BBC双语新闻讲解附字幕:英国议会就更新三叉戟核武器投票
日期:2016-10-08 19:51

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Here in Britain, members of Parliament have voted to renew the country's aging nuclear deterrent trident. The governing Conservative Party wants to build 4 new nuclear submarines at a cost of around 41 billion dollars. 472 MPs voted in favor of renewing trident, 117 against including the opposition Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn. Our London correspondent is Rob Watson.
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Absolutely overwhelming support for the renewal of the nuclear deterrent from Conservative MPs, but of course what is really striking is just the astonishing divisions within the ranks of the opposition Labour Party. So you had one fraction led by the Party's leader on the very much the left of the Party Jeremy Corbyn voting against the renewal, quite a lot of abstentions, but an awful lot of Labour MPs voting with the government and against their leader.

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So what does that say about the state of the Labour Party?

Well, I think it's just another very powerful reminder of the extraordinary divisions within the Labour Party. I mean we've talked about this a lot on the newsroom programme whether it's on this issue or others. But you really do see a stark divide between those on the left of the Party, the activists out in the field and Jeremy Corbyn and then vast chunks of the parliamentary Labour Party and MPs saying "oh my goodness, we never gonna get anywhere with this man as leader." And this is just another example of that division, which I think is worth pointing out. It's not just sort of quiet, academic, sort of peaceful division. I mean it's real. It's emotional. It's raw. It's really the guts of politics and indeed they are very, sort of future of the Labour Party.
So it's looking pretty bad for Labour.
Interestingly, the opinion polls, I mean, they suggest that the British people are rather divided on the issue of whether Britain should renew its nuclear deterrent, but what they are certainly not divided on is which leader that they think would make Britain safer and they overwhelmingly think that that would be Theresa May and not Jeremy Corbyn.
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1.An awful lot of〈非正〉许多,大量的
例:He predicts they will have, quote, 'an awful lot of explaining to do'.
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2.Look at 考虑;研究
例:His Lordship expressed the hope that the Law Commission might look at the subject.
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3.Die from死于;因…而死
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4.On the rise在增加;在上涨
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5.Drive into逼使,迫使…陷入(某种境地或状态)
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英国议会成员就更新老化的三叉戟核武器进行了投票&lgx8tyWM(Dk~。当政的保守党希望斥资410亿美元新建4座核潜艇Y-BDm|knch@。472位国会议员投票赞成更新三叉戟,117人投票反对,其中包括反对党工党领袖杰里米·科尔宾K(Rm!^~&;7%。本台伦敦记者罗博·沃森报道5T,atJbTp~#
保守党议员有绝对多数的人支持更新核武器,但最让人震惊的是反对党工党内部各阶层之间惊人的分歧cjl@X=74ioe%e!&XBM5c。在工党领袖、左翼杰里米·科尔宾的带领下,一部分人反对更新核武器,很多人弃权,但有大量的工党议员投票支持政府,反对他们的领袖zie*7Y;K^AqvMY)
这说明工党现处于怎样的状态?
嗯,我认为这再次有力的印证了工党内部的巨大分歧~;VuD;,fsRxFN7)Ywr。我们在新闻编辑室栏目中多次探讨了这个话题以及其他议题Hps#q,6|GLk1。但真的可以看到杰里米·科尔宾领导下的工党左翼激进分子和绝大多数工党议员之间的明显界限,后者说:"天哪,被这样的人领导者我们什么也干不成i2J@lVa56;。"这是分歧的又一个例子,我认为值得指出来xL&YMkB7xFA3mvEJIG6。它决不是安静的、学术的、和平,而是真实的、情绪化的、赤裸裸的Jd,PSpQN+VVO^W[k%。看的就是政客的胆识,他们可能就是工党的未来-;[VdI3AXy%I8t)U!BO5
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有意思的是,民意调查显示,英国人在是否应该更新核武器方面分歧很大,但完全没有分歧的是他们心目中可以让英国更安全的领导人,他们一致认为这个人应该是特蕾莎·梅,而不是科尔宾]uaH_PShzaRVRf(k##=
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