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for failing to meet UEFA's rules. That's all coming up in around 15

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minutes. 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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Emily Ashton, Whitehall correspondent for The Sun. And

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freelance journalist Eva Simpson. Let's look at the front page is now

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starting with the tragic death of that teacher Anne Maguire. It on the

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front page of the Independent. She was stabbed to death in front of

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pupils in Leeds. That story is also on the front page of the Metro. It's

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also leading with Max Clifford's convictions for indecent assault.

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The financial Times goes with the ?60 billion takeover bid made by

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AstraZeneca. The Daily Telegraph, another paper leading with the

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killing of the teacher in Leeds, Anne Maguire. The paper says she was

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seen as the figurehead of Corpus Christi Catholic College. The Daily

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Express also believes that teacher's death, reporting that Mrs

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Maguire was in their final term before taking retirement. The

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Guardian claims a cross`party claim to brand UKIP as racist is to be

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launched this week. We will start with the Independent. Death in the

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classroom is a front page of the Independent. It's been the story

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leading the bulletins all day. Absolutely appalling story. It's

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unbelievable. It's the first time we believe a teacher has actually been

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murdered in a classroom. People will remember the headteacher Philip

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Lawrence was murdered outside a school in London but this was

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outside the school gates. He had gone to the aid of a pupil being

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attacked. This was actually inside the classroom where this young

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15`year`old boy, who is in custody, is believed to have stabbed this

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teacher and everyone spoken about her such glowing terms. It's

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interesting to note that in the Independent, they got some research

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which shows that figures show nearly 1000 students were caught with

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lethal weapons such as guns and knives, axes and hammers, between

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2011`13. I mean, as appalling as this is, actually, what we don't

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hear about is that there is a lot of violence, a lot of that going on in

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the classrooms which goes under the radar. Why are we not hearing all

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about? I think there are these figures about pupils bringing in

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these weapons into schools. But I think you know, a lot of the focus

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has been on gang violence, and pupils attacking each other. When

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you think back to Philip Lawrence, when he was murdered outside that

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school in London in 1995, it was, that was a very different

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situation. He was breaking up a fight. He was stabbed through the

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heart by one of these gang members. This was a pupil, 15`year`old boy,

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who turned on a teacher. In front of a classroom. How would you ever get

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over that? As a child, how would you even get over that? There's more

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detail emerging about the boy in custody. He's meant to be a very

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bright boy, very gifted, predicted that top grades at GCSE. A very

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talented artist. Obviously more will emerge as to what the motives behind

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this attack was, but it's still fresh in everyone's minds, very

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chilling. Shocking. Emily, is going to be a concerted debate, do you

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think, now, looking at whether or not kids should be searched before

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they go into schools? We know there this anecdotal evidence of kids in

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inner`city city areas of London wearing stab vests going to school.

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In America, they have metal detectors and so on. I'm sure the

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debate will reopen, but I think the reports addressing tonight about

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this particular incident... It seems isolated. I have no doubt this

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debate will be reopened. As appalling as it is, I don't think we

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need to start introducing metal detectors and all that sort of thing

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for every teacher. I think it's very premature. The Daily Telegraph, the

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teacher on the front. She was actually in her final year as a

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teacher. She'd been doing it for 40 years, celebrated 40 years on the

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job, job she loved. She had been at the school since she left

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university. You know, this is obviously a teacher who was widely

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respected, and well loved by many of her former pupils. People were

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travelling to put flowers down there for her. I think she was due to

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retire this summer, as well, which makes it all the more poignant and

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very, very sad indeed. Staying the Daily Telegraph, a tipping point for

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cancer as half of patients are now killed. This is a landmark new

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research showing half of patients diagnosed with cancer today will be

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effectively killed. That means that they will be diagnosed to expect to

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survive for at least ten years, by which point their prognosis is as

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good as those without the disease 40 years ago less than one quarter

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would have survived. Researchers are saying... It's good news. Yes,

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cancer should no longer be seen as death sentence but just a chronic

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condition. That's incredible. We've all been touched by cancer. Before

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lost loved ones through cancer, so the fact that 50% of us, people who

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get cancer, could be jewelled, it's incredible. We have seen the recent

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government campaign, haven't we, where the emphasis is on trying to

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get at cancers as early as possible, so watching for the

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possible signs. That's the kind of thing we are looking at. Absolutely,

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but this development and research going on all the time, these new

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drugs being developed, to help, as you say, people are learning to

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diagnose for themselves when things are wrong. There's some great

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statistics which saved women with breast cancer now have a 78%

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survival rate. And also ten years ago, men diagnosed with prostate

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cancer only had a 25% survival rate and now it's as high as 80%.

