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RNZ: Morning Report
Fresh faces expected in National caucus reshuffle

RNZ: Morning Report

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 5, 2021 3:30


There are likely to be several new faces on National's front bench when the party's leader Christopher Luxon reveals his caucus reshuffle on Monday. But, given the lack of diversity among his MPs, most of them will be Pakeha. Brigitte Morten, a political commentator and senior advisor for the previous National-led government, spoke to Susie Ferguson.

Today in Parliament
02/12/2021

Today in Parliament

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 2, 2021 28:16


Sean Curran and the team report as MPs debate proposed new rules on their behaviour and peers question a minister about the impact of Storm Arwen.

The Way Out Is In
From Extraction to Regeneration: Healing Ourselves, Healing Society (Episode #16)

The Way Out Is In

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 2, 2021 107:10


Welcome to episode 16 of The Way Out Is In: The Zen Art of Living, a podcast series mirroring Zen Master Thich Nhat Hanh's deep teachings of Buddhist philosophy: a simple yet profound methodology for dealing with our suffering, and for creating more happiness and joy in our lives. In this episode, the presenters, Zen Buddhist monk Brother Phap Huu and lay Buddhist practitioner and journalist Jo Confino, are joined by special guest, Zen Buddhist monk Brother Phap Linh (Brother Spirit). Together, they discuss eco-anxiety, the challenges of and solutions for shifting to a new paradigm which can heal us and our planet, and whether it’s possible to change our minds, hearts, and future. Plus: how can you be at peace in what feels like a battlefield? The conversation touches upon “the decisive decade”; individualism and competition; interdependence; handling fear; transformation; change in “the age of collective procrastination”; and opportunities in difficult times. Is it possible to ‘sit' with collapse? Brother Phap Linh (Brother Spirit) shares his journey of transformation, from studying sciences at Cambridge, to numerous retreats, and eventual monastic life. He further talks about creating transformation at both personal and collective levels; the cult of individualism; societal numbness; handling the energy of negativity; the basis of understanding reality, and what nourishes our views and beliefs; the economic conceit ‘the tragedy of the commons'; creating shared visions and aspirations; and telling new stories. And how do you change your view when you're caught in the old paradigm? Brother Phap Huu shares insights on how to not lose ourselves in a fast-paced environment, and looks at: fundamental questions; procrastination; individual aspirations; becoming free from attachment; striving and the importance of stopping; learning in the community; the Six Harmonies; and the joy of sharing. There's also important advice for those ‘burning out' in the environmental movement.Jo recollects Thich Nhat Hanh's speech to the members of the UK Parliament and his thoughts on conflictual political systems. He further muses on the lasting joy of community life.  The episode ends with a short meditation on gratitude and Mother Earth, guided by Brother Phap Linh. Co-produced by the Plum Village App:https://plumvillage.app/ And Global Optimism:https://globaloptimism.com/ With support from the Thich Nhat Hanh Foundation:https://thichnhathanhfoundation.org/ List of resources Brother Phap Linh (Brother Spirit)https://plumvillage.org/people/dharma-teachers/brother-phap-linh/ Richard Dawkinshttps://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Richard_Dawkins The tragedy of the commonshttps://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tragedy_of_the_commons Elinor Ostromhttps://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Elinor_Ostrom Music for Difficult Timeshttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YarhXTDs8Z4‘Introduction to Namo Avalokiteshvara'https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DjBUZrrqAVQ Kundunhttps://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/KundunGandhihttps://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gandhi_(film) Comfortably Numbhttps://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Comfortably_NumbSiddharthahttps://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Siddhartha_(novel) The Matrixhttps://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Matrix Dharma Talks: ‘The Four Noble Truths: Vulture Peak Gathering'https://plumvillage.org/library/dharma-talks/the-four-noble-truths-vulture-peak-gathering-2016-06-04-lower-hamlet-sr-dinh-nghiem/ Multi-level selection theoryhttps://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cooperation_%28evolution%29#Multi-level_selection The Five Mindfulness Trainingshttps://plumvillage.org/mindfulness-practice/the-5-mindfulness-trainings/ The Fourteen Mindfulness Trainingshttps://plumvillage.org/mindfulness-practice/the-14-mindfulness-trainings/ Quotes “When everything is motivated by love, you don't burn out.” “My dad wrote me a letter that said, ‘You know, in life, it's not for me to hand you a rose, but to hand you an onion, where you peel every layer and you cry.' It’s like we find ourselves through suffering. And it’s the suffering we go through in order to find joy. We can’t bypass suffering.” “They say ‘It’s darkest just before the dawn’, and we seem to be at this crossroads where, if we don’t have what Thay would call a collective awakening, we are very, very likely heading for a catastrophe that is unimaginable in terms of the suffering it will create. And there’s an opportunity for this time to turbocharge the change into a new paradigm.” “Every single drop that we put in the bucket of mindfulness increases our zone of freedom and our capacity to notice difficult feelings arising in our body and mind. Then, when anxiety is coming up, we’re going to see it coming. You get to see it because you’ve put energy in, maybe five, 10 minutes every day. You paid attention to your steps on the way to work. You made that commitment and you’ve invested. And when you do that, in the difficult moments, you have that little bit of extra time and extra freedom, and you notice that energy coming up; you see it coming and you can go, ‘I see you.' That’s mindfulness.” “Dare to feel.” “What's interesting is to learn that we have resources, we have ways to meet those difficult feelings, and to transform them, and to not be alone with them. And that’s the power of our community: that we can be in that process of holding, of embracing the pain and the fear, and that we can do it together.”  “That is enlightenment: to be free from all attachment; we’re not striving for happiness, but we enjoy the path because the path is happiness. We have this notion that we have to accomplish to receive happiness, to arrive at success. But then, [by doing that] we bypass all of these beautiful present moments.” “Thay gave a speech to MPs and members of the House of Lords. And one member of the House of Lords said, ‘Well, Thay, the UK political system is, by nature, conflictual. We sit opposite each other, we argue against each other. We’re always trying to point out what’s wrong with each other. What do you think of that?’ And Thay looked at him and after what seemed like an age, he just asked, ‘Does it make you happy?’ That was a really profound moment because it was so far outside the normal conversation. And it feels like, increasingly, we need to be outside of the normal conversation.” “One of the things that may contribute to a burnout is starting to feel negativity all the time, that kind of blaming. It may actually be true that other people are not doing enough. But the point is that we have to keep our sovereignty. We have to keep our peace, our freedom, and know when we’re being colonized by that energy of judgment and hatred; we have to know how to handle that.” “Be brave to feel your feelings. Be brave to see what your mind is producing. Once you do, you see the roots of it. And this is the Four Noble Truths of Buddhism: to only change and have transformation as you come to the root of it. So then you start to look at how you live your life: ‘What is it that I’m doing that nourishes this view?' And if you see the root of it, then you see a way out of it. But seeing is not enough. Then, you have to walk the path; you have to change your way of living. And for me, this is where real transformation happens.” “In the dharma, we always say, ‘Peace in oneself, peace in the world.' Which means that, to achieve transformation outside of ourselves, we need to start with ourselves.” “Many people have asked me, ‘After Thay passes, who’s the next Thich Nhat Hanh?’ I say, ‘Nobody.' Thay has told us very clearly that the continuation of Thay is the community. So each and every one of us will be his continuation. Each and every one of us will share that responsibility; that’s the power of community.” “Learn to go as a river; be a drop of water in the river. Don’t be that drop of oil which doesn’t penetrate into it.” “My inbreath, the outbreath of the trees. My outbreath, the inbreath of the trees.”

