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Best podcasts about Barnier

Latest podcast episodes about Barnier

Le sept neuf
Louis Garrel - Rachel Lang - Michel Barnier

Le sept neuf

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 27, 2021 120:26


durée : 02:00:26 - Le 7/9 - par : Nicolas Demorand, Léa Salamé - Louis Garrel, acteur, Rachel Lang, scénariste et réalisatrice, pour leur film Mon légionnaire, et Michel Barnier, ancien ministre et ex négociateur en chef du Brexit, candidat à la présidence de la République, sont les invités du 7/9 de France Inter. - invités : Louis GARREL, Rachel Lang, Michel Barnier - Louis Garrel : acteur, réalisateur, scénariste, Rachel Lang : scénariste et réalisatrice, Michel Barnier : Conseiller spécial pour la politique de défense et de sécurité auprès de la Commission européenne

SBS French - SBS en français
#85: Barnier: La tentation de Nîmes #EuropaVoice

SBS French - SBS en français

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 14, 2021 20:40


L'ancien commissaire européen et négociateur du Brexit Michel Barnier a provoqué un tollé lors des journées parlementaires LR à Nîmes, sur les questions de souveraineté juridique face à l'Union européenne. Nous revenons aussi sur les 20 ans des attentats du World Trade Center et les réactions de l'Europe.

Langsam gesprochene Nachrichten | Deutsch lernen | Deutsche Welle
27.08.2021 – Langsam gesprochene Nachrichten

Langsam gesprochene Nachrichten | Deutsch lernen | Deutsche Welle

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 27, 2021 9:35


Trainiere dein Hörverstehen mit den Nachrichten der Deutschen Welle von Freitag – als Text und als verständlich gesprochene Audio-Datei.Zahl der Toten nach Anschlägen in Kabul steigt weiter Wenige Tage vor dem endgültigen Abzug ihrer Soldaten aus Afghanistan haben Attentäter den US-Streitkräften die schlimmsten Verluste seit zehn Jahren zugefügt. Bei zwei gewaltigen Explosionen am Flughafen von Kabul wurden 13 US-Soldaten und mindestens 72 weitere Menschen getötet. Mehr als 150 Menschen wurden verletzt. Zu dem Angriff bekannte sich die Dschihadistenmiliz "Islamischer Staat" (IS). US-Präsident Joe Biden kündigte Vergeltung an. Fast zeitgleich zu dem Doppelanschlag beendete die Bundeswehr ihre Evakuierungsflüge und brachte alle deutschen Einsatzkräfte aus dem Land. Kramp-Karrenbauer nimmt Bundeswehrsoldaten in Taschkent in Empfang Bundesverteidigungsministerin Annegret Kramp-Karrenbauer hat die Bundeswehrsoldaten nach dem Ende ihres Evakuierungseinsatzes in Kabul in der usbekischen Hauptstadt Taschkent in Empfang genommen. Kramp-Karrenbauer und Generalinspekteur Eberhard Zorn seien am Donnerstagabend nach Taschkent geflogen, teilte das Verteidigungsministerium mit. Die Bundeswehr habe unter schwersten Bedingungen vor Ort so viele Menschen wie möglich aus Kabul in Sicherheit gebracht, erklärte das Ministerium auf Twitter. Am Freitagnachmittag kehren die Einsatzkräfte der Bundeswehr dann nach Deutschland zurück. Oberstes US-Gericht lässt Zwangsräumungen trotz Corona wieder zu Der Oberste Gerichtshof der USA hat ein Moratorium blockiert, das säumige Mieter während der Corona-Pandemie vor Zwangsräumungen schützen sollte. Für einen landesweiten Aufschub dieser Art hätte es der Zustimmung des Kongresses bedurft, teilten die Richter mit. Experten zufolge könnten nun Hunderttausenden Mietern in den USA Räumungsklagen drohen. Das vorläufige Moratorium war Anfang August von der US-Gesundheitsbehörde CDC wegen der ansteigenden Corona-Infektionszahlen verfügt worden, nachdem eine bisherige Regelung ausgelaufen war. Sie sollte bis Oktober gelten. Corona-Zahlen und Inzidenz in Deutschland erneut deutlich gestiegen Die Sieben-Tage-Inzidenz bei den Corona-Neuinfektionen in Deutschland ist erneut gestiegen und liegt nun bei 70,3. Wie das Robert Koch-Institut in Berlin mitteilte, wurden bundesweit binnen 24 Stunden 12.029 Neuinfektionen registriert. Die Sieben-Tage-Inzidenz gibt die Zahl der Neuinfektionen pro 100.000 Einwohner innerhalb einer Woche an. Der Wert steigt in Deutschland seit Wochen wieder stetig an. Deutschland befindet sich nach Einschätzung des RKI inzwischen am Beginn der vierten Corona-Welle. Auch jüngere Altersgruppen sind diesmal stark betroffen. Barnier will Macron bei Präsidentschaftswahl in Frankreich herausfordern Der frühere EU-Kommissar und Brexit-Unterhändler der Europäischen Union, Michel Barnier, will im nächsten Jahr als Kandidat bei der Präsidentschaftswahl in Frankreich antreten. Er wolle Amtsinhaber Emmanuel Macron herausfordern, sagte der 70-jährige Barnier im französischen Fernsehen. Dafür muss sich Barnier allerdings zunächst einer internen Vorwahl in seiner Mitte-Rechts Partei "Die Republikaner" stellen. Die Präsidentschaftswahl in Frankreich soll im April 2022 stattfinden. Mexikos Präsident macht engen Vertrauten zum Innenminister In Mexiko hat Präsident Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador den Posten des Innenministers neu besetzt. Die bisherige Amtsinhaberin Olga Sanchez Cordero, eine frühere Richterin am Obersten Gerichtshof, wird abgelöst von Adan Lopez Hernandez. Der Gouverneur des Bundesstaates Tabasco gilt als Freund und Vertrauter des Präsidenten. Offiziell hieß es, Cordero habe wieder als Richterin arbeiten wollen. Beobachter vermuten aber, dass Lopez Hernandez als Innenminister für eine Kandidatur bei den nächsten Präsidentschaftswahlen aufgebaut werden soll Mehr als 100 in Nigeria entführte Schüler wieder in Freiheit In Nigeria sind mehr als einhundert im Mai entführte Schülerinnen und Schüler wieder in Freiheit. Der Leiter der Einrichtung im Nordwesten des Landes, Abubakar Alhassan, sagte der Nachrichtenagentur AFP, es seien sechs der Schüler in Gefangenschaft gestorben, 15 weitere hätten im Juni fliehen können. Genaue Zahlen, wie viele Kinder und Jugendliche befreit wurden, nannte er nicht. Er gab jedoch an, "keiner der Schüler" sei mehr in Gefangenschaft. Er machte keine Angaben, wie die Gefangenen befreit worden waren oder ob ein Lösegeld bezahlt wurde.

