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27/06/2014

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Hello and welcome to our look ahead to what the papers will be bringing

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us tomorrow. With me are political correspondent James Millar from the

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Sunday Post and writer and broadcaster Shyama Perera. The lead

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in The Independent is the nomination of Jean Claude Juncker as President

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of the European Commission, its headline is "Cameron crushed and UK

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edges closer to an EU exit". The Times has something similar `

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along with music fans having fun in the mud at Glastonbury.

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The FT simply has "Cameron suffers defeat on Juncker" ...and the very

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same Glastonbury picture. The Daily Mail's main story says

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millions of savers face weeks in limbo as they try to invest in the

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new SuperISA, which comes in on July first.

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The Express reports that new research says sleeping is the key to

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battling dementia. And finally The Sun claims a school

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is furious after a seven year old pupil mimicked his hero Luis Suarez

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by biting a classmate. So let's begin... Let's start with the story

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that is on the front pages of many papers tomorrow, the nomination of

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the Jean`Claude Juncker as the European Commission president. Many

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of them are going with the story of David Cameron's defeat and they are

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indicating that it is a step closer to our exit from the European

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Union. It is the most popular story around. It is remarkable how similar

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the languages in all the papers. A crushing defeat for the Prime

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Minister, moving closer to an exit from the European Union etc. . I am

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not sure if they are right. I'm not sure if we are closer to a exit ``

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on exit. Could he not just go ahead and vote with everyone else? He got

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himself in a bit of a pickle to say the least. He should have seen that

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everyone else in Europe was not about to back down. Perhaps he

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didn't want to be isolated because it makes him look strong and anti`

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European for his own backbenchers. Ed Miliband has been critical. He

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didn't want Jean`Claude Juncker either. He's calling him the toxic

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Prime Minister. The timing could not be worse. I think he is just out in

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the cold at many different levels this week. This is the nail in the

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coffin of his relationship projections with the European Union.

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He comes across as billy no`mates. Do you think he should've come about

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it differently? Of course. Couldn't he have found another candidate to

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offer? Something positive to offer? I don't know who else there was.

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They wanted Christine LaGarde from the IMF but the French president

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wouldn't have her. She is an opponent that may stand against him

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sometime in the future. I think it is quite fun, if we can get away

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from David Cameron and look at Juncker, he is a renegade and I kind

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of see him as a George Brown figure in Europe. I can imagine him falling

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over as he staggers him from his cognac breakfast. I can feel a lot

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of fun coming from him. On the bright side, at least this might

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give us some laughs along the way. I like the idea of a renegade from

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Luxembourg. The Mac it is the most exciting thing to come out of

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Luxembourg since Tony Prince used to do late shows. The Financial Times

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is saying that Cameron has suffered a defeat back emphatically by

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leaders. Was it fair the await the rest of the leaders dealt with as?

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Many of them were making supportive noises and then they changed their

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mind `` this? I don't think it is the case that he has been

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doublecrossed. Other leaders were willing to talk. Perhaps he should

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have realised... Was all it was. He seemed to think that they were very

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much on board `` that was all it was. The two of them holding hands

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and disappearing into the back of failure together, this will become

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more about David Cameron in the days to come. A third of the votes in

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Britain were anti` EU. Perhaps it might lead to reform? Perhaps. You

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have to assume that 26 out of 28 litres get that. `` leaders. They

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have all backed him. Perhaps they realised there is room for

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maneuver. Now this one, this is the care and support minister who is

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expressing concern about the care that our elderly people are going to

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get and suggesting that volunteers are going to have to step in,

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particularly if you live a long way from your relatives as it is

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difficult to keep a close eye on them. This makes my blood stopped

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cold. What it really means is they want women to step in because I

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don't see any men stepping in to help the elderly. This is a cry

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against the feminists who might have got themselves jobs and think that

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they deserve a life. I always get slightly confused by these stories

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because, why is it incumbent upon families to look after the elderly?

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We don't choose our families. I will be looking after my mum coming but I

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don't see why it becomes the responsibility of people who came

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after you and therefore, did not choose you, to look after you. Why

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is it the responsibility of the state? As you are paying tax for it,

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that's why. They are comparing it to Spain where everyone looks after

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their family perfectly happily. But families are less fractured and

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separated by long distances in Spain. They are poorer. It is a

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function of poverty because they are not all living in separate

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establishments and driving to different offices all day. You were

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living together. The other question is, what is George Osborne going to

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say? I can't take that job because I have to go look after my folks 100

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miles away? It is not as simple as that. It is a greater number of

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people needing care. The bowler living much older. This article

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seemed to say to me that there are so many pressures on families,

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whether or not they are a nuclear family were not. Looking after them

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doesn't just mean giving them a Neil, it is more complex than that.

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`` a meal. The levels of loneliness are staggering. Let's move on,

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millions are facing misery in ice `` ISA. I only wish I had some money to

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throw into these black holes. I don't quite understand this story.

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I'm sure it is deeply you're taking that you might have to wait ``

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irritating, that you might have to wait weeks to get a return. It may

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be 50 quick and I understand that many will think that is a great loss

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`` quid. It is not misery is it? It would be concerning if you did not

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think you were going to get your money back. That it is just going to

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slip into cyberspace somewhere. It won't appear on the system, so you

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will lose your interest. It is that that is going missing. You are

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supposed to invest in it for quite some time. To get the most out of

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it, I mean. Far be it from me to dispute what is being said here but

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I doubt there will be lines down the street for these next week. Perhaps

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I am wrong. It might affect Cressy... I don't know who she is

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but she's on the front page. It is Harry's girlfriend. Come on. This

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article says a white working`class children are being marginalized in

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inner`city schools where curriculums have been reordered to reflect a

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more multicultural background rather than their own. The whole thing

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concerns me. White working`class seems very broad. If you are

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working`class, it doesn't matter what colour you are. I don't quite

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understand. In inner`city schools, many would be categorised as

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working`class but why white? What is British culture? I don't share the

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anxiety around this story. What it is saying is that British children

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from lower income families feel a loss of identity because schools are

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celebrating things like Portuguese Day and the cultures of Jamaica and

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Poland and as a result, children who are British from lower income

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families are feeling a loss of identity. I was wondering what

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British identity might be and I was thinking of my own days that's

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cool. `` at school. That's not British culture though, it is

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old`fashioned. What can you celebrate with? Celebrating the

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culture of Africa, this one says. That is out `` outrageous, there are

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many cultures in Africa. I don't think it is going to give anyone a

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complex. The study identified causes of low achievement including low

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aspirations, engagement by parents, literacy, and social obligations. It

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is about bad parenting. Or parents who feel so trapped by the rest of

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their lives that they have no time to for fill these obligations. What

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are white middle`class people doing that white working`class children

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are not? It is to do with a lack of aspiration and a poor home

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environment, a home environment that is lacking something. You will have

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to retract all of that in a moment. That is it for The Papers tonight.

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Thank you James Millar and Shyama Perera. Stay with us here on BBC

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News: At midnight But coming up next it's time for World Cup Sportsday.

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