17/11/2015 The Papers


17/11/2015

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news. Disappointment for bed and name -- for some who have been

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deprived their chance to represent their country. That will come up

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later after the papers. Hello and welcome to our look

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ahead to what the the papers With me are Tom Bergin,

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Business Correspondent at Reuters and Journalist Lucy Cavendish who

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writes for the Times. Tomorrow's front pages, starting

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with: Images from the England versus

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France friendly at Wembley is the choice of many of the front pages -

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the Metro has chosen this from that match - and mentions the

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security fears that caused the front of the i - but the main

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story is about David Cameron's decision to press for another vote

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on airstrikes over Syria. The Financial Times looks at Russian

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President Vladimir Putin's instruction to his naval commanders

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off the coast of Syria - to establish contact with French forces

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there and "work with them like But its main story focuses

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on Barclays and allegations it strikes on Islamic State in Iraq -

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along with an image of Charlie Sheen, who's announced that he's HIV

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positive. Let's begin. Similar pictures from

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when Billy on many of the pages this morning -- Wembley. It is very

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poignant. Black armbands and I think it is a clear example of the

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heartfelt grief and the outpouring of sympathy you were seeing around

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the world for France. President land will be travelling to the United

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States and Moscow. -- president land. A huge amount of Saint Aviva

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France. -- Francois Hollande. It is other divisions that probably

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need to be solved to move forward from a policy perspective and that

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may indeed happen when President Hollande goes to Moscow. Really what

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is amazing is something like this can bring people together. Standing

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together, quite a young team that we have fielded and I think it is a

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wonderful thing to do. It has real meaning. Ten tension to cancel that

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must've been huge. Prince William went, David Cameron went. It has

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obviously gone very well and it is great to see people standing

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together. And being together in a way when such a painful thing has

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happened. It is slightly cathartic. Football has captured the

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imagination of the front pages. The French and English teams on the

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front of the Daily Telegraph. Let's move on to their main story. The

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headline is that Cameron is ready to bomb Syria. David Cameron of course

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preparing the Commons for a vote on air strikes and the Telegraph said

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before Christmas. It seems that now is the time for him to do this. It

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was Hume Uniate in -- it was humiliating before. I imagine he now

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has the Commons behind him and now he will get it through. It does not

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look like it will be quite as simple as he thinks. Jeremy Corbyn is not

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necessarily going to come on board and various people are going in

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different directions and there is a question over whether it would work.

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He says it is getting rid of the head of the snake and it is

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protecting people here, but lots of people question whether that is the

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right policy. Lots of people are already bombing there and how is

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that working? If we move on to the i, a similar story, very interesting

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use of language. Picking up from what Lucy was saying, interesting

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they say, the Labour MPs are ready to defy Jeremy Corbyn and back the

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PM in a Commons vote. The newspapers are expecting that some

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conservatives will vote against the government and not in favour of

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going, but the government is hoping they can get enough Labour MPs to

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defy Jeremy Corbyn on this. It will be interesting to see how that works

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out. It has interesting elements elsewhere insofar as Jeremy Corbyn

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has clearly said he is sceptical about the value of bombing and

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whether his personal position in the Labour Party may be affected eye

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this vote. He will be very exposed. -- by this vote. There could be a

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vote of no confidence in him. But amid Putin says that France is now

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an ally. -- Vladimir Putin. This seems a slightly strange, you are

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puffing your cheeks. I am puzzled. These are two completely conflicting

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ideas and loyalties. The lack of unity. How can they be allies when

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apparently they have different objectives, France is part of the

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Western alliance and wants to see Bashar al-Assad go as a

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precondition. There is a question over that, recently they met up and

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the idea was maybe he could stay in as a temporary person in charge, as

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a caretaker government. Let's move on to the express, we are whizzing

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through them tonight, we will have more time at half 11. What is this

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one about? There are 30 jihadis in Iraq. Affected in this bombing. It

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is so confusing. What I would really like is something that pulls the

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whole thing together so we have some idea of who is bombing watch and

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everything else. This is a good story, people will be happy that the

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RAF are in there, they have been doing a lot of support with

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intelligence in Syria. Rates may begin by Christmas, not good for

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some people obviously, members and services. Charlie Sheen makes the

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front pages of quite a few of the papers. His admission today on

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American television that he is HIV positive and was blackmailed to keep

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it a secret. It is very sad to find out he has contracted this illness.

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He seems to be living well with it. He is reacting well to treatment.

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The question that is being asked by a lot of the US media is the way in

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which he has shared this information with his partners. He himself

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famously talks about how many partners he has had. There is the

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potential risk, but it is a country with a high degree of litigation,

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conceivably if he has not taken care, then it couldn't lead to legal

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cases. -- then it could lead. Very briefly on the front of the

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Telegraph, party drunks can now blame it on a faulty gene. It may be

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a prescient headline for this sort of time of year. It is not because

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we cannot handle our alcohol or because we have drunk too much, we

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have a dodgy gene. 1 million of us cannot hold our drink. Anyone who

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needs an excuse, this is it. Great to talk to you both, we have ran out

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of time, but I know you will be back with us at quarter past 11. Coming

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up we have sports

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