Yah Lah BUT...
#239 - Workers' Party MP Raeesah Khan resigns & Singapore crowned world's second most expensive city

Yah Lah BUT...

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 2, 2021 67:54


Workers' Party MP Raeesah Khan abruptly resigned from her position as an MP and from the party on Tuesday afternoon, just hours before she was due to face an internal disciplinary hearing. WP's leaders came out with the details of what happened, and it turns out that they knew of Khan's lies a lot earlier than the public. How did this happen? Also, Singapore tied with Paris in second place on The Economist's list of most expensive cities in the world, only behind Tel Aviv. What should the average Singaporean make of this news?   Find us here! Our YLB Subreddit for detailed show notes and mindblowing discussions! YLB's own TikTok featuring 2 boom-llenials attempting to connect with Gen Z uwu Our YLB YouTube channel to watch videos of all our guest interviews! Our NEW YLB IG account run by our intern, Daras! FOLKLORY - Record a personalized podcast as an audio gift for your loved ones! We've launched the new edition of FOLKLORY.com, and can't wait to help you create a one-of-a-kind present that will be shared and cherished forever! Check out the sample that we've included in this week's podcast! #folklory   Workers' Party MP Raeesah Khan resigns WP leaders told by Raeesah Khan in August she had lied, decided to give her time to deal with matter: Pritam Singh Raeesah Khan's resignation relieves pressure on Workers' Party after she lied in Parliament, say observers No by-election in Sengkang GRC after Raeesah Khan's resignation: WP Raeesah Khan resigns: What happens when MPs vacate their seats - TODAY Most Sengkang residents polled support resignation of MP Raeesah Khan 'Trailblazer' or liability to Workers' Party?: Local political commentators react to Raeesah Khan's resignation Singapore crowned world's second most expensive city Singapore overtakes Hong Kong as most expensive place to live in Asia Pet peacocks are allowed but must be kept securely, says NParks after girl was attacked One Shiok Comment Comment by manofficial   One Shiok Thing Invisible String by Taylor Swift (studio session) What Does It Take To Be A Debt Collector? | On The Red Dot | Just Don't Tell Mum - Part 3

Once Upon A Gene
The Importance of Newborn Screening in Every State with ALD Alliance Founder Elisa Seeger

Once Upon A Gene

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 2, 2021 34:39


ONCE UPON A GENE - EPISODE 111 The Importance of Newborn Screening in Every State with ALD Alliance Founder Elisa Seeger Elisa Seeger lost her son Aidan as a result of Adrenoleukodystrophy (ALD) disease. As she was sitting next to his hospital bed researching this awful disease, she learned of a newborn screening test for ALD which wasn't being utilized. Since Aidan has passed away, Elisa has been determined to ensure the ALD newborn screening test is used in every state. Thanks to her advocacy, New York and 24 other states are now testing. Now her efforts extend beyond ALD and she's working to get all diseases with a viable treatment available to be on newborn screening tests across the country. EPISODE HIGHLIGHTS Can you tell us about Aidan? Aidan was born in 2004, perfectly healthy, giant blue eyes, full of life, and we had no reason to believe anything was wrong with him. He was walking at 10 months old, did well in school and played sports. In first grade, he started having some vision problems which prompted a diagnostic odyssey going from ophthalmologists to pediatric ophthalmologist to retina specialists and back to his pediatrician who recommended we see a neurologist. The neurologist didn't think anything was wrong, but ordered an MRI, and when the results of the MRI came back, Aidan was diagnosed with Adrenoleukodystrophy (ALD). ALD is an X-linked inherited metabolic condition, which most severely affects boys and men. Aidan was diagnosed with a cerebral form of ALD, which is the most severe. We began our mission to try to save his life, but he lost his life on April 29, of 2012.  Where is the gap of having a screening test for ALD and the fact that not one state in the country was using it on newborns? That's what I've been working on and putting all of my efforts into. There are currently four conditions on the federal recommended uniform screening panel that are not being screened for nationwide. Those include MPS-1, Pompe, ALD and SMA. I've realized the primary reason why states don't move forward is because they don't have the funding to do so. There are currently only 17 states testing for all the conditions. My efforts have been focused on trying to get appropriations from the federal government to go directly to the states so this problem can be fixed. We're asking for  $15 million a year for every state to become Recommended Uniform Screening Panel (RUSP) compliant by 2025.  How has leading this crusade helped in the grieving process? I'm grateful to have so many families in my life that I've met along the way and I feel they've all been touched by Aidan.  How can people help in these efforts and what can they do in their own states? If anyone is interested, please reach out to me and I can share a one pager that explains what we're doing and where all the states stand. I need all the help I can get.  What has been a moment in your work over the last several years that's made you feel the closest to Aidan's memory? The signing of his law which was 11 months to the day of his passing and was very spiritual for me. I know he had his hand in that. I get frustrated at times, but little signs from Aidan keep me going. CONNECT WITH ELISA Email  elisa@aldalliance.org ALD Alliance Website https://www.aldalliance.org/ LINKS & RESOURCES MENTIONED Once Upon a Gene on Clubhouse https://www.clubhouse.com/club/once-upon-a-gene CONNECT WITH EFFIE PARKS Website https://effieparks.com/ Twitter https://twitter.com/OnceUponAGene Instagram https://www.instagram.com/onceuponagene.podcast/?hl=en Built Ford Tough Facebook Group https://www.facebook.com/groups/1877643259173346/

