Mike Robinson, Vanessa Beeley and Ben Rubin with today's UK Column News.
Andrew Bridgen Pleads For An Investigation On Excess Deaths (Receives Cheers From The Gallery)
00:23 Andrew Bridgen (on X):
Today is the day of the first debate in a Parliament anywhere in the world on the subject of excess deaths. Please tune in to the debate this afternoon or, if you can, come down to the House of Commons and watch from the Public Gallery.
Response letter from Jacob Rees-Mogg MP
Response letter from Sheryll Murray MP
Health Advisory And Recovery Team (HART): Joint Letter from HART, DfPUK and UKMFA
Stop The Warmongering!
05:32 Sky News: PM to meet Netanyahu in Israel; Sunak says UK intelligence looking into al Ahli blast
Sky News (YouTube): 'We want you to win', Sunak tells Netanyahu on Israel visit
GOV.UK: Foreign Secretary travels to Middle East to help prevent regional spread of conflict
GOV.UK: UK announces £10 million humanitarian aid for civilians in Occupied Palestinian Territories
The Washington Post: 300 arrested as Jewish protesters in D.C. demand Israel-Gaza cease-fire
War Crimes—Russia Called Nazi For Not Supporting Israel
13:53 UN Press: Security Council Fails to Adopt Resolution Calling for Humanitarian Pauses in Israel-Gaza Crisis on Account of Veto by United States
Mediaite: Israeli Ambassador Denies Gaza 'Humanitarian Crisis'
Yanis Varoufakis: List of war crimes and crimes qualifying as genocide committed by Israel in Gaza between 7th and 14th October 2023
United Nations: Gaza: UN experts decry bombing of hospitals and schools as crimes against humanity, call for prevention of genocide
RT International: Oldest Orthodox church in Gaza damaged by 'Israeli strike'
Al Jazeera: ‘A second Nakba’: Echoes of 1948, as Israel orders Palestinians to leave
CGTN: Over 3000 dead in latest Palestinian-Israeli conflict
Meagan Brown (on X):
Amir Weitmann, head of Israel's ruling Likud Party, promises revenge on Russia for insufficient support of Israel in an unhinged live RT interview
China Daily: Xi says win-win cooperation is sure way to success in launching major initiatives
UK Column Interview: Understanding Gaza, under fire and under siege
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AI In The UK
32:17 EY.ai: EY—Global
Ernst & Young: EY announces launch of artificial intelligence platform EY.ai following US$1.4bn investment
Management Consultancies Association: Is AI the start of the truly creative human?
GOV.UK: AI Safety Summit 2023
Anna Gross (on X):
China is planning to attend both days of the UK’s summit on AI at Bletchley Park next month
GOV.UK: David Knott, Chief Technology Officer for UK Government, CDDO
CNBC: Moderna teams up with IBM to put A.I., quantum computing to work on mRNA technology used in vaccines
Financial Times: Deloitte UK plans to axe 150 graduate consulting jobs
Bankers Pushing Ahead For Digital Money
45:00 Deutsche Bundesbank: Digital euro: Eurosystem moves to the next phase
European Central Bank: Eurosystem proceeds to next phase of digital euro project
Singapore FinTech Festival (YouTube): The Case for New Digital Currency by Christine Lagarde
European Central Bank: Digital euro—stocktake
Peterson Institute for International Economics (YouTube): Discussion with Agustín Carstens on Central Bank Digital Currencies
Bank for International Settlements: Securing the future monetary system
Gaza—The Local Response
50:24 Al Mayadeen English: Explosions heard at US military sites in Iraq, Syria
Reuters: US Navy warship near Yemen intercepted projectiles, Pentagon says
The Hill: McCaul preparing authorization of military force against Hamas, Iran proxies
Peter Thiel Was An FBI Informant
55:20 Unlimited Hangout: How Peter Thiel-Linked Tech is Fueling the Ukraine War
Yahoo News: Exclusive: Tech billionaire Peter Thiel was an FBI informant
Closed Petition To Stop The WHO Ignored By Parliament
1:00:10 Dr Tess Lawrie (on X):
We only have until 1st December to reject the IHR amendments adopted last year. Are they trying to delay the debate so that it's too late?
Closed petition: Hold a parliamentary vote on whether to reject amendments to the IHR 2005