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Cameron urges 'course correction' by West after Brexit vote and Trump win


The ex-PM says "populism" cost him his job but defends holding the EU referendum as Europe had "poisoned" UK politics for decades.

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[Homework]2016-12-10 英国前首相卡梅伦敦促特朗普,听我的不会错太多

Do I think the Brexit encourages other countries to leave the European Union? What is European politicians direct questions to find those very hot? Normally in the middle of the week I would be a prime minister of questions and I could be pretty *** you've seen on your television set. But I'll try to give you direct talks this one which is I think the answer to that is no. I think we'll go see elections in France, go see elections in Poland, and we just had this referendum in Italy. And of course other countries have their concerns with the European Union, particularly, as I said, with the euro, the currency the west will work in. But I think Britain particularly never allowed, as I said in my speech, never allows the institutions of European Union. Even those who wanted to remain certainly felt though a fetch for the way the organisation worked. We knew we needed to be there for trade and corporation working together. But the affection for this institution, particularly as Britain, has had some successful independent history where our own institutions simply wasn't there. So I would say that thinking France I will guess that *** will hopefully win the election. I will guess that whatever happens in Hollywood, they will ultimately defeat majority today inside the European Union. As I said in my speech I think the question, a really debatable question is what happens to the future of the euro. Because I think ***. We've had no growth for too long. And they will stop to question in the way the currency works and where it's working and its interests. People will talk and write about the Brexit referendum, about the decision, about the whole referendum, about the conduct to that referendum, about the outcome of the referendum. I'm sure for many years to come, I would simply say this that I believed and still believe that the fact that we haven't had a referendum on this issue for 14 years despite the fact that the European Union was changing, changing and changing, was actually beginning to poison British politics. It was certainly poisoning in my own party. And I think more broadly people felt, what we've been promised by my friend, they haven't been delivered. And people were beginning to feel very frustrated about this issue. And in the end, Britain has to decide. Do we want to be inside this organisation? But ***. Or do we want to be outside this organisation by cooperating with it in ways that honor our mutual advantage. Britain has made its choice. I believe that choice will be carried through. And you guessed right, it is carried through. And yes, there will be difficulties along the way because it's a big change. But ultimately it can be made to work. And the last what I'll say is simply this: if one of the problems, you know world today, as we're trying, as I argued in my speech, build the globalization that works for all our countries and all our people, as we do that, we have to listen to what those people want and people do want a say on these issues.
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With highest leave vote in the country, this is Britain’s Brexit capital.
//, free //
And the people of Boston know why.
Immigration.
Emigration.
Emigration, definitely.
Immigration.
For immigration.
Those views are hardly surprise on the last count of 13 percent of people living in this town of foreign abroad. Last year, more foreigners came here than left, then some businesses 95% of the work force are the Europeans. When somebody tell me this town has become unrecognizable, many of the migrants are now vital parts of our communities. They work in MHS, in our shops, in our fields. So what happens if they leave?
Here is the European, European market shop center.
Here are west street the mystery culture is playing to see. But // is elected the community leader since Brexit many EU residents are thinking of moving out of the UK.
There are roughly about 30 % European people are living and working in Boston area. And they hang on in the shops as we are liking in the West streets // to have more// shops that means if people leave their EU shops one by one before they are on their will.
The // is one of the areas which could be seriously impact of the EU migrants’ leave. 339 work for the trust of runs of the hospital while 25 European doctors were brought over to make up for lack of local GPs. You see this county much like the UK is frequently faced with start shortages. Union say nearly 300 nurses and midwives alone and EU workers are indispensable.
Well, reality it is 33000 EU nurses currently are working cross and //the UK and 330 out work in this organization. I don’t think any organization could sustain such loss in one hit and cooperate it and so on. I don’t think they would cooperate with the // and //
But in the fields surrounding Boston and cross the Linconshere that you see the real impact of  EU migrants, whereas a few hundred employed in the hospitals is estimated to 20,000-30,000 work in agriculture. // has been selling flowers for more than 30 years and over 2 of her stuffs are European. She said, she can’t rely on British labor.
So basically they just don’t want to. We lost the work as // and of people wanting this sort of work.
What would happen then if your EU workers are just decided to leave if Brexit all and they have to go.
We would finish virtually organized as would many other industries in this area.
But Buckinham are many taking a different view and sees Brexit as an opportunity for locals.
Basically, the British system would be there. This // more businesses, recruiting from locals.
Why an British people who currently unemploys them doing their jobs?
They could like them. That’s playing battles at home. And because i think all the people here would get through it.
Why would they have to change?
No, no. They don’t have to change. Because the job would be vacant.and they would have no excuse.
It may have had the highest leave vote but in reality, it will be several years until we know the truth and impact of that decision. Who would take home with the shops that the Europeans go. Who will fill those jobs. Whatever happens is highly likely that the communities like this one we should have been so transformed by a closer ties to Europe. Or also be the most changed when that’s settled.
// sky news in Boston.
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Do I think the Brexit will encourage other countries to leave the European Union? Would European politicians hate direct questions that they find were very hard? Normally in the middle of the week I would have been the prime minister of those questions and I could have been pretty grueling as I’m so sure you've seen on your television set. But I'll try to give you direct answers on this one, which is I think the answer to that is “No”.