Les vraies voix
Le premier débat : Bertrand, Pécresse, Barnier : La droite LR peut-elle encore gagner la Présidentielle 2022 ? Le deuxième débat : Comment expliquez-vous la disparition du topless à la plage ? Le grand débat : Vous attendez-vous à ce que le passe

Les vraies voix

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 27, 2021


Le premier débat : Bertrand, Pécresse, Barnier : La droite LR peut-elle encore gagner la Présidentielle 2022 ? Le deuxième débat : Comment expliquez-vous la disparition du topless à la plage ? Le grand débat : Vous attendez-vous à ce que le passe sanitaire s'éternise après le 15 novembre ?

Le sept neuf
Michel Barnier - Delphine Batho

Le sept neuf

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 23, 2021 180:13


durée : 03:00:13 - Le 6/9 - par : Amélie Perrier - Michel Barnier, ancien ministre et ex négociateur en chef du Brexit, et Delphine Batho, députée des Deux-Sèvres, candidate à la primaire présidentielle des écologistes, sont les invités du 6/9. - invités : Michel Barnier, Delphine BATHO - Michel Barnier : Conseiller spécial pour la politique de défense et de sécurité auprès de la Commission européenne, Delphine Batho : Députée Génération écologie des Deux-Sèvres.

Le six neuf
Michel Barnier - Delphine Batho

Le six neuf

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 23, 2021 180:13


durée : 03:00:13 - Le 6/9 - par : Amélie Perrier - Michel Barnier, ancien ministre et ex négociateur en chef du Brexit, et Delphine Batho, députée des Deux-Sèvres, candidate à la primaire présidentielle des écologistes, sont les invités du 6/9. - invités : Michel Barnier, Delphine BATHO - Michel Barnier : Conseiller spécial pour la politique de défense et de sécurité auprès de la Commission européenne, Delphine Batho : Députée Génération écologie des Deux-Sèvres.

Les interviews d'Inter
Michel Barnier : "Je pense que la droite républicaine peut être intelligente"

Les interviews d'Inter

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 23, 2021 9:32


durée : 00:09:32 - L'invité de 7h50 - Michel Barnier, ancien ministre et ex négociateur en chef du Brexit , est l'invité de 7h50. - invités : Michel Barnier - Michel Barnier : Conseiller spécial pour la politique de défense et de sécurité auprès de la Commission européenne

Betrouwbare Bronnen
204 - 14 juli 2021: Op weg naar de Franse presidentsverkiezingen

Betrouwbare Bronnen

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 13, 2021 86:42


Op 14 juli, Quatorze Juillet, vieren de Fransen hun revolutie. Elk jaar aanleiding voor Betrouwbare Bronnen om zich eens extra te verdiepen in actualiteit, historie, cultuur en toekomst van ‘la Douce France'. Het ene jaar over de liefdesbrieven van haar president en een andere keer over de verjaardag van haar grootste levende staatsman. Dit keer kan het natuurlijk alleen maar gaan over de campagne die van start gaat voor de verkiezing van de vrouw of man die van 2022 tot 2027 Frankrijk zal aanvoeren als president.In Frankrijk is de president echt hoofd van de staat. Bij haar of hem ligt nadrukkelijk de leiding van de internationale, militaire en Europese strategie en de coördinatie van het regeringsbeleid, inclusief de sturing van de vele staatsbedrijven en instellingen die zo kenmerkend zijn voor het klassiek Franse étatisme. Wie volgt Emmanuel Macron op? Jaap Jansen kijkt met PG Kroeger naar het speelveld en de historie van de verkiezingen en de nu opkomende persoonlijkheden in de Franse politiek.Macrons herverkiezing is allerminst vanzelfsprekend. En dat komt niet doordat zijn automatische tegenkandidaten het zo goed doen in de peilingen en voorafgaande verkiezingen. Integendeel. Marine Le Pen van het extreemrechtse Rassemblement National is onlangs afgegaan in de regioverkiezingen en de trotskistische kandidaat Jean-Luc Mélenchon (La Franse insoumise) is gehalveerd in aanhang, mede door zijn ontwikkeling naar steeds extremere, ‘wappie'-achtige verhalen.Er doemen drie scenario's op, waarin het voor Macron knap lastig wordt afgetekend te kunnen winnen. De indrukwekkende 66 procent die hij in 2017 wist te bemachtigen lijken ver buiten bereik. Bij de socialisten maakt de burgemeester van Parijs Anne Hidalgo zich op voor de kandidatuur en bij de Groenen loopt Yannick Jadot zich warm. Centrumrechts scoorden Xavier Bertrand en Valérie Pécresse goed bij de regioverkiezingen. En er verschijnt nog een kandidaat aan de horizon, iemand die zonder twijfel ‘hors catégorie' is wat betreft zijn politieke gewicht. Met zijn dagboeken over de Brexit-onderhandelingen is Michel Barnier midden in de belangstelling komen te staan. PG vertelt over de finesse waarmee Barnier zich nu, reizend door Frankrijk, presenteert als een soort wereldleider in ballingschap.Natuurlijk wegen Jaap en PG de inhoud en prestaties van vijf jaar Macron, zijn rol in Europa en op het wereldtoneel en de tradities waarin hij zich bewoog en die hij probeerde te innoveren. Daarbij kijkt PG welke eerdere presidenten sterke invloed hadden op Macrons aanpak en imago - soms als schrikbeeld, soms als rolmodel. ***Deze aflevering is mede mogelijk gemaakt door de Europese Unie en door donaties van luisteraars via de site Vriend van de Show. Sponsoring of adverteren is ook mogelijk. Stuur een mailtje naar adverteren@dagennacht.nl en we nemen contact met u op!***Verder lezenEmmanuel Macron – Revolutie! (2017)***Verder luisteren190 - Napoleon, 200 jaar na zijn dood: zijn betekenis voor Nederland en Europa124 - 95 jaar Jacques Delors107 - Jean Monnet, de vader van Europa57 - Alexis de Tocqueville45 – De liefdesbrieven van Francois Mitterrand35 - Charles de Gaulle28 – De relatie Nederland-Frankrijk***Tijdlijn00:00:00 - Intro00:01:43 – Deel 100:57:49 – Deel 201:26:04 – Uitro01:26:42 – Einde Zie het privacybeleid op https://art19.com/privacy en de privacyverklaring van Californië op https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

The Duran Podcast
EU drops Barnier plan. Xavier Bertrand set to squash Macron & dilute Le Pen support

The Duran Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 30, 2021 12:59


EU drops Barnier plan. Xavier Bertrand set to squash Macron & dilute Le Pen support The Duran: Episode 1021 Xavier Bertrand, the ex-insurance salesman who ‘smashed the jaws' of the French far-right The third man in the election might interrupt the predicted face-off between Marine Le Pen and Emmanuel Macron in 2022. https://www.politico.eu/article/xavier-bertrand-the-insurance-man-who-beat-the-far-right/

The Duran Podcast
France regional elections: Macron crashes, Le Pen falters, EU-Barnier plan begins

The Duran Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 22, 2021 26:25


France regional elections: Macron crashes, Le Pen falters, EU-Barnier plan begins The Duran: Episode 1012 Barnier outlines plot to oust Macron & Le Pen –ex-Brexit chief hatches election masterplan MICHEL Barnier is launching a "political organisation" to mount a serious challenge in next year's French presidential election. https://www.express.co.uk/news/politics/1451186/France-news-Michel-Barnier-election-April-2020-Marine-Le-Pen-Emmanuel-Macron #Barnier #Macron #LePen #TheDuran

8.30 franceinfo:
Affaire Mila, Brexit... Le "8h30 franceinfo" de Michel Barnier

8.30 franceinfo:

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 14, 2021 25:18


durée : 00:25:18 - 8h30 franceinfo - L'ancien négociateur de l'Union européenne sur le Brexit était l'invité du "8h30 franceinfo", lundi 14 juin.