Coffee House Shots
Is Boris in trouble over No.10's Christmas party?

Coffee House Shots

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 1, 2021 12:07


Keir Starmer went on the attack today at PMQs. The controversy over last years Christmas party resurfaced, with accusations that No.10 breached lockdown rules. He then went on to criticise the government's new hospitals program.  Boris was dealt another blow, this time from his own side. Tory MPs are in uproar about the threats of growing restrictions. Yesterday, two votes in the commons over the new Covid rules led to another rebellion. '40 is considered the problematic number for a rebellion. That second vote was very close to that' - Isabel Hardman. A lot of MPs are worried the UK will just bounce in and out of these restrictions endlessly. But when the government is juggling both the Delta and the Omicron variant, can they hold off from a lockdown forever?

RNZ: Checkpoint
Luxon runs morning media gauntlet on day 1 as National leader

RNZ: Checkpoint

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 1, 2021 3:08


National's reset means a reshuffle, as Chris Luxon seeks to make his mark on the Opposition Party. The new leader now has some big decisions ahead of him as his opposition MPs head home after anointing the party's new 'saviour'. Here's our deputy political editor Craig McCulloch.

Official Prime Minister's Questions (PMQs) Podcast
Prime Minister's Questions - 1 December 2021

Official Prime Minister's Questions (PMQs) Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 1, 2021 33:59


The Prime Minister, Boris Johnson MP, took questions from MPs in the House of Commons on 1 December 2021. Want to find out more about what's happening in the House of Commons this week? Follow @HouseofCommons on Twitter, and @UKHouseofCommons on Facebook and Instagram for more.

Today in Parliament
30/11/2021

Today in Parliament

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 30, 2021 28:21


Sean Curran and the team report as MPs debate new Covid rules in England - and the SNP try to cut the prime minister's salary.

News with The Sydney Morning Herald
The top morning stories for Wednesday, December 1

News with The Sydney Morning Herald

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 30, 2021 3:20


MPs face tough new rules as widespread harassment is exposed, cases of the Omicron variant of COVID-19 in Europe predate its discovery in South Africa and the cosmetic surgery industry puts profit before safety. Welcome to News with The Sydney Morning Herald, your daily news briefing from the newspaper in Sydney everyone turns to. Drawing from the best journalism in the country, News with The Sydney Morning Herald brings you the most important local, national and world politics, business, sport and entertainment news of the day directly from Australia's most authoritative newsroom. Subscribe to The Age & SMH: https://subscribe.smh.com.au/ See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Newshour
Yemen: Houthi rebels come closer to encircling the city of Marib

Newshour

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 30, 2021 46:18


Marib is at the centre of Yemen's oilfields, and is the government's last stronghold in the north. We have an exclusive report from there. Also on the programme Poland's Prime Minister urges NATO to unify against Russia. Will that organisation, currently meeting in Latvia, do that? And a new report from Australia states that more than a quarter of those working in federal parliamentary offices have been sexually harassed by MPs. (Picture: Portraits of slain Houthi fighters which are to be placed on their graves to mark Houthi Martyr Week, in Sanaâ. Credit: Arhab / EPA)

RNZ: Morning Report
Business and farming representatives on National Party leadership

RNZ: Morning Report

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2021 6:52


National MPs are descending on the capital today to elect a new leader. It follows the dumping of Judith Collins in a vote of no confidence. RNZ understands it's a two horse race between former leader Simon Bridges and Christopher Luxon, with support for the latter understood to be firming. Since the weekend many MPs and party insiders contacted by RNZ have all declined to be interviewed ahead of the vote. Federated Farmers president Andrew Hoggard, and Business New Zealand chief executive Kirk Hope spoke to Corin Dann.

The Seen and the Unseen - hosted by Amit Varma
Ep 253: Our Parliament and Our Democracy

