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The authoritative source for independent rigorous high-quality academic research on UK-EU relations. Listen to our Brexit and Beyond podcast here: https://soundcloud.com/user-941630307 #Brexit #Brexit2016 #Economy #Brexitfacts #politics #Europe #podcasts #JohnCurtice #Generalelection #TheUKinaChangingEurope #partypolitics #Brexitvote #Facts #BrexitBreakdown #Parliament #EuropeanUnion #Referendum2016 #Leave #Remain #impartial #news #UnitedKingdom #AnandMenon #SimonUsherwood #NorthernIreland # ...
 
The UK in a Changing Europe’s new podcast 'Brexit and Beyond' is presented by the organisation’s director Professor Anand Menon. We dig deep in to our guest’s area of expertise, explaining the key issues around it and discussing how and why it’s so useful for our better understanding of society.The UK in a Changing Europe is the authoritative source for independent rigorous high-quality academic research on UK-EU relations. You can find us here https://soundcloud.com/uk-in-a-changing-europe# ...
 
Every Tuesday and Friday, Recode’s Kara Swisher and NYU Professor Scott Galloway offer sharp, unfiltered insights into the biggest stories in tech, business, and politics. They make bold predictions, pick winners and losers, and bicker and banter like no one else. After all, with great power comes great scrutiny. From New York Magazine and the Vox Media Podcast Network.
 
Coronavirus! Climate! Brexit! Trump! Politics has never been more unpredictable, more alarming or more interesting: Talking Politics is the podcast that tries to make sense of it all. Every week David Runciman and Helen Thompson talk to the most interesting people around about the ideas and events that shape our world: from history to economics, from philosophy to fiction. What does the future hold? Can democracy survive? How crazy will it get? This is the political conversation that matters ...
 
Neil Howe’s Demography Unplugged is designed to help savvy investors and business leaders uncover hidden trends and critical developments driving world markets and economies. It’s like peering into the future. Discover the likely winners (and losers) of “big ideas” as renowned demographer Neil Howe – the guy who coined the term “millennial” – distills game-changing new developments down to their essence. Neil’s highly sought-after analysis is now delivered throughout the month in an easy-to- ...
 
Get up to speed on the daily news first thing in the morning with Marketplace Morning Report. Hosted by David Brancaccio, Marketplace Morning Report keeps you informed on what you may have missed when you were sleeping, kicking off each weekday with a global business update from the BBC World Service in London. In less than ten minutes, you can start off your day with a recap of the top economic and business headlines with our daily news show and podcast. David Brancaccio brings you key news ...
 
Even Heggernes (Country Manager, UK & Ireland, Airbnb), Omid Ashtari (Managing Director, Europe, Foursquare) and Heather Leisman (Managing Director, EMEA, Hotel Tonight) discuss growing a business through disruptive technology and innovation at the Apple Store, Regent Street in London. Discover how they are changing their industry and the customer experience through new technologies.
 
The all-new DARETOGROW pod cast. Lisa Bean is the founder of the multiple six figure business DARETOGROW, and author of the Amazon topping book First Sh!t Version. Through her online programmes she teaches purpose-driven entrepreneurs how to launch a business to make a living doing what they love and how to scale that business to six figures online. Having sold over £1m of services in her businesses (across marketing, recruitment and online training), Lisa specialises in helping people craft ...
 
When you think about Brits Abroad, you probably have some clear ideas about who they are. Pensioners soaking up the sun in Spain is probably top of that list. What if I told you that 79% of the British population living in the EU-27 are of working age and below? Or that Britain has one of the highest emigration rates in the world? This is a podcast all about what Brexit means to and for British citizens living in the EU27. Hosted by Dr Michaela Benson, it focuses on Brexit as it takes place ...
 