Orientering
Orientering Europa: Fiskerne fra Thyborøn med i ny bog af Barnier - 9. maj 2021

Orientering

Play Episode Listen Later May 9, 2021 55:09


Borgerne i EU's lande skal have mere indflydelse på hvad der sker i EU. Derfor træder EU på den store klinge og kører en et år lang demokrati-debat ud på landevejene. Men allerede før starten er "Konferencen om EU's fremtid" præget af splid og magtkampe. Også på det sociale område står EU's lande et stykke fra hinanden. Danmark er blandt de lande der spænder ben for en mere fælles social dagsorden. Så kom der egentlig noget ud af ugens sociale topmøde? I Thyborøn er fiskerne hårdt ramt af Brexit. Det vidste EU's chefforhandler Michel Barnier godt, de ville blive. For han var på besøg i 2018. Nu spiller fiskerne fra Thyborøn en rolle i Barniers nye bog om de årelange forhandlinger. Så er der nyt fra Italien, der er klar til at åbne for turister. Og vi taler også om den nye brigade på 5000 soldater som 14 EU lande vil stable på benene. Vært: Karin Axelsson. www.dr.dk/orientering/orientering-europa

Orientering
Orientering Europa: Fiskerne fra Thyborøn med i ny bog af Barnier - 9. maj 2021

Orientering

Play Episode Listen Later May 9, 2021 55:09


Borgerne i EU's lande skal have mere indflydelse på hvad der sker i EU. Derfor træder EU på den store klinge og kører en et år lang demokrati-debat ud på landevejene. Men allerede før starten er "Konferencen om EU's fremtid" præget af splid og magtkampe. Også på det sociale område står EU's lande et stykke fra hinanden. Danmark er blandt de lande der spænder ben for en mere fælles social dagsorden. Så kom der egentlig noget ud af ugens sociale topmøde? I Thyborøn er fiskerne hårdt ramt af Brexit. Det vidste EU's chefforhandler Michel Barnier godt, de ville blive. For han var på besøg i 2018. Nu spiller fiskerne fra Thyborøn en rolle i Barniers nye bog om de årelange forhandlinger. Så er der nyt fra Italien, der er klar til at åbne for turister. Og vi taler også om den nye brigade på 5000 soldater som 14 EU lande vil stable på benene. Vært: Karin Axelsson. www.dr.dk/orientering/orientering-europa

Special Events
2021 Spring Live Drive FRI 7 AM Thane Barnier

Special Events

Play Episode Listen Later May 7, 2021 59:44


In this hour of the Spring Live Drive, our hosts visited with Thane Barnier

Le sept neuf
Christophe Castaner - Michel Barnier

Le sept neuf

Play Episode Listen Later May 3, 2021 119:43


durée : 01:59:43 - Le 7/9 - Christophe Castaner, président du groupe LREM à l'Assemblée nationale, et Michel Barnier, ancien négociateur du Brexit pour l'Union Européenne, auteur de La grande illusion, journal secret du Brexit (Gallimard), sont les invités du 7/9 de France Inter.

Les interviews d'Inter
Alliance LR-LREM pour les régionales : "Une erreur qui pourrait coûter cher" juge Michel Barnier

Les interviews d'Inter

Play Episode Listen Later May 3, 2021 25:02


durée : 00:25:02 - L'invité de 8h20 : le grand entretien - par : Nicolas Demorand, Léa Salamé - Michel Barnier, ancien négociateur du Brexit pour l'Union Européenne, auteur de "La grande illusion, journal secret du Brexit" (Gallimard), est l'invité du Grand entretien de France Inter.

Le brief politique
Présidentielle 2022 : le "trou de souris" de Michel Barnier

Le brief politique

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 30, 2021 2:35


durée : 00:02:35 - Le brief politique - Michel Barnier est de retour : l’ancien négociateur européen pour le Brexit ne cache pas ses ambitions présidentielles. Mais le temps pour lui est compté.

Le brief politique
Présidentielle 2022 : Michel Barnier remplit son agenda parisien

Le brief politique

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 16, 2021 2:31


durée : 00:02:31 - Le brief politique - Quel casting pour la droite à la présidentielle 2022 ? Un nom revient en boucle : celui de Michel Barnier, ancien ministre de l’Agriculture, ancien commissaire européen, et négociateur en chef de l’Union européenne pour le Brexit.

The Two-Minute Briefing
The Evening Briefing: Thursday, February 11

The Two-Minute Briefing

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 11, 2021 2:11


'Defies belief': Ministers accused of removing 'last vestige of hope' for parents in playgrounds rowSystem crashes: Hotel quarantine booking platform down shortly after being launchedUK quarantine hotels: How will they work and what do new rules mean for holidays?Barnier claims: British financial firms 'using letterbox companies to sneak into EU'Symbolic moment: Amsterdam overtakes London as Europe’s biggest share trading centre'Moaning' video: Staff turn on KPMG boss after 'covert' job cuts plan - as footage emergesRoyal court battle: Duchess of Sussex wins privacy claim against Mail on SundayTalent takeover: The real reasons Hollywood actors are taking over WrexhamNeutral's favourite: Why we all want to be like Carlo AncelottiRead all these articles with a Telegraph subscription. Try a free one-month trial - then save 50pc on your first three months. Sign up here: http://bit.ly/2WRuvh9.

Wine Talks with Paul Kalemkiarian
Learn Burgundy. Meet Frédéric Bernier of Maison Louis Jadot

Wine Talks with Paul Kalemkiarian

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 4, 2021 61:42


Each time I sit with Frédéric Barnier, it is like going to Burgundy school. Due to Covid, the 2019 barrel tasting of the wines of Maison Louis Jadot was canceled, so I reached out to head winemaker, M. Barnier to catch up on the happenings. From Covid to climate change, we covered it all.

