20/07/2014 The Papers


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

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us tomorrow. Let's make a start with the

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Telegraph. Most are leading with the plane crash. They say that the

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rebels may keep the bodies as they bargaining chip. There is a picture

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of Rory McIlroy 's when, `` win. Gaza faces its happiest day of

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Israeli shelling. That is in the Guardian. The Independent has

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tougher sanctions. The Financial Times has an ultimatum to President

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Putin. In the Daily Mail, David Cameron threatens to freeze assets.

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This is the front page of the Mirror, with what have you got to

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hide? There is a picture of a black box being taken away. A change to

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pensions is expected to affect millions of people in Britain. We

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seem to have a lot of comment tonight on Twitter, suggesting that

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people are not coming down on one side of another when it comes to

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certain stories. It is difficult with certain stories because you are

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accused of bias one way or another. We will start with the Times. The

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world is watching, David Cameron says to President Putin. They have

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the story about rocket launchers shooting down the plane and Russia

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allowing separatist inside. Then there is talk about the equipment

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being taken back to Russia. We have intelligence from America saying

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that Russia was at fault, but that is not a surprise. John Kerry has

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said that these three missile carriers have been put across the

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border at night. This was within hours of the incident. These things

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are coming to light and fuelling the anger that people are feeling and

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the desire for justice. There is an obvious area of something to hide.

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`` air. If you bring it back over the border, it doesn't sound

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innocent. There was talk in another paper of keeping hold of the black

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boxes and hiding them. This isn't the action of an innocent man. All

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fingers point to Russia. The difficulty is that the investigators

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need to get unfettered access to the site. It is difficult in this area.

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They haven't had the access they wanted. You have European monitors

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in eastern Ukraine will choose rebel held. There are different sets of

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interest is competing. `` interests. With this kind of tragedy of this

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magnitude, independent investigators have to come in. I am glad that

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David Cameron is pushing for unfettered access from President

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Putin to try and figure out what happened. This is what these loved

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ones deserve. The human part of the story that we can't overlook is that

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despite what else might be found, there are still over 100 bodies at

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the site, some still strapped to their chairs. They are bringing a

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crane in today to look at the fuselage. They have found at least

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200. We need to find the other 100 bodies. It is for the sake of people

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who need to know who was on board. We go to the Daily Mail. It is about

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President Putin and David Cameron saying that he is contributed to an

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appalling tragedy. We are still only getting the Downing Street

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perspective. That's right. David Cameron is playing the big band and

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saying he is going to down hard. `` big man. Then he says of course he

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wouldn't go to war. He knows how far he can go. They can slap wrist and

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they can freeze assets, but there is only so far. Philip Hammond used the

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word crony when he was talking about President Putin. They are talking

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about the people around him. It has criminal undertones. It is

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definitely talking about stepping up the rhetoric. Something has to be

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done. All the pressure on President Putin seems to come to nothing. If

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they can hassle the people inside his inner circle and make a

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financial impact and restrict their travel and investments, something

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has to be done and this seems like a good course of action. It is whether

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they can go through with it. Then a discussion in the Daily Mirror about

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bodies being put into trains. There is so much evidence that needs to be

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collected from the crash site. Already the sanctions are biting

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hard after what happened in Crimea. This is creating an economic squeeze

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that effects exchange rates and business. David Cameron has made the

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point about Harvey West often acts like it needs Russia more. However,

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our economy is bigger than the Russian economy. The other

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interesting thing is that John Kerry has said that the lack of access has

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made it clear about their culpability. That is diplomatic talk

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about what have they got to hide. It is interesting. The Russian media

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already had a pre` made and detailed explanation about other causes for

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this. It seemed like propaganda that they already had the answers. They

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had pieces on their news channel that was ready to explain different

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options. We are never subject to propaganda,

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are we! Then we go to the story about Gaza in the Guardian. We know

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that the crisis has escalated and 13 Israeli soldiers were killed

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overnight. It is extraordinary to switch on the television and see the

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heartbreaking stories all over the world. This would be front and

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centre if we have not had the plane crashed. It is tragic. 75% of the

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Palestinians killed have been civilians so far. Israel started on

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the edge to try to take the tunnels. Now they have moved in with

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indiscriminate fire. So many people have lost their lives. Benjamin

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Netanyahu has said that they do give warnings, but it is a place that is

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so densely populated, where do you go to? You can go next door? We have

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got some slack about this on Twitter, but I honestly think it is

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too conjugated to pick sides. There is a picture of a little Alway being

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carried into a hospital by a policeman. I don't think we can show

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you the picture very readily. I think it may be unusable. I can hold

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it up. This is the old school way and it still works. They say it is

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limited in scope, the Israeli army, but it is still growing. It is the

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bloodiest day in their history for ten years. It is just a question of

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how quickly the two sides have political pressure making them step

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back. Israel will be counting the cost. They haven't lost as many

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here. 13 have been killed. 13 compared to 400. Yes, but compared

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to 2008, this will have hit them hard. This is in the Daily

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Telegraph. Britain 's economy has finally recovered from the blow it

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suffered in 2008. Output has surpassed the peak we saw in that

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year, according to the chief economic adviser of Ernst and

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Young. This will be very handy for the Coalition. They say that

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predictions will be out on Friday on the office of National statistics.

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It is just about how much weight we give these predictions. Unless the

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average person is feeling this, you can't declare the recession is over

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intellect has made its way into real life. It is good news, but I'm sure

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people won't trust it until they feel it in their bank account. It is

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interesting what Ken Clarke has said. There is recovery, but not

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enough. There is too much focus on London financial services and not

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enough on us making things. From a personal point of view, Ken Clarke

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is still making trouble for the government even when he is not in

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it. With people shifting around money, rather than building stuff it

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is interesting. This is interesting. Employment growth has been driven by

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older workers retiring earlier. Then there are people going into work are

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getting a decent wage. That is interesting. Then there are new

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immigrants. We don't necessarily hear that being reported. There was

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a headline in the conservative press saying more people working than ever

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before, but they didn't say that there are more people than ever

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before. The statistic isn't as useful as you might think. Then

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there are the zero hour contracts. There are also the brilliant things

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that immigrants bring to our country. Do

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this next story. There is not a lot of light relief around, so

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bear with us. The Daily Express has a story about the Rolling Stones.

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Ronnie Wood does chicks `` does jigsaw puzzles. There is a

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tiny picture of Ronnie Wood and Mick Jagger. Apparently when they are

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together, they do jigsaw puzzles and go through box sets. Interesting to

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think of them watching game of Thrones. Apparently his wife

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organised a backgammon competition. It is because they have done all the

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drugs that they can do. I think I could beat them. That is deceitful

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or the papers tonight. Thank you very much for that. Coming up next,

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the film review.

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