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It’s thirty years since so-called cold wars. The relations between London and Reykjavik are almost frosty now, as they were advent with the Prime Minister using the most undiplomatic of language and threatening to sue the government of Iceland.

 

We believe nothing everybody in// whole will agree. the Iceland authorities are responsible for this. We’ll do what we can working with local authorities to help. And I think we as government doing the responsible thing. We are holding Iceland authorities to responsible with the demanding the money be paid the bank to local authorities.

 

So is it a legal action?

 

And we are prepared to consider all forms of action including as we did attempting to end freezing assets.

 

The problem is that is not only Iceland banks of crashed. Yesterday the British government used the anti-terror laws to freeze the assets of those banks. But now the Icelandic government is in fact defaulting. Totally unacceptable, says Golden Brown, threatening legal actions. Something Iceland prime minister is came to avoid.

 

The collection is something that is almost available. That’s the one way of civilizing, excuse me, it’s one way of settling these abuse, civilized manner, go to court. But I don’t know, we are opening a planning to try to dissolve this issue in good cooperation with UK authorities.

 

More than a hundred local authorities placed large sums of money on deposits with ice lending banks. The total amount is hundreds of millions and could be as much as a billion pounds. That money is needed to revive the goods and services run by local councils. The local authority leaders say they can’t guarantee those goods and services unless they get their money back.

 

Until we actually look to the implications, for each local authority, the some are very large and it would be a small amount in the total contents so the budget as this it would be much greater impact. So we still have to assess that fully.

 

Unvent there are other police authorities who also invested in Icelandic banks, but now stands to lose the best part of one hundred million pounds.

 

The governments now in abroad is in the huge raw with the government of Iceland. But when minister say that doing what they can to help local councils retrieve those missing millions. They’re also asking question, one of us, have you been doing with checks bear’s money. The council replied we’ve invested in banks where we thought were safe.

 

But safe they will not. And Golden Brown is making it a crystal clear that he expects the government of Iceland to underwrite the gets of its banks and to pay up.

 

 

it's 30 years since the so-called court wars .the relations between London and recvic's as almost frosted now as they were then.with the prime minister using the most undiplomatic language and threatened to sue the iceland government .we believe the icelandic government are responsible for this .we're doing what we can working with local government to help,i think we as a government are doing a responsible thing.we're holding the icelandic authority responsible.we're demanding the money be paid back to the local authority.legal action .we're prepared to consider all forms of actions ,including as we did attempting a two ,uhm freezing assets.the problem is that not only iceland's banks've crashed.yesterday the British government used anti-terror laws to freeze the assets of those banks.but now the icelandic government is in effect defaulting .totally unacceptable ,said MR Gordan Brown ,threatening legal action ,something icelandic prime minister is keen to avoid.the legal action is something that was available there's one way of setting dispute in a civilized manner,going to court ,but i don't know we're working out a plan to try to resolve this issue,in good coperation with UK authority.more than 100 local authorities placed large sums of money on deposit with icelandic banks.the total amount is hundred of millions ,could be as much as a billion pounds.that money is needed to provide the goods and service ran by local councils ,the local authority leaders said that they cann't guarantte those goods and service unless they get their money back.until we actually look into the implication for each local authority,some of them are very large ,it will be a small amount in the total of their budget,there will be a much great impact .we still haven't assesed that fullly .then there are other police authority who're also invested in icelandic banks and now stand to lose the best part of 100 million pounds.the government now embroid a huge row with the government of iceland .while ministers said they're doing what they can to help the local counciles to retreat those missing millions,there're also asking question what on earth have been doing with cheque spell's money.the counciles replied "we're invested in banks that we thought were safe.but safe ,there were not ,Gordan Brown is making it crystal-clear that they's expected the government of iceland to underwrite the debts of his banks and to pay up .glen sky news.
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Homework: It is thirty years since the so called Cold Wars ,the relations between London and Reykjavik are almost defrosted now as they were then. With the prime minister using the most undiplomatic language and threatening to sue the government of Iceland. We believe and I think you get to believe that the Iceland authorities are responsible for this we will do what we can working with the local authorities to help .and I think ** government are doing the responsible thing we are holding their stand with demand the money be paid back to the local authority (*** legal action?) We are prepared to consider all forms of actions including as we did attempting to freeze the assets . The problem is that it is not only iceland banks has crashed , yesterday the government used anti-terror laws to freeze the assets of those banks . but now the Iceland government is in effect , defaulting .Totally un-acceptable, said golden brown, Threatening legal action, something Iceland Prime minister is keen to avoid . Legal action is something that is always available . that’s one way of civilizing ,excuse me ,it is one way of accessing the abuse of civilizing manner. according to the court But I don’t know we are hoping planning to try to solve this issue ,include cooperation with the UK authorities . More than 100 local authorities place large amount sums of money on deposit within Iceland banks ,the total amount is 100 million ,could be as much as a billion pounds .that money is needed to provide goods and services run by local councils ,the local authority leader say they can’t guarantee these goods and services unless they get their money back . Until we actually look the implications, for rich , local authority the sum are very large and it will be a mall mount in the total compact so they budget others it will be a much great impact so we still don’t access that fully And then the other place authorities who also invested in Iceland banks .and now stands lose of the best part are 100 million pounds. The government is now *** a huge vow with the government of Iceland , but well the minister say they are doing what they can to help local councils to *** those missing millions. There are also *** question ,what are they doing with checks-out money .the councils reply ,we investigate in the banks and we thought they were safe. But safe ? they were not . and golden brown is making a crystal clear , he expect the government of Iceland to underwrite the debts of its banks ,and to pay up . ******** sky news.
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It’s 30 years since the so-called Court Wars, the relations between London and Reykjavik are almost as frosted now as they were then, with the prime minister using the most undiplomatic of language of threatening to sue the government of Iceland’s.


