unit. only a discuss the attack with the radio host and journalist john gaunt and former independent police advisor sondra glen. it makes life easier and clearly in this code era in scotland, that's why they want to do it, cut down the risk of transmission. and then we sometimes get ourselves on area about things. we don't need to get area about if this is more efficient. if you've got a car anyway, you know, when you gone the tree, which will go on to the moment, people know where you've been and where you know where you're going. i can't see any problem with that scanning jordan spaces for the payment for the lunches or
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whatever it doesn't really help scroll virus. it doesn't help to increase the impacts of me. apart from that time, not touching cards, and what you pay to back ignition because it's still really going to an experimental stage and it hasn't been tested. why? again, across our population that the test on school children is a little bit of a far reach. i'm surprised at the 90 percent class parents assigned their content, but this i think the children do know what's going on. 90 percent or sandra herself says, is an overwhelming figure, a huge figure. moving to just for a progressive because it's probably going to happen during the line anyway, so may as well get on board. now sandra, everybody should jump in and be on the, on, on it as it happens. but when that technology is 8781 percent unpaid mobile lot was black and brown, gay. then i think there's some good morning to be done at the kodak here. why are
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we going to wait? 30 is the kodak to be good for bracken brown? skin, some it is smooth out, should be but everybody do except sandra is right that we need to have my make sure this provision there as well, and it has to work for every child. i'm a 100 percent in favor of that, but it's coming lunch. well, come the new technology that stop being so blooming, paranoid, you've got personal data very much at the forefront of this. and as we well know, it's big business. you know, it sells for a lot of money. facebook and tell you that. shouldn't we concerned about how the tech company running the tells plans to use the data? we don't know how they are regulating it. i think it is a good place to test to actually a, in something as innocuous as their children get in their school meals. but obviously we need to know where that date has been, how, how it's being held on what is being used for. i accept the educational thought is locked into this. i think he can work. what's wrong with it, what's wrong with it? others do not understand. we've seen that some technology can be,
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can make mistakes, it's cause offense. and in particular, the best regulation that's used out there. but this type of service can sometimes cause of benz i would hate to have an as yet child of color wait in the queue and be denied access to their last because they're, the machine did not recognize them. the f. b, i was rated homes in washington and new york linked to russian, businessman and billy, now ali dara pasco, the tire counts on the us sanctions list. the bureau later confirmed the search was authorized by a court, a representative of therapist, those dismissed claims. the raids were connected with any criminal investigation at his foreign from psych went to one of those rated homes. well, it was an eventful tuesday morning here outside the home of oleg dairy pasco. right? i could see f b i. agents are still coming through his $15000000.00 mansion here on the northwest side of d. c. a for money. they don't know this name, but for some they are member who is tied with paul man of fort
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a former campaign chairman of donald trump, who was convicted on fraud charges, and then eventually pardoned by donald trump in his final month and office according to an f b, i spokeswoman agents were conducting a quote, court authorized law enforcement activity, but didn't provide any more details as to why the f b. i was there. the property was surrounded by yellow tape, giving restricted access only to the f b i. except when towing away his car in the front driveway, 53 year old dairy pasco was sanctioned back in 2018 by the trumpet, ministration, along with about 2 dozen other kremlin officials with close ties to president vladimir putin following alleged russian meddling and the 2016 presidential election, the latest rate is just another setback for dary pascall, who recently suit over the sanctions and a judge dismisses lawsuit back in june. in a 2016 court filing dairy pasco said he had difficulty getting
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a visa to travel to the u. s. but was able to use his diplomatic passport to visit new york 10 different times since 2009. many of the dc neighbourhood, however, say on some of those trips, he did visit the home and stay at the house. reviewing renovations. however, no word on the last time he actually visited the property no moments ago as of this broadcast, we actually saw the f b. i tell away one of jerry pascoe's vehicles as to why the f b. i has not said they're not giving a news conference this afternoon whatsoever at this point, but we also do know that the u. s. has sanction dairy pascoe's companies including his, the aluminum giant united company, russo and basic elements. now, jerry pasco vehemently denies any wrong doing, says that this is kind of a tactic for the united states to slander him, to i'm ruin his wealth, his reputation, and his hard earned global assets. however, according to forbes, he is worth $4900000000.00 for
