BBC Radio Scotland
2 hours
Batman Returns if you can fly to us Stansted that you can fly to Luton and obviously Heathrow it is the main airport so I think that the moment George your business passionate want to go to Heathrow they need the connections they need a very easy access it into London the only alternative is the world as slow Flybe aircraft a much smaller aircraft and they don't have the facilities are at Heathrow you've got to walk to the aircraft across the time I get it onto a coat on and then there and then go into the terminal the way back to sell it is for business travelers at the moment Malcolm machine behaviour just in the seat picture of the legroom on domestic flights for summer free drinks for snack some computing with the low cost Airlines use at a sensible cost cutting measure a robot alien eats a lot of business customers in particular book.
BBC Radio Ulster
2 days
lipsy it would be in every person you're hurting every dog what it does do really well um but we know from people is that it can really reduce the speed of medication know that they're on by giving them something else that's constantly active in the day and the really interesting thing about it is that all of the human studies show it massively improved quality of life so that all the children in the care of the children that have it and all the human experience and much improve something goes well with the world around them um interaction with the people around them and I think that's funny boy in tangible to measure and dogs but it's going to be definisi with Jago and with all the dogs that we done so far we really I don't frequent very recently available it seems to be what's happening with them two that their seizure control is better but not the season and relegated the way.
BBC Radio Wales
4 days
women wearing a hijab and not know one object to that did this is their shots what is Forbidden is that you can see your face because it's an issue of public Security now that's a different thing then a headscarf sin in schools were they were banned because the French hate being such a lot of that fits with your belief that one has to work with Muslim Communities win their scholar said this was not something which was against against Muslims in general and you know for the last two this measure has been in place since 2004 and so beautiful Muslim pupils who would come to school wear a headscarf in the street that take the head cars out of the school when you get in school to put it back when they go back in the street so this.
BBC Radio Wales
5 days
what you already know so to some extent that a cultural difference about policing but as I say intelligent sharing between the UK and the US it hasn't very very deep rooted has been going on for a very very long time and in wider measure this is a NATO meeting during the American elections president trump said he was quite hostile tomato seems to have calmed down a little bit on that basis of hostilities at the moment Donald Trump as you can look into your compendium of Presidential quotes and pick up anything you like and yes he did during the election campaign describe NATO is obsolete but a little bit after he was elected he described it is no longer obsolete and he now sees it apparently as the other effective tool for combating Global terrorism so he does seem to be somewhat reconcile to it but UK me with.
BBC Radio Scotland
5 days
what liquid is poured in Santa Monica what inspired her to come up with the idea we got her a brief finnair class that was kind of like em to find a stigmatized I measure presenter community and to be honest the first thing I thought of was there was prisoners so I kind of wanted to kill a human eyes then when she was there yet they've done something wrong button and the way that we need to communicate is to come sit down and talk about it and you guys like British people do like to just universe it down and have a cup of tea you talk about the things that whenever there's any problems so um I guess that's kind of where the idea of mark scheme from when it was a very much can I take to Em sit em sit up and bears idea to call it mug shot that's all them what messages do you put in these mugs at the Dusit list of crimes what is it just left side feeling well actually I do with dick in a list of trains but it was.
BBC Radio Wales
5 days
1977 which is a pretty dark time in America after the Vietnam war and after the sixties a kind of gone wrong and this was a film that was all about happy Endings in the good guys winning so was it was it was a can of an antidote to some of the things going on in the United States and culturally and politically Nixon resign delete and install what was the film that that they try to pick people spirits up and I think the 6s it has almost instantly is it is a measure of how about that universality how it spoke to two people and continues to speak to people today jokes being handled and his name is on there but what kind of reaction do you get when you tell people that you've done it that will it it says Internet started day I get contact you quite a lot I get emails from people I go out to conventions and meet fans and sign pictures and stuff like that ok to get phone to other countries so it.
BBC Radio Wales
5 days
measure so Sally has got concerns a bit worried I think it's terrible but you know you could be standing next to the next person you do something couldn't hear you don't know you don't know everybody's everywhere on today do you feel reassured that there are currently more police and potentially trips available to it to deal with a situation but I think it's the more visible they are people can still get round things like that can't be so I don't think we're safe unfortunately I am worried about this weekend you know the weekend coming up the football it's a proud proud will you be staying away from crowds yes yes yes South Wales police there will be an increase number of armed police officers visible to the public there does seem to be.