We believe that nothing * home degree that the Icelandic authorities are responsible for this. We’ll do what we can, working with local authorities to help. And I think we is the government are doing the responsible thing, we are holding the Icelandic authorities responsible with demanding that the money be paid back to the local authorities. (Through Legal action?) And we are prepared to consider all forms of action including as we did, attempting to, and freezing assets.


The problem is that is not only Iceland’s banks that have crushed. Yesterday, the British government used anti-terror laws to freeze the assets of those banks. But now, the Icelandic government is in fact defaulting. “Totally unacceptable!” says Gordon Brown, threatening legal action something Iceland’s prime minister is keen to avoid.


Legal action is something that is almost available. It’s one way of civilizing, excuse me, it’s one way of obsessing this disputes in a civilized manner, go to courts, but I don’t know we’re…we’re hoping and planning to try to resolve this issue in good cooperation with the UK authorities.


More than a hundred local authorities placed large sums of money on deposit with Icelandic banks. The total amount is hundreds of millions and could be as much as a billion pounds. That money is needed to revive the goods and services run by local councils. The local authority leaders say they can’t guarantee those goods and services unless they get their money back.


Until we’ve actually look to the implications, for each local authority, the sum are very large and there will be a small mounting in the total count of the budget; others, there will be a much retreat pattern. We still haven’t assessed that fully...


And then there are the police authorities, who also invested in Icelandic banks are now stands to lose the best parts of 100 million pounds.


The government’s now in a broad and a huge row with the government of Iceland. But while ministers say they’re doing what they can to help local councils retrieve those missing millions, they are also asking questions what on earth have you been doing with tax payers’ money. The councils reply “we invested it in banks that we thought were safe.”

 

But safe? They were not. And Gordon Brown is making it crystal clear that he expects the government of Iceland to underwrite the debts of its banks and to pay up.


Glen Oglaza, Sky News.

 

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It’s 30 years since the so-called Cod Wars, the relations between London and Reykjavik are almost as frosty now as they were then, with the prime minister using the most undiplomatic of language of threatening to sue the government of Iceland’s.


We believe that nothing * home degree that the Icelandic authorities are responsible for this. We’ll do what we can, working with local authorities to help. And I think we, as the government are doing the responsible thing, we are holding the Icelandic authorities responsible; we’re demanding that the money be paid back to the local authorities. (Through Legal action?) And we are prepared to consider all forms of action including as we did, attempting to, and freezing assets.


The problem is that is not only
Iceland’s banks that have crashed. Yesterday, the British government used anti-terror laws to freeze the assets of those banks. But now, the Icelandic government is in fact defaulting. “Totally unacceptable!” says Gordon Brown, threatening legal action something Iceland’s prime minister is keen to avoid.


Legal action is something that is almost available. It’s one way of civilizing, excuse me, it’s one way of settling this disputes in a civilized manner, go to courts, but I don’t know we’re…we’re hoping and planning to try to resolve this issue in good cooperation with the
UK authorities.


More than a hundred local authorities placed large sums of money on deposit with Icelandic banks. The total amount is hundreds of millions and could be as much as a billion pounds. That money is needed to revive the goods and services run by local councils. The local authority leaders say they can’t guarantee those goods and services unless they get their money back.


