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Radamel Falcao on a season`long loan deal. He is United's six signing of

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the summer. That is in Sportsday after the papers.

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Hello and welcome to our look ahead to what the the papers

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With me are the broadcaster Penny Smith

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Let's look at some of the morning papers. The Daily Express is leading

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an David Cameron's plans to tackle the terror threat to the UK by

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giving the police temporary powers to seize passports of suspects. The

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Guardian claims a keeper Bozo to stop terror suspects returning to

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the UK has had to be shelved `` claims a key proposal. Britain may

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join American air strikes on Iraq and Syria if national security is

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threatened according to the Daily Telegraph. A poll commissioned for

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the Independent suggests they would be strong public opposition in

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Britain went ahead with air strikes against Islamic State. The metro

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claims that Apple is under pressure to improve its security after

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hackers stole naked photographs of female celebrities including

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Jennifer Lawrence. The hacking story is on the front page of the Daily

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Star which claims the actress and model Kelly Brook was one of the

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celebrities who had rowed across stolen. We start with the Daily

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Telegraph, the UK ready to take steps, David Cameron with proposals

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that he hopes will make us safer from these people going to fight in

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Iraq and Syria. Does it make much sense according to the Telegraph? We

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have been waiting for the non`knee`jerk reaction for a little

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while. Everybody was saying don't have a knee jerk reaction to the

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James Foley execution. This does not seem to be much of a reaction at

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all. A lot of words about doing this and this, a programme for the

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radicalisation `` but how do we know who is out there? We have been told

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500 people, but how do they know? How can they de`radicalise people?

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Are they profiling people? How do they do that? There are many words

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here, but I can't see where the meat is that we badly need. White but do

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we, do we need to hear more? Civil liberties campaigners would argue

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that the laws are already there. If you know somebody has gone over

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there and taken part in terrorist activity, then press charges and

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lock them up it is a jihadi wearing a Mexican hat

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and carrying a donkey, saying "nobody will know you have been

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fighting in Iraq or Syria." That's the point, it isn't difficult to

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change, not difficult to get a new passport probably. They have been

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borrowing passports already, going out with passports of people who

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look vaguely like them. What the Conservative get of the coalition

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really wanted to do, what many people in the country feel should

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happen is that if it is known you have gone out there, you cannot come

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back into the country. They cannot do that and that is the problem.

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Nick Clegg is also saying that a lot of this is not going to pass muster

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when you talk about human rights. If you go down this route, all I can

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see the endless court cases, people saying they have been wrongly

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imprisoned, had their passport away, that they were not there. We have

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been told it is illegal under international law to render someone

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who is a British citizen stateless. They can take away citizenship from

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someone who has been naturalised in Britain, that's one thing they are

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looking at, and they can take away citizenship from somebody who is

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awaiting British citizenship, somebody who has a passport and it

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is in a work `` in the works. But who is out there? The answer is that

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they do not know. What is interesting about this politically

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is how damaging it looks for Nick Clegg, to the country. Is it a

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U`turn? Signing up to the proposals. Absolutely, but they say

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they have kicked into the long grass of the issues that David Cameron

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wanted to address today. They negotiated over the weekend. I've

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been reading a lot of comments about the Lib Dems, and my programme is

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asking questions and many people think it is damaging for them

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because they might look weak, like they are putting Civil Liberties

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ahead of security. Certainly many commentators are saying that they

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have got to balance it right, the Lib Dems. Although they are right to

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protect our Civil Liberties, for those people who are afraid... I

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just wonder if anybody is going to feel more secure, even if these are

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brought in. Is anybody going to feel safer? Staying with the Telegraph

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now, the eye cloud `` iCloud. We were saying that we don't understand

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it. White the Daily Telegraph has a photograph of Jennifer Lawrence. ``

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the Daily Telegraph has photographs of Jennifer Lawrence. Photographs

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had been released which she thought were deleted long ago. We think that

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they were on iCloud. We are a bit long in the tooth to embrace the

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technology. We have heard about iCloud. We have been we were told

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that everything was safe, you think you have deleted it but it seems

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not. These... The iCloud has essentially been hacked. You don't

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have any idea! It is like climbing up a tree and there is a cloud

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there. I was talking to my floor manager who said that apparently,

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there is stuff on the Internet, right? If you delete something...

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From the Internet? From your e`mail, for instance, it is backed up on the

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cloud. You are doing that like it is a real cloud! One of the actresses

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who had pictures splashed around said that she was told these

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pictures had been deleted long ago. If you delete something, I'm sure

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people on Twitter will tell us what we should be talking about, even if

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you delete something it is still back up. It is only deleted on your

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phone. And the cloud, it is a server somewhere? There are servers in

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Wisconsin, Delaware somewhere. So it does not even looked like a cloud?

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No, it is a big ugly building! We shouldn't laugh, it is a bad dory.

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It is a problem for all of us, we are told that something is secure,

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and we assume it is because we don't have the technological knowledge, I

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don't, to question it. We are told that it is backed up, if you lose

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your phone it is all still bear. It is like the technology has run away

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we think it is quite exciting. We are so excited about using it, it is

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great, we buy the products but there is a lot underneath we don't ask

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about. There is this thing about the dark web, which I am scared about.

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The dark web! Let's move on to the Independent. A poll on air strikes

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in Iraq. Apparently there is strong public opposition to the UK being

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involved with America in attacking ISIS,

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sold as something new. Doing the shows that I do, asking about public

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opinion, phoning in, this isn't new. I would say that this is pretty

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evident. What is it, 50% of us are against, 33% are in favour, and 15%

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are undecided as to whether it's a good idea or not. I don't think that

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has changed. I thought that might have changed a bit weird the severe

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threat coming in. And David Cameron's comments making it clear

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that this is a very serious threat. He is saying that if he feels he has

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to join the Americans, he will do it to join the Americans, he will do it

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without going to MPs first. Because he was burnt over Syria. There are

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reports on page four and page five. I was wondering when this opinion

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poll was taken, whether it was... That is the feedback I have been

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getting, I don't know about you. I wonder if it has changed, whether it

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was done before the severe threat on Friday. White staying with the

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independent `` staying with the independent, coping about wealthy

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criminals the fact that anybody would think

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that criminals were not clever, when of course they are clever. They can

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run rings. Crime pays? Half ?1 billion is issued, the police, when

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they have caught a rich crook and they are going to take their assets

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the way. Confiscation. Yes, half ?1 billion is owed and they say that

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realistically we will get 160 million, or not. Probably they are

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not the cleverest of the rich criminals. The front page of the

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Guardian. It says that they are practised rutting. I like the

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picture because although it does not feel like it in many places and the

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temperatures are going to go up, it is actually the start of autumn. It

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has been a brilliant summer for a lot of people and there is something

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quite nice. August has been terrible! I went for a walk in Devon

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and the hedgerows are groaning, there are so many blackberries. Some

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of them have gone to the iCloud! We will work out exactly what it is,

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hopefully, when we revisit the newspapers again. Stay with us. At

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the top of the hour we will have much more on the situation regarding

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the government's anti`terror measures announced by the Prime

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Minister, in tackling British`born jihadists. Now, Sportsday.

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Hello and welcome to Sportsday, I'm John Watson, live from the

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