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This Week in Parliament is the series where we discuss what's been going on in the Houses of Parliament. This week the Commons debated the Government's decision to continue arms sales to Saudi Arabia while cutting aid to Yemen; a discussion about COVID's impact on the arts; and an update on the Parliamentary Broadcast Unit.…
In today’s Daily Briefing, we discuss the continued fallout from the 2020 Belarusian Presidential Election, Cyrpiot tourism updates, the controversy about NHS worker pay increases, and an update about the Daily Briefing itself. Patreon: https://patreon.com/tldrnews PayPal: https://tldrnews.co.uk/funding Morning Briefing (Paid): https://www.getrevue…
In todays Daily Briefing, we discuss a knife attack in Sweden; the impact of coronavirus deaths; and the new Amazon fresh store.
Friday March 5, 2021 Biden's Surgeon General Nominee Made $2 Million in Corporate SpeechesBy Russell Mokhiber
Thursday March 4, 2021 Philips to Pay $11.6 Million to Settle Brazil Bribery ChargeBy Russell Mokhiber
Wednesday March 3, 2021 United Airlines to Pay $49 Million to Settle Criminal Fraud ChargesBy Russell Mokhiber
Tuesday March 2, 2021 Sarkozy Found Guilty of CorruptionBy Russell Mokhiber
Monday March 1, 2021 Monsanto US Officials Pressured Mexico to Drop Glyphosate BanBy Russell Mokhiber
In today’s Daily Briefing, we discuss the budget, the US vaccination program, and the billionaire trying to find crewmates on his trip around the moon.
In today’s Daily Briefing, we discuss a volcanic eruption in Indonesia, the outcome of a trial of a former French President, and an expenses scandal in the UK.
In today’s Daily Briefing, we discuss the news about the Brazilian variant of coronavirus; the potential for a Trump 2024 presidency; and giving cannabis to prison inmates. Patreon: https://patreon.com/tldrnews
In today’s Daily Briefing, we discuss Biden’s first military action; the UK’s vaccine priority list; and an intervention from Her Majesty the Queen. Morning Briefing (Paid): https://www.getrevue.co/profile/tldrnews/members Morning Briefing (Free): https://www.getrevue.co/profile/tldrnews
In today's Daily Briefing, we discuss former Chancellor Philip Hammond's attack on the government; Facebook and Instagram's ban on the Myanmar military; rules about mask wearing in schools; and our YouTube drama with Dutch news. Global Summary: https://youtu.be/lPWtu_RL_3E TLDR Global: https://www.youtube.com/tldrglobal…
In today’s episode of the Daily Briefing, we discuss the first delivery as part of the Covax scheme; the crimes against humanity charge levied against a former Syrian official; an MP told off for not adhering to the dress code; and TLDR News’ television debut.
Wednesday February 24, 2021 Pilgrim's Pride Pleads Guilty to Pay $107 Million FineBy Russell Mokhiber
Friday February 26, 2021 Why the Innocent Plead Guilty and the Guilty Go FreeBy Russell Mokhiber
Thursday February 25, 2021 Boeing 777’s Midair Malfunction Puts Focus on Engine CoverBy Russell Mokhiber
Tuesday February 23, 2021 UK Court Rules Uber Drivers are EmployeesBy Russell Mokhiber
Monday February 22, 2021 How One Employer Stuck a New Mom With an $898,984 Bill for Her Premature BabyBy Russell Mokhiber
In today’s episode of the Daily Briefing, we discuss the arrest of a drug lord’s wife; a reversal of the Australian Facebook news ban; and the World Cup deaths in Qatar.
In today’s episode of the Daily Briefing, we discuss Johnson's latest speech to the commons laying out the plan to end England's lockdown. We also discuss Hancock's COVID law-breaking, the Boeing engine fires which grounded over a hundred planes & the true cost of Texas' storm
In today’s episode of the Daily Briefing, we discuss the Texan storm; Tony Blair’s coronavirus roadmap; and the landmark Supreme Court case about the employment rights of Uber drivers. Daily Briefing Survey: https://forms.gle/b1fDXw3HwzP2hQHb9
In today’s Daily Briefing, we discuss the drama about news on Facebook in Australia; Sir. Keir Starmer’s online speech; and the Mars rover landing.
In today’s Daily Briefing, we discuss Princess Latifa’s imprisonment in Dubai, Taiwan’s ‘humour over rumours’ policy for misinformation, and the debate about vaccine passports in the UK.
In today’s Daily Briefing, we discuss the missiles that struck a US airbase in Iraq; Dominic Cummings being criticised for, allegedly, giving his friends government contracts; and North Korea trying to steal the Pfizer vaccine from South Korea.
