07/06/2014 The Papers


07/06/2014

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tank in County Antrim. Coming up on The Film Review, it was panned in

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Cannes, but does Nicole Kidman save any grace with grace `` Race of

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Monaco? Good evening and welcome to our

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lookahead at what the papers will bring us tomorrow. As you can see,

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we have two regulars. We have the political editor of the Sunday

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Mirror, and a journalist and broadcaster. A sneak preview, this

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is the Observer, which leads on the political row over tackling

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extremism in schools. The paper also features a special report from

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Rwanda, and the fate of women who were raped during the genocide 20

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years ago, and the children they had as a result. The mail talks about

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Theresa May's aid resigning and Michael Gove apologising. The

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Independent reports of brutality in the Democratic Republic of Congo.

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The Sunday Telegraph reports on obesity being linked to one in ten

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deaths. And, how foreign criminals have escaped deportation on human

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rights grounds from the UK. The Sunday Times has fresh allegations

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over details contained in documents leaked to the paper conserving

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Qatar's World Cup bid. The Sunday express has a warning that some

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pictures of children added to social media sites are being uploaded to

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websites used by paedophiles. As expected, gentlemen, Michael Gove is

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the focus of the front pages. The Observer headline is, furious PM

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slaps down Michael Gove and Theresa May over Islamic extremism row. No

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winners in this, but the PM has probably come out as a PM who has

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dealt with it, is not losing control of his cabinet. Think he realised

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the Sunday papers would be full of this row that has been developing

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through the week. They pushed out a statement, Michael Gove said he had

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decided to act, he would have to apologise. He made Theresa May fire

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her most trusted adviser. And, adding to the nature of all of this,

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it is very messy. It all goes to some behind`the`scenes fighting at

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the top of the cabinet, but the PM is desperate to draw a line

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underneath, and I suspect he probably hasn't. The infighting goes

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beyond the allegations of extremism in schools. We are seeing an insight

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into two people who want the top job one day. They do talk about that on

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the inside pages. The hind the bluster is the fight to be the next

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Tory leader. Let's have a look at the front pages, Tory bloodbath over

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Muslim school fiasco. Cabinet meltdown as Michael Gove is humbled

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and Theresa May a is fired. Do you think the PM is it in control of

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this? He did look really angry when he was picked about it, and it got

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the feeling he would come back and kick people into place. It seems to

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me like he has. To think that Michael Gove has apologise, because

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I think there are loads of things he should have apologise for in the

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last few years, ministers, that is the headline on

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page ten and 11. Is it possible to be Education Secretary and be

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popular with teachers and schools? I think it is hard to be more

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unpopular than Michael Gove has managed to make himself recently.

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His view is that the teaching establishment has lots of flaws, and

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his ways the right way, and he doesn't seem look for consensus. One

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of the reasons the PM is so irritated, is because the whole

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reason we are here and this has emerged in this way, is because

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Michael Gove was criticising the way things were being done in the Home

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Office. The only person to blame in starting this whole thing is Michael

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Gove. There is a reshuffle coming up, but it is his fault that the

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government is in this pickle. He is a smooth operator, and lots of

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people think he is an interesting guy and a great guy to be around,

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and he never seems to get into trouble, but now it looks like he

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might be in trouble. The political correspondent for The Times said to

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me earlier that all Michael Gove has been asked to do is to apologise to

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his mate. It seems that Theresa May perhaps has come out worse, because

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she has had to fire a friend. Very much, Fiona Cunningham was seen as

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one of the most loyal advisers to any of these cabinet members, and

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Michael Gove started this with loose tongued comments to journalists, and

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you can't blame the newspapers, it is what they are meant to be doing.