I think we'll go see elections in France, go see elections in Poland, and we just had this referendum in Italy. And of course other countries have their concerns with the European Union, particularly, as I said, with the euro, the currency the west will work in. But I think Britain particularly never allowed, as I said in my speech, never allowed the institutions of European Union -- even those who wanted to remain certainly felt though affection for the way this organization worked. We knew we needed to be there for trade and corporation and working together, but the affection for this institution, particularly as Britain, has had such successful independent history where our own institutions simply wasn't there. So I would say that when thinking France I will guess that Marine Le Pen won’t win the election. I will guess that whatever happens in Holland, there will be ultimately majority for staying inside the European Union. As I said in my speech I think the question, a really debatable question is what happens to the future of the euro. Because I think that does count, as some countries think. We've had no growth for too long. And they will stop to question in the way the currency works and where it's working and its interests.

People will talk and write about the Brexit referendum, about the decision, about the whole referendum, about the conduct to that referendum, about the outcome of that referendum. I'm sure for many years to come, I would simply say this that I believed and still believe that the fact that we haven't had a referendum on this issue for 14 years despite the fact that the European Union was changing, changing and changing, was actually beginning to poison British politics. It was certainly poisoning politics in my own party. And I think more broadly than people felt. What have been poisoned, my friend, they haven't been delivered. And people will begin to feel very frustrated about this issue. At the end, Britain has to decide. Do we want to be inside this organization but out of some of its parts, or do we want to be outside this organization, but cooperating with it in ways that honor our mutual advantage? Britain has made its choice. I believe that choice will be carried through. And yes, right, it is carried through. And yes, there will be difficulties along the way because it's a big change. But ultimately it can be made to work. And the last word I'll say is simply this: if one of the problems -- you know world today, as we're trying, as I argued in my speech, build the globalization that works for all our countries and all our people, as we do that, we have to listen to what those people want and people do want a say on these issues.
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[Homework]2016-12-10 英国前首相卡梅伦敦促特朗普,听我的不会错太多

Do I think the Brexit will encourage other countries to leave the European Union? Will you as politicians hating direct questions finally very hard? Normally .......and I could have been pretty grueling as...., which I think the answer to that too friendly.

I think we'll go see elections in France, go see elections in Poland, and we just had this referendum in Italy. And of course other countries have their concerns with the European Union, particularly, as I said, with the euro, the currency  the west is working. But I think Britain particularly never allowed, as I said in my speech, never allowed the institutions in European Union -- even those reasons working to remain certainly felt though affection for the way this organization worked. We knew we needed to be there for trade and corporation and working together, but the affection for this institution, particularly as Britain, has had such successful independent history where our own institutions simply wasn't there. So I would say that when thinking France I will guess that Marine Le Pen won’t win the election. I will guess that whatever happens in Holland, there will be ultimately majority for staying inside the European Union. As I said in my speech I think the question, a really difficult question is what happens to the future of the euro. Would you like his  death, doubt have a fun, they don't like what you do. We've had no growth for too long. And they will stop to question in the way the currency works and where it's working and its interests.

People will talk and write about the Brexit referendum, about the decision, about the whole referendum, about the conduct to that referendum, about the outcome of that referendum. I'm sure for many years to come, I would simply say this that I believed and still believe that the fact that we haven't had a referendum on this issue for 14 years despite the fact that the European Union was changing, changing and changing, was actually beginning to poison British politics. It was certainly poisoning politics in my own party. And I think more broadly than people know. all wait this politcs referendum , they haven't been delivered. And people will begin to feel very frustrated about this issue. At the end, Britain have be resovle. Do we want to be inside this organization but out of some of its parts, or do we want to be outside this organization, but cooperating with it in ways that honor our mutual advantage? Brexit is amazing choice. I believe that choice will be carried through. And yes, right, it is carried through. And yes, there will be difficulties along the way because it's a big change. But ultimately it can be made to work. And the last word I'll say is simply this: if one of the problems -- in our world today, as we're trying, as I argued in my speech, build the globalization that works for all our countries and all our people, as we do that, we have to listen to what those people want and people do want to say on these issues.



