28/06/2014 The Papers


28/06/2014

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

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us tomorrow. Not the usual time, because of the World Cup, we are

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joined by the author Matthew Green and the political journalist and

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familiar face Sean Dilley. Let's just have a quick sneak preview at

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some of the front pages. A dire warning about the NHS in the

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Observer which says that it could collapse within next five years.

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Nurses could take on some of the routine jobs like GPs like checkups

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for asthma and high blood pressure. The Sunday Times says that Ed

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Miliband is under attack from one of his top advisers for not attempting

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bold policies. And the Telegraph is of the Duchess of Cornwall, who says

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she was moved to tears with pictures of her uncle who died in the battle

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of the Somme. We'll start with the Sunday Telegraph and lack of

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development in the European Union. You are cowards, EU leaders are

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told. After this humiliating defeat. Do think is to humiliating?

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A lot of people are saying he was brave. Perhaps humiliating to

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manoeuvre yourself into a position in the first phase where you could

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publicly backed somebody and then feel isolated and in the corner.

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Would he have backed England for the World Cup? Some of the criticism has

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come from parties that would have done the same thing, such as labour,

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but that's more privately. His representations is that he has two

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fight in the domestic front with UKIP and so forth, he wanted to be

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able to say he is going to renegotiate with Mr Juncker. He is a

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Federalist. Unfortunately, fools rush in, and that's what the Prime

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Minister appears to have done. On to have done. Onto the times. Michael

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Gove under the ban on school holidays during term time. Court

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tests now, says the ban on Sunday Times.

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This is an interesting story. This is about a man who took his kids out

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of school to attend their memorial service for the great`grandfather in

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America and then got ?120 fine. He has taken great exception to this

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and is taking a lawsuit under the human rights act. Said should. We

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are using the criminal law effectively because somebody has

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gone to a memorial service quest among this is not what the criminal

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war is about to be used for. You make a mockery of Mr Goh than any

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politician when you use the criminal law here. `` Mr Gove. So what you're

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saying is it is criminalising parents? More than that. Nobody

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respects a law that is useless in reality. Some tour companies are

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actually offering the discount that it would cost you on the holiday to

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take a child out of term time. Is all very well that this is somebody

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who has a lot of resources, who is a high`flying person who can take on a

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case like this, but we would like to know how many people out there are

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actually taking their children to school now when they might not have

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done before as a result of this law. Perhaps there is some digging to be

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done on whether it is actually working. We will talk about it more

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next time but interestingly it is being looked at. And I have a lot to

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say that. Will say that until 11:30pm. We'll just go through few

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wallpapers. Cameron warned the NHS is in danger of collapse in the next

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five years. I don't know whether people at home feel the same high

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way `` the same way. It doesn't seem that a week goes by that there isn't

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a story about the NHS facing collapse all being in trouble.

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That's because it's a difficult topic, particularly for the

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Conservatives, but all politicians. If I said to you, Wi`Fi asked

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Matthew, if you had to define the NHS in its point and its purpose,

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would you say? Welcomer is obviously to provide everything to everyone.

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Isn't it. `` well, it is. Well what we want from our NHS is to mark it

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is poorly defined. Do think it's too much? Psion macro yellow

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we sometimes lose sight of that. Do think that there is a danger of the

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NHS becoming politicised, if it hasn't already quest amuck we hear

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this all the time don't we, about how the NHS can be saved and yet the

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stories continue. And they are going to. We talked a few weeks ago about

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the story on tax avoidance by these huge multinational corporations.

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Amazon has been named, Starbucks and others. We should join the dots

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here. We should be doing a better job of enforcing tax payments by

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these huge multinationals. This would cover that holding a budget

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pretty quickly. All we could just give more about nurses. Nurses to

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the rescue, says the express. Tell us about this. The idea is to take

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some of the strain of the GPs by having the nurses take

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responsibility is like diabetes checkups and so on. On the surface

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it doesn't sell a cabal idea. It sensible because a any hours are

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being used by people who can't get appointments. His one way to take

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the burden of GPs. As long as we don't get to a situation where

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nurses are being expected to just do this thing, just do that thing, and

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effectively become paramedics rather than what they are supposed to do,

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which is very important care and monitoring. I just want to squeeze

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this in because you know I am a massive Doctor Who fan. New photos

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from the BBC. Also on the inside pages as well, a new look at the new

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Doctor based on the rock legend David Bowie. At the new Doctor has

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even got the David Bowie look with the shirt button right up to the

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top. For Time Lord this seems a little in vogue when he aspires to

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be travelling to and from places. Family, is only the shirt which is a

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likeness to David Bowie. Its inspiration isn't it. He was a big

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David Bowie fan, so it's a dream for him. David Tennant 's words to the

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producers was as I will take the job as long as I can have a big long

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coat. I would say I would do it if I could dress as top gear Stig. Thank

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you very much. You stained with BBC for the latest headlines. Next the

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weather. `` to stay with BBC. Hello, the forecast over the next

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couple of days will see things settling down as we lose the showers

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and many places will be dry. There might still be one or two rambling

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