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patrons. Hello and welcome to our look ahead

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to what the the papers will be bringing us tomorrow. With me are

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Kate Devlin, correspondent at The Herald, and broadcaster David

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Akinsanya. Tomorrow's front pages, starting with: The Observer

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concentrates on a report from the UN that urges countries to dramatically

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increase the use of renewable energy to avert what it calls a climate

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disaster. The Mail on Sunday claims to have

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details of what it describes as 'salacious messages' sent by a Tory

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official to a gay dating site. A present for Prince George on the

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latest leg of the New Zealand tour dominates the Sunday Times alongside

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an article concerning the alleged Islamic takeover of some schools.

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The Sunday Telegraph says that GPs could be open in the evenings and

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weekends under radical new plans for surgery opening hours. The Sunday

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Mirror devotes its frontpage to story involved how the Bill Roache

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trial helped the Deputy Speaker Nigel Evans through his recent

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trial. The Independent on Sunday also talks about the proposed

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changes for surgeries, calling it "Cameron's GP revolution" So let's

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begin. Quite a mix of stories. We will start with the Observer. The UN

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report urging an increase in green energy to avert a climate disaster.

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Climate change, we are all experiencing. We don't have to tell

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people who were flooded. It has fallen off the political agenda. I

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distinctly remember David Cameron saying that this would be the

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greenest government ever and that hasn't happened. There are people

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who don't agree with climate change and from what I have read, you know,

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UKIP are a threat because they are the people who are saying that

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climate change is not important and we should not be putting up wind

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farms. It is still on people's minds but we have to be thinking about

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this. David Cameron has turned away from green energy. The UN has said

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there must be more pressure on the UK to deliver on those promises.

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This will not be music to Downing Street's years to hear that they

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have to increase renewables. Especially just before the European

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elections. UKIP are very anti`windfarms. They have to make

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sure they are not outflanked by UKIP. But it could look as if they

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are anti`green and not doing enough about climate change. This will not

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be what they want to hear. We now benefits and immigration will be

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central issues to the election next year. Is climate change going to be

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as Mac the UN wanted to be. It is not just politicians. The report

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says that we as individuals need to eat less meat. It is a weird

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situation. It keeps going up and down on the agenda. It is as if we

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talk about it because it diverts people from other issues. There will

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be a lot of people around the country descending on London and

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eating a lot of pastor ready for the London Marathon tomorrow. `` pasta.

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He is up against some fast people. This is a new discipline for him. He

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says it is different to running on a track. The crowd could help them.

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But you have all these guys who have done altitude training which has

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given them an extra edge. You used to run. I will be watching and

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wishing I was out there. I have never done a marathon. Only towards

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half marathons. I think everyone will wish him well. If he can win it

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and get the British record, he will hold the British record for every

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distance between 1500 metres and 26 miles. If you are running tomorrow,

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best of luck. Someone told me it is normal to be nervous. It is a great

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atmosphere. Wet move to The Independent. This features in a few

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papers. It is calling it David Cameron's GP revolution. They are

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cocking about an announcement yet to come from the Prime Minister

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involving ?50 million of investment in 1000 surgeries to improve

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services. Not just that but hopefully relieve demand as well. It

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makes sense to me. It is difficult to get a doctor's appointment. These

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plans will make sure there are open from 8am to 8pm. It could involve

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more monitoring at home. This is good stuff. My own personal

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receptionist at my GP, I dislike, because I can never get an

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appointment when I want one. One weekend, I felt ill and couldn't get

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an appointment on Friday. When I turned up on Monday, he called an

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ambulance because I had septicaemia. Consultations via Skype is also one

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of the proposals. And pre`emptive care for the elderly. Is it enough

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to end the postcode lottery? I'm not sure. ?50 million works out at about

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?1000 each. You are right. The main problem is that it is difficult to

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get an appointment. There is supposed to be a 48 hour system but

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people find that works against them because they don't want to miss the

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target of not getting you in. They don't pick up your call or put you

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in anywhere. The Sunday Telegraph also leads with this story. The

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whole men on the consultations by e`mail and video call to ease

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pressure on A That is because people can't get an appointment with

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a doctor. If you take my case, I was so ill on Monday, I just walked to

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the doctors. Actually, video calls is a good way, and e`mail. NHS line

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that they had before where you could talk through your symptoms but

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apparently that was being abused by hypochondriacs. The problem with

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that was they were sending two thirds of people to their GP or

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hospital anyway. So it was just duplication. Let's move on to the

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Duchess of Cambridge they are on the Sunday Telegraph. She is an hurt of

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New Zealand. The headline as has William let slip at the secret? `` a

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big secret? The bottom line is that we know he will have to produce an

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heiress. He was courted about saying `` quoted recently saying let's not

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think that a second one yet. What this headline does not tell us is

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whether this photograph was taken before or after she found out what

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her husband said. He was chatting to someone who had made some clothes

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for the Prince and he said you might have to make another one soon. He is

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always making hints. There is a lot of pressure on any couple to have a

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second baby but if you are the area to the throne and then there is more

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pressure. We have yet to hear from Buckingham Palace. The Sunday Times,

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Michael Gove has been on the front pages of the Sunday papers for the

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last few weeks. This is about a war on an Islamic takeover of schools,

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or allegations of this. I have a friend who is a school governor in

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West London and a consortium of Muslim parents came forward. It is

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not a church school. They said they didn't want their children to do

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music and dance. The school, quite rightly, said that that is what

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happens in the school and all the children get a chance to explore the

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creative side. But it is not just Birmingham, they're talking about

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Bradford and other areas where this has been a problem. I think it is

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wrong to separate children on any grounds but religious grounds I

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think is wrong. Just because the parents are religious. They put that

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on their children and I have never agreed with separate schools. I

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think it is wrong. What they're looking at is not necessarily taking

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over governments `` governance. Where do you draw the line on

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respecting beliefs in multi`faith schools? And when we have seen

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Michael Gove all over the front pages it has always been about

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backing parents of teachers and this time it looks as if she is going to

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back teachers. I think this will do him a little bit of service with

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teachers. Let's move on to the Sunday Mirror. This is an exclusive

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about Conservative MP Nigel Evans revealing that Bill Roache who had a

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similar experience to him saved him from suicide. It is interesting.

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When Nigel Evans first came out it was another Coronation Street

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actress who encouraged him to come forward. I don't think we thought

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they were friends before but they may have bonded over this. It is

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almost like the might be a support group set up for people who have

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been through this. Even if they don't have the same solicitor, I

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would imagine there are solicitors are speaking to each other. This man

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has lost ?100,000. Luckily Parliament are welcoming him back.

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This could ruin him. I am the first one to say that people who abuse

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children are wrong but I think after Jimmy Savile, the have been a lot of

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cases where it is starting to look uncomfortable for a lot of

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celebrities. Do you think people who are accused of sexual crimes should

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not be named publicly until they are tried? Your Mac now. I think that is

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difficult. If you start to suggest they should not be named but people

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accused of murder or child murder should still be named, it opens up

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ramifications for other crimes as well. It is a debate that is

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destined to go on for a long time. Stay with us here. Coming up at 11

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we will have the latest on the situation in Ukraine as fresh

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violence erupts in eastern parts of the country and the US accuses

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Moscow of destabilising the situation. Next, it is this week's

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Reporters. Welcome to a special edition of

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Reporters. I am Shilpa Kannan, reporting from the Indian capital of

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Delhi. As India, the world's biggest democracy, goes to the polls, we

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have a range

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