The Seen and the Unseen - hosted by Amit Varma

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2021 183:28


A democracy is not just about voting, The rules of the game have to protect individuals, and institutions have to keep the government accountable. MR Madhavan joins Amit Varma in episode 253 of The Seen and the Unseen to discuss his efforts at empowering MPs and MLAs with knowledge -- and why we should not lose hope in our nation. Also check out: 1. PRS Legislative Research. 2. When You Could Only Buy Two Litres of Milk -- MR Madhavan. 3. The Functioning of the Indian Parliament -- MR Madhavan. 4. Dilli Door Nahin: Engaging With the Policy Process -- MR Madhavan. 5. Ulysses and Dubliners -- James Joyce. 6. Fixing Indian Education -- Episode 185 of The Seen and the Unseen (w Karthik Muralidharan). 7. Education in India -- Episode 77 of The Seen and the Unseen (w Amit Chandra). 8. Every Act of Government Is an Act of Violence -- Amit Varma. 9. Taxes Should Be Used for Governance, Not Politics -- Amit Varma. 10. Battles Half Won: India's Improbable Democracy -- Ashutosh Varshney. 11. A Life in Indian Politics -- Episode 149 of The Seen and the Unseen (w JP Narayan). 12. A People's Constitution -- Rohit De. 13. The First Assault on Our Constitution -- Episode 194 of The Seen and the Unseen (w Tripurdaman Singh). 14. The Right to Property -- Episode 26 of The Seen and the Unseen (w Shruti Rajagopalan). 15. The Federalist Papers -- Alexander Hamilton, John Jay and James Madison. 16. The Oxford Handbook of the Indian Constitution -- Sujit Choudhry, Madhav Khosla and Pratap Bhanu Mehta. 17. The Ideas of Our Constitution -- Episode 164 of The Seen and the Unseen (w Madhav Khosla). 18. India's Founding Moment — Madhav Khosla. 19. India's Greatest Civil Servant -- Episode 167 of The Seen and the Unseen (w Narayani Basu). 20. The Anti-Defection Law -- Episode 13 of The Seen and the Unseen (w Barun Mitra). 21. Speech to the Electors of Bristol -- Edmund Burke. 22. A Cricket Tragic Celebrates the Game -- Episode 201 of The Seen and the Unseen (w Ramachandra Guha). 23. Bindra's Wishlist -- Amit Varma. 24. The Business of Winning Elections -- Episode 247 of The Seen and the Unseen (w Shivam Shankar Singh). 25. Think Again: The Power of Knowing What You Don't Know -- Adam Grant. 26. The Gray Man -- Mark Greaney. 27. PG Wodehouse on Amazon. 28. The Three-Body Problem -- Cixin Liu. 29. Project Hail Mary -- Andy Weir. 30. A Gentleman in Moscow -- Amor Towles. 31. The Lincoln Highway -- Amor Towles. 32. The Paper Menagerie -- Ken Liu. This episode is sponsored by Intel. This episode is co-sponsored by CTQ Compounds. Check out The Daily Reader, FutureStack and The Social Capital Compound. Use the code UNSEEN for Rs 2500 off. Please subscribe to The India Uncut Newsletter. It's free! And check out Amit's online course, The Art of Clear Writing.

Friday Night Comedy from BBC Radio 4
The Now Show - 26th November - feat Athena Kugblenu, Geoff Norcott, and Huge Davies

Friday Night Comedy from BBC Radio 4

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 26, 2021 27:50


Steve Punt and Hugh Dennis present the week via topical stand-up and sketches in the BBC's Radio Theatre in front of a remote audience. Joining them from a safe distance is Athena Kugblenu taking on MPs wages, and Geoff Norcott on must-see TV. This week's music is supplied by Huge Davies. Voice Actors: Emma Sidi and Jason Forbes Producer: Rajiv Karia Production Co-Ordinator: Sarah Sharpe BBC Studios Production

INSIDE BRIEFING with Institute for Government
“Is everything OK, Prime Minister?”

INSIDE BRIEFING with Institute for Government

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 26, 2021 40:53


The Prime Minister's speech to the CBI, in which he enthused about Peppa Pig and lost his place for 20 excruciating seconds, has caused concern in Government. Is all ok inside Number 10, or was this just the PM being himself? It's not all plain sailing in the Commons either, as the Government suffered a big rebellion over plans to reform social care, and the row over standards in public life continues. Our special guest ROBERT SHRIMSLEY, Chief Political Commentator at the FT, joins us to discuss. “The problem is, this is the Prime Minister. He thrives on this chaotic approach and he has always relied on it.” - ROBERT SHRIMSLEY “The vaccine task force did well, but when you have money and momentum behind you that task becomes easier.” - ALEX THOMAS “Those who will benefit the most from social care plan are those with the most expensive houses, inevitably in the South.” - ROBERT SHRIMSLEY “The whips need to get a handle on this because the more MPs get a taste of rebellion, the more likely it is to happen.” - HANNAH WHITE “Johnson was elected as good-time premier, but COVID has wrecked the finances.” - ROBERT SHRIMSLEY Presented by Bronwen Maddox with Hannah White, Alex Thomas and Graham Atkins. Audio production by Alex Rees. Inside Briefing is a Podmasters Production for the IfG.  https://www.instituteforgovernment.org.uk  

Woman's Hour
Arwa Mahdawi, Cinderella & Sexual Harassment in Schools

Woman's Hour

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 26, 2021 56:31


Do women make better leaders? If so, what can they teach us? Strong Female Lead - Lessons From Women in Power, a new book by the journalist Arwa Mahdawi, argues that a rigid and masculine model of leadership is not up to tackling the complex problems we are facing in the world today. Arwa says ‘If we want to save the world, it's time we stopped telling women to act like men and started telling everyone to lead like women.' She draws on the pandemic and beyond, to showcase the leadership skills women are displaying that she believes everyone can learn from. This week MPs have backed a ban on virginity testing in England, after the government called it "indefensible". Anyone helping girls or women get the tests, which includes an intrusive vaginal examination, could face up to five years in prison. But campaigners have also said they want a ban on hymenoplasty, a practice involving cosmetic surgery to reconstruct the hymen. Natasha Rattu, CEO of Karma Nirvana, an organisation that supports victims of honour-based abuse and forced marriage, tells us why this further step needs to be taken. Presenter Zara McDermott's new BBC documentary explores sexual harassment, teenagers, and what impact school is having. We speak to Zara and two contributors who feature in the documentary - activist Zan Moon and 14 year old Trinity. This week the Home Affairs Select Committee released a report revealing that only one in five of an estimated 15,000 eligible claimants had applied to the Windrush Compensation Scheme, and only 5% of victims have been compensated. They've called for the scheme to be transferred from the Home Office to an independent organisation. We're joined by lawyer Jacqueline McKenzie to discuss the findings. We discuss the ongoing appeal of the Cinderella story with Faye Campbell who is playing Cinderella at York Theatre Royal and Dr Nicola Darwood who recently co-edited a new book with Alexis Weedon called Re-telling Cinderella: Cultural and Creative Transformations.

