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team. And England fall against Pakistan in

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the first one-day international against Pakistan in Abu Dhabi.

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That's after HARDTalk. -- The Mac papers.

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Hello and welcome to our look ahead to what the papers

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With me are Michael Booker, deputy editor of the Daily Express, and the

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financial commentator, Louise Cooper.

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The I's frontpage is dominated by the guilty verdicts for

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Comments from the murdered teenager's father

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and her father says Nathan Matthews should pay with his life.

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A vaccine may be the way forward in the fight

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against cholesterol - that's according to the Evening Standard.

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US Secretary of State John Kerry appears to have poured some cold

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water on the chances of a "legally-binding treaty" at the

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The Daily Telegraph reports on NICE findings that double the number of

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women going through the menopause should be given hormone replacement

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According to the lead story in the Times, Chancellor George

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Osborne wants to wrestle control of Trident funding away from the MoD

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- creating a new funding body that reports directly to the Treasury.

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The Metro is where we start, and the Becky wants trial. It is the telling

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quote from wiki's dad. I loved him like a son, now I would like him to

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hang. Pretty brutal words, but you can understand why he said that. The

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interview that the BBC has been running this evening with Becky

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Watts' father, and the stepmother, who is the mother of Becky's

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murderer. It is just such a terrible story. There's a couple of points to

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make. Firstly, if you look at, now all of the details are coming out,

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the life of the murderer, there seems to have been quite a lot of

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evidence that there was something desperately going wrong in his life.

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A daily addiction to pornography, a desperate order, an absent father,

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violence towards his girlfriend Shauna Hoare, who has been found

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guilty of manslaughter, use of prostitutes. There's a whole series

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building up to this appalling acts. For the parents, the couple, the

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mother almost looks catatonic. As a parent, somewhere in her, she must

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be asking, why didn't I see this happening to my son, and what did I

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do wrong? I think, distasteful... Absolutely devastating. The family

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absolutely torn apart. Sat together on that sofa, you fear for their

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future, because Haggui go on, knowing what has happened? Sometimes

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you have to conclude that some people are just born bad and are

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bad. It is sentencing tomorrow. Potential for him to get a

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whole-life tariff, and people will hope he will, many people. Her

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father saying that he she would -- he would like him to hang, opening

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the debate on the death penalty. It is about access to the Internet,

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what is legal, what isn't, in terms of porn. What he was looking at was

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actually legal. A lot of campaigners have said violent Internet

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pornography can be very damaging. It has been linked to various crimes,

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against women, generally. It took the jury 3.5 hours to see through

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him. It isn't long at all. To be found guilty of murder, his

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accomplice guilty of manslaughter. And the fact that he put everyone

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through it again. The video of him coolly going to a DIY store, buying

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a sore before he dismembered the body. All of that just shows you

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what his character in. What makes me very sad about this devastating

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story, a murder makes everything public. There's a lot of things that

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most of us wouldn't want to be made public, private lives, our failures

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as a parent, the things that go wrong. The trouble with murder is

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that it all becomes public. We are sitting here talking about a family

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who would really rather we didn't. Take us to the FT. Kerry warns

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climate deal will not be legally binding. We are talking protocols.

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This is John Kerry. The US Secretary of State. We have big climate change

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talks coming up. We thought we were going to get a treaty, some legally

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binding agreement on carbon emissions. Some people want a

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treaty. We are going to get a protocol. Not sure what the

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difference is! Territory is one of those politicians who wants a big

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legacy, getting the whole world together, delegates from 195

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countries, thrashing it out and coming up with something that isn't

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worth the paper it is written on, it looks like! One option is to make

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its rules and procedures legally binding, but not the actual targets.

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So the rules of the protocol on legally binding, but the targets on

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CO2 emissions won't be. Are the rules there to get you to the

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target? No idea. We are nearly there. Nearly agreeing something.

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Trying to get the Chinese to agree to this, because on Kyoto they

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didn't agree on the previous climate change agreement. The US signed it

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then, but didn't ratify it. It is all of these politics words that end

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up... Isn't there something that says the breeze that the Americans

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are taking this view is that if they did something that was legally

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binding, it would have to go through the Sennett? Mr Kerry said it was

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too early to call how a Republican-controlled Congress would

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respond to a global deal. Kerry is trying to do something here. He has

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spoken to every single news organisation in the last month.

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Meanwhile, we have floods. The Daily Telegraph front page, the number of

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women on HRT to double, according to NICE. The older I get, the more

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interested I am in this type of story! What they are essentially

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saying is that a lot of doctors have been frightened of hormone

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replacement therapy since a 2002 study linking it to breast cancer

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risk. They are saying that only one in ten going through the menopause,

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there's quite a few, 1.5 million women experiencing menopausal

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symptoms, but a small proportion are being prescribed HRT because there

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was a misunderstanding of what this study said, according to the report.

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They are saying that HRT is not scary, and for some reason, -- for

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some women, the effect of their symptoms is great, and the risk of

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breast cancer is not. It is risk and return, which is what they are

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saying. We have this all the time, with safe drinking levels. The

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problem is, the public sees that it is always changing. They might have

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another look at it in another tenuous. This is the current

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guidance, but people get far too confused by it, and try to stay away

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from it all together. Doctors are confused by it. People see it, and

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they react. This is Jeremy Corbyn, now a member of the Privy Council.

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He may have kissed the Queen 's hand, but he did not kneel. He said

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he would be a faithful servant to the Queen. Sometimes, you just have

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to be pragmatic. Even with his beliefs, we have had so much on what

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he believes that he doesn't want a monarchy, he may have kissed her

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hand, but we are not sure if we did. Do we care? Bee we are told he went

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along with the usual protocols. The latest Tony Benn wrote that he had

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kissed his own thumb rather than the Queen's hand! I felt a bit sorry for

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him with the remembrance, where they were asking whether it was a bowel,

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and then the fact he was talking to wall the veterinary. It has got to

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the point that you either like the guy you don't, and all of these

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stories are just going to reinforce it. Time is relatively tight, and we

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want to get the Daily Express' front page in! There's been a lot of,

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again NICE, about providing statins to people. Lots of people are on

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statins to lower cholesterol. Research has shown that they believe

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they have found a vaccine where instead of a daily pill, this will

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be an injection once every three months. In effect, it will be a lot

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cheaper for the NHS, when it gets to that stage. It also says it slashes

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cholesterol by up to 55%, whereas statins is 30%, and it doesn't have

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the side effects. It will be a few years off... This is only tests. I

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think it is NICE. It has been tested on animals, mice and monkeys. My

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concern is who is funding the research. I hope it is a university.

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If it is a drug company, they do tend to increase the price if it is

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a better drug, as they always do. I can see why they would do that, but

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it is just more pressure on NHS budgets. It is always good to end on

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a sceptical note! Thank you very much to Louise and Michael. They

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will be back in about 45 minutes for another look at the stories making

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the news tomorrow. Coming up, Sportsday.

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Hello and welcome to Sportsday. I'm Azi Farni.

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