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do I think the brexit encourage other countries to leave the European union? will you
as politicans hate direct question you find those very hot? normally in the middle of
week I would be a primary minister of questions and I could be pretty grueling as I',
so sure you've seen on your television set, and I am trying to give you direct answer
on this which is, I think the answer to that is "No".

I think we'll go see elections in France, go see election in Poland, and we just have
this referendum in Italy, and of course other countries have their concern with the
European union, particularly, as I said, with the EURO, the currency the west is working
,but I think Braitain particularly never allowed, as I said in my speech, never allow
institution of European union, even those who want to remain certainly felt though
a fetch for the way the organization worked, we knew we needed to be there for trade
and corporation and working together, but the affection for this institution
particularly as braitain, has had such sucessful independant history where our own
institution simply wan't there, I would say when thinking France I will guess that
Marine Le Pen won't win the election, I would guess that whatever happens in Holland
there will ultimately be the majority of staying inside the European union, as I
said in my speech, I think the question, a really xxx question is what happens to the
feature of the euro, because I think that does xxx some xxx. we have no growth too
long, and they will stop to question in the way the currency works and where it's
working and its interest, people will talk and write about the brexit referendum,
about the decision, about the whole referendum, by the conduct to that referendum,
about the outcome of that referendum, I am sure for many years to come, I would
simply say this, I believed and still believe the factor that we haven't had the
referendum on this issue for 14 years inspite of the factor that the european union
was changing changing and changing, was actually beginning to poison the british
politics, it was certainly poisoning the politics in my own party, and I think more
broadly than people felt, or what have been promised by the referendum they have been
delivered, and people were beginning to feel frustrated by this issue, and in the end
Britain has to decide, do we want to be inside this organization? but out of some
of its parts, or do we want to be outside this organziation, but cooperating with
it in ways that xxx mutual advantage, britain has made this choice, I believe that
choice will be carried through, and yes right, it is carried through, and yes, there
will be difficulties along the way because it's big change, but ultimately it can be
made to work, and the last words xxx is simply this, "if one of the problems, you
know world today, as we are trying, as I argued in my speech, build the globalization
that works for all of our contry, all of our people, as we do that, we have to listen
to what those people want and people do want a say on these issues"

[Homework]2016-12-10 英国前首相卡梅伦敦促特朗普,听我的不会错太多

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Do I think the Brexit will encourage other countries to leave the European Union? Would European politicians hate direct questions they find those very hard? Normally in the middle of the week I would've been in Prime Minister's questions and I could've been pretty grueling as I’m so sure some of you've seen on your television set. But I'll try to give you direct answers on this one, which is I think the answer to that is “No”.

I think we'll get to see elections in France, get to see elections in Poland, and we just had this referendum in Italy. And of course other countries have their concerns with the European Union, particularly, as I said, with the euro, the currency the west will be working. But I think Britain particularly never allowed, as I said in my speech, never allowed the institutions of European Union, even those who wanted to remain certainly felt though affection for the way this organization worked. We knew we needed to be there for trade and corporation and working together, but the affection for this institution, particularly as Britain, has had such successful independent history with our own institutions, simply wasn't there. So I would say that when thinking France I will guess that Marine Le Pen won’t win the election. I will guess that whatever happens in Holland, there will ultimately be majority for staying inside the European Union. As I said in my speech I think the question, a really debatable question is what happens to the future of the euro. Because I think that does * time, as some countries would think. We've had no growth for too long. And they will stop to question in the way the currency works and where it's working and its interests.

People will talk and write about the Brexit referendum, about the decision, the whole referendum, about the conduct to that referendum, about the outcome of that referendum. I'm sure for many years to come, I would simply say this, that I believed and still believe that the fact that we haven't had a referendum on this issue for 14 years despite of the fact that the European Union was changing, changing and changing, was actually beginning to poison British politics. It was certainly poisoning politics in my own party. And I think more broadly people felt all we've been promised referendums they haven't been delivered. And people will begin to feel very frustrated about this issue. At the end, Britain has to decide. Do we want to be inside this organization but out of some of its parts, or do we want to be outside this organization, but cooperating with it in ways that are to our mutual advantage? Britain's made its choice. I believe that choice will be carried through. And yes, right, it is carried through. And yes, there will be difficulties along the way because it's a big change. But ultimately it can be made to work. And the last word I'll say is simply this: if one of the problems -- you know world today, as we're trying, as I argued in my speech, build the globalization that works for all our countries and all our people, as we do that, we have to listen to what those people want and people do want a say on these issues.                                                   
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