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ah, with tennis superstar new york of h is deported from australia. now for a court upholds a controversial decision to counsel his needs that meaning the reigning 3 and the road shopping will miss the spill in open, which starts with the stories that shape their weak high stakes talk. sober ukraine, between russia and nato wrap up with moscow. accusing the alliance of trying to wine by the clock to the pony nato understands the principle at the end of his ability of security selectively. if nato applies a policy of containment against russia, moscow will have to take a calendar with cuddle, europe, head sound to start jumps. if you want to stay warm this winter. the major british
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energy company feels the heat for its advice, while fuel costs. i think i've completely lost the loss on that. why i have to wait out. she paid really crazy now because we're trying to get the close down. you just think what else with the top stories from the past 7 days and right up to the moment developments as well. this is the weekly an rti nova joke of it. shes been deported from australia. the tennis world number one was forced to leave for a court upheld the decision to revoke his visa over a vaccine issues. he will not miss out on participating in the australian open tournament. he's one for the past 3 years. the australian prime minister has backed the controversial vertical. i welcome the decision to keep our borders strong and
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keep australian safe. strong borders are fundamental to the australian way of life, as is the rule of law. our government has always understood this and has been prepared to take the decisions and actions necessary to protect the integrity of our borders. daniel, is that it is out. it's a joke about shoulders australian open for sure, even if he was so appeal which is expressed intent not to do all ready. it would be too late for the thought to be open, which as you said, takes pricing and 24 hours. now the decision, all of those 3 judges on the federal court of appeal was unanimous. the reasons for that decision they will give a little later, but they have upheld the decision by the trade immigration with arctic fork to revoke at joker, which is visa based, as he argued on the health and safety of australia. i'm the safety and security of the country's borders, saying that his presence in the country would stoke in his appeal and sentiments, even according to him in fight civil unrest. the australian providence,
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a scott morrison. this speaking very clearly mentioning the safety of board of the security board of quite what this has to do with borders alone. critics cannot say including this being president who was very scathing about the treatment. a joke which received those trailer earlier today. it was very easy for us rental for it is to say from the very beginning that okay, only vaccinated only 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 for 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 incorrect all to me how we
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have to totally opposed court decisions within just a few days. so there have been 11 days of physical and psychological harassment. what i know is that novak is always the 1st one to stand for the players, but none of us stood for him. be strong. rules are rules, they say then lose at their own court. then find a way to cancel his visa anyway. so what rules were they referring to in the 1st place? oh, i forgot election soon. stay strong. we can make 3 takeaways re from this court's decision. 3 peas if you like, politics, principal, and president. it's hard to argue this is anything to do with a, a rational concern of safety. joke of it's susan said being perceived as somebody who's infectious is going to infect people oppose a public health risk. he had, he actually turned out to be the winner. if he were to attend the australian open and actually when as number one, he's or he'll get $3100000.00 us dollars. so he's missing out on a huge potential pay day here. tell us more about the reactions to this will learn
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a paid a joke of it. she's serv. his dreams of winning a 10th australian open 21st grand slam. are our shattered reaction though that we have to give credit has been very polarizing. we've had people saying both, okay, people have made sacrifices. australia has had one below us cobra death rates, partly because of their very strong rules that stringent looked on rules, border policies, rules the rules are, should be no exceptions. here are the people who have said, okay, it's really about following the rules. he has followed the rules for entry. his filled in his forms, his provided evidence of his medical exemption is code infection. is this really about that, or is it personal? and certainly people on the street serve certainly following the 1st court decision . we're very passionate and very angry about the way he's been treated ah
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knoxville himself has said he's extremely disappointed with this decision, but he is going to respect the court's decision. is going to comply a corporate with the court suddenly, authorities and an return home on, of course, back at home, joker, which as we heard there from the sub in the president has in views. i'm not exactly perhaps as a mortal source, but certainly the perception has been that he has been mistreated. he's been targeting single doubt as a scapegoat to make an example of that spin the sentiment in his home country of serbia. i am revolted and angry because i did not expect they would treat the world's best tennis player like this. he did not deserve this additional and all nobody's going through is the frustration of our entire nation pursued accruals. they had said from the beginning that only vaccinated people can participate, it would be all right, but at one point they tell him one thing, another time, something else. the funny to go, this is pure politics. the issue here are the principles we live for, at least as europeans freedom, fraternity equality or, you know,
