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will have more on that and reaction to the Premier League action is

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like, cricket, tennis, and boxing, that is all coming up after the

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papers. Hello and welcome to our look ahead

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to what the the papers will be With me are Dan Bilefsky from the

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New York Times and Tim Montgomerie, The FT leads with reports that

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senior European Central Bank officials held meetings with senior

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figures from the financial service industry in the run-up to making

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important policy decisions like The I says some police and crime

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commissioners are threatening to sue the Home Office over planned funding

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changes which they claim are "unfair The Metro has more woe for Chelsea

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manager Jose Mourinho - he's now being taken to court by the football

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club's former head physio Eva Carneiro over the dispute which saw

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her banished from the team bench. The Telegraph says some of Baroness

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Thatcher's clothes, jewellery and political mementoes are to be

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auctioned off after the Victoria and Albert Museum turned down an offer

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to put them on display. The Daily Star carries a picture of

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London's Docklands enshrouded in fog and warns that it may last for more

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than a week. The Guardian says the Prime Minister

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has abandoned plans for British airstrikes

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on Islamic State targets in Syria. And The Times also leads on that

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story - alongside a picture the widow and daughter of PC Phillips,

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the police officer killed while trying to stop a truck -

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thousands of colleagues attended We will begin with the Times, our

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times, can I call it that? You made. It is owned by Rupert Murdoch, I

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properly shouldn't... And now to the story, David Cameron backs down over

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plan to bomb Syria. The Conservatives and the Lib Dems tried

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this in 2013 and they lost the vote. They thought maybe with a change of

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government, they might get it through. Absolutely. That is what

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the Prime Minister would like to do, he would like to be leading and

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helping to lead the international fight against what we are seeing in

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Syria, many of the problems of immigration that we have been

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worrying about, people feel unrooted in the searing crisis and if we

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don't tackle these problems at source, and you can disagree about

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the way of tackling it, but the Prime Minister thinks this is the

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kind of intervention we need, but he would not bring another vote to the

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House of Commons, after losing it once, a couple of years ago. He

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would not do that if he could not be sure of getting it through, and he

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fears there are so many Tory MPs who have misgivings about getting

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involved in another foreign war that he did not get this past the House

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of Commons, and because there's a risk that would be defeated, he

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cannot be defeated twice. How does this look like the UK -- how does

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this make the UK look? Is it a major power? Defensive spending has been

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cut, and this is another example, we have France trying to exert itself

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in Syria, they have sent some advisers to Syria, but we have got

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Britain retrenching, that plays into the notion that Britain is no longer

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aspires to be a global player. When they have those allies who think

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that David Cameron cannot get the vote through, so he cannot carry on

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with the strikes? I'm wondering to the extent that Jeremy Corbyn is

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planning a part in this decision. There was hope, that there would be

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Labour rebels against Jeremy Corbyn's position, but it does not

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seem there will be enough Labour rebels to outweigh the number of

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Tory rebels. These are issues which have split the parties within, as

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much as between. You have noninterventionist and

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interventionists in both parties and you need them to cobble together a

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cross-party coalition, to get this through, and David Cameron has

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concluded that he cannot get this through the House of Commons. It is

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a very complicated picture. And now to another story, police chiefs

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threatened to sue the Home Office because of changes to funding. Some

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forces will lose out on funding and they are threatening the Home

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Secretary with a judicial review. Some forces feel they cannot bear

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any more cuts. At the time of austerity we are seeing these cuts

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on across-the-board, and in New York in 2011, they tried similar cuts,

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with a $400 million deficit, and the murder rate went down, not long

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after, and so the histrionic reaction might just be that. And the

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other hand, it was an interesting counterpoint with the tragic killing

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of this British police officer, that these are cuts which are happening

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almost within a 24-hour period. Interesting counterpoint. Some

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forces are facing cuts between 25 and 40% and they say they cannot

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attend crimes like burglaries. That will alarm the public, the overall

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picture is that we are seeing a global reduction in crime, even

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though we have seen big cuts already in place budget, crime is continuing

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to fall, but the question is, are we going to get to the point where the

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public start to see services like proper police attendance at various

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forms of crime withdrawn or delayed? The police have a vested interest in

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this, they might not be the most independent people to be judging

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this, but they now say that the cuts have gone far enough and if they go

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any further, core services will be imperilled. The Financial Times.

