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Hello and welcome to our look ahead to what the papers

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With me are The Daily Record's Political Editor Torcuil Crichton

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and Joel Taylor, Deputy News Editor at The Metro.

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Tomorrow's front pages, starting with

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the Telegraph - Theresa May's victory is historic,

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it says - with her Brexit plans getting overwhelming backing

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from MPs - also looking there at Jeremy Corbyn's problems

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with another front bench resignation.

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It focuses on the next stage, the Lords, saying they're

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being warned not to thwart the will of the people.

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The Metro is looks at the early death of Tara Palmer Tomkinson,

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the original 'it girl', it calls her.

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Then the Times - Brexit pushed off the front page -

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it has a story about big brands apparently unwittingly funding

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Islamic extremists through by advertising on their websites.

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The i zooms in on the resignation of Clive Lewis - Corbyn abandoned

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We are going to look at Labour's problems in a second. But in the

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Daily Telegraph, MPs finally back Brexit. A journey of 1000 miles

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begins with one step and that step begins tonight. A big endorsement by

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the House of Commons. A stonking majority. 52 Labour MPs voted

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against. There will still be trouble within the Labour Party. Now we go

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to the House of Lords which, people suggests, it should get through

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without too much. They will be Archie bhaji but they will sign. --

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argy-bargy. You surprised not a single amendment got stuck to this

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thing? I think it is too giant leaps. It is a free to trigger

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Brexit when ever she wants. The government whip Cleverley made the

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rebels non-... 79 competing against her Article 50. This is about an

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historic journey out of Europe fall written. Some of the focus turns

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back on to Labour and DK is it has been left in. -- the chaos. Tonight,

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you only have 122 MPs who are defying the will of the people. The

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48th % of Remainers Iniesta B. Clause 57, chine to guarantee a

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right of residence the full European National 's already here failed.

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There a note preconditions going into these talks are the lender once

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she put in herself. The Telegraph story is quite good. With such a big

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majority,... There is no way they will tinker with this. They did a

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great job. Tory peers are bound to not leave England. There is no doubt

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Theresa May not dealt a bad set of cards when she became Prime Minister

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that she has played them very cleverly. She is in a position of

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strength, albeit still in a position of unknown potential. She does not

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know whether she will come out with anything successful or it turns into

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their disaster some suggest. 27 other countries involved in these

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negotiations. The I mentioned Labour, key Corbyn ally quits in

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Brexit rebellion. Very close, Clive Lewis, to Jeremy Corbyn. Diane

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Abbott was not sick this time and she is closer still to Jeremy

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Corbyn. She was not sick but she looked sick! LAUGHTER. She felt

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sick. She probably went off and was sick after having to vote for these.

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Clive Lewis is of Corbyn's side of the party but possibly a better

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popular touch, a better man a. He has already been talked of as a

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potential challenger as leader. Someone suggested this evening that

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the shadow cabinet was not in a reshuffle but in a permanent

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revolution. LAUGHTER Let's see how it plays out the next few days. The

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Labour Party is unrecognisable. Unrecognisable in the polls as well.

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True. Even the hardened supporters are beginning to recognise he's

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making any progress and they may see Clive Lewis as the new messiah.

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Right message, wrong man, is what they are beginning to think. Clive

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Lewis has stuck to his constituency is, stuck to what he believes is

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best. Position himself well to inherent what Corbyn may give up.

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There was a buzz today because the result of the vote was known but

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everyone was focusing on what Clive Lewis and Diane Abbott were going to

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do. Corbyn had a ready given his departure dates to his inner circle

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was one claimed. The story ends tonight with a new messiah. How long

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does live Lewis stay of the frontbench, until Corbyn leaves?

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That tackle was just a little bit too high, Clive, you are off!

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Someone as talented as these guy, others who have had to vote with

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their conscience and have had to leave, in posed by a man who has

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never hit a whip in his life. Is that it until Corbyn goes? It could

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be. A permanent revolution, as you say. The last reshuffle has not

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ended yet. He did not feel a lot of those spots, oh, dear. Plenty of

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people busy at it. Diane Abbott's reputation. She voted tonight not

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last week. Has it sunk, her reputation? Is she still the

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rocksolid person? Corbyn will need to rely on Diane Abbott from now on.

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She was obviously torn. She looked deathly afterwards. She was clearly

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very unhappy. Jeremy Corbyn tweeted after the vote that the real fight

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starts now. To which Nicola Sturgeon tweeted, you have just lost. Lots of

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people saying I voted for you and you trade me. He may have lost some

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of his core support. It was historic tonight, but also the Labour

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Party... 48th % of people want to remain, there is a market out there

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for people to rally around somebody who sticks up for them. Corbyn was

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supposed to feel that spot but he has less credibility now, trying to

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reach out to these people. Brexit cannot be over quick enough for

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Labour. And neither for us. Foreign aid to fraud without batting an

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eyelid? It does that an eyelid. This is an investigation into different

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budgetary funding. Only 0.03% it spends goes to fraud. That has been

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widely ridiculed. The Treasury itself, trying to keep a hold on the

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money, 3% of their budget is fraud. Something like 0.7%... 0.03%... That

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is a pretty good? No, it is of rubbish. They have created a fraud

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team in 2000 ten and that one person is doing a fine job. One person in

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the fraud squad. This is the kind of thing that wind people up a lot.

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With these foreign aid, in any case, it is going to be hard to say this

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was the money you spend and this is what we produced. The idea that

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there is only one person supervising to make sure the money is not taken

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by despots is pretty absurd. Finally, Tara Palmer-Tomkinson dead

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at 45. She admitted herself why she was getting all this attention. She

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was candid about her problems with drugs and that candour was

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refreshing for a lot of people. They think she got the attention because

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she was young, will connect to it and beautiful. -- well-connected.

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She was the modern-day version of a debutante. I never met her but by

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all accounts she was a lovely person and very talented. Very musical,

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artistic. In a way, it is sad that somebody's life is detected only in

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appearance. She had a great life though, she did not regret that eggs

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she had done full obviously her drug addiction was a huge problem or her

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but it is very sad. All the front pages feature the death of Tara

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Palmer-Tomkinson. Good to see you. A little bit delayed because of the

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football, Leicester finally getting it right. Champions and they are.

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Thanks again for watching. Good evening, we are going to be

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plunged into the deep freeze with cold weather on the way. Not

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necessarily crisp weather with blue skies, a lot of cloud around as

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well. And as we go through tonight the

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