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i think really the somethings up we can. and we can quote why andy murray, he's a step in and said really from the situation. they're all know what us, this is bad for everybody. this is bad for joking. rich, this is bad for tennis, for the viewers had paid good money to see one of the world's top sports dos play and who of course, already returning their tickets. we're seeing mass requests, the refunds are based on what's happened here. and of course bad for the australian government would be all positions saying that they've dilly dally. they've created confusion and control with the, with the rules on the should resign. really. there are no one is in there. sandra joker, which of course heading home are very disappointed. i'm picking up on one of those points. ellis cashmore, author of the book making sense of sport believes the australian government has made joke of which a martyr by deporting this is a manifestly political decision as the world knows. dot morrison has federal elections looming in about 4 months time. and he's been awarded this morning
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with a response from the australian public, which seems to endorse the decision of the australian government to deport joker ridge where the thing that 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 as a joke of it by allowing him to play. but by deporting him by excluding him from the, the total that he's done exactly that because anti vax is around the world now will be looking to juggle rich 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. alex cashmore will after initially winning their appeal in the case when the serbian was released from the detention center r t spoke to novak torque of which father and uncle, who said he had been treated appallingly by cumber. i can say in my name,
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i personally mean i vacillated, you know, and this is all him, you know, and on the other side, as you know, to his, the. busy corona in december, you know, and the, this is not a medical reason to get the law sign before a judge that she has though, the girl he gets full time at all. and he has under gene lima. he is looking to get blood real, real, really heavy and we are so sorry. we like to australian people, but the southern government did really wrong things to know. number one in the, in the, in the dentist, one of the best force men ever, you know, this is, this is what he said is very fat mika, than usual. you, samuel, i can't describe the feeling. we never thought off on me. the best tennis player in the world would have had to go through this, especially in such a far away land, where he had already proven himself was the best 9 times. it's incredible that this
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has happened to him already, but it has happened and it was in no way related to sports. it's all politics, although he didn't deserve the visa refusal in the 1st place. we never had to deal with such politics. neil, our politics is tennis, sonny, of course we expect no fact to win his 21st grandson and his 10th australia knows perfectly simple girls, i mean. okay, moving on now, the kremlin is insisting on a concrete response from the u. s. to its proposed security guarantees, washington sees it will give it in writing next week. it follows in depth talks between russia and nato. older russia said those negotiations highlighted continuing differences with ukraine being the main stumbling block ortiz, charlotte dubin ski has more. how do you solve a problem? like russia? easiest under false weight is for a shot to deescalate it is russia that has to make a start trice,
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the escalation and diplomacy, or confrontation and consequences that was due from the u. s. a. nato, after they held a ceilings of meetings with their russian counterparts. on the one hand, they repeatedly said that they were there to find solutions on the other. that solution was some have suggested one sided. russia has to make giant strides towards reducing into military presence anyway, mean crane. if there is to be a d escalation of tensions for the russian delegation, the double speak was too much. we are fed up with loose dog ha promises, misinterpretation of what happened, that different forms of negotiations have behind closed doors. we do not trust the other sites. so to see we need iron clad. waterproof bulletproof,
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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 evade ukraine. moscow say this is for 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 hate out that meters idea of security did not extend to non members, should indian luck. nato expansion doesn't solve any problems of security. it division lines or that doesn't remove them. so these are the other things to say. nathan lodgement is aggressive, absolutely not true. and nathan launch month has been a cornerstone for the spread of democracy and freedom across europe. molto
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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, was 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 and fortunately the language from country representatives was anything but it seems reads were risk of war in the always sea 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
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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, quote, security to countries. russia's foreign minister disagrees. the west went too far. let's 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 codes are 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