A Rational Fear
Labor's 2022 Election Strategy: Rhyming — Matt Okine, Alex Dyson, Dom Knight, Andy Lee, Lewis Hobba, Dan Ilic + Tim Bailey

A Rational Fear

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 26, 2021 42:33


OH GOD, WHAT NOW? Formerly Remainiacs
DePfeffel Pig and the Very Hard Speech

OH GOD, WHAT NOW? Formerly Remainiacs

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 26, 2021 62:55


As Johnson makes a pig's ear out of his speech to the CBI, and with unrest sizzling on the Tory backbenches over social care, is the Prime Minister in danger of getting smoked out, or can he use red meat to buy off his MPs? Plus continental Europe is facing a fourth wave of COVID, reaching case rates the UK has seen for months! Will Britain avoid another lockdown, and are we changing our behaviour as Christmas approaches? Naomi, Dorian and Alex are joined by special guest Gavin Esler on this week's show. “Johnson turning up and winging his speech is effectively another way of saying ‘fuck business'.” - Alex Andreou “I hate commentators using the word ‘authentic', some people are authentically shit.” - Gavin Esler  “Johnson is under attack from all groups in the party, this makes it very difficult for him to buy them off.” - Naomi Smith “One person I think has a good chance is Jeremy Hunt. He's biding his time, outside the cabinet of disasters.” - Gavin Esler “The UK became desensitised after the 80,000 death second wave, something that other European countries didn't go through.” - Alex Andreou Back us on Patreon: www.patreon.com/ohgodwhatnow Presented by Dorian Lynskey with Naomi Smith and Alex Andreou. Produced by Andrew Harrison. Assistant producers: Jacob Archbold and Jelena Sofronijevic. Audio production by Alex Rees. OH GOD, WHAT NOW? is a Podmasters production. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Today in Parliament
25/11/2021

Today in Parliament

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 25, 2021 28:12


Susan Hulme reports as MPs question the home secretary about the deaths of 27 people in the Channel.

Brexitcast
Oh no Boris!

Brexitcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 25, 2021 33:05


The Speaker Sir Lindsay Hoyle brings his pet parrot, Boris, into the Newscast studio. He also reveals that he's been "heavily lobbied" by women MPs not to change the rules on bringing children into parliamentary debates. Labour MP Stella Creasy was told it was against the rules to bring a child to a debate after her three-month-old son accompanied her earlier this week. And Katya talks to Laura and Chris about the political ramifications following the deaths of people trying to cross the Channel in dinghies. Newscast was made by Danny Wittenberg, Ali Gee and Ros Jones. Jonathan Aspinwall is the editor.

RNZ: Morning Report
Some prisoners have better conditions than MIQ - Ombudsman

RNZ: Morning Report

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 25, 2021 4:38


The Chief Ombudsman has told MPs that some prisoners have better conditions than some others do in MIQ. Peter Boshier presented a review of MIQ to a parliamentary select committee yesterday, after carrying out six inspections of the facilities last year. He spoke to Guyon Espiner. MIQ declined an invitation to speak on Morning Report on Friday.

RNZ: Morning Report
Collins not going anywhere fast - former press secretary

RNZ: Morning Report

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 25, 2021 6:34


A former National Party press secretary says she doesn't expect Judith Collins to go anywhere soon, despite losing the job of leader of the party. National MPs will elect the party's fifth leader in four years next Tuesday, after a vote of no confidence went against Judith Collins on Thursday. The implosion comes after a late Wednesday night press release from Collins, where she accused MP and former leader Simon Bridges of " serious misconduct" at a party event in Premier House five years ago. Bridges said this was "truly desperate stuff" from Collins who would go to any length to hold on to her leadership. She was forced to step down after her caucus issued a motion of no confidence in her. Janet Wilson became the National Party leader's chief press secretary after Todd Muller rolled Simon Bridges in 2020 and stayed on when Collins took over. She left shortly after the election  She has seen all the changes in the party over the last 18 months and has been highly critical of Collins' leadership. Despite that she told Morning Report Collins did well at the start of her tenure as leader to guide MPs through the election period. It was after that when things went bad. Wilson said Collins admitted the party needed renewal but did not provide it. She does not expect many changes from Collins post demotion either. "What she'll do is she'll lay low for a while, but the planning and scheming and lack of judgment that is sort of part of her, her leadership, will come to the fore again. "She's always been a bit player within that caucus, and she's always been a schemer, so to speak. I would expect her to be a malignant force on the back bench eventually. "I don't think she's going anywhere fast."

Coffee House Shots
Can Priti solve the migrant crisis?

Coffee House Shots

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 25, 2021 15:37


The 27 migrants that tragically lost their lives whilst trying to cross the English Channel have sparked urgent appeals for Priti to resolve the migrant crisis. However, there is still no stopping some migrants attempting to flee their homes. ‘By 8.30 this morning, three more boats had arrived on the coast, even after the news had broken' - James Forsyth How can this problem be solved within the confines of international law? And what are the migrants' motivations for leaving their homes? Is it economic? Fear of persecution?  Also on the podcast, Katy and James reflect on The Spectator's Parliamentarian Awards last night. Read more about the event and hear all of the acceptance speeches by MPs here. To discuss this and more, Cindy Yu is joined by James Forsyth and Katy Balls. Subscribe to The Spectator's Evening Blend email, from Isabel Hardman and Katy Balls, for analysis of the day's political news and a summary of the best pieces from our website. Go to www.spectator.co.uk/blend to sign up.

Radio Sweden
Radio Sweden Weekly: Seven and a half bumpy hours for Sweden's first female prime minister

Radio Sweden

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 25, 2021 23:49


Magdalena Andersson got off to a rocky start as Sweden's first female prime minister, and decided to stand down after just seven and a half hours - before she had even been formally instated. In today's programme, we try to make sense of what happened in those hours and what the implications for the future of Swedish politics are.The programme includes a discussion with Marcus Åsling, editorial writer for Östersunds-Posten, which has a political profile close to the Centre Party and Leonidas Aretakis, editor-in-chief of the left-leaning Flamman, that calls itself "independently socialist".We hear MPs reflect on the historic vote, before it all fell apart - and visit a local cinema to hear how they will deal with the new restrictions on indoor public events that will come into force on December 1st.Presenter: Ulla EngbergProducer: Kris Boswell

Official Prime Minister's Questions (PMQs) Podcast
Prime Minister's Questions - 24 November 2021

Official Prime Minister's Questions (PMQs) Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 24, 2021 38:36


The Prime Minister, Boris Johnson MP, took questions from MPs in the House of Commons on 24 November 2021. Want to find out more about what's happening in the House of Commons this week? Follow @HouseofCommons on Twitter, and @UKHouseofCommons on Facebook and Instagram for more.

