14/05/2014 The Papers


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with the win for Andy Murray. That is all coming up and stop straight

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after the papers. ``. . Hello and welcome to our look ahead

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

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Schofield, Chief Political Correspondent, for The Sun and Emma

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Barnett, women's wditor at The Telegraph. We will start with the

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Telegraph. Like many other papers, there is a picture of Stephen

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Sutton. He died from cancer after raising nearly ?3.5 million for

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charity. The Telegraph shows with his mother and she says her heart is

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bursting with pride and breaking with pain. The paper has a warning

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that people are consuming too much sugar, suggesting we should not have

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more than one glass of fruit juice everyday. The Mirror has a picture

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of Stephen Sutton also, praising his courage and inspiration to others.

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The Metro has a photograph of the teenager, saying that his spirit

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lives on. The Times, arresting pictures of two journalists who

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escaped across the Syrian border after being kidnapped and beaten and

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shot. The Guardian has a picture of Nicole Kidman opening the Cannes

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Film Festival amid poor reviews of her film. The paper has its own

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investigation into conditions for migrant workers in Qatar, which it

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says has brought about change in the state that will hold the World Cup.

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The meal claims that bosses at AstraZeneca will pocket up to ?60

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million if the drug giant is taken over by Pfizer. And the express

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claims that it is a beginning of a heatwave across the country. That

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will last about two days! Yes! Coming to an end on Monday. We will

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start with The Daily Telegraph. Migrant numbers declining after the

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door opens. The transitional controls were taken off in January

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but there was not the flood, we were not overwhelmed? We remember those

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scare stories in the run`up to that control being dropped. There were

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accurate reflections of the predictions that were made by

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certain individuals that there would be a flood of migrant workers coming

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from Bulgaria and many but that has not been the case. Not least in the

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first few months of this year. 4000 line than they were in the last

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three months of 2013 but year`on`year, that number is still

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up by 29,000 in terms of Romanian and Bulgarian workers. It is still

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early to say that these warnings were false because we have seasonal

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impact as well. Not many people come here to work at the start of the

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year, it is during the summer. Does is perhaps pose any problem for

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Nigel Farage and UKIP? Why bring his name up? I think the figure pulled

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out is around 29,000 up on the year, it is not the flood and it is

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down on three months but I am still surprised. I think that immigration

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has become about the numbers all of a sudden, people are thinking in

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terms of numbers. It is about the facts now? And not speculation?

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There was excitement about seeing these figures. People seeing if

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Nigel Farage was talking nonsense or if he was on the money and it seems

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that we need to drill down into these numbers to make sure that he

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is not just being allowed to say what people are hoping. But he can,

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as you pointed out, say that it is too early to tell? You have a point,

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these are the first three months. Quarterly figures. This should not

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obscure the fact that the government is never going to hit its target of

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reducing migration to the tens of thousands that that target has got.

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We should look at that cartoon. That was brilliant, bring back

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Bulgarians! We miss you! We want you to come and! We have an election

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coming up! Little joke, there. The Daily Telegraph, there is a warning

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that no more than one glass of juice everyday... All of these health

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warnings? This isn't arresting, the Public Health England body has never

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put out any official warning about the limit that you should have on

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fruit juice before and we have heard you should not have much because the

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results of sugar but it says 150 millilitres everyday is it because

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the amount of fruit juice, we think it is very good for us, that is and

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I thought, one of my five a day. But you grow up... You think... I will

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say this, I thought... It does say here that it does kind! So, one cup.

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I don't like fizzy drinks but lots of people have fizzy drinks, they

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might add sugar to their coffee and tea so they are trying to take steps

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that are the things that are making you, if he did not realise, but on

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weight and be unhealthy and the second offenders, which I am sad to

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hear, our cereals and cereal bars, because of sugar. The war on sugar

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is quite a new thing, but it is stepping up. It was sold and fat.