Personal Development Tips told through Short and Sticky Stories
Grocery Guru Episode 13: The Basic Principles of Negotiating with Andrew Grant & Darren A. Smith

Personal Development Tips told through Short and Sticky Stories

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 25, 2021 10:54


The Basic Principles of Negotiating Join Andrew Grant and Darren A. Smith in the thirteenth episode of Grocery Guru: The Basic Principles of Negotiating and the Squredance. Discover how knowledge of the basic principles of negotiating can improve your results. You Can Read the Full Principles of Negotiating Episode Transcript Below: Darren A. Smith: Welcome to week 13 of the Grocery Guru, and we are with Andrew Grant. Andrew, hello. Andrew Grant: Good morning, Darren. How are you? Darren A. Smith: Hey, I’m good, I’m good. Lockdown, blah, let’s not go through that. We’ve got a few weeks to go, vaccine. Let’s talk about Grocery, what’s going on in the world of Grocery this week? Andrew Grant: Well, it’s been a quiet week, actually. You look at the news-wise, not very much has happened, actually. Nothing stands out. So I thought maybe we’d talk about, I think we did mention it last week in the end. Let’s go back to basics. Let’s talk about negotiation 101. Darren A. Smith: Oh, negotiation 101, okay. Now, recently I wrote an article in The Grocer, name-drop, about negotiation. And a couple of people wrote to me on LinkedIn and said it was very good. It was about me selling my wife’s Beetle. And short story, the guy, we took it out for a spin and he said to me, while he was driving the Beetle, he said, “You know I want to negotiate.” I said, “Yeah, brilliant.” And we came back here, this is my house. And we’re looking around the car, as two men do, and I know nothing about cars. We’re kicking the tires. And he said, “Right, I’m ready to negotiate.” And I said, “Cool.” And I pushed the price up by 250 quid. And he said, “No, no, no, we were going to negotiate.” I said, “I am.” Andrew Grant: A little bit cheeky, a little bit cheeky. I’d suggest if you’re a small supplier to a Tesco, you don’t do that. But fair enough. I think in the world of cars, there are no rules. Andrew Grant: But no, I was reading an article in one of the Sunday papers about the Brexit deal. And they were saying that the deal was only done because the EU convinced themselves that Boris was mad enough to go through with a no-deal. So effectively, that Boris was willing to cut his nose off to spite his face. And it was only because they were convinced he was willing to do something almost illogical that they came to the party. And it just got me thinking about, I always remember being told, taught, “Never threaten something you’re not willing to carry through.” Darren A. Smith: Absolutely, yeah. Andrew Grant: Because if you get called out on it, that is your credibility gone forever and a day. Darren A. Smith: Well, and that’s it. And you’ve lost the negotiation, but not only that, you’ve lost the relationship long-term. Because every time you ever bluff in the future, they’ll say, “Yeah, we’ll call it.” Yeah, I’d agree. Andrew Grant: Yeah, and I think that’s probably the critical thing when it comes to supermarket negotiations, hopefully, they’re not just one-offs. You selling your wife’s car is a one-off, clearly, you didn’t mind if you upset the other guy. Andrew Grant: Yeah, hopefully, you’ll never see him again. But yeah, if you’re hoping to have a long and fruitful supply relationship with a supermarket, you really do need to get into that win-win zone. Into a lose-win, or even… Yeah, win for the supplier, lose for the supermarket, probably not a good long-term option. Darren A. Smith: No, no. And there’s Steven Covey, in his 7 Habits of Highly Effective People, talks about in the habit win-win. A great story, where it goes through win-win, or win-lose, or lose-win. And he talks about the long-term effects of that. Because lots of people talk about win-win, but actually what they’re sort of thinking is win-die, “I’m going to take as much as I can, and the rest can go poke it.” But Covey puts it really, really well. So I’m going to recommend the audio version of that habit. Andrew Grant: Okay, yeah. Because yes, I think you’re right. I think when people start negotiating, and certainly, I’m sure we can both remember 21-year-old buyers pumped full of testosterone or what have you. It was negotiations about being aggressive. Negotiations about thumping the table, and threatening delists, and what have you. And it’s only as you get a bit more mature, a bit more experience, do you realize, “Actually it’s not about that.” It’s not about putting the Arnold Schwarzenegger underpants on in the morning. It’s actually about being quite creative and being sensible about your negotiation plan. Darren A. Smith: And that makes me think that rather than aggressive, forceful, scary, which are the words that people often associate with negotiation. You’re absolutely right, I’d like to add words like curious, exploration, creative, innovative. They, for me, are much more effective negotiators. Andrew Grant: Yeah, I think it’s about planning. I mean, you’d never walk into a negotiation without a plan. And coming back to the Boris situation. Yeah, they talked about the whole of that four-year Brexit period was about red lines. And whether Theresa May would cross her red lines, and whether Barnier would cross his red lines. It’s important you have the red lines in the right place. And going back to what I said at the start, that you don’t set red lines which you then cross, because your credibility is gone. “That’s my final price. Oh no, yeah, I’ll give you a discount.” You have no credibility in the future. So I- Darren A. Smith: It’s a little bit like my wife was buying a leather coat on eBay. And she said, “No, I’m not going to spend more than £65, it’s not worth it.” And then she was bidding with this guy and ended up spending £77. Right past the red line, it was in the rearview mirror. Andrew Grant: Yeah. So yeah, no, yeah, be careful where you set those red lines. And, I guess, in the spirit of win-win, and we have said it before, it’s being creative with what you negotiate about. Because I know we often play that game of, “Darren, I’ve got a £10 note here, will you give me 20 quid for it?” And you go, “Why would I give you 20 quid for a £10 note? I’ll give you a fiver.” And £10 is£10. If we try and negotiate just on £10, one of us is going to lose, or we’re going to have the world’s biggest argument. Darren A. Smith: Which often happens, doesn’t it? Negotiators go into that negotiation, then they’re surprised when they’re in this head-to-head on price. Because they haven’t got the variables, the tradables, the gives the wishes, whatever you call them. And I know you and I term that as the grease that keeps the engine moving. Andrew Grant: Yeah. Darren A. Smith: And without those, you just bang. Andrew Grant: So I guess it’s a good introduction, as we were talking about negotiation 101. A good point for you to spend 15 seconds talking about our wonderful Squaredance tool, and where it came from. Darren A. Smith: Ooh. So the Squaredance is a simple template, and it encourages you to prepare for your negotiation, and it will give you confidence. My experience of watching people prepare for negotiations, is they start with PowerPoint. PowerPoint is not a negotiation preparation tool, it’s a presentation tool. So you and I built Squaredance, and people are finding it fabulous. That was more than 15 seconds, wasn’t it? Andrew Grant: No, but it is. And I guess we do these things to sell some courses and get some people working with us. And I think the Squaredance is one of the better tools out there, in the basis of its simplicity. But also the fact it comes out with something very focused, and very practically useful for anybody going into, actually, almost any sort of negotiation. Even if it is buying a used car privately, or negotiating with one of the supermarkets. And I guess in the current climate, coming back to the news, there are all these reports of Brexit delays, and meat and fish rotting in Rotterdam. There’s a lot of extra costs as a result of the friction caused by the new rules. I’m sure there’s a lot of suppliers out there thinking about, “How do I approach my supermarket customer with a price increase this spring?” And that’s inevitably going to come down to a negotiation at some point. Darren A. Smith: Yes, it is. And you and I have seen learners over the years increase their confidence through preparation, which is typically where confidence comes from. And they go into that negotiation with a much better approach and attitude. Because it’s less this, and it’s much more, “How can we work together? Here’s a bunch of questions I’m going to ask you to seek information.” In order to then get to stage three, four, which is around the proposal, and summary. And, “Okay, we’ve come out the other side, and we haven’t just beaten each other up on price.” Andrew Grant: Yeah. And I guess from the individual’s perspective that often, I always make the analogy, “Maybe you shouldn’t mention Jurgen Klopp after last night’s result.” But Jurgen Klopp, Guardiola, Jose Mourinho, they don’t just say to their players, “Guys, we’re playing so-and-so tomorrow at 5:00. Rock up at quarter to 5:00, get your shorts on, get your boots on. Let’s go out and play.” Andrew Grant: They practice, and they plan, and they practice, and they plan ad infinitum. So yeah, often we speak to national account managers, who the finance director has the bright idea of, “Oh, let’s put a 10% cost price increase through.” And the national account manager is sent over the barricades, literally with no practice, or planning and they have no armour. And obviously, some of the stuff we can give them, I think gives them confidence. Because they feel, “Look, we’ve got our suit of armour around us. We’ve got our Squaredance, we’ve got our tradables plan. We’ve got all the tools around us, therefore we’re properly clothed for what we’re about to go into.” Darren A. Smith: Yes. Yes, you’re absolutely right. Absolutely right. We want to help them be the best version of themselves and the Squaredance. So if anyone is looking for the Squaredance, it’s obviously an [inaudible 00:10:11] word. So you should be able to type it into Google, just put MBM on the end. You’ll find the article, you can download it absolutely free. We’ve put it out there as a template. It’s taken Andrew and I best part of a lot of years to build and refine, we know it works. Best of luck with it. Andrew, any final words before we depart? Andrew Grant: No, I think you just said it. I think, hopefully, the Squaredance is relatively self-explanatory. But of course, there’s, yeah, no substitute for picking up the phone, or dropping us an email, and letting us help you. Darren A. Smith: Cool, lovely. Andrew, until next week, you take care. Andrew Grant: Yeah, cheers. Bye. Darren A. Smith: Cheers, bye. Bye. For further tips and information, you can take a look at our Ultimate Guide to Category Management and our Category Management YouTube Channel. Also, check out our award-winning blog to see more Category Management tips and articles.