Friday February 19, 2021 John Coffee Calls Boeing Criminal Settlement One of the WorstBy Russell Mokhiber
Thursday February 18, 2021 Elon Musk Weighs in on Federal Regulation of AI and Auto SafetyBy Russell Mokhiber
Wednesday February 17, 2021 Cuomo Aide Admits They Hid Nursing Home Death Toll DataBy Russell Mokhiber
Tuesday February 16, 2021 America's Worst Industrial DisasterBy Russell Mokhiber
Monday February 15, 2021 Investigative Journalist James Ridgeway Dies at 84By Russell Mokhiber
In today’s episode of the Daily Briefing, we discuss the political drama surrounding the end of the UK lockdown; updates on the Myanmar coup; and an ancient Egyptian beer factory.
Friday February 12, 2021 Appalachian Trail Conservancy Takes $19.5 Million from Pipeline Company by Russell MokhiberBy Russell Mokhiber
Thursday February 11, 2021 David Courtwright on the Age of Addiction: How Bad Habits Become Big BusinessBy Russell Mokhiber
Wednesday February 10, 2021 Vale Mining to Pay $7 Billion for Brazil Mine CollapseBy Russell Mokhiber
Tuesday February 9, 202 Toxic Heavy Metals in Top Baby FoodsBy Russell Mokhiber
Monday February 8, 2021 Some Vaccine Recipients Developing Rare Blood DisorderBy Russell Mokhiber
Unfortunately, due to our editor being ill, we have had to stop producing the Daily Briefing for a few days. Instead, we have uploaded the Global Summary today - which is included in this podcast. Watch the Global Summary on YouTube: https://youtu.be/XHxRh8OaDD0 Complete the Daily Briefing survey: https://forms.gle/b1fDXw3HwzP2hQHb9…
In today’s Daily Briefing, we discuss the controversy surrounding the Queen’s lobbying; the speculation about an “excessive profits tax”; and the Super Bowl 55.
In today’s episode of the Daily Briefing, we discuss the conspiracy-touting US Congresswoman who has been removed from two committees; the Danish energy island; and the parish council zoom meeting that has gone viral. TLDR News US - youtube.com/tldrnewsus QAnon Explained - youtube.com/watch?v=m9F3ayPoDIA Majorie Taylor Greene Explained - youtube.co…
In today’s episode of the Daily Briefing, we discuss the updates in the ongoing Myanmar coup story; the new rules surrounding minister’s maternity pay; and the transport secretaries’ comments about smart motorways.
In today’s episode of the Daily Briefing, we discuss the Russian opposition leader, Alexei Navalny, being sent to prison; the film that informed the government’s coronavirus vaccine policy; and the news about the prominence of cheaters in Warzone. YouTube: https://youtube.com/tldrdaily Newsletter: https://tldrnews.co.uk/daily TikTok: https://www.ti…
Friday February 5, 2021 Yellen Made Millions in Corporate SpeechesBy Russell Mokhiber
Thursday February 4, 2021 Tesla Recalls 135,000 VehiclesBy Russell Mokhiber
Wednesday February 3, 2021 Grindr Fined $11.7 MillionBy Russell Mokhiber
Tuesday February 2, 2021 Google to Pay $3.8 Million to Settle Labor CaseBy Russell Mokhiber
Monday February 1, 2021 Rich Hospitals Profit From Patients in Car CrashesBy Russell Mokhiber
In today’s episode of the Daily Briefing, we discuss Marine LePen’s rise in the polls; the Brexit Border Suspension; and how the UK is dealing with the South African variant of coronavirus. Subscribe to TLDR News Global: https://youtube.com/tldrglobal Watch the Global Summary: https://youtu.be/8wxUe3V54_M…
In today’s episode of the Daily Briefing, we discuss the military coup in Myanmar; Ivanka Trump banning the secret service from using her toilets; and the sad news that Captain Sir Tom Moore tested positive for COVID-19.
In today's episode of the Daily Briefing, we discuss the Chinese government making threats towards Taiwan; the closure of the stock market; and a tunnel protest about HS2. TLDR News US - https://youtube.com/tldrnewsus Gamestop Stocks Video - https://youtu.be/sH_F7mQIM0M
In today’s episode of the Daily Briefing, we discuss the bill presented to the US Congress proposing that Washington D.C. becomes the 51st state in the union; rumoured plans to relax the UK COVID lockdown; and Johnson's controversial visit to Scotland TLDR US: https://youtube.com/tldrnewsus Statehood: https://youtu.be/_SihVsNVK2E…