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eye on really was just how far apart they are and that it talks fail. the consequences could be catastrophic jollity than sky r. t. amsterdam. and just staying with the story, we discussed the possibility of nato's further expansion into former soviet states with a panel of guests ukraine and even georgia. we would not be allowed to become a full fledged member of nato because they have internal divisions within their own countries. and that is stipulated in the atlantic alliance of nato itself. so until those con, frozen conflicts are resolved, and they cannot be admitted as a member. but you have the united states and nato moving nato forces up to up to the black sea area, just opposite and wanting to go into ukraine and actually do military maneuvers with, with ukraine. and as well as georgia and, and provide
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a so called defensive weapons, which easily could become offensive weapons. and this is, this is what moscow sees as a threat. it would be crazy for nato to get ukraine on board. it's a failed state. it is a finding full time and dangerous democracy in the making as the american say. and it could turn into real war effort. ukraine joins later, not because russia would do anything but simply because to hold heads in jeff would do something stupid to be alliance should be responsible and not take anybody. and within the alliance, believe me, several countries and not the small ones don't want ukraine. of course, there is an image that needs to be projected of humanity, but it is not the case. and people realized in europe that it is very dangerous to have ukraine. and if only because of some of the whole hats in the west of the
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country got, hey, russia and i could do anything to stop the war. a british energy provider fund itself, feeling the heat this week over its advice to customers and how to stay warm. it told people to cuddle their pet son to star jumps. it was part of a response to energy bills that are predicted to double this year. are you weighing up, eating all heating is still the predictor to sort of 2000 pounds a year for no more as one of britain's biggest energy suppliers has come up with no one idea. the 10 ways to save on heating cost, not only laira, but get the hot rate going with some starch. i'm. and if that doesn't work, how about a comes in is a cutter with a cat? okay, i don't have a cat, but i do have this guy. another central suggestion is to leave the open door open after cooking, the capital of your kids love and eat a hearty bowl of porridge. and of course, make sure you have
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a decent pair of socks or slippers. apparently, all these are simple cost effective ways to keep warm this winter. but the company can't be serious, can it? i think they've completely lost the floor on that one. i have to say don't close with, we're not stupid. i are, we are need to try and notes that i eating on really freezing in our, in house because we're trying to get the cost down. you just think my, what else was i today? if that's real advice than the i'd be slightly and salary by are either hopefully by now why with the event that i need to study my energy done, i put an extra jumper on seminar. so yeah, i want to be in solid bio for any other company, but that doesn't say i wouldn't listen. so i would say got fixed on contract. that would suit me. the advice sent to customers comes as many households are extremely worried about rising energy costs. and despite the company apologizing for the l
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judge, suggestion politicians have criticize the coal haunted approach. it is lawful and insulting. but then with this government's lack of an energy strategy, you almost 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 a 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 a 2008 financial crash this year. wages will barely quote one of the same time. 7 bill jumped by 50 percent around 2000 pounds when britain's new energy price cap is 2nd april. this means in real time, people actually get a pay cut in the situation in the for the cost of living catastrophe. i think the information we had,
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the way to use that you could possibly have in business local 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 hope, hotel and everything else. we use quite a lot of electricity and it's hard to find. i am terrified of the impact of businesses in the country. not just me. when i mean small business is struggling . i just have to stop. we pay the bounce back government and supposedly gave us, but we've got to pay them back to all of a sudden and 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 so 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 are worried that bills will become totally on affordable this year
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. and i'm thinking the government to for the bill. labor also piling on the pressure for the government to ditch tax hikes and scrap v a t on feel all together consent to ministers council, the 0 carbon homes program. they bond on show when development, they launch the eco insulation program. they tore it up within one year. they were, you see, you case gosh, storage capacity. i don't one particularly silly moment. the current foreign secretary claims solar panels were risk to domestic food production or all of these decisions that 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 really household, but also risks making archways. the british industry and competitive a talk, a combination of spiking prices, tax hikes looming energy, big bills on the government. a parent reluctance to address these issues may
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actually see ridiculous ideas like cuddling pats, how people overcome this. and the upcoming winters become a reality shot. edwards dashti, arte london, stella head calls for boris johnson to resign are mounting after us, the of scandals, the latest of which we'll go through. right. to join me every thursday on the alex salmon show. i'll be speaking to guess of the world of politics, sport business. i'm show business. i'll see you then. mm . oh, cool. so the you in the story didn't the united states talking about human rights