RNZ: Morning Report
Covid-19: Traffic light bill's quick passing condemned

RNZ: Morning Report

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2021 3:22


Nine days out from the new traffic light system, the Government is scrambling to pass legislation allowing the scheme to operate, bypassing regular scrutiny. MPs have been called back to Parliament this morning to continue an urgent debate over the proposed law that curbs the freedoms of unvaccinated people. The first two readings were passed under urgency last night. Opposition parties and legal experts say the rushed process is shambolic and disgraceful. Here's RNZ deputy political editor Craig McCulloch.

The Bunker
Isle of Dogs: Has Britain gone Barking Mad?

The Bunker

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2021 61:19


This week's panel show out early for Patreon people… And you can hear our new series DOOMSDAY WATCH here: https://kite.link/doomsday  The sleaze revelations may be ebbing, but the PM is still under sustained attack from his own MPs. Will a bouncing new Johnson baby save Christmas for the Conservatives? Jelena Sofronijevic joins to discuss what it's like to graduate into a post-COVID job market and generational tensions in the workplace. Plus, the panel unpack the phenomenon of lockdown pets - vital for our mental health or a CAT-astrophe for the planet? Hear our new series DOOMSDAY WATCH here: https://kite.link/doomsday “If I was a member of the Conservative Party at the moment, I'd be keeping my nose dry between factions.” - Marie le Conte “Can you imagine if Tony Blair had sent his dad on Newsnight to explain on his behalf?” - Justin Quirk “We make 17 year olds enter extraordinary financial commitments. No wonder they expect a job at the end of it.” - Ahir Shah “This generation is acutely aware of the power, and the value, of their identity.” - Justin Quirk https://www.patreon.com/bunkercast  Presented by Ros Taylor with Marie le Conte, Ahir Shah and Justin Quirk. Produced by Andrew Harrison. Assistant producers: Jacob Archbold and Jelena Sofronijevic. Music by Kenny Dickinson. Audio production by Alex Rees. THE BUNKER IS A PODMASTERS PRODUCTION Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Today in Parliament
22/11/2021

Today in Parliament

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2021 28:15


Sean Curran and the team report as MPs approve plans to change social care in England - but the government's majority is cut.

Novara Media
TyskySour: The Tory Plan to Privatise The NHS

Novara Media

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2021 61:15


MPs will vote tomorrow on Sajid Javid’s Health and Care Bill. Does it threaten to privatise the NHS by the back door? We speak to Dr Bob Gill. With Michael Walker and Aaron Bastani.

RNZ: Morning Report
Developers, iwi, criticise housing density bill

RNZ: Morning Report

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2021 3:41


Developers have told MPs they do not want a housing density bill that gives them open slather across swathes of suburbia. An iwi says the proposed legislation is a "disgrace". Phil Pennington reports.

The Red Box Politics Podcast
I'm A Politician, Get Me In There!

The Red Box Politics Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 19, 2021 44:34


Why MPs do reality TV? Matt speaks to the culture secretary Nadine Dorries, former MPs; Matthew Parris, Julia Goldsworthy, Michael Fabricant and more.PLUS columnists Melanie Reid and James Forsyth on migrants and HS2.Thanks to the BBC, ITV and Channel 4 for the archive material. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

The New Statesman Podcast
What went down at Cop26?

The New Statesman Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 19, 2021 22:38


The UN climate summit ended with the president of Cop26, Alok Sharma, in tears, after the conference united behind a “watered down” agreement in which coal power will be “phased down” rather than “phased out”. Stephen Bush and Anoosh Chakelian discuss what really happened in those final days in Glasgow and where the world goes from here to tackle climate change. They highlight the political challenges for the government and who will bear the brunt of the UK's ambitious net zero pledge. Then in You Ask Us, a listener asks why they are required to fill out time sheets to access their carers allowance, when MPs don't have to do the same for their second jobs.If you have a question for You Ask Us, send an email or a voice note to podcasts@newstatesman.co.uk See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

OH GOD, WHAT NOW? Formerly Remainiacs
From Here to U-Turnity

OH GOD, WHAT NOW? Formerly Remainiacs

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 19, 2021 60:45


Welcome to the House of Funds… Parliament's sleaze scandal rolls into yet another week. But have no fear! Boris Johnson has announced plans to reform the rule for second jobs MPs can do, and this time it's totally going to work, you guys. Gracie Mae Bradley from human rights group Liberty joins us to discuss the week's news...  Will the Tory old guard be impressed with Johnson threatening to take away their nice little earners, and is there any stopping serial filibusterer Christopher Chope from ruining votes at the last minute?  Plus, President Putin is piling the pressure on his regional allies, and refugees are being used a political pawn by Belarus. We take a look at why the story isn't bigger here in the UK, and how the erosion of democracy on the other side of Europe affects us all.  “Johnson had a torrid time at PMQs, the speaker told him in politer terms to sit down and shut up” - Alex Andreou “MPs are paid to be full time representatives of their constituency, so any jobs should be agreed with that in mind” - Alex Andreou “Conservative MPs elected in marginal seats look at Christopher Chope and think ‘what impression is he giving the public of us?'” - Ros Taylor “All that Johnson has going for him is that he wins, that's the only reason people in the party like him” - Dorian Lynskey “There is a horrible continuity between the accounts of people in Calais and on the Belarus/Poland border” - Gracie Bradley “All of this is Putin's way of testing Biden's resolve” - Alex Andreou www.patreon.com/ohgodwhatnow Don't forget the OH GOD, WHAT NOW? Christmas live show - tickets are selling fast so get yours at https://bit.ly/3CvhpqH Presented by Dorian Lynskey with Ros Taylor and Alex Andreou. Produced by Andrew Harrison. Assistant producers: Jacob Archbold and Jelena Sofronijevic. Audio production by Alex Rees. OH GOD, WHAT NOW? is a Podmasters production. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