Les matins
Michel Barnier, négociateur de la Commission européenne pour le Brexit /// La protection des mineurs, une justice d’exception avec Edouard Durand

Les matins

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 19, 2021 120:39


durée : 02:00:39 - Les Matins - par : Guillaume Erner - . - réalisation : Vivien Demeyère

RTÉ Radio Player: Latest Podcasts
An Saol ó Dheas: Micheál Ó Conchúir; Gradam Eorpach na bliana ar Michel Barnier

RTÉ Radio Player: Latest Podcasts

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 8, 2021 8:14


Bronnfar Gradam Eorpach na bliana ar Michel Barnier ar an 21ú lá d'Eanair. Cén gaisce tá déanta agus cér díobh é Barnier?

RTÉ - An Saol ó Dheas
Micheál Ó Conchúir; Gradam Eorpach na bliana ar Michel Barnier

RTÉ - An Saol ó Dheas

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 8, 2021 8:14


Bronnfar Gradam Eorpach na bliana ar Michel Barnier ar an 21ú lá d'Eanair. Cén gaisce tá déanta agus cér díobh é Barnier?

RTÉ - Morning Ireland
UK fisheries offer 'totally unacceptable' - Barnier

RTÉ - Morning Ireland

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 23, 2020 4:19


Tony Connelly, Europe Editor, discusses the latest developments in post-Brexit negotiations.

RTÉ - News at One Podcast
Short no deal period possible in January-Barnier

RTÉ - News at One Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 14, 2020 3:02


Tony Connelly, Europe Editor on the latest Brexit developments

RTÉ - Morning Ireland
Barnier says post-Brexit trade deal still possible

RTÉ - Morning Ireland

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 14, 2020 6:54


Tony Connelly, Europe Editor, reports on the EU and UK's efforts to go 'the extra mile' in Brexit negotiations

RTÉ - Morning Ireland
Barnier says post-Brexit trade deal still possible

RTÉ - Morning Ireland

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 14, 2020 6:54


Europe Editor Tony Connelly reports on the EU and UK's efforts to go 'the extra mile' in Brexit negotiations

Global News Podcast
UK-EU talks resume in final push for trade deal

Global News Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 7, 2020 27:10


The EU’s chief negotiator, Michel Barnier, has told diplomats that talks with Britain are not going well. Mr Barnier said he could not guarantee a deal would be struck. Also: Large parts of California have been placed under a strict new Covid lockdown, and could breakdancing be coming to the Olympics.

RTÉ - Morning Ireland
Barnier gives 'downbeat' assessment over Brexit talks

RTÉ - Morning Ireland

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 7, 2020 1:13


Tony Connelly, Europe Editor, reports the Brexit negotiations.

RTÉ - Morning Ireland
Barnier briefing EU member states on Brexit talks

RTÉ - Morning Ireland

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 7, 2020 6:58


Tony Connelly, Europe Editor, reports that as talks between the EU and the UK continue in a final push to agree a trade deal, the UK may be willing to make changes to the Internal Market and Finance Bills.

RTÉ - Morning Ireland
Barnier gives 'downbeat' assessment over Brexit talks

RTÉ - Morning Ireland

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 7, 2020 1:13


Tony Connelly, Europe Editor, reports on the "gloomy" assessment given by the Chief Negotiator to EU ambassadors

RTÉ - Morning Ireland
Barnier briefing EU member states on Brexit talks

RTÉ - Morning Ireland

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 7, 2020 6:58


Tony Connelly, Europe Editor, reports that as talks between the EU and the UK continue in a final push to agree a trade deal, the UK may be willing to make changes to the Internal Market and Finance Bills.