BBC Radio Wales
5 days
because you have his wonderful series and they polemically explain the world very well to us but you can't measure anything we will have any information we have all the information we take the train to London all the cheats all the shit she said you know what if we could just amalgamate that process it then we really be able to understand you and behaviour welcome to big data and it's manipulable that's great in a minute to watch you want to use it in the way they provide the answers you need it can also be used to manipulate people which is very bad writing very troublesome to me but it can be used to Great good because it can tell us a great deal about people's behaviour so institutions governments businesses and so forth it's nothing wrong and my mind with a business reading the data embedded responding to my knees in the end that's what they doing.
BBC Radio London
6 days
they would wreak havoc here on earth would annoy on the people at who were the family members of those who are left behind at that might be another at one of those made his way out on the extreme that people might consider comedy talking about colonel Richard Kemp former chairman of Cobra the Intelligence group here is a little of what he had to say but at least 3000 calling to the director general of MI5 people who are of concern they can't possibly will be monitored but there's one way to deal with this Sunday roast beef many people would disagree and it's a draconian measure for the way to deal with it is to deport any non British citizen who is seriously suspected by intelligence of being involved in terrorism yet cannot be convicted or prosecute in the court of law and equally to strip dual citizenship and deport them as well in some circumstances.
BBC Radio Scotland
6 days
we have been told that this is a temporary measure I'm not trying to make anything up here but let's have your calls all we await 592 95 double o and we're still looking for your guess is on name the place on a completely different types of the place we're looking for this morning has a similar origin to the boys name Cedric David Lanark thinks of St Boswells Paul thinks it's Fort Matilda and Chris thinks it's Errol they are all long-term Amanda c of the news 92 95fm 810 medium wave and on digital radio BBC Radio Scotland good morning the Home Secretary Amber Rudd who said the Manchester suicide bomber summer nobody was known to the Security Services up to a point she was speaking after the UK government please the official terrorism threat level in the UK to Critical.
BBC Radio Scotland
6 days
call you get on Monday has been described as it has a loan that I can use display planner is now she's been in Libya where there are activities groups it happened on the 4th anniversary of the attack on Lee Rigby it what has been claimed by Isis so the issues that that's Security Services have enough of an indication to suspect that there may be a network of people who are planning a series of attacks and they're preparing a and M and being ready for that because of course I will be vilified if they did anything different and this important that we recognise that this may just simply be a temporary measure and that these are precautionary measures that are being applied at this particular point in time so if you ok that situation is it as you explained.
BBC Radio Scotland
6 days
she has been taken 2 release 3800 military personnel to read with the security prisons on the street at work told it's a temporary measure but the feeling is that another attack is imminent of courses in the wake of the horrendous events in Manchester on Monday night and sort Georgia Kilbride you're saying that he's not convinced that this is particularly going to be the Right Move you thinks it raises the temperature level in it in an unhelpful in quite a few people have said that I've got a non-biological coming but I just want to speak to Clifford Stott he's a professor and social psychology at Keele University also security extra good morning to you Clifford good morning an interesting Georgian alone this morning in saying all I just don't think this is the right move it just in Crewe.
BBC Radio London
7 days
good they will take from him in the constant bombardment of bad news that I said out so exposed to on a daily basis they are happy and content and in my opinion they have plenty of time to be worried angry and scared about the horrible things that happened in the world when they are adults by the way all my thoughts go to the people were affected by the tragic events in Manchester your response Michel and it might as well go to the families in Manchester and and I expect the way the lady wants to bring up their children and not let them know about news but you know my son's he played in the playground big are the kids that might hear stuff I'd rather have its first time from me and a confirmation in a measure that hopefully he'll think so I'll be there to protect in and it getting an opportunity to talk to.
MintPress News
7 days
Thanopoulos seems smarter but more secretly cunning, so he can survive better than Georgiou. MPN: The current SYRIZA and Independent Greeks coalition government is claiming to have achieved a primary budget surplus, initially 3.9 percent and now 4.2 percent, well above the targets Greece’s lenders had initially set for 2016. Does this surplus exist in reality or is it a product of creative accounting? ZG: This is a very good question. It is for sure creative accounting. It’s not the people, the statisticians of ELSTAT who measure the numbers, according to the European methodology. But Thanopoulos employs a lot of Eurostat experts, some Eurostat pensioners and European Commission pensioners who come to Greece, within ELSTAT to manufacture the data, distant from the statisticians of ELSTAT. And of course, when there is sunshine, they go to the nearby island of Aegina, where they have good fresh fish and enjoy themselves with their wives.