INSIDE BRIEFING with Institute for Government

As Boris Johnson struggles to shake off questions about standards and MPs' second jobs, what's the latest in the never-ending row gripping Westminster? Also how did the Government scramble supplies of PPE during the pandemic peak? The data has been released so we take a closer look. And John Swinney, Deputy First Minister of Scotland gave a talk at the IFG, and he didn't hold back.  Our special guest is HENRY DYER, politics reporter for Business Insider, specialising in political financing, appointments and data-driven investigations. “We all lose when people don't have faith in Parliament as an institution” - ALICE LILLEY “The UK's stockpile of PPE was much too small, we hadn't prepared for this” - TOM SASSE “According to John Swinney, the Government is undermining devolution” - AKASH PAUN “A lot of MPs currently in jobs are thinking ‘am I going to be able continuing doing these jobs or not?'” - HANNAH WHITE Presented by Tim Durrant with Hannah White, Alice Lilley, Tom Sasse and Akash Paun. Audio production by Alex Rees. Inside Briefing is a Podmasters Production for the IfG.  https://www.instituteforgovernment.org.uk  

Full Story
The pandemic powers fuelling anti-government protests – with Lenore Taylor

Full Story

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 18, 2021 23:37


A new pandemic bill introduced to Victorian parliament by the Andrews government was criticised by some legal and civil liberties groups for its broad powers and a lack of checks and balances. But while independent MPs worked with the government and legal advocates to improve the bill, some protesters – including members of far-right groups – co-opted the debate to inflame anti-government sentiment, at times egged on by politicians and commentators. In this episode, Gabrielle Jackson talks to Lenore Taylor and Mike Ticher about the need to separate legitimate criticism from the extreme views of a minority – and what extreme anti-government rhetoric means for democracy

Global News Podcast
Germany approves new coronavirus measures

Global News Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 18, 2021 31:17


MPs in Germany approve urgent measures to control Covid-19 following another big leap in the number of new infections; Also, 24 aid workers go on trial in Greece. And doubt is cast over an email said to be from the missing Chinese tennis player Peng Shuai.

Best of Today
Azeem Rafiq: 'I had a dream. It wasn't to be'

Best of Today

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 18, 2021 13:30


Former professional cricketer, Azeem Rafiq addressed a group of MPs on Tuesday about his experiences of racism as a player at Yorkshire County Cricket Club. His emotional testimony has rocked the sport and exposed the realities faced by the British Asian community. Today's Mishal Husain speaks to Azeem Rafiq about the struggles he faced at the club, how he feels now and his hopes of more representation within cricket. (Image: Azeem Rafiq and Mishal Husain)

Novara Media
TyskySour: The Scandal That Won't Go Away

Novara Media

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 17, 2021 65:40


In another desperate U-Turn Boris Johnson has accepted there should be a limit put on MP’s second jobs. His backbenchers aren’t best pleased. Will Johnson’s out-of-touch MPs lock in Westminster sleaze? With Michael Walker and Dalia Gebrial.

Politics Weekly
‘A coward not a leader': Politics Weekly podcast

Politics Weekly

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 17, 2021 26:01


As row over MPs' second jobs escalates, the Conservative party's sleaze scandal is not going away. Jessica Elgot and Rafael Behr assess how damaging this could get for the Tories. Plus: the Guardian's sketch writer John Crace on writing satire during a year of chaos in Westminster. Help support our independent journalism at theguardian.com/politicspod

History Hack
History Hack: Honourable Misfits with Marie Le Conte

History Hack

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 17, 2021 38:55


Marie Le Conte joins Boney and Zack to discuss some of the more unusual MPs in British history, from mavericks to conmen and everything in between.   But Marie's book, Honourable Misfits: A Brief History of Britain's Weirdest, Unluckiest and Most Outrageous MPs, at our Bookshop: https://uk.bookshop.org/a/6252/9781529349634   Buy our Merch! The History Hack Shop is Open! https://shop.historyhackpod.com/ Like the episode? Drop us a tip via Ko-Fi! https://ko-fi.com/historyhack Like the podcast, join the fun on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/historyhack    

Farming Today
17/11/21 - Pork staff shortages, lighting for fish, organic chicken and the CPTPP

Farming Today

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 17, 2021 13:26


The DEFRA Secretary, George Eustice, has faced questions from MPs about the staff shortages in the pork supply chain. He says there's only so much Government can do to help processors find staff, and businesses must "take some responsibility" for getting the staff they need. Young farmed fish like salmon and trout are often kept under 24 hour lights to make them grow faster. But new research by Bangor, Aberystwyth and Cardiff Universities suggests keeping young fish, known as fingerlings, under constant artificial light, can disrupt their immune systems and make them more susceptible to parasites. Food prices have been rising and now free-range egg producers are calling for a price hike to help cover the increased cost of inputs like feed, energy, and labour. This week, we're focusing on chickens, and it seems those producing chickens for meat are also feeling the squeeze of escalating input costs. We visit Capestone Organic Poultry in Pembrokeshire - one of the largest producers of organic chicken in the UK, processing 30,000 birds a week. The Government's been busy setting up several trade deals over the last year, not without some misgivings from the farming community. It's now set out how it is going to approach joining one of the big trading groups in the world, the CPTPP - the Comprehensive and Progressive Agreement for Trans-Pacific Partnership made up of 11 countries including Australia, Canada, Chile, Japan, Malaysia and Mexico. Unlike other agreements, the UK will be joining a trading arrangement which has already been set up by other countries, so will it have less say on any arrangements? Presented by Anna Hill Produced in Bristol for BBC Audio by Heather Simons

Official Prime Minister's Questions (PMQs) Podcast
Prime Minister's Questions - 17 November 2021

Official Prime Minister's Questions (PMQs) Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 17, 2021 36:31


The Prime Minister, Boris Johnson MP, took questions from MPs in the House of Commons on 17 November 2021. Want to find out more about what's happening in the House of Commons this week? Follow @HouseofCommons on Twitter, and @UKHouseofCommons on Facebook and Instagram for more.

