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Hamilton, the other is Welsh referee Nigel Owens taking charge of the

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rugby World Cup final. And Jose Mourinho is in

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Hello and welcome to our look ahead to what the papers

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With me are the former Sunday Express editor Eve Pollard

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Many leading on the defeat on tax credits in the House of Lords. The

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Times calls it a humiliating defeat. The Guardian say that a rapid review

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of the House of Lords is being launched. The daily Mirror along

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with many papers pictures the Duchess of Cambridge and Daniel

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Craig at the premiere of the latest James Bond movie. In the Daily Mail

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it says service men have been banned from joining a rally over a Royal

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Marine jailed for a battlefield murder. The daily express has the

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processed meat-macro story. And the Financial Times covers the story

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about a 15-year-old arrested over the TalkTalk cyber attack. The big

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story, drama in the House of Lords. That in itself would be a headline!

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Often you are watching and nodding off but in the mother of all

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Parliaments it is the mother and father of an argument. In the

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Guardian, PM's warning to peers after tax rebellion. It has become

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interesting. The House of Lords thing has become interesting. They

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fired half the hereditary is and it was going so well and in the last

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few months since the election, various people have gone to the

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House of Lords people are wondering what they are doing. I don't

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understand why there are so many more. 100 Lib Dem peers, which seems

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crazy where there are only eight MPs. The important people are those

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who are going to suffer. To be fair what George Osborne has said is, I

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have listened, I am listening, and I intend to help through a transition

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period. He has more or less been forced with the result of one of the

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votes tonight. Nicky Morgan said yesterday... The Education

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Secretary. Nothing could be worse than worrying about... You are not

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well paid and losing more than ?1000. I would be more concerned

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about this government and George Osborne's Fiori if this government

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has lifted a finger to reform the House of Lords. Went over the past

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six years they have. -- they have not done anything. If there were a

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Coalition Government still, would we be having this debate this evening?

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This is where you land up. He says, I'm listening, and I can still

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achieve what I want to achieve. My question is, why were you not

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achieving it before all this? We can look at the Guardian newspaper. PM

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warning to peers. It is two stories, the tax credit and the policy that

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affects people, but the constitutional issue. They are not

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elected. Often they have been people the voters have said no thank you,

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we don't want you, and they are sent up to the House of Lords. It is

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quite funny, really. It does seem a mess and if you know anybody in the

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House of Lords, they say there is no room for them. There seems to be

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thousands of them. It has not really interested David Cameron and George

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Osborne. House of Lords reform is a dull subject until something like

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this happens and the world explodes. They were not supposed to

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adjudicate on something about money. Since 1911. He is in a situation, I

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mean they have only just created a whole new raft of peers. And now he

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is saying we have to do have constitutionally a reconsideration

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of this matter. Will he put in a lot more. Or throw some out?

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Defenestration would be fun to watch! The House of Lords has been a

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mess since they got rid of the hereditary peers, who were slightly

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barking but some were great experts. Indeed. I take it you are not

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looking for places on those red benches. I would like the Ermine.

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Very flattering! The Financial Times, a lot of people will say,

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what?! We can only do the basic facts of the rest in the TalkTalk

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case, but it is extraordinary. These are torrid and now embarrassing

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times for TalkTalk. Yes, this 15-year-old and goodness knows what

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that is all about. The share price of TalkTalk, people are talking

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about the future of this company at all. He is a 15-year-old arrested in

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Northern Ireland with a joint operation between police on both

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sides of the water. But 15-year-olds are geniuses at computers. There was

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another boy we gladly did not send to America who got into the CIA or

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American army or something. They are geniuses at this. TalkTalk's

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reputation. They sent up the warnings and said things are

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terrible and then they say they are being blackmailed. And the poor old

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chief executive said no system is free from vulnerabilities. It is

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worrying. We do so much stuff online, I hope this makes everybody

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check their security. There has been an excuse to do that. We are

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rattling on. We might have more time at 11:30pm. The daily express, your

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old newspaper group. They love stories about house prices, weather

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and food. I did not use to do many of those. 75 years ago! Circulation

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of over 3 billion. Interesting. We are told to follow a Mediterranean

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diet. As far as I know the Mediterranean diet is full of ham,

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salami, and yet we are told -- circulation of 3 million. And now we

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are told these will kill us. But used to be like that. They are not

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saying it directly causes cancer, it can add to the risk. The daily

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express says foods like hotdogs bacon will be placed in the same

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category as plutonium and smoking as things that definitely cause cancer.

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I guess as all things it is moderation. I suppose if you have

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bacon this week it will not affect you, but if you have it every day...

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I was offered a sausage baguette. BBC canteen? No. On a Virgin train.

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I said no. I have read the daily express and I will not have it! He

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looked at me askance. I had always had it in the past. I was talking in

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an interview with a chap from America who has done a lot of work

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on it and he said that that being a vegetarian is not good. What is

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left. Red wine! People will look at this and say hang on. People eat a

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vast amount of this, no matter what the warnings. A bit of it probably

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does not hurt you and there is probably an enormous difference in

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the quality between some sausages and others and some bacon and

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others. People have been curing meat ever since time began and that is

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how it lasted through the winter and how you survived. There are GPs, my

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former GP now retired, said to me, what you need, David, is a good full

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English breakfast to cheer you up. I always remember that advice. He has

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retired, he is in good health? Very good health, I think. Let's get to

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serious matters. The Telegraph. A lovely picture of the Duchess of

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Cambridge looking fabulous. She is at the premiere at the Albert Hall,

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an interesting place to have it. You can squash a lot of people in there.

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Likewise on the front of The Daily Record, Monica Baluchi, 51. --

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Belluci. I am surprised you are not there. I am occasionally lucky to go

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to premiers. But it is much nicer to be wearing an old pair of jeans in

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the back-seat with your old People tell me there is too much

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violence in this film. It has been given five stars by everybody. And

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Sam Mendez, the last James Bond was a one. -- Mendes. He is a good

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director. He definitely is. I can tell you the ones I have seen every

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Christmas. Goldfinger, how many Christmas is running? I will stick

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with Daniel Craig. He does not look like a man who eats too many bacon

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sandwiches. Thank you very much. That is it from the papers this

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hour. We will take another look at them at 11:30pm. Next, sport.

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