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But I saw even in aid which are today, how I gave up sugar Almagro

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in a book shop. Sugar free recipes. `` in a book shop. Things like

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bread, this is a preservative, sugar? Even fruit itself is very

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high. I didn't know about fridges, is a difference between concentrated

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and freshly squeezed? Surely freshly squeezed is better for you? Not

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really because unless it has the pulp, but as fibre, that breaks down

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glucose in the system. So the juice... Forget it! That is my

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problem. I do not like Stillwater. It must be fizzy. Or juice. I am in

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trouble! The Metro, and inspiring some Doria but Kevin... About

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Stephen Sutton. Diagnosed with bowel cancer and he had that could list of

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things to do. He has passed away, raising ?3 million. Astonishing.

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This is a fitting tribute to this young man. He contracted cancer and

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15 and this is a novel thing to happen and he has fought bravely and

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his legacy will be this enormous amount of money and it shows you the

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power of social media. Five years ago, this would not have happened.

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And I think as well, there was controversy one week ago about

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internet troubles. `` trolls. He was released and was readmitted but

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communication is so easy and people started trying to suggest that he

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was in some way faking this. Just awful. It is a very sad story but

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the money he has raised is a fitting legacy. The Daily Mail front page,

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there is a picture of him there. Yes, there are always idiots on the

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internet. But it was actually the internet that helped raise all that

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money. His story of courage went viral. Totally, and his mum today is

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the one who has done this post today on Facebook that has gone completely

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viral, saying how proud she was of him. It must be an amazing comfort.

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Clearly, anyone who uses something `` anyone who loses someone young,

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it is tragic, that it must be a comfort to know that she he did so

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much to help people. Going onto the Times, it has been a difficult story

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to cover for journalists in Syria. There are Times journalists who

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managed to escape here on the front, but they were badly beaten and shot

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after being kidnapped. Yes, these pictures are awful. You have the

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reporter, Anthony Lloyd, and also a photographer. They escaped from a

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car boot. They actually had help from the Islamic front, a group of

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rebels trying to fight back against the Al`Qaeda groups, and they had

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not banked on the fellowmen coming along to help these Westerners. It

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is an amazing story within the story. Journalists do not often make

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the front page of their own newspaper. I am happy that they are

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alive. It is incredible that they survived, and it is with good cause

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that they are on the front of the paper. If it does not bring it home

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to British people that the print `` people bringing you this story are

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in huge amounts of danger, I don't know what does. What we do know

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about what is going on in Syria is because of the brave people who are

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willing to tell the story to journalists who are going in there

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and trying to get the message out. I am biased, but journalists often get

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a bad reputation. When you look at this and the huge number of

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journalists who have been killed covering war zones year`on`year, as

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you say, it shows that without the bravery of guys like Anthony Lloyd

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and Jack Hill going there and risking their lives and safety to

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get information, we would be incapable of trying to decide who is

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in the right and who is in the wrong. It is an incredible story and

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an incredible escape. There were lucky to escape with their lives.

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Finally, the Guardian. We will tackle the World Cup story maybe in

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the next hour, as we are running out of time. At the top of the page, the

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Cannes Film Festival has started and the opening film is Grace of Monaco.

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That is Nicole Kidman on the front. She is having to defend two things,

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firstly that the film is terrible and secondly that it is a poor

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portrayal of the situation concerning Grace Kelly, because the

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Royal Family themselves are annoyed. The Monaco royal family are furious.

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They say it is just not based on fact. They are saying, we would have

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in OK with this if it was a historical representation of the

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life of our mother or grandmother. The Cannes Film Festival has such

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resonance for the story of Grace Kelly, because it is where great

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Kelly met the future love of her life, King radiate `` Prince

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Rainier. It has opened the Cannes Film Festival and it has been

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panned. I feel incredibly awkward for Nicole Kidman. Peter Bradshaw,

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in the Guardian, described it as wooden it was a fire risk. Funny,

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but harsh. `` it was so wooden, it was a fire risk. Is it the? We will

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find out when it is released. You will be back in an hour for a look

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at more behind the headlines. At the top of the hour, we will have more

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on the efforts to rescue those miners still trapped beneath the

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ground in the West of Turkey. 274 men have already been declared dead.

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Now, time for Sportsday. Hello and welcome to Sportsday. I'm

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Olly Foster. Here's what's coming up

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