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Rooney. We also have the Champions League draw and the results from the
Europa League. Hello and welcome to our look ahead
to what the the papers will be bringing us tomorrow. With me are
Kate Devlin, Political Correspondent of The Herald and in Glasgow, Susan
Stewart from Women for Independence. Tomorrow's front pages:
The Financial Times says David Cameron is scrambling to
restore order in his party after the defection
of the leading Tory eurosceptic MP, Douglas Carswell, to UKIP.
The Express leads with the same story
The Telegraph reports
The Guardian leads on the crisis in Ukraine `
and the indications that hundreds of Russian troops are involved.
The Metro leads on the scandal
found police tried to 'disprove' victim's accounts of their abuse.
The Mail reports claims that eight more
warned to brace himself for more defections in thecoming months.
What do you make of this take on this? I think the rate to use world.
It is not very often that this can happen. What they are talking
about, potentially other people following Carswell. I think David
Cameron could have been forgiven for wanting to go back to bed this
morning. One of the reasons is that the official migrant numbers have
risen again. Even farther away from his target. This has always been the
problem. Very interesting, when Carswell don't make this
announcement, it was not just about the European Union. He criticised
David Cameron about you look, but also political reform, not being
series about that. `` Europe. People who know Carswell well, they wonder
if this is actually seen an opportunity in UKIP. He could almost
take over. He wants to make it more connected. But the problem. It is
meat and play death. The world shock. Or are you shocked? Nobody
saw this coming. Despite David Cameron keeping you are done these
things, the divisions, we did not see this coming. Carswell chose to
go. His reception may have been another reason. Interestingly, the
Daily Express looks at the migration figures. Of course, in Scotland, to
divert and cultures. Scotland needs significant numbers of migrants. It
was 14,000, a recent estimate. Again, quite different attitudes.
What is your response to that? I agree. The repercussions are going
to be very interesting. It is a difficult period for David Cameron.
And they have chosen to do it now until the Conservative Party
conference. And the next newspaper is continuing the theme? They are
looking for the search for more with others. Every political journalist
will have been speaking to backbenchers. Hoping to get some of
us who will join Carswell. I agree as well. Nobody saw this coming.
Including the Prime Minister. David Cameron reeling. Staying with the
Financial Times, it is a very vivid photographs. NATO say that over 1000
Russian troops were operating in the country. You can see why they have
chosen this picture. It is human eyes is the issue. `` humanises the
issue. The man in the picture looks incredibly young. But they still
seem to be struggling with us, interestingly, they have not used
the world invaded. Also, the world invasion is clearly going to be
key. It features in one of the other headlines. President Obama was asked
what he thought and he did not use that world. In terms of the
legality, any international response, I think everybody is being
very careful. But Ukraine are fairly clear, the fuel that the Russian
troops have invaded. The soldier does look very young indeed. It is
the only people that has chosen to use a picture to represent the
situation. Now, you want about the police force must quite demands. The
growing pressure on the police and drain Commissioner. `` crime. The
Prime Minister has added his voice to this. The problem is that he is
independent, he does not have to go. Seems to be Norwegian foursome.
Also, Carswell complained about the recall of MPs not happening any time
soon. If it did happen, we would have to include the people from the
commissions. One more world on this, the events in Rotherham? Is two
points. When people read the language used, the police having a
disregard for victims, another newspaper also says they try to
undermine the victims, almost a sense of revulsion. Nobody seems to
be able to do anything to remove him. Interestingly, the other thing
is that Ed Miliband, as far as I can see, has not said anything about his
position. That is Julius. `` curious. Moving to the Scottish
Telegraph, I am pretty confident you will not agree with David Cameron. I
am a little surprised the Prime Minister came to Glasgow tonight and
did not say anything new, or give any new or positive reasons for
maintenance of the union. Of course, many people in Scotland would like
to see the Prime Minister in Scotland debating the First
Minister, Alex Salmond, but the Prime Minister has said no to that.
It strikes me that the Prime Minister is either in this debate,
or not. If he is in the debate, I am not sure that Scots will feel it is
good enough to fly into Glasgow for a day, not speak to many ordinary
people, not do any interviews. I think he did one with the BBC and
then went home. People in Scotland want to see a debate between the
Prime Minister, the leader of the Westminster government and the First
Minister, Alex Salmond. Thus far, Mr Cameron has said absolutely not.
Kate, I suppose the is the idea that the Mr cannot win here, because he
either goes to Glasgow and he speaks as he has tonight, or he stays away.
Alex Salmond says he wants to debate, the priming us to has said
no, and it is a difficult line to tread. It is a difficult line to
tread. This is the issue with a Conservative Prime Minister who
decided to hold this referendum and core Alex Salmond's bluff. He knew
his party was not popular in Scotland and he would face these
issues. He also faces lots of other issues. Everything has come together
at the same time. We have a slightly different take on our front page
tomorrow, which is that it is embarrassing for the Prime Minister,
because just before he spoke, the president of CBI stood up and told
him the EU referendum is actually what is causing problems for
business. He told him that to his face. That is interesting. Maybe we
will go back to that in an hour, and to the bake off scandal, which we
are keen to speak about. For the time being, thank you for being part
of the paper review tonight. They will be with us again in an hour. At
11pm, the latest on the political fallout following the defection of
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