The 2009 United Nations Climate Change Conference in Copenhagen presents a new focus for international debate and decisions about energy and its use. What are the countries of Western Europe and Scandinavia doing to promote sustainable energy production? Just how different will the future energy map of Europe look? And is energy policy principally a scientific issue or a political one? This album contains a series of films exploring energy policy in various countries around Europe in 2006, f ...
 
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Sir John Curtice, Senior Fellow at the UK in a Changing Europe explains the inevitability of SNP becoming Scotland's largest party at the local elections, how the Scottish Greens are heading for a record performance, and the unlikelihood of the Alba party winning any seats.By The UK in a Changing Europe
 
Where are all the jobs that everyone was promising we’d see in the April report on hiring and unemployment out today? Expectations were that the U.S. economy added almost 1 million jobs. The data shows that number is actually 266,000. Plus, among the employers trying to replenish their workforces: public schools. How does an increasing return to hy…
 
It was on Good Friday, 2nd of April 2021, that rioting erupted in a corner of Northern Ireland’s vibrant capital Belfast. In days, violence spread. It was on a scale that hadn’t been seen for years.With fears of a return to the troubled period of violence from Northern Ireland’s past, Tanya Beckett asks if the fragile peace is under threat.Produced…
 
People whose jobs depend on performing in front of crowds are among the many trying to figure out when the time is right to get back to it as vaccinations take hold. Plus, news that exports from China are up, as recovery takes hold in the U.S. and COVID slows factory production in India. And, new CDC guidelines to get the cruise industry sailing ag…
 
From the BBC World Service: Demand for Chinese electronic goods has picked up in the U.S., and PPE sales have increased in countries still struggling with COVID. Plus, England’s foreign travel “green list” — vacation destinations which won’t require quarantine when you get back home — is about to be revealed. And, Grab, the Southeast Asian ride-hai…
 
Kara and Scott talk about the Facebook Oversight Board's decision to uphold Facebook's ban of Donald Trump's Facebook account... for the next six months. Then they talk about Peloton recalling, their treadmills, and how the company handled the crisis. In listener mail, we get a question about how Google has dealt with ethics as it relates to artifi…
 
As the dust settles after the Hartlepool by-election, Jack Blanchard looks back at some of the great by-election contests of recent years — and ponders whether these quintessentially British political battles are always as significant as they seem. Lib Dem MP Sarah Olney recalls her famous Brexit-fuelled victory over Conservative Zac Goldsmith in R…
 
Almost three decades ago in a sleepy Brisbane suburb, a mysterious disease tore through a suburban horse stable, killing 13 horses and causing the death of a renowned horse trainer.It initially puzzled experts but after a year of painstaking investigation, they discovered it was a new, never-before-seen virus.…
 
Two more people in Sydney's Eastern suburbs have tested positive to COVID-19, linked to a case in hotel quarantine, but authorities are yet to establish the much needed missing link. As contact tracers urgently track down hundreds of potential close contacts, it's been revealed QR COVIDSafe check-ins have fallen by 25 per cent from the beginning of…
 
The ban on repatriation from India has been "damaging" to the Morrison government, despite some Australian's preference for a "hard line approach" to borders. The host of Insiders on ABC TV David Speers joins RN Breakfast to discuss the latest developments in federal politics.
 
Today, the government is expected to outline its plan to get 9,000 Australians home once the travel pause ends. Trade and Tourism Minister Dan Tehan says there's is no established time frame for repatriation, but the returned passengers will do their quarantine at Howard Springs, which now has a capacity of 2,000.…
 
As pressure mounts to temporarily scrap intellectual property rules on COVID-19 vaccines, US President Joe Biden has thrown his support behind the waiver. The World Trade Organisation says the move would help developing countries to make their own jabs and get inoculated faster, but a former Pfizer President argues it could mean problems in the fut…
 
As New York City emerges from the COVID-19 pandemic, one of its best loved and most iconic institutions, Broadway, is planning a comeback too.Around 30 shows will return to the stage from September and the theatre industry says raising the curtain after a year and a half hiatus will be monumental.
 