Until we’ve actually look to the implications, for each local authority, the sum are very large and it will be a small amount in the total context of the budget; it will be a much greater impact. We still haven’t assessed that fully...


And then there are the police authorities, who also invested in Icelandic banks are now stands to lose the best parts of 100 million pounds.


The government now explores huge row with the government of
Iceland. But while ministers say they’re doing what they can to help local councils retrieve those missing millions, they are also asking questions what on earth have you been doing with tax payers’ money. The councils reply “we invested it in banks that we thought were safe.”

 

But safe? They were not. And Gordon Brown is making it crystal clear that he expects the government of Iceland to underwrite the debts of its banks and to pay up.


Glen Oglaza, Sky News.

 

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It’s 30 years since the so-called Court Wars. The relations between London and Reikjavik are almost defrosted now as they were then with the prime minister using the most undiplomatic of language on threatening to sue the government of Iceland.

 

We believe nothing gets ~that the Icelandic authorities are responsible for this. We’ll do what we can working with the local authorities to help. And I think we as the government are doing the responsible thing. We are holding the Icelandic authorities responsible with  demanding the money be paid back to the local authorities and we are prepare to consider all forms of action including as we did, attempting to and ah...freeze assets.

 

The problem is that it’s not only Iceland’s banks that had crashed. Yesterday, the British government used anti-terror laws to freeze assets of those banks. But now, the Icelandic government is in fact defaulting. Totally unacceptable, says Gordon Brown, threatening legal action. Something Icelandic prime minister is keen to avoid.

 

"Legal action is something that is almost available. It’s one way of civilizing, excuse me, it’s one way of setting disabuse civilized money.Go to court. But, ah…I don’t know we’re…we’re working a plan to… to try to avoid this issue in good cooperation with the UK authorities.

 

More than a hundred local authorities placed large sounds of money on deposit with Icelandic banks. The total amount is hundreds of millions and could be as much as a billion pounds. That money is needed to revive the goods and services run by local councils. The local authority leaders say they can’t guarantee those goods and services unless they get their money back.

 

Until we actually look into the implications for rich local authority. For some they are very large and there will be a small amount in the total context of the budget. There must be a much greater impact . We still have to say that’s fully...

 

And then there are some police authorities, who also invested in Icelandic banks and now stands to loose the best parts of 100 million pounds.

 

The government’s now in broad and huge raw with the government of Iceland. But while minister saying they’re doing what they can to help local councils retreat those missing millions. They are also asking question what on earth have you been doing with tax bearer’s money. The councils reply we invested in banks that we thought were safe. But safe they were not and Gordon Brown is making it crystal clear that he expects the government of Iceland to underwrite the debts of its banks and to pay up.
Glen Oglaza, Sky News.

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It is thirty years since so called ‘cold-wars’, but relation between London and Reykjavik is almost as frosty now as they were then with the Prime Minister using the most undiplomatic language and threatening to sue the government of Iceland.

 

We believe, ///// whole degrees the Iceland authority are responsible for this. We will do what we can with local authorities to help. I think we are the government is doing responsible thing. We are holding Iceland authority is responsible. We are demanding the money be paid by bank to local authority.

 

Is there any legal action?

 

We are prepared to consider all forms of action, including as we did – attempting to freezing assets.

 

The problem is that not only Iceland’s banks that have crushed. Yesterday, the British government used anti-terror laws to freeze the assets of those banks. But now, the Icelandic government is not effect defaulting. Totally unacceptable said Gordon Brown. Threatening legal action, something Iceland’s Prime Minister is keen to avoid.

 

The legal action is something always available. It is one way of setting disputes in civilized money. Go to courts. I don’t know. We are hoping to a planning to try to resolve this issue in the coeoperation with the UK authorities.

 

More than a hundred local authorities placed large sums of money on deposit with Icelandic banks. The total amount is hundreds of millions, and could be as much as a billion pounds. That money is needed to provide the goods and service run by local councils. The local authority leaders say they can’t guarantee these goods and services unless they get their money back.

 

Until we actually look the implication, for each local authority, the sums are very large and there will be small amount in the total context of the budgets. It will be much greater impact. We have not assessed that fully but…

 

And then, some other police authorities are also invested in Icelandic banks and now stand to loss the best of one hundred million pounds.