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you speak now to Dr David Lowe who is a former special branch counter terrorists detective is there an expert in security at Liverpool John Moores University good morning thank you for joining us now becoming a parent is just a scale of this attack I'm just leaving now from 9 to 22 and you're looking at the Manchester area is the m e n arena at the Manchester Evening News Arena it is a big Arena and it's it's used for high profile concert a lot of top artists so you can measure the volume of people who will be attending this event and coming out at the time that the bomb went off so that that would maximise casualties but it's quite clearly at it it's been a targeted eventing and um and their habitats and send me a target to the tackle its causes dust.
BBC Radio Wales
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call about 2 or 3 hours before the attack but this was a potential target have been out I'm not saying that this but perhaps in a measure should have you taken to try and prevent it but it does seem that this was some kind of major erm attacked by an Islamic state supporting groups but it's very but nobody has officially claimed responsibility for it yet but that will probably come in the next few hours in terms of security at Finchley impossible to guard against this type of attack absolutely and I always say on these occasions please do not be terrorised been terrible things happen you know but if you looked at it statistically or it's probably more dangerous to cross the road even so I mean but when this happens is exactly what the terrorists trying to achieve an explosion goes off on Ribble people are killed quite clearly people.
BBC Radio Wales
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exhibit II is a document from deliveroo on its preferred language for describing the poor Souls his cycle around with other people smelly takeaways on their backs the memo bands employees replacing it with independent suppliers and forbids paid and hiring preferring invoices and onboarding and stared on the quality measure this is fairly time but on the measure of home deliveries memo is wicked it loads of people use the ordinary words employee and higher they might make the mistake of thinking they would do ordinary things like holidays and sick pay which is a company doggedly denies some stuffing example comes from an executive at Conde nast not long ago He outlined his news.
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it but you've got the most extraordinary system where I think I'm right in saying you're refined petroleum imports for hire in March 2017 and never been before I meant your industry is totally dysfunctional don't know that I'm still love my mother I turn off my dad but first let me say this yes it is wrong with dual process ridership of crude and if you look at all the office of made in the last few months and put in a measure 1/4 walking with tail vs US to begin to reshape your father is away, so so very many years I'd like to take a minute to Win It in a nurse's Moreland Estate can you have refined it is what is 7 millilitres vs zero that's 1990.
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tell someone comes to rescue what does brilliant like all doesn't mean that he's Superman without the cake and then mate who is Joseph moral barometer keyboard we measure our selves again sped can we be a smart as him can we be good if he can we be up right it's him so I think all three of them just give up these versions of off screen guards that we just absorb and loved Indian films and never just entertainment then body the aspirations and values of the nation the glue people together and Foster ideas and they show up fishes and faults to define what it means to be Indian more eloquently than any politician alright I can stream Aslam screen guards in majority Hindu.
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which the pound coin with slits in the direction of the Murray lawyers in a light hearted Manor Mr bits added that someone then said congratulations you are now the owner of Glasgow Rangers Football Club yantra black reporting table etsy news snowsports with antibac Amanda thank you as a British and Irish Lions get up for a crack in the first series win over New Zealand since 1971 Scotland when Tommy Seymour has won the most be willing to go through the pain to do soak the line squad begin training this week and see more says already the experience has been amazing mean well the new Scotland head coach Gregor Townsend has called up Glasgow Rory Hughes and the London Irish fullback Greig Tonks for the Summer tour following the withdrawal of Sean it measure Maitland through injury Inverness manager Richie foran says all the pressure a shifted on two relegation rivals Hamilton accies.
BBC Radio London
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shin of low to moderate drinking and I think this is the problem underlying assumption that women can't calibrate risk small women is people giving it isn't women it's people people can't calibrate we think we don't drink very much and most of us what lot of us a binge drinkers that's a statement of fact so therefore I actually because we haven't really got a measure nobody really understand how much you're drinking better for this 9 months so that you know your pregnant or seven or whatever it might be just stay off the alcohol at to make sure your baby's ok what's the problem with that list list problems with that first at the effects of over and over boss see a restrictive lung cancer.
BBC Radio Scotland
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devolved administrations in all parts of England we need to sort those things out that's what the Liberal Democrats are doing for with a federal United Kingdom I don't accept any half we measure resort this I want to make sure we reform United Kingdom in the proper and democratic way that people across the UK are looking for a part of all of that really is having decide what is an Englishman to you because I want to even in the context of this election to the Westminster Parliament what is an Englishman who decides what is English for Scottish MPs to vote on not booked but we have to have a proper I'm sorry about the answer the question do they get one thing because it's the first question what we need to have as a proper arrangement courses question because they can be Barnett consequentials for Scotland of course we need to have a proper financial arrangement for all the Institute of the Unite.