Heather du Plessis-Allan Drive
Gavin Grey: UK-EU trade talks 'paused' with deal still elusive

Heather du Plessis-Allan Drive

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 4, 2020 2:38


A week of intense trade talks between Britain and the European Union ended in stalemate Friday, with negotiators stepping back while politicians decide whether major differences can be bridged to avoid a messy, economically disruptive rupture in less than a month.EU chief negotiator Michel Barnier and his British counterpart, David Frost, said they had agreed to “pause” negotiations while they brief the two sides' political leaders. They said British Prime Minister Boris Johnson and European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen will discuss the state of play on Saturday.“After one week of intense negotiation in London, the two chief negotiators agreed today that the conditions for an agreement are not met, due to significant divergences on level playing field, governance and fisheries,” Frost and Barnier said in a joint statement .Talks have seesawed between progress and setbacks all week, as Barnier, Frost and their teams holed up in a London conference center, fueled by deliveries of sandwiches and pizza.British Business Secretary Alok Sharma said earlier Friday that talks were “in a difficult phase,” while France warned it could veto any agreement it didn't like.U.K. officials briefed media outlets that the EU had set back negotiations by making last-minute demands — an allegation the bloc denied.The U.K. left the EU early this year, but remains part of the 27-nation bloc's economic embrace during an 11-month transition as the two sides try to negotiate a new free-trade deal to take effect Jan. 1. Any deal must be approved by lawmakers in Britain and the EU before year's end.Talks have dragged on as one deadline after another has slipped by. First, the goal was a deal by October, then by mid-November. On Sunday, Britain said the negotiations were in their final week.European Council President Charles Michel noted that it wasn't the first time that deadlines had slipped.“We will see what will happen in the next days,” he said in Brussels. “But the end of December is the end of December and we know that after the 31st of December we have the 1st of January, and we know that we need to have clarity as soon as possible.”A trade deal will allow goods to move between Britain and the EU without tariffs or quotas after the end of this year, though there would still be new costs and red tape for businesses on both sides of the English Channel.If there is no deal, New Year's Day will bring huge disruption, with the overnight imposition of tariffs and other barriers to U.K.-EU trade. That will hurt both sides, but the burden will fall most heavily on Britain, which does almost half its trade with the EU.Months of tense negotiations have produced agreement on a swath of issues, but serious differences remain over the “level playing field” — the standards the U.K. must meet to export into the bloc — and how future disputes are resolved. That's key for the EU, which fears Britain will slash social and environmental standards and pump state money into U.K. industries, becoming a low-regulation economic rival on the bloc's doorstep.But the U.K. government, which sees Brexit as all about “taking back control” from Brussels, is resisting curbs on its freedom to set future economic policies.Another sticking point is fish, a small part of the economy with an outsized symbolic importance for Europe's maritime nations. EU countries want their boats to be able to keep fishing in British waters, while the U.K. insists it must control access and quotas.Fishing is especially important to France, which is seen by many on the U.K. side as the EU nation most resistant to compromise.“If there was to be an agreement and it was not good ... we would oppose it,” Clement Beaune, France's junior minister in charge of European Affairs, told Europe 1 radio. “France like all its (EU) partners has a veto right.”If there is no breakthrough this weekend, next week will bring more complications. On Monday Britain's House of Commons wil...

RTÉ - Morning Ireland
Barnier says coming hours key if Brexit deal to be done

RTÉ - Morning Ireland

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 3, 2020 2:20


George Parker, Political Editor of the Financial Times, reports on the latest news on Brexit

Francoinformador
Giro en el caso Maradona. Imputaron al médico Luque.

Francoinformador

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 30, 2020 9:00


GIRO EN EL CASO MARADONA. La muerte de Diego Maradona tomó un inesperado rumbo este domingo luego de que la casa y el consultorio de Leopoldo Luque, el médico del crack, fueran allanados a pedido de la fiscalía. Se investiga un presunto homicidio culposo y acaso mala praxis en el tratamiento y los cuidados del Diez. Según informó el portal Infobae, el juez de garantías de San Isidro Orlando Díaz ordenó las actuaciones judiciales por pedido del equipo de fiscales que investiga las condiciones en las que murió el astro argentino. De este modo, el caso toma un giro radical pues la autopsia no había revelado una mala praxis, pero los fiscales avanzan ahora sobre la posibilidad de negligencia médica o impericia, con Luque como principal sospechoso. El neurocirujano dijo el domingo "no ser responsable" de la muerte del exastro del fútbol Diego Armando Maradona. El abogado de Maradona, Matías Morla, había dicho que pedirá que se investigue el contexto de la muerte del astro tras mencionar que la ambulancia tardó más de media hora en llegar para asistirlo. Los allanamientos se ordenaron luego de la declaración testimonial de Dalma, Gianinna y Jana, las tres hijas del ídolo. INFOBAE TRUMP NO RECONOCE TRIUNFO DEMÓCRATA. En su primera entrevista en semanas, el presidente de Estados Unidos, Donald Trump, insistió en que las elecciones fueron “un fraude total”, pese a que la Justicia ha dicho lo contrario. Trump, dijo que no reconocerá el triunfo del demócrata Joe Biden en las elecciones del pasado 3 de noviembre y que no abandonará su teoría de la conspiración, que asegura que hubo un fraude electoral masivo que hasta el momento no ha podido ser demostrado.  SWISS INFO CIERREN BARES, ABRAN ESCUELAS. El Dr. Anthony Fauci, el principal experto en enfermedades infecciosas del país, dijo que los bares deben cerrarse como una forma de ayudar a reducir la propagación de las infecciones por COVID-19, permitiendo que los niños regresen de manera segura a sus aulas. "Cierren los bares y mantengan abiertas las escuelas", dijo Fauci en "This Week" de ABC. "Si nos fijamos en los datos, la propagación entre los niños no es realmente muy grande, no como uno hubiera sospechado", agregó Fauci. El domingo, el alcalde de la ciudad de Nueva York, Bill de Blasio, anunció que los programas de pre kínder y las escuelas primarias del sistema de escuelas públicas reabrirán el 7 de diciembre. EZANIME SEMANA CLAVE EN EUROPA. En Inglaterra Boris Johnson encara la semana decisiva para cerrar el acuerdo comercial con la UE en plena rebelión interna contra sus medidas anti Covid. Barnier, jefe negociador de Bruselas, pide que desencalle el pacto personalmente. DARTH VADER. El actor británico Dave Prowse, que dio vida a Darth Vader en la trilogía original de Star Wars “La Guerra de las Galaxias”, ha fallecido a los 85 años “tras una breve enfermedad”, según confirmó este domingo su agente.  CINEMAS COMICS   HOMENAJE A BOSEMAN. Disney ha tenido un bonito gesto con el tristemente desaparecido actor Chadwick Boseman por el día de su cumpleaños. Y para ello ha utilizado su plataforma de contenidos bajo demanda, Disney+, con unas imágenes que ahora pueden disfrutar todos los abonados al servicio. En la intro de la película Black Panther todas las imágenes que se van sucediendo muestran al actor, sin excepción, rindiendo así un bonito homenaje a su trabajo. EL OUTPUT IRON MIKE. Mike Tyson está de vuelta: a los 54 años volvió a subirse a un cuadrilátero para una atractiva exhibición ante Roy Jones Jr. y mostró que el paso del tiempo no le quitó su feroz nivel. Iron Mike propuso de principio a fin en el ring montado sobre el Staples Center de Los Ángeles. El evento estuvo bajo la supervisión del Consejo Mundial de Boxeo (CMB) y no se declaró a un ganador oficialmente ya que se trató de una pelea de exhibición. Las tarjetas virtuales que realizaron los jueces Christy Martin, Chad Dawson y Vinny Pazienza le dieron un “combate nulo” salomónico al trámite, aunque durante los ocho rounds fue Tyson el que brilló. AS NUEVA VICTORIA DE LEWIS. Lewis Hamilton se quedó con el Gran Premio de Baréin. El británico firma su undécima victoria de la temporada y la número 95 de su trayectoria deportiva. En la segunda colocación quedó Max Verstappen,  mientras que en la tercera terminó Alexander Albon. Romain Grosjean sufrió un grave accidente al comenzar la carrera. Su auto se incendió por completo. A estas alturas el piloto ya se encuentra fuera de peligro. F1 LATAM TWITTER VOLVERÁ A VERIFICAR. La red social Twitter compartió sus planes de relanzar el sistema de verificación de cuentas a principios de 2021, que acompañará de de un nuevo proceso de aplicación y una nueva política, como expone en su blog oficial. Establece seis tipos de cuentas candidatas: gubernamentales, de entretenimiento; de empresas, marcas y organizaciones sin ánimo de lucro; de noticias; de deportes; y de activistas, organizaciones y otros individuos influyentes. HIPERTEXTUAL BASURA ESPACIAL. Desde hace prácticamente un lustro la Agencia Espacial Europea ha estado trabajando en proyectos para hacer limpieza en el espacio. Los satélites y diferentes artefactos que ya no se utilizan llevan acumulándose durante las últimas seis décadas en la órbita de la Tierra.  Según anunció la propia agencia, el pasado 26 de noviembre firmó un contrato con la compañía ClearSpace por un valor de 86 millones de euros. La misión a cumplir por ClearSpace es eliminar un objeto específico que se encuentra en órbita pero ya no operativo y por lo tanto clasificado como "basura espacial".  BUSINESS INSIDER BLACK FRIDAY.  Los consumidores estadounidenses gastaron alrededor de U$D 9 mil millones en sitios web minoristas estadounidenses durante el Black Friday, según Adobe Analytics. Las compras en las tiendas, por otro lado, cayeron un 52% con respecto al año pasado. Las fotos mostraron muchas tiendas prácticamente vacías el pasado Black Friday, ya que los estadounidenses evitaron las tiendas en medio de un aumento de casos del coronavirus. EXPANSION LIBRA DE FACEBOOK. Muchas cosas han pasado desde que hace más de un año Facebook en asociación con otras compañías presentó Libra. La idea inicial fue crear una criptomoneda al estilo Bitcoin, aunque con los cambios de abril de este año se parece más a PayPal que a Bitcoin. Ahora, un nuevo informe asegura que llegará finalmente al mercado este próximo mes de enero. HIPERTEXTUAL LO NUEVO.  Liam Gallagher compartió su nuevo sencillo titulado All You’re Dreaming Of, tema que escribió junto al co guionista Simon Aldred, y ya se encuentra disponible en todas las plataformas digitales.  LIAM GALLAGHER  