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He is not the one who has had to fall on his sword, although Fiona

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Cunningham resigned she was clearly forced to resign. The PM said, she

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has broken the rules and she has to go. The PM runs a boys club, and

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here seeing his mate is looked after, and Theresa May's loyal

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adviser is going. You know that though Tony Blair had to get rid of

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Tony Mendelson, they were good friends. You have seen it before,

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when friendship doesn't come into it any more, it is about the good of

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the party and surviving. Do you think Michael Gove could survive

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further pressure over this? The thing with politicians, you can do

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whatever you want, Tony Blair's friend still came back and still

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became a lord. He is still someone who is powerful within the Labour

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Party. It is all about smoke and mirrors for me. Michael Gove will be

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around for a while, he is not going anywhere soon. The Sunday Times has

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managed to get more documents, they claim, relating to Qatar's bid for

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the World Cup. More allegations of corruption. The paper very much

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focuses on the fact that sponsors are now getting angry about this and

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calling for an investigation. FIFA are getting together for the first

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time in Brazil, they have that to worry about, and now they are

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worrying about 2022. I think it is interesting that Sony, one of the

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main sponsors, are saying they want an investigation.

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has been discovered to be investigated. Ed Miliband has also

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think there is so much money think there is so much money

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business these days, they have got to get it under control. It can't be

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about who can pay the most money. happening in Qatar, a lot of people

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were confused about the heat, the infrastructure, and all of this is

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coming too late. Is it about football? We have

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today that it is about football, there are people within FIFA who

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really care about football, or would be in Qatar, and some of them

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went looking very well at the end of it. It is a strange choice in the

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first place, and it is really putting the spotlight on the

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governance of football. Let's move on. I'm sure that is not the final

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chapter in an affair. There is another story on the front page of

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The Times. Texts worse than drink`driving. There is a lot in

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here about how our reactions have slowed down, and the reaction time

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he slowed down by 46% when a driver is making a call on a hand`held

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phone, and even 27% during hands`free. I have hands`free in my

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car, and I were sitting it traffic lights, and I just went to touch my

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phone to put the music on while we were sitting at the lights, and a

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policeman was there, and she made me feel very silly. There was a man

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driving badly in front of me the other day, and I said, I bet when I

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go past he is on his phone. And there he was, on his phone. You

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think it is worse than drink`driving? In this report they

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say they are worse. According to these figures, yes, it is more

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dangerous than having some alcohol in your system, or even smoking

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cannabis. It will seem focused the minds if they give people a year's

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ban if they are caught. It might not be a problem in a few years, because

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we will all be driving around in cars that drive themselves. Let's

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move on to the Telegraph, a whole array of stories, including the

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cabinet row, and Mr Gove being forced to apologise. But the city

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Link to one in ten deaths as well. `` obesity being linked. Now,

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foreign criminals being allowed to say. `` stay. This is that these

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figures have come from the Home Office, haven't they? This is a

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campaign, about human rights law. It is a huge number of people, it

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annoys a lot of people, but some people have valid reasons for

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staying, and others don't. They are highlighting that. They have a

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comment from a Labour MP, and he says, voters would want to be

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reassured that dangerous foreign offenders are being deported

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wherever possible. I think that is definitely what people, what I hear

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on the streets. What upsets me is that we are still sending people

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back to places where they will be persecuted. Places like Nigeria and

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Gambia, where I know what people there who have been harassed echoes

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of their sexuality. There was actually a demonstration today about

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this, about deporting those people. Those numbers are far smaller than

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the 600 they are talking about. What happens if some of the 630

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criminals, if they are deported back to their homeland, may be tortured,

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may be sentenced to death, may be in danger? Do they have rights? If they

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are rapists and murderers, I'm sorry. For me personally, if they

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are not from here and they have committed those crimes that there,

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if they are deported and something happens, that is not something I'm

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worried about. You are perfectly entitled to those views... I don't

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want people to be sent back and tortured for their sexuality, and

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things like that. Discovers the wider issue of EU legislation and

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how it covers up. Also immigration. This is a home office matter, and

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Ukip is coming up in the elections and it has to be seen as tough on

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immigration, and the whole issue of foreign criminals, that is part of

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it. I thought Theresa May had enough problems dealing with this fallout

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with Michael Gove, but it looks like she has this as well. David, always

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great to hear what you think, you don't hold back! Thank you for

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watching the Papers. Stay with us at midnight, more on the Education

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Secretary, Michael Gove, apologising for his row with the Home Secretary

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over Muslim extremism in schools. Welcome to the Film Review. With me

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today is Mark

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