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Hello, and welcome to our look ahead the World Cup kicks off in Brazil,

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Hello, and welcome to our look ahead at what the papers will bring us

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tomorrow. With me are the Sunday Mirror's political editor. Let's

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have a quick sneak preview. We will start with the Observer. As you can

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imagine, it leads on the political row over tackling extremism in

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schools. The paper also features a special feature on Rwanda and the

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rate of women and the children they had as a result.

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The mail on Sunday described the Cabinet as in meltdown. The

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independent features a report on soldier brutality. The Telegraph has

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reports on obesity being linked to one in ten deaths. And how criminals

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have escaped deportation since 2010 on human rights grounds.

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The Sunday Times has fresh allegations over documents leaked

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from documents obtained about Qatar's World Cup bid. Let's start

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with the Observer. A headline. There are no winners in this. Furious PM

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slaps down global and may over Islamic extremism row. That suggest

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a Prime Minister in control. A very angry Prime Minister. He was

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supposed to have a good week last week. It was the G7, the D`Day

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Landings. But it was overshadowed by a row which started on Tuesday

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night. Between two reader may and Michael Gove over the extent of

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Islamic extremism in Islamic `` in Birmingham schools. He is pretty

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unhappy. He has forced Michael Gove to apologise to himself and also to

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somebody he believes Michael Gove insulted at the Home Office, the

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counterterrorism chief. And also Reine Elizabeth Deux three has had

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to `` temp Theresa May `` Theresa May's adviser has two resigned. He

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looked very angry when I saw him and he has sorted it out. The word

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humble to be used with Michael Gove. I often feel he is like a loose

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cannon. So I am pleased to see that he has come back and sorted it out.

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And when Mike `` David Cameron stops being Conservative leader, Michael

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Gove and two reader may the people who most fancy being leader.

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Here is a headline, Cabinet in meltdown as gof is humbled. There is

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a Cabinet reshuffle on the way. I think people think it possible that

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Michael Gove could be moved. It is a possibility now. He has gone from

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being a very close friend of the Prime Minister to a headache for

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him. He seems to have a position when he has `` where he has had

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controversial advisers, is rubbing up teachers the wrong way. He has

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gone from being a safe pair of hands to someone who causes problems. The

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inside pages of the mail on Sunday go much further by describing it as

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the humiliation of the feuding ministers. As he was saying,

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Vincent, the Prime Minister is very angry. Do using damage has been

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done? To me, what is interesting is reading about how this is an

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argument between people in the Conservative Party. More than the

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issue? I never thought... I never thought Michael Gove was in the

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running. He was a wing man. He just annoys me. Whereas Theresa May has

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done some things recently, like bring the Police Federation under

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control which needed to be done. I would like to do more stuff with the

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IPCC. They are positioning themselves. Is that how you think

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the public think? I think so. I think the liberal commentary like

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Michael Gove because he is witty. On the is a Mr Bean character. How well

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do you know him? Not that well. What about Theresa May? I know Fiona

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Cunningham well. I think the issue with them is that different people

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have different views. Theresa May is thought of a

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have different views. Theresa May is thought of strong and some people

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think she has not `` does not have a huge base in the Conservative Party.

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Theresa May has topped a poll recently but it will be between

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Boris Johnson and someone else. What is interesting is that I was

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interviewing a Labour shadow education Minister and despite the

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pushing him on it, you did not criticise the Prime Minister's

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handling, he criticised Michael Gove's handling since 2010. Is

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Michael Gove" Mac I think so. He started this by having lunch with

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the journalist from the times. Michael Gove started it. And yet it

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has ended up with the forced resignation of the Home Secretary

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today which seems a little unfair. The Prime Minister seems to have

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looked after his mate and it has ended up with the person having to

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leave being the Home Secretary's loyal adviser.

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Let's move on to the Sunday Times. It claims to have more evidence

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regarding Qatar's successful bid for the 2020 World Cup. The headline is

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gas deal turns heat on World Cup. A lot of talk about the sponsors in

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this, Vincent, and more pressure on FIFA. The story won't go away. Sony

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are now suggesting they want to look at this. Ed Miliband has said that

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if this is true, there is use pressure. Sponsors do not like the

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sort of thing. I think we will see more and more breaking cover. And

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they need the sponsors, don't they? Yes. And as someone who has no great

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interest in football, this is a bit like... I member people saying that

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was where they going to go in football, this is a bit like... I

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member people saying that was where the good going 2022 and it seems

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only now it is all coming out. The Sunday Times would not put it on

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their front pages there was nothing behind it. The initial reaction to

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the first reports on this was sour grapes, this is a British newspaper

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and the UK did not get the bed. It has become more serious than that

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now. It is more difficult for FIFA and cat are `` Qatar to keep blaming

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it on British sour grapes. Yes, the amount of evidence that is their and

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it looks as if people in the far more closely linked to this than

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they would like to suggest. I think the more it goes on, the more people

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will turn on FIFA. Will there be a rerun of the ballot? If life was

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fair... ? They don't have time to build everything in another place.

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But we have the infrastructure. Let's turn our attention to the

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Sunday Telegraph. There is such a mix of stories. They have the

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Cabinet row and a story on obesity. But at the bottom of the page, human

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rights allows 630 foreign criminals to stay. This is the human rights

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Bill. What is interesting about this, foreign criminals. Will not

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even challenging them now. When we challenge them and say they will use

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human rights, we give up. There was a demonstration today about `` at a

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detention centre about other people who are trying to get accommodation

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in this country who are being deported back to countries where

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their sexuality is going to cause a problem. Lesbians and gay people

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being sent back to places in Africa where they know they will be killed.

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Yet we are quite happy to keep older criminals. Identical are quite

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happy! Well, 630, as Theresa May used to be a safe

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pair of hands and the government is looking at failing to hit its target

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to cut migration says she has gone from a successful Home Secretary

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from one who could be about to hit a whole wall of problems. This is not

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a news story, it comes up every six months in the British press. We talk

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about people who have done rates or murders being allowed to walk free.

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It is not a today issue. It goes on. And this cost money. Most often ``

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most defendants appealing are entitled to legal aid because they

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are unemployed after serving a prison term. An MP said that voters

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would want to be reassured that dangerous foreign offenders are

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being deported wherever possible. This now spills over into a much

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wider issue, the European Union and the legislation we often tied into.

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Yes, a big campaign from the Telegraph over the reform of human

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rights laws. As David says, there is nothing new about these people

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trying to appeal to stay here, but a lot of them have genuine reasons to

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stay but the public think that many of them should be deported. It is a

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hot potato and has landed in the Home Secretary's lap. Thank you for

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taking us through the papers. We'll be back at 11:30 p.m.. Stay with us

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on BBC News. On 11 p.m., more on the Education Secretary apologising to

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Theresa May. Coming up next, this week's edition of reporters.

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