FIVE MINUTE NEWS
Killing of Iranian nuclear mastermind risks confrontation with US.

FIVE MINUTE NEWS

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 28, 2020 7:35


Killing of suspected Iranian nuclear mastermind risks confrontation with US. In fresh blow to Trump, Federal court rejects Pennsylvania election case. EU's Barnier 'very happy' to be back in London to resume post-Brexit trade talks. You can subscribe to Five Minute News on YouTube, with your preferred podcast app, ask your smart speaker, or enable Five Minute News as your Amazon Alexa Flash Briefing skill.  Subscribe, rate and review at www.fiveminute.news  Five Minute News is an Evergreen Podcast, covering politics, inequality, health and climate - delivering independent, unbiased and essential world news, daily.

The Two-Minute Briefing
The Evening Briefing: Wednesday, October 21

The Two-Minute Briefing

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 21, 2020 2:00


Brexit breakthrough: Trade negotiations restart tomorrow after Barnier says deal is 'within reachUK-US deal jeopardy: US 'concerned' that proposed UK fur sales ban could risk trade dealSouth Yorkshire: Region enters Tier 3 as UK cases reach record highTom Harris: Are we witnessing the start of ambitious Andy's Third Coming?Prince William: Duke of Cambridge follows in mother's footsteps during visit to cancer centreCon Coughlin: Trump will go down in history as a revolutionaryTanya Gold: No-one told Netflix that Hitchcock's Rebecca was perfectRead all these articles with a Telegraph subscription. Try a free one-month trial - then save 50pc on your first three months. Sign up here: http://bit.ly/2WRuvh9.

Wirtschaft | Deutsche Welle
Afrika: Schuldenerlass reicht nicht

Wirtschaft | Deutsche Welle

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 5, 2020 16:03


Afrika braucht eigenes Finanzsystem +++ Hoffen auf Brexit-Einigung auf letzten Drücker +++ Schweiz: Mehr Schiene, weniger Straße

Orientering
Orientering - 2. okt 2020

Orientering

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 2, 2020 110:02


USA's præsident, Donald Trump er testet positiv for Corona. I dagens Orientering kigger vi nærmere på perspektiverne i en præsidentvalgkamp, der nu også indbefatter en corona-isoleret præsident Trump. Hvad betyder en mulig coronainfektion for en 74-årige præsident, vi kigger på de helbredsmæssige konsekvenser. Hvad kan Donald Trump finde på i sin 10-dages karantæne, hvad er det for et budskab han vil ha' frem og hvad betyder det for hele præsidentvalget? Lyt med fra klokken 16.05. Vi skal til Irland - hvor en hel nation håber på en regulær Brexit-aftale med briterne - og ikke en No deal, for det bliver irerne, der virkelig kommer til at mærke smerten, hvis det kommer dertil. Alle troede, at den såkaldte udtrædelsesaftale, som briterne har indgået med EU, var klappet og klar. Men i sidste øjeblik har Johnson-regeringen valgt at prioritere det interne britiske handelssamarbejde højere. Og ophøjes det til lov, så er der ingen udtrædelsesaftale, siger Barnier og EU. Hør de irske Brexit perspektiver udlagt af Danmarks ambassadør i Dublin, Uffe Balslev. Kina er kendt for sorte kulkraftværker og masser af luftforurening i de store byer, men i sidste uge kom præsident Xi Jinping med det, som mange har kaldt den bedste klimanyhed i mange år: Kina vil være CO2 neutralt i 2060. Men er Kina klar til at tage opgøret med kul med sol, vind, brint og elbiler? Det skal vi høre mere om fra Lars Breinbæk - dansk energi-analytiker ansat i den kinesiske tænketank - China National Renewable Energy Centre. Karin Hjulmand og Karin Axelsson er dagens værter. Erik Weir er dagens redaktør. www.dr.dk/orientering

Ransquawk Rundown, Daily Podcast
[PODCAST] European Open Rundown 25th September 2020

Ransquawk Rundown, Daily Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 25, 2020 4:19


Asian equity markets were mostly higher amid tailwinds from Wall St where stocks finished a choppy session in the greenUS Secretary of State Pompeo alleged that New York’s Chinese consulate is a major spy hubUK Brexit Negotiator Frost and his EU counterpart Barnier were reportedly able to lay the foundation for a round of negotiations next weekUS House Speaker Pelosi said that Democrats are ready for negotiations on stimulus; reports...