As the Taliban makes inroads to regain power, American intelligence analysts fear that the rights and wellbeing of women is under serious threat.It comes as a new Human Rights Watch reports warns that a drop in international donor funding is harming Afghan women and girls, with access to and quality of health care already affected.…
 
Some possible insight into what a Chinese cyberespionage unit is up to. Hackathons, from Beijing to Washington (the one sponsored by Beijing developed an iPhone zero-day used against China’s Uyghurs). Panda Stealer is after crypto wallets. Microsoft's Kevin Magee reflects on lessons learned in the last year. Our own Rick Howard speaks with Todd Nei…
 
In a major switch, the Biden administration is joining other countries to try to waive intellectual property protections for COVID vaccines. Plus, a pandemic milestone for weekly jobless claims, and it’s a positive one. Also, test-driving new sources for the rubber that goes into making tires. And, the Biden administration is now rolling back a Tru…
 
A federal judge has struck down the nationwide hold on evictions during pandemic, saying the CDC didn’t have the authority to order it. The Justice Department said it would appeal the ruling. Plus, the U.S. government in recent years has kept a closer eye on foreign companies buying U.S. firms, as well as the export of certain technologies. Transac…
 
From the BBC World Service: The Global Alliance for Vaccines and Immunization has applauded President Joe Biden’s decision to back the World Trade Organization move, which aims to boost COVID vaccine production and reduce costs. Plus, a South African firm is developing alpaca antibodies to treat COVID infections. And, it’s not just the beer barrels…
 
This month is 200 years since the Guardian was first established in Manchester. For the Guardian’s world affairs editor, Julian Borger, a part of that history is deeply personal. In 1938, there was a surge of classified ads in the Guardian as parents – including his grandparents – scrambled to get their children out of the Reich. What became of the…
 
We talk to Michael Lewis about his new book The Premonition, which tells the story of the people who saw the pandemic coming and asks why they couldn't get a hearing. It's a tale of short-term failures and long-term trends in US government and it follows on from his previous book about the risks America has been running in hollowing out the adminis…
 
There was some surprise when it emerged that global streaming service Netflix paid little over half a million dollars in tax last year. Netflix has a corporate structure that enables it to move money between different entities in different countries and thus reduce its tax but there's an international push to stop this from happening.…
 
A new report on the Respectful Relationships education program, mandatory in Victorian state schools, has found it has had a positive impact on both children and teachers.Year 1 and Year 2 students involved in the initial Respectful Relationship trial in 18 Victoria and Queensland primary schools, reported increased personal wellbeing at school and…
 
The COVID-19 vaccine rollout is poised to restart in the Torres Strait, with a special freezer to store Pfizer jabs due to arrive on Thursday Island today.Despite grave concerns about the risk of transmission of COVID-19 from nearby Papua New Guinea, the rollout was paused last month after health advice changed about the suitability of AstraZeneca …
 
The former Governor of the Bank of England and the Bank of Canada has written a new book, 'Values: Building a Better World For All', in which he argues that morals should underpin economics. In the book, Mark Carney lays out a strategy for how the world can overcome the biggest challenge - climate change.…
 
Facebook's Oversight Board - made up of a panel of journalists, activists and lawyers - has upheld the decision to ban former US President Donald Trump from its site.Trump was barred from the platform following the deadly Capitol Riots; a Facebook spokesperson says he "encouraged and legitimised violence that cost lives" on 6 January.…
 
The federal government is facing growing pressure to overhaul its "over-reaching" travel ban from India amid backlash from migrant communities and the public more widely. The Political Editor for Channel Ten and columnist for The Australian Peter Van Onselen joins RN Breakfast to discuss the latest developments in federal politics.…
 
The Federal government is facing pressure from the Indian-Australian community following its ban on Australians returning home from India.Immigration Minister Alex Hawke says Indian-Australian leaders "reflected on some of the commentary" but "they don't believe" that the Australian Government made the decision based on race.…
 
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