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England versus Norway and Germany versus Argentina. And England's

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women cricketers winning their 2020 International.

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

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With me are the Telegraph columnist Tim Stanley

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and the broadcaster and football commentator Clarke Carlisle.

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Let's have a look at some of the front pages. The Financial Times

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highlights the advance of the FTSE. It is heading to a record high

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despite the unrest in the Middle East and the Ukraine. The Telegraph

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talks of a warning that Scottish independence could see a sterling

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crisis. The express warns that kettles could be next after

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high`powered vacuum cleaners were banned. And the Guardian talks of

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the Prime Minister's plans to seek allies to destroy the Islamic State

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group. We are going to start with the front

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page of the Guardian. Mr Cameron and Barack Obama seeks allies to... That

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suggest that They were saying about turning it

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into a united Islamic front. They are trying to mobilise the entire

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extremists leg against them. They want a caliphate. They are thinking

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two steps ahead, but there are reports of the Taliban joining in.

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If the British get involved, then you might crush an uprising there,

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but you are pushing outside and it will start to pop up in other little

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pockets. You have to beat aware of the ramifications. This is why they

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are hesitant in the first place. The hesitancy that they are pointing

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to. Staying with the Guardian front page, police have told victims to

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solve crimes themselves! This is an interesting story. It is an

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interesting story. The story is inferring that police, when there

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are small crimes, criminal damage or theft from properties, they are

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questioning the victims over the phone, and asking them to do a

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little bit of investigative work themselves. Checking CCTV footage,

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that sort of thing. Seeing if there were any witnesses. You can

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understand that line if you just want background information before

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you send an officer on the scene. But for that to replace the officer,

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that could be the entire investigation, that is wrong. But he

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had to play devil's advocate. There are a lot of high impact crimes

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which do need investigating. The police force have had 20% of their

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funding cut in four years. We have had extensive job losses. They do

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have to prioritise. As long as it is prioritising and not replacing, that

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is the thing. Moving on, a report from Her Majesty 's Inspectorate

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Delap they have given up investigating

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certain crimes. Roger Baker is quoted as saying that what is

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happening as many crimes up on the verge of being decriminalised. I

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think it is disgusting. The police exist that in order to do their own

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job. They Delap it is what they are there for us.

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Roger Baker says that when the crime is committed, it is the job of

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the... I am not going to go knock a libertarian here, but if my phone is

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not working, and they tell me to fix it myself, I am able to change

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myself. The natural `` estate monopoly means that I can do nothing

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about it. `` state monopoly. You complete your sleuthing shoes on! Do

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I have a local chief constable? ! Quickly onto the Daily Telegraph.

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Will Pooley. He had Ibo le, now he does not. An amazing recovery. ``

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e`mail. The question is that it is

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incredibly expensive and it is experimental. He was able to get the

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drug under humanitarian grounds. It cannot just be handed out. So it is

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a tragedy that eight white Anglo`Saxon European`American gets

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it, it is an unfortunate coincidence. Let's move on briefly

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to the Financial Times. A Scottish Tory has boosted the note campaign

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in the independence referendum with a claimed that David Cameron is

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going to lose number ten anyway. So don't vote just kick him out. He is

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going to be gone. Because it will happen anyway! It is one of his own

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kinsman. It is quite unbelievable, this story. But it is true. I do not

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understand why this is rallying the no campaign, because how much

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control is our government currently having? How much control does David

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Cameron have other than deciding the amount of money that goes up to

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these purse strings Scottish Parliament? They are making a

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majority of their own decisions in the Scottish parliament. The point

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of the story is that a lot of traditional Labour voters are moving

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to the yes campaign because they are sick of David Cameron. For the sake

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of union and the country, it is tied to the Tory party to announce that

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they were never be in charge ever again! That is an interesting

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strategy! Yellow macro in philosophical terms, it is

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depressing and bizarre that it is not campaigning by an independent

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Scotland. But because of the Tories. It is offensive, because it suggests

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that all endless people are Tories. You guys are leaving the studio, and

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you will be back in an hour's time. Stay with us here on BBC News. We

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are going to have much more on what the perceived strategy that seems to

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be developing, some would argue, as to how to deal with the crisis

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threat. `` Isis. Hello and welcome to Sportsday `

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I'm Nina Warhurst. England manage a one nil win

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in their friendly against Norway at but only 40,000 are

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there to watch it. Argentina reap revenge on Germany

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after being beaten in the

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