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Hello and welcome to our Sunday morning edition of The Papers.
With me are Angela Knight, former Conservative minister and corporate
advisor, and Dave Wooding, Political Editor of the Sun on Sunday.
The Observer reports security chiefs are warning Britain's counter-terror
forces must be boosted if they are to cope with a Paris-style attack.
The Sunday Telegraph says Britain looks set to join air strikes
against Islamic State targets in Syria by Christmas.
The Sunday Times says action could be taken as early as two weeks
The Sunday Express also leads with Syria and says senior
generals believe a full-scale offensive would wipe IS
The Independent on Sunday asks 'where do we go from here?'
with Britain's response to the threat from terrorism.
And the Mail leads on ongoing allegations centred
on a bullying scandal within the Conservative party.
The Sunday Telegraph talking about Britain preparing for war. Bombing
Syria? Depending on the House of Commons? I suspect they are going to
vote for that, because we do need to do something. But it cannot just be
bombing. But this of the past, going to Iraq, we need the partners,
France, Russia, we need this concerted warfare, but also thinking
about the start, and the Sunday about the start, and the Sunday
Telegraph has got this extraordinary map. It is showing the part of
Syria, and the location, under the control of Islamic State. Also, the
surrounding countries, Iraq, Saudi Arabia, Jordan, we cannot allow
those tales to continue. Do you think the mood has changed? We
constantly talk about bombing Syria. We're talking with the regime, this
is not what has happened with Iraq, is not what has happened with Iraq,
this is a different scenario. This is the issue. Who is going to be the
enemy. I think the mood has been changing. David Cameron is going to
be going to Palestinian meeting Francois Hollande. -- David Cameron
is going to be going to Paris, and is going to be giving his plan, I
think that will pave the way for the vote. Paris itself, absolutely. Last
week, one of the issues, making sure that they have this thing lined up.
Do they call it an exit strategy, the Taylors, the extremism, the end
game. And the thing about the end game. Everybody has got different
objectives. Iranians, Russians, the Syrian government. Turkey. I've
attached to agree. Compromise is going to have to take place. We
forget that the Kurds have been brave. Done well. The commentary,
from some of the former generals. Why do we not looked at the Syrians,
to see who could be changed. Interesting. It has a valid point.
We can move on. Labour split widens. These are actually, do you see that?
Yesterday, Jeremy Corbyn was still as posing, -- espousing, and it is
looking increasingly that Jeremy Corbyn is going to be the one rebel.
This Shadow Cabinet, privately, are going to be willingly to vote for
this. All these reasonable measures. They want to defeat Isil. If that is
part of the plan, as has been explained, that would make it a
legal war. But the problem for David Cameron, the Scottish National
Party. UK security chiefs in a showdown with Jeremy Corbyn. Nobody
wants these cuts. But we have got some visibility, I do not think it
is going to be cut and dried. We are going to have some blood on the
carpet. And now... It is this Conservative seat, that has been
saved. 14,000 majority. Some of them, deeply concerned that the
unthinkable could happen. The concerns, Jeremy Corbyn talking
about London centric issues, and basically, they do not let him
according to the Labour MPs. Redeeming people, -- on the Blair
wing? I have been speaking to some of the new intakes, perturbed about
Jeremy Corbyn's stance. And you think that Ukip could be benefiting?
I come from the North of England, but I can absolutely see why you
have written that article. He will not be appealing, thinking it is
somebody who was in a different sort of bubble. I can just see them
moving across to Ukip. Rotherham has been one of those seats, and the big
vote for Ukip at the general election. You have the leadership,
as one pleases, and the list of them, sombreros. But Corbyn got a
majority. And he keeps telling us to the MPs. Some of them worried about
that. The momentum, Ed Miliband actually said I bet you thought it
was not going to get any worse. Are they going to wait weeks? December
the thought. -- third. The Chancellor has said, Britain has got
the mojo back. Economic security, just as important as the physical
security. Interesting articles. It is still going to be a difficult
week. But good at pulling some of the good pieces, it's out there. It
is not just a 5 year term, seven year. If you are going to do that,
you have to limit the public spending, because the state has
ballooned, and the wound. But not getting the targets. Some people
thought he was not going to be in this position. Assuming it was going
to be the quality. But not getting the targets. Doing some of what he
said. But the timetable could be wrong. Some of the things that have
affected us, as far as the economy has happened, but they somebody ever
wanted to say, what has he done, look at the growth. Very few
countries, have drawn when the United Kingdom out of the recession.
He has done a lot. Corbyn said we are the antiausterity party. We are
going to be watching, to see what happens, and we have seen in these
pieces, it is going to be about security. With national security, in
everybody's thoughts, it is a message that is going to resonate.
His own political future, does he would sit to be the heir to Cameron?
Tax credits? It was strange, this omnishambles budget. Is not a good
moment. But he has done some good work. The last budget, seen as a
success. Tax credits have put, pulled the rug out from under him.
Interesting dynamic. The work is going to be an Theresa May's patch!
Still has not done a deal. I think there's going to find his way. And
politicians have said, I am anti-austerity, I think that is just
walking away from responsibility. But is anybody pro austerity? Of
course not. Somebody has got to pay for that. I think, standing up,
seeing anti-austerity cuts that is poor. The Telegraph. The Archbishop
of Canterbury. Where is God in Paris victim's time of need? Islamic State
film of certainty, and you have got the reader of the religious faith,
having doubts? I am glad he has said that. You look at these things
taking place, Paris was horrific, and you do think, hang on? How can
this happen? If there is a guiding force... Many of us do believe that.
But to see the leader of the Church of England, telling us he can have
doubts, I think that is a good approach. Comforting. I do not think
it detracts from him. TS Elliot said the important thing about religion
is not the quality of these but the quality of doubt. I have covered
many of disasters, and it is a question, when you see these
things, it does strike you. How can you do this? That is going to chime
with people. The Sunday Times... Ladybird books written for adults.
Joining the fitness club, spending ?200, and the husband, useless. Who
is this aimed at? The Christmas market? One of my friends bought
one. I am not entirely sure who it was bought for. But we're reading it
on the train and it was the ladies. -- hilarious. The husband, runs on
beer. The fitness club, trying all of these things. ?600 annual
membership, each visit costing ?200. It is good to have something good to
laugh at. But the book of the hangover? Banana and a glass of
water. Wonder who put it there! And mindfulness. It has taught him to
live in the moment, his studio in the Peak District. These are good
stocking fillers. The printed several million, more than Fifty
Shades of Grey. This is one of these, you want the physical book.
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