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r t and fair in france. act. next professors from top universities in the u. k. say they're being harassed by trans activists for simply expressing their views. over 200 academic system sounded open, latino calling out the alleged abuse. this is not just an issue of freedom of expression. it's also an issue of harassment and discrimination. universities are creating and intimidating and hostile environment for stuff and students who recognize that sex matters. transact of his argue that they're simply defending the rights to the community, but non profit organization sex matters, says there have been 80 cases in the last 5 years of harassment and no platforming of academics expressing traditional views about gender affected universities include oxford and cambridge. and how we heard from an oxford associate professor who says, faculty and students who like and are afraid of expressing their views about gender . there are a lot of universities which are not protecting academic framed freedom and allowing
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particularly female academics to be harassed and also younger, younger faculty and students who are too fearful to, to say what they really think about issues around 6 agenda as well as other issues universities don't care about academic freedom, university vice chancellors and the you know, the administrators and universities don't care. i think the problem is, is that some particular arguments, some particular perspectives that trend, some trans people he hold, not all of them have become institutionalized, almost like a kind of religious dogma within the university. so that the comment almost like an official doctrine and official orthodoxy within universities. and i think that's not right now. what we're calling them on is that the equal rights commission, the e. c, e h r c, to launch an investigation into this area because it involves at this point to involve more than just academic freedom, involves this of discrimination against people with particular beliefs and at
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discrimination on grounds of sex, brand new in this morning. the u. s. to find secretaries assured ukraine of america's support and it's paid for nato membership. lloyd austin made the promise during a visit to the country, also stressed that russia had no right to interfere in camps aspiration to join the alliance. no 3rd country has sir, has a veto over night, owes membership decisions are ukraine or as you heard me say earlier, has a right to decide its own future foreign policy and her. and we expect that they will be able to do that without any outside interference. his words then come in the wake of a dramatic spy contentions of late between russia and nato. moscow's decided to suspend its permanent mission to the alliance from november, the 1st and to close nato's mission in the russian capital. here the move is
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a direct response to the lion salia kicking out a number of russian diplomats for ledge spying. the kremlin meantime says allowing ukraine to join nato would be a step too far. he cranes the session to nato would be the worst case scenario. this is the scenario that goes beyond the red lines of russia's national interests . this is the scenario that could force russia to take active measures to ensure its own security. and we spoke with a former marine corps intelligence officer, scott ritter about it, and also expensive and security on this. michael maloof is considered move. they both say nato could be shooting herself in the foot by allowing you crank to join. i think this is all part of a concerted action by the united states once again, 220, wrap it up. pressure on, on moscow, basically to contain russia in its own sphere of influence, going back to 2008,
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when, ah, ah, us was trying to push a both thought georgia and ukraine into, into nato. but it was a, it was, it was the membership itself of nato, which decided against such a move. nato needs to understand that if they make an effort to bring ukraine in, russia will take action. and, you know, the rush is not a nation to bluff say, i hope nato understands, is that the russians are prone to blushing. and when they talked about extreme reaction, extreme security situation, extreme means extreme. we're talking about war. and there's a real chance that nato will find it. so for the shooting war with russia over ukraine, one that it and out when and more over one that united states is not in a position to come to their aid laughs or up what we're talking about. so fall this out so much more. dorothy doe coleman of a social media and he's, he's, he's from a state sad stadium is next in your part of the world,
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but for now voted for moscow. my name is kevin o, in from the team, have a super day with the poor in america. i've gone porn and they've been vastly more numerous. and the billing our class have gotten more a 1000000000 area to a great extent. but the government reports in the aggregates. so they all take a foreign billionaire and they put him together. they say to put those 2 together, we don't see any inflation. while this worked for about 20 years and people were fooled by this, and anyone who complained was considered to be anti america. well, now, because of they've mis allocation their breast for so long in the ricochet and boomerang a verse coming back into the system. it went ab catastrophic system failure.
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it's been decades since the fall of spain's fascist regime. but old wound still haven't tailed. or in going into them is 40 because on the foaming out to you, michael feed him ok. give it to me. so i will said cutting me on the bus at the station. we notice that anderson they think was mitchell, you know, thousands of newborn babies were torn from their mothers and given away and forced adoption. they don't allow a bottom on are you just young ford fiesta that are my own robot is a fairly well men's it to this day? mothers still search for grown children, while adults look in hope for their birth parents. with former british di chris for steel is a talking and is standing by his daughter j a y. now we're going to bring you what he is saying and why he is even talking. we're going to look at how well vice
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