27/06/2014 The Papers


27/06/2014

No need to wait until tomorrow morning to see what's in the papers. Martine Croxall presents a lively and informed conversation about the next day's headlines.


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We are looking at tomorrow's paper is slightly earlier tonight because

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of the tennis. With me a correspondent James Millar

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from the Sunday Post and writer One of the story is looking at what

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is happening in Brussels today. 26`2, David Cameron did not stand a

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chance. Now, he has been crushed. He has made a very good job of trying

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to make a bad result looked like a good thing. By claiming he is

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standing up for what he believes, but the bottom line is he got beat

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and he got well beat. Does it necessarily mean we are going to

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leave the EU? No. It does not mean we are edging closer to exit but it

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does not mean we have edged away from exit. Depending on how it pans

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out, the direction of travel may well be towards the exit. That is

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what it says in the story, that Cameron is under pressure from

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Eurosceptic Conservative MPs to say he is prepared to urge an out vote.

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Should he not get credit for saying, this is what I believe? Lots of

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people in Europe believe it but are not brave enough to stand up. What

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is sad about this story is that this week the Prime Minister has really

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been shown up as having no mates. There is not the day on his side. ``

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nobody. Everybody is against him. I feel quite sorry for him. I think he

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is speaking a lot of sense. He went at it like a bull in a china shop.

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He did not have very long to do it. Why do you need to take on this Mr

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Juncker? We have a description of Juncker which says that he looks

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older than 59, testament to a lifetime of heavy drinking,

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chain`smoking and countless cups of black copy. Once began a press

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conference by announcing he was suffering from kidney stones.

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Suggestions he has cognac with breakfast. You should be able to

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take on someone like that. A cross between Rob Ford and said blatter ``

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Seb Blatter. I do not take any issue with anything, but this comparison,

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Cameron is becoming the Wayne Rooney all EU politics. Overlooking the

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fact that really `` Wayne Rooney scored a goal. That is about all you

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can say. I think the Germans have come up with a very good comparison.

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The only reason the British press are hacked off is because they did

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not think of it. Also, Wayne Rooney is a team player and the manager

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probably has some blame to bear in this whereas Cameron is the manager

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and the team captain, years everything. `` he is everything. I

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cannot cope with any more footballing analogies.

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I do not understand all of those analogies. Favours phasing Isa

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misery. Red tape faces the launch of the new accounts. It is going to be

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easier to transfer things from one form of Isa to another. Misery,

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really? If your money goes missing, you will be measurable, but your

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money is not going to go missing. That would be rather concerning

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effort went into a black hole. That is not what is happening. It is just

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that they reckon there may be a deluge of inquiries and it might

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take a while to process them. Otherwise we would dig black holes.

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I am not being incredibly money minded. I am not understanding how

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much you'll lose if for five weeks your ?15,000 does not get interest.

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What are we talking about? Between 1% and 2% for five weeks. It is not

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a lot. I cannot believe there are millions of people queuing up and

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waiting for the 1st of July to be able to open their eyes. Maybe that

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is just me. `` open their Isa. Glastonbury storm alert. Two young

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women in an unenviable position. I feel sorry for them. If they were

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not women, with this picture have any interest at all? How many men

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are we going to see over the weekend? Not many, I suspect. We

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will do the school works later on at 11:30pm. `` fool works.

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Russia has warned of grave consequences following the

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signing of an association agreement between the European Union,

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