Le sept neuf
Fatima Daas - Michel Barnier

Le sept neuf

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 7, 2020 119:28


durée : 01:59:28 - Le 7/9 - Fatima Daas, romancière, auteure de « La Petite Dernière » (éd.Notabilia) et Michel Barnier, négociateur en chef de la Commission européenne sur le Brexit, sont les invités du 7/9 de France Inter.

Les interviews d'Inter
Michel Barnier : "Les britanniques voudraient le meilleur des deux mondes"

Les interviews d'Inter

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 7, 2020 24:16


durée : 00:24:16 - L'invité de 8h20 : le grand entretien - Michel Barnier, négociateur en chef de la Commission européenne sur le Brexit, est l'invité du Grand entretien de France Inter.

Sky News Daily
Brexit: deal, no deal - does it really matter? | 27 August 2020

Sky News Daily

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 27, 2020 36:00


On 23 June 2016 the UK voted to leave the European Union. The issue divided a nation - and families.Despite leaving the EU at the end of January, our future relationship with our European neighbours remains unclear.The transition period ends on 31 December - but will negotiators strike a deal and is the country really prepared for the implications of a no deal?Brothers Ian and Nigel Baxter were on opposing sides of the Brexit debate - and remain so. They engage in a frank discussion on the Sky News Daily podcast as we examine where we are at in the process and what's still to come.On day three of our special series ahead of Parliament's return, our deputy political editor Sam Coates is joined by Brexiteer John Longworth, Georgina Wright from the Institute for Government and Anand Menon, director of UK in a Changing Europe.Daily podcast team:Podcast producer - Annie JoycePodcast producer - Nicola EyersPolitics producer - Mollie MaloneAssistant producer - Sabah ChoudhryInterviews producers - Oli FosterInterviews producers - Tatiana AldersonInterviews producers - Megan CouttsArchive - Simon WindsorMusic - Steven Wheeler

Economics & Beyond with Rob Johnson
Brian Barnier: The Future of the Central Bank

Economics & Beyond with Rob Johnson

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 22, 2020 52:07


Brian Barnier, Director of Analytics at ValueBridge Advisors, talks to Rob Johnson about how the pandemic could change the mission of central banks.

RTÉ - Morning Ireland
Barnier: EU cannot allow 'cherry picking' by Britain

RTÉ - Morning Ireland

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 11, 2020 6:24


Seamus Leheny, Policy Manager for the Freight Transport Association in Northern Ireland, discusses a proposed IT platform to manage trade between Northern Ireland and Great Britain after Brexit.

The Two-Minute Briefing
The Evening Briefing: Friday June 5

The Two-Minute Briefing

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 5, 2020 2:06


Madeleine McCann: Suspect linked to disappearance of missing German girl eight years laterBrexit talks: Barnier hopes last-minute deal can happen in OctoberGrim milestone: Official UK death toll passes 40,000Cases falling: Fewer than one in 1,000 now infected with Covid-19 in England each dayUS protests: Police officers suspended after seriously injuring 75-year-old manBo’ Selecta’s blackface: Why is Leigh Francis only apologising now?Read all these articles with a Telegraph subscription. We have a special offer that allows you to access all our newspaper and online articles without leaving home. Try a free one-month trial - then save 50pc on your first three months. Sign up here: http://bit.ly/2WRuvh9. If you're enjoying my audio briefings, please consider encouraging others to sign up for FREE here: http://bit.ly/2XxhVAI

Focus economia
Focus economia del giorno 24/04/2020: Recovery fund, tanti se e poche certezze

Focus economia

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 24, 2020


Mes, Sure e Bei operativi da giugno e ok al principio del Recovery Fund 'urgente', come aveva chiesto l'Italia, anche se con tutti i dettagli ancora da definire a cui lavorerà la Commissione nelle prossime settimane. Il vertice europeo dedicato alla crisi economica più profonda dal dopoguerra cerca di ritrovare almeno un'unità d'intenti che consenta di proseguire lo sforzo per definire una risposta all'altezza della situazione. Ci riesce, almeno in parte, accogliendo l'idea di creare uno strumento nuovo come il fondo per la ripresa. Ma ora parte la battaglia su come funzionerà, cioè se concederà prestiti o sovvenzioni a fondo perduto. - Ostacoli nel negoziato sulla Brexit "Il Regno Unito non si è voluto impegnare in modo sostanziale su punti importanti e precisi che sono previsti dalla dichiarazione politica. Lo deploro e mi inquieta". Lo denuncia il capo negoziatore Ue, Barnier secondo cui "Il Regno Unito non puo' rifiutare di estendere il periodo di transizione e allo stesso tempo rallentare la discussione in alcune aree", come per il 'level playing field'. Londra "deplora l'offerta dell'Ue sul commercio dei beni resti ben al di sotto di quanto concordato in trattati di libero scambio recenti con altri Paesi sovrani". - Conti pubblici italiani. Dopo quasi tre ore di riunione è arrivato dal Consiglio dei ministri il sì al Def. Approvata anche la relazione alle Camere per chiedere, in vista del decreto di aprile, l'autorizzazione allo scostamento di bilancio: fino a 55 miliardi in termini di indebitamento netto (pari a circa 3,3 punti percentuali di Pil) per il 2020 e 24,6 miliardi a valere sul 2021 (1,4 % del Pil). Ospiti:Adriana Cerretelli, editorialista Sole 24 Ore, Leonardo Maisano Sole 24 Ore Londra, Gianni Trovati Sole 24 Ore.

RTÉ - Brexit Republic
Beans and Barnier

RTÉ - Brexit Republic

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 6, 2020 41:49


EU-UK talks were preceded by tetchy exchanges and a 'patriotic breakfast'. So why did everything go so quiet? RTÉ's London Correspondent Seán Whelan relocated to Brussels and took the temperature, while Deputy Foreign Editor Colm Ó Mongáin caught up with former EU Ambassador to the US David O'Sullivan for his thoughts on the talks.

Brexitcast
Brex, Lies and Barnier Tape

Brexitcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 12, 2019 32:12


A Scottish court says the Queen has been misled...meanwhile Barnier says he is a fan of Brexitcast! Producer: Poppy Damon. Editor: Dino Sofos.