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talking about press freedom. if you going to talk the talk, you got a walk, in other words, you've got to be consistent. you, cassandra, on the one hand, we believe press freedom, but on the other hand, we're going to exclude julian massage. and i think the hypocrisy of united states in his choice is what really makes a lot of people really mad about the guy sitting here in australia where people just don't understand them. right. what is the starting citizen which comes down with ah ah, hello again, families of those who died during the you case 1st, kobe walked on,
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half slammed an apology from forest johnson as an insult. that's off to the prime minister admitted he attended a boozy dawning street bash during the national locked owns the opposition and even some senior tories helping piling pressure on the p. m. calling on him to resign. it was i don't think he can continue. continue to play a minister asking people to follow the rules and guidance of his government. i don't believe she did. when i went into that garden just after 6 on the 20th of may . 2020. i believe implicitly that this was a work event. well may, 2020 was a tough month for britain. much of the country was paralyzed by the 1st national loc done with indoor meetings between high school is strictly prohibited. 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
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to. this become abundantly clear that the prime minister thinks that they don'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 contracts that 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 sparked
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a wave of means online. even major companies like ryan or have been posting mocking images. it's not the 1st party gates scandal involving johnson. at the end of last year, a pictures emerged online, allegedly showing him taking part in several social events at dining street during the 2020 locked leading to yet more pressure on his position. it is so ridiculous that is actually offensive to the press. you see now going to do the 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 exceeded him earlier? well, the prime minister finally do the decent thing. i'm resign oral historian. peace be forced to show him the door. so for once kind of prime us for do the honorable thing and resign 17 april sharing a plunge. got one thing to play,
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medical should step down. and eventually you can do, you know, as go brazilian play minister. he sorry, because he's being cool, there any most resolve in my judgement and all the evidence that's concerned 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. and him, leading by example isn't really key element of thought leadership that is clear and not only this bar a strong, some 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, the say little weights, these words that they can just hang. and yeah, a messaging throughout has been terrible. the following of that only scientific
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voices has been at best patchy, and at worst they've gone against scientific advice. and the result has been nearly about either a $175000.00 dust now, which is deeply upsetting. ah, this week prince andrew, the queen's 2nd song was stripped his military type or say made a high profile of sexual abuse case. he will also no longer be known as his royal highness in any official capacity. it comes after a u. s. judge refused to dismiss a civil law suit from a woman who accuses him of sexually assaulting her when she was a teenager. buckingham palace released the following statement. with the queen's approval agreement, the duke york's military affiliations on royal patronage is have been returned to the queen. the vehicle continue not to undertake any public duties on defending this case. as a private citizen. the trial in question was given the go ahead on wed and say the
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case was filed by virginia defray. she say she was traffic by convicted peter fall, jeffrey epstein and force of sex with the prince wall of epstein's properties. the prince denies all allegations, while the alleged activities involving the duke of your 1st service thrown 2 years ago. back then he gave a lengthy interview to the b, b. c. in which he said he didn't recall meeting his accuser. however, after the interview, the step down from public duties up to now, he'd still been willing to 8 british regiments, including holding a military rank of the iconic granite deer guards. well, some days ago, british army veterans wrote a letter to the queen asking her to strip the prince of all his ranks and titles within the military. former u. k. home office minister norman baker told me he thinks the queen has made the rightness. i think that we're going to have a summer, or a year old in vomiting revelations that under require to provide evidence to the
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american coach, wanted to put him as possible. so that's that of course required. right. to say the legally people are jo proven guilty in this problem. sorry, i didn't, didn't america. and therefore you could argue that could happen in the cold case is you also in your home, the veterans and myself. you have to get him proper, really unjustly. just tasteful to carry on with that he started rolled onto the start removing long as they are within to get to the queen. and daughters are being fighting or anything like that to operate in britain. he simply having what was given to him by the queen taken away. norman baker wrapping up the week in review while we are riding along next with a sight, carolina swap team and the award winning documentary do not resist. it's
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