 

The government is now in a broad and a huge row with the government of Iceland. But while minister say they are doing what they can to help local council retrace the missing millions, they also are asking question what on earth you are doing with the taxpayer’s money. The councils reply we invested in banks that we though were safe. But safe they were not. And Gordon Brown is making it crystal clear that he expects the government of Iceland to underwrite the debts of its banks and to pay up

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It’s 30 years since the so-called Court Wars, the relations between London and Reykjavik are almost as frosted now as they were then, with the prime minister using the most undiplomatic language and threatening to sue the government of Iceland.


We believe that, i think , at least everybody at home will agree that the Icelandic authorities are responsible for this. We’ll do what we can, working with local authorities to help. And I think we as the government are doing the responsible things, we are holding the Icelandic authorities responsible with demanding that the money be paid back to the local authorities. (? Legal action?) And we are prepared to consider all forms of action including as we did, attempting to, and freezing assets.


The problem is that it’s not only Iceland’s banks that have crushed. Yesterday, the British government used anti-terror laws to freeze the assets of those banks. But now, the Icelandic government is in fact defaulting. “Totally unacceptable!”, says Gordon Brown, threatening legal action something Iceland’s prime minister is keen to avoid.


Legal action is something that is always available. It’s one way of civilizing, excuse me, it’s one way of accepting this abuse in a civilized manner, go to courts, but I don’t know we’re…we’re hoping and planning to try to resolve this issue in good cooperation with the UK authorities.


More than a hundred local authorities placed large sums of money on deposit with Icelandic banks. The total amount is hundreds of millions and could be as much as a billion pounds. That money is needed to revive the goods and services run by local councils. The local authority leaders say they can’t guarantee those goods and services unless they get their money back.


Until we’ve actually look to the implications, for each local authority, that some[跟后面other呼应?]is very large and there will be a small amount in the total context of the budget; others, there will be a much retreat pattern. We still haven’t assessed that fully...


And then there are the police authorities, who also invested in Icelandic banks and now stands to lose the best part of 100 million pounds.


The government’s now embroiled in  a huge row with the governments of Iceland. But while ministers say they’re doing what they can to help local councils retrieve those missing millions, they are also asking questions what on earth you have been doing with tax payers’ money. The councils reply “we invested in banks that we thought were safe.”

 

But safe? They were not. And Gordon Brown is making it crystal clear that he expects the government of Iceland to underwrite the debts of its banks and to pay up.


Glen Oglaza, Sky News.

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It's 30 years since the so-called Cod Wars Where the relations between London and Reykjavik are almost as frosty now as they were then, with the prime minister using the most undiplomatic of language and threatening to sue the government of Iceland. We believe that, and I think everybody at least get home(get home中肯地)would agree that the Icelandic authorities are responsible for this. We'll do what we can, working with local authorities to help. And I think we, as the government, are doing the responsible thing. We are holding the Icelandic authorities responsible with demanding that the money be paid back to the local authorities. (Through Legal action?) And we are prepared to consider all forms of action including as we did, attempting to, and freezing assets. The problem is that it's not only Iceland's banks that have crashed. Yesterday, the British government used anti-terror laws to freeze the assets of those banks. But now, the Icelandic government is in fact defaulting. "Totally unacceptable!", says Gordon Brown, threatening legal action something Iceland's prime minister is keen to avoid. Legal action is something that is always available. That's one way of civilizing, excuse me, it's one way of setting disputes in a civilized manner, go to courts, but I don't know we're...we're hoping and planning to try to resolve this issue in good cooperation with the UK authorities. More than a hundred local authorities placed large sums of money on deposit with Icelandic banks. The total amount is hundreds of millions and could be as much as a billion pounds. That money is needed to revive the goods and services run by local councils. The local authority leaders say they can't guarantee those goods and services unless they get their money back. Until we've actually looked to the implications, for each local authority, the sum is very large and it will be a small amount in the total context of the budget; others, it will be a much greater impact. We still haven't assessed that fully... And then there are the police authorities, he also invested in Icelandic banks and now stands to lose the best part of 100 million pounds. The government's now embroiled in a huge row with the governments of Iceland. But while ministers say they're doing what they can to help local councils retrieve those missing millions, they are also asking question what on earth you have been doing with tax payers' money. The councils reply "we invested in banks that we thought were safe." But safe? They were not. And Gordon Brown is making it crystal clear that he expects the government of Iceland to underwrite the debts of its banks and to pay up. Glen Nicolasisd(不太确定啊) , Sky News. 新手上路,不知如何标红,故用笑脸娃娃代替,笑脸中间即为改动处,请各位多多指教~
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