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EPA, the Environment Protection Agency in the United States, alleges

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that VW cheated on prestige Porsche and Audi models. It is not just the

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cars that I like driving, but something that you might, as well.

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The New York Times type of car. We would aspire to drive Porsches.

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Course. It goes further than those top-level cars which until now we

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were not aware they might have the software, as well. Volkswagen were

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reeling from the initial allegations, and now the more

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prestige cars are recused of potentially having these cheating

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devices in them and that is another blow to the prestige of this

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company, but also to Germany. -- are recused. Germany's reputation is

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built on its manufacturing. -- are accused. I cannot help asking, are

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people going to buy less Porsches and Mercedes, because of the

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emissions rating? You buy these cars because you trust them for a

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liability, and if you pay extra for these cars, will you pay extra if

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they are damaged in this way? You won't buy any more Porsches Quest

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For More they will have to pay big fines -- you won't buy any more

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Porsches? We have a statement from VW, they say that they wish to

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emphasise that no software has been installed in the three litre diesel

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power units to alter emission characteristics in a forbidden

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manner. They said they will cooperate in this matter. Forbidden

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manner, what does that mean? That is the worst kind of corporate tour,

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maybe it was better in German. Yes, something lost in translation. This

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is Liz Truss saying that she cuts the bad bits off food which is

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passed the best before date. I'm squeamish North American, we just

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had a story about mouldy bread, and Americans, we have a perception of

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being very healthy and very squeamish, when it comes to mould

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them but you Brits are made of tougher things. We are, it's the

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climate. Maybe so, it is foggy and rainy and may be you like mouldy

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bread. I'm not sure I would want to eat mouldy bread. I'm with Liz

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Truss, she says that she is of the school, if the cheese has got mould

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on it, just cut the end off and eat the rest. I was in France, and all

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of my French colleagues would begrudge me if I did not eat mouldy

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cheese. Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall has been looking at the War of

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waste, third food in this country does not get eaten, so maybe this

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trust will have a look at that. The fee and a Thamesdown be Margaret

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Thatcher collection. -- Victoria and Albert Museum turns down the

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Margaret Thatcher collection. This is outrageous. Something we agree

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on. We are agreed, Margaret Thatcher is a global I come, she changed 21st

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century history, and it's hard to imagine that they would not attract

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people, she was a political Queen. -- global icon. She did not wear a

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high-end fashion, she was no Princess Diana. She did where

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produce brands, especially in her more majestic years. -- she did

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where close I do not think she would approve of

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your colours tonight. I doubt she would, but maybe that is all to the

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good. If it is going to be auctioned, you can buy yourself and

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so. Moving swiftly on. -- buy yourself a memento. And now, the

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former Chelsea doctor, Eva Carneiro, who rather ceremoniously was ousted

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from Chelsea. You know a bit about this? Such a sad story, to see

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Chelsea's fall and fall, it gets worse, they had a terrible result at

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the weekend, losing against Liverpool, Jose Mourinho behaving

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like a child in his press conferences and now one of the

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instances which was the early warning that the season was growing

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bullseye going wrong, -- that the season was going wrong, when Jose

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Mourinho had the falling out with Eva Carneiro, and he is being sued

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personally. This is endlessly fascinating. Nothing to do with the

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fact that she looks very sexy and attractive. You support Manchester

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United? Yes. Would you turn down Jose Mourinho? Not a couple of years

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ago, but now I think he has really damaged himself, not just the

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performance, which is a great collapse, but how he has behaved

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afterwards, trying to blame everyone else but himself for what is a

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terrible but formance. He called her naive, is that terrible? That is a

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bit rude, when she is an expert physio. It is soccer, you have got

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to choose a team. Right, I can't possibly, I need to retain my

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objectivity. I would try to persuade him, but it does not seem like it is

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likely. Maybe not. That is it for the first review, but my guests will

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be back at 1130. Stay with us, at 11 we have more on the possible causes

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of the Russian jet crash in the Sinai Peninsula at the weekend. The

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airline has ruled out pilot error, but the Egyptian authorities have

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said it is too early to say.

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