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Incredible. Let's go to the metro. Victims join as Max Clifford found

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guilty. He assaulted girls as young as 15. These were for historic

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offences. He was found guilty of eight of the charges. I believe he

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will be sentenced on Friday. You know, he is the first sort of guilty

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verdict under Operation Yewtree. I think it will come as some relief to

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the police and the CPS, who have come in for a lot of criticism

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bringing these historic cases forward and prosecuting them, so I

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think that's all a relief to the CPS and to the police. Also to the

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victims. They had said their faith in the justice system has been

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restored. This cannot be an easy process for anyone involved. No one

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wins at the end of the day, even if he was no guilty. There is no

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winners. It's good they can feel justice has finally been done.

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Briefly, you were a 3am girl on the sun for the showbiz columnist. The

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Daily Mirror. No one could have been in the entertainment business and

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not come across Max Clifford. You would've come across him. He dealt

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with all the tabloid editors. He was the king of kiss and tell is, the

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guy who was sort of providing some of the biggest showbiz scoops, the

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biggest newspaper scoops for decades. Yes, he was hired by many

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people more to keep their secrets out of the papers than in them, but

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according to the Sun newspaper which we haven't got it, they say Simon

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Cowell has been the first person to find him. I'm sure it will follow.

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The problem the CPS has had with Operation Yewtree which were set up

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after the Jimmy Savile claims, these claims go back decades. It's very,

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very difficult for a jury to make a decision. This was the eighth day of

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deliberations. I'm not many people expected to come back with a guilty

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verdict today. These are very, very difficult cases and we have seen

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similar cases which are not part of Operation Yewtree, Michael Le Vell,

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Bill Roache cleared. The CPS, the police will be grateful that this

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has happened because it kind of shows it is worthy to take forward

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these prosecutions and listen to these complaints because it can

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work. They will feel justified with us. Onto the financial Times. The US

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steps up pressure on President Putin's in circle with tougher

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sanctions but the Americans have pointed out this is not an attack on

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Vladimir Putin himself. The US has toughened sanctions by targeting

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several officials, several companies linked to oligarchs because they

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want to tie up the money. There's a lot of oligarchs close to Putin.

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They hope to have influence in persuading him to back off eastern

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Ukraine, because there has been talk of his sending in people under

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cover, even though he says nothing to do with us. They just happen to

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be pro`Russian separatists. The West doesn't believe that for a minute.

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But the Deputy Prime Minister has been added to this sanctions list.

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Vladimir Putin is not on this list, which involves travel bans, asset

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freezes. The reason for that is because they want Putin to get

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involved in diplomacy. Can't cut him off completely. They need him to

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move around. If you slap on a travel ban, he can't get involved in talks.

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You have to hope that diplomacy doesn't work what are `` what have

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you to hope is that diplomacy works. One credit rating agency has already

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suggested that Russia's credit worthiness is pretty near junk

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status at the moment. Which is a knock`on effect across Europe and in

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the UK in. America, they're a bit more removed from it. They're

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further away. This is point as well, the US steps up the pressure on

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Putin. The sanctions are heavier than the EU. The EU have been

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cautious, adding names to the list, always warning that there might be

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big economic sanction as head but never quite moving to it. That's

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because Europe is next door to Russia and they're dead nervous.

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You're going to be back in an hour to look at the stories behind the

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headlines, many thanks for that. Stay with us here on BBC News. At

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the top of the hour, we will have the very latest from Leeds on the

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death this afternoon 61`year`old teacher, stabbed by a pupil at her

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school. Now, it's time for Sportsday.

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Hello, welcome to Sportsday. Here's what's on the way tonight: Arsenal

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seize control of fourth in the race for Champions League football next

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season. Footballers go bananas in support of Barcelona's Dani Alves.

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Despite missing a record century of centuries, world number one Neil

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Robertson makes the quarter finals

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