Six O'Clock News
16/11/2021 The former Yorkshire cricketer, Azeem Rafiq, has told MPs that the scale of racism within English cricket is 'scary'

Six O'Clock News

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2021 30:42


The former Yorkshire cricketer, Azeem Rafiq, has told MPs that the scale of racism within English cricket is 'scary'. He said the way he'd been treated at the club was inhuman.

Coffee House Shots
What do the new lobbying rules mean for MPs?

Coffee House Shots

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2021 12:14


The Prime Minister has written to the Commons Speaker to propose new lobbying rules for MPs. While some may welcome the measure, like former PM Theresa May, who gave a blistering critique of the way the Owen Paterson affair was handled, others in his party might not be so happy. ‘The challenge for him is that it is going to worsen relations with a bit of the Parliamentary party that he already finds it difficult to deal with.' – James Forsyth  Max Jeffery sits down with James Forsyth and Katy Balls to discuss these possible changes and what they could mean for parliament. As well as looking at the issues of racism in cricket and the suspension of the Nord Stream 2 pipeline.  Subscribe to The Spectator today and get a £20 Amazon gift voucher: www.spectator.co.uk/voucher  And stay on top of all the day's news with our Evening Blend Newsletter: www.spectator.co.uk/blend 

The New Statesman Podcast
Why the corruption scandal feels like 1997, with Chris Bryant

The New Statesman Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2021 25:25


The Standards Committee chair Chris Bryant joins Anoosh Chakelian, Stephen Bush and Ailbhe Rea to discuss the ongoing fallout from the Owen Paterson lobbying scandal. They talk about whether the UK is a corrupt country, how the scandal could affect the reputation of all MPs and why this moment feels similar to the run-up to the 1997 general election. If you have a question for You Ask Us, send an email or a voice note to podcasts@newstatesman.co.uk See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Today in Focus
Azeem Rafiq's long battle to expose racism at Yorkshire cricket club

Today in Focus

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2021 31:53


When Azeem Rafiq went public with the claim that he had faced a series of racist incidents throughout his time at Yorkshire cricket club, the incidents he described were written off as ‘banter'. But that defence has crumbled – and now he is ready to give evidence to MPs. What will he reveal about his experiences of bigotry in cricket?. Help support our independent journalism at theguardian.com/infocus

Today in Parliament
15/11/2021

Today in Parliament

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2021 28:07


Susan Hulme reports on MPs' reflections on the Cop 26 climate summit.

Brexitcast
High Drama Sharma?

Brexitcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 11, 2021 29:46


Alok Sharma needs to turn up the drama to get COP where it needs to be, says Ed Miliband. Instead of ‘No Drama Sharma', the former Labour leader thinks the president of COP26 should go for ‘High Drama Sharma'. Political sleaze is also on the agenda as Laura K noses around Westminster to check which MPs are in the office. And Adam shares some (unscientific) analysis about whether Newscasters are more likely to listen when they are walking the dog or brushing their teeth. Today's Newscast was made by Danny Wittenberg and Ros Jones. The assistant editor is Alison Gee. The editor is Jonathan Aspinwall.

Woman's Hour
Noor Inayat Khan: secret agent; Female MPs, Parliamentary standards & second jobs; Tim Stanley; Toxic relationships;

Woman's Hour

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 11, 2021 57:39


With the latest on the row over standards in public life – and the activities of MPs in particular. Is there a reason why there are more men in the line of fire than women? We hear from former Conservative MP Anna Soubry and Dr Hannah White, Deputy Director at the Institute for Government. 'Whatever Happened to Tradition?' is a book by Daily Telegraph journalist Tim Stanley. He argues that the Western tradition is anti-tradition, that we have a dangerous habit of discarding old ways and old knowledge. Sometimes, he argues, we used to do things better and we ignore this at our peril. Emma talks to Tim about his views on family, feminism, culture, sexuality, gender relations and more. When you look back over your relationships do you see patterns? Today the story of a woman we are calling Katy who feels that her earliest experiences shaped what she looked for and needed from her partners. During World War Two, hundreds of women served as agents in the Special Operations Executive, a branch of military intelligence which specialised in espionage and sabotage behind enemy lines. We're joined by history teacher Shalina Patel to tell their remarkable stories, and to look at how they are commemorated today. Presenter: Emma Barnett Producer: Kirsty Starkey Interviewed Guest: Anna Soubry Interviewed Guest: Hannah White Interviewed Guest: Tim Stanley Interviewed Guest: Shalina Patel

Marketing School - Digital Marketing and Online Marketing Tips
Why Eric is Choosing to Focus On This One Thing for November #1908

Marketing School - Digital Marketing and Online Marketing Tips

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 6, 2021 5:09


In episode #1908, we talk about the one thing that your host, Eric Siu, is choosing to focus on for the rest of the year: culture, community, and communication! Eric believes that these three C's are the glue that holds a company together and in today's episode, he shares his advice and some helpful resources for hiring the right people to build and maintain company culture and the different ways in which you can measure success. Tune in today to learn more! TIME-STAMPED SHOW NOTES: [00:20] Today's topic: Why Eric is Choosing to Focus on This One Thing for November. [00:39] The three C's that hold a company together: culture, community, and communication [01:50] Why you have to hire the right people to build and maintain company culture. [02:19] How to measure success; keeping non-regrettable employee loss below 10 percent and scoring high on employee MPS surveys. [03:20] Eric's advice: study top CEOs and read Let My People Go Surfing. [04:03] That's it for today! [04:27] To stay updated with events and learn more about our mastermind, go to the Marketing School site for more information or call us on 310-349-3785! Links Mentioned in Today's Episode:   15Five Continuous Performance Management Software   Let My People Go Surfing   To grow your business faster, check out our 5-Step Blueprint To Starting Your Dream Online Business: marketingschool.io/training Subscribe to our premium podcast (with tons of goodies!): marketingschool.io/pro   Leave Some Feedback:     What should we talk about next? Please let us know in the comments below Did you enjoy this episode? If so, please leave a short review.     Connect with Us:      Neilpatel.com Quick Sprout  Growth Everywhere Single Grain Twitter @neilpatel  Twitter @ericosiu