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Manchester City's game, a win against Borussia could see them top

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the group, that is a 15 minute, after the news. -- in 15 minutes.

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Hello and welcome to our look ahead to what the the papers

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With me are the broadcasters Lucy Cavendish and Richard Madeley.

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The Financial Times leads on the problems in the mining

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sector, amid the worst slump in commodity markets for a decade.

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The i reports on the floods in the North of England and the questions

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The Express says scientists believe a cure for Alzheimer's could be

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The actor Eddie Redmayne is pictured on the front of the Telegraph

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at the London premiere of his new film, The Danish Girl.

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Its lead story is the anger in Britain over Donald Trump's

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The Guardian leads on the outrage over Donald Trump's comments.

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Its main picture is of the rock band Eagles of

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Death Metal, who visited the scene of one of the Paris attacks today.

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The Metro leads on demands from MPs to ban Mr Trump from this country.

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The Mirror says police are investigating comments

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And the male is leading also with Donald Dewer Trump. Let's begin, not

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with Donald Trump but the floods. No case for the defence. Lucy, the

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bottom line is, is this just one of those things awkward it have been

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avoided? I think it is very difficult because for the people

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flooded, it is horrible. They have got sewage through their houses and

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they have lost their things and the carpets are ruined and you can see

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everything is out of the houses. It is a bit like... It seems it is hard

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to have defences that work because the climate has changed. It has gone

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from drizzle to heavy downpours and we have concreted over the Green

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space. Any Green space axe as a drain but we do not have enough.

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That is why it is happening and it is awful and no good news for the

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people of Carlisle having this awful time but we need to be more flood

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aware. To look at where places flood. They are saying we are not

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spending enough, a Tory MPs. You have worked in this region. My first

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job in broadcasting was at BBC radio Carlisle and watching this story,

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most of the reporters standing doing their pieces to camera in Warwick

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Road is next to my old flat. So considerable empathy for the people

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of Carlisle and it is a flood plain. The football picked up the road was

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always flooding. It has always been a problem and it is not is a prize.

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First, we do, to be fair to everybody, to the government and the

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local authorities and flood defence experts, this was the biggest

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downpour in 24 hours in the history of the United Kingdom, it has never

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been this bad. How'd you legislate for that? This was unknown until six

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days ago. It was a phenomenal amount of water and I wonder what the

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defences would have preferred -- protected them. I think the people

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of Carlisle, I know them well, I was there four years, they have

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displayed stoicism, cheerful, little despair, they have taken this on the

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chin. As real grown-ups and we could do with Carlisle but in our veins,

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fantastic. And we are clearly not doing it right and maybe we need to

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look across the North Sea to the Holland is never how they do it.

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They live below the sea level. So you can do it. It costs a fortune

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and maybe the Dutch need to come over like they did in the middle

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ages to say where we are going wrong. The metronome. -- the metro,

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now. Most of the papers reading with the comments by Donald Trump,

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preacher of hate, he risks a UK ban. This is the SNP calling for him to

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be banned coming to the UK. I think he will love it. The oxygen of

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publicity! I do not know whether he believes what he said about banning

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Muslims from the United States and shipping them back and this

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nonsense, I do not know if he means it. The fact is he feels free to say

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it's because we live in a free society. How do we not give people

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like this the oxygen and publicity they crave because in a couple of

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months, he will move on and barely refer to it again. He is doing it to

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keep his profile up there and it is working on both sides of the ill

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antic and abroad and we should just ignore the idiot. The metro reminds

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us that he owns temporary golf course. I had forgotten that. I

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agree with Richard, I cannot take him seriously. I did interview him

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years ago. Did you? What was he like? Big. Not dynamic but he

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thought he was dynamic. I cannot imagine, I cannot take him

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seriously. Anybody who refers to himself as the third person, Donald

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Trump says... You are Donald Trump, you idiot! The word is, I. You can

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do personalise what you say. Ban him, I don't know. He should just go

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away, ignore him. He was being annoying. And his hair might

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change. He was preaching to the converted in the audience but there

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was no shouting or heckling or booing. And in the street interviews

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following in the United States, people said, I agree. That is not

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surprising. He is preaching to the converted. That does not necessarily

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mean a lot of people feel that way. He has got money, he can do that

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sort of campaign. I think we should not give him that publicity. I

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agree. Stop talking about him now! Moving on to the Financial Times.

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Cameron's demands on benefits sparking a migration Plan B in

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Brussels. Is this saying Brussels cannot offer David Cameron what he

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wants and can they come up with a plan? This is a reading glasses job.

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Serious EU stories. This is a fairly meaningless story because what is

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happening is David Cameron has said we have immigrants coming to the

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country milking our benefits system and it turns out they are not

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really. If you look at the next page, the fit -- the Office for

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Budget Responsibility, the top expert says most of the migrants do

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not rip off the benefits system. What you have got a figleaf. The EU

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saying basically round the back of the bike sheds to David Cameron, we

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all know it is not a problem, let's pretend it is and we will help you

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pretend that by saying we will back you if you want to stop migrants

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coming and ripping you off, deal? Do you have inside knowledge of this,

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Richard? He is round the back of the bike sheds. I was having breakfast

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with David This Morning! He is in the Office for Budget

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Responsibility. It is a no-brainer, it is obvious and it will evaporate

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quickly as there is nothing in that story. In the express, it is

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interesting, it says it will not cut migrants, this is from the Office

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for Budget Responsibility. They do not give details. That is because

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the Stephen says, this is what I feel personally, it is not going to

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make a difference. The amount of migrants coming here. But he says

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that is his opinion and he has not done enough research. It is... He

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must have reasons for saying that. He probably thinks it is true. It is

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not backed up as yet. Hot-air. The story will not go away. Telegraph. A

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new twist to Lord Lucan. Does this story ever go away? No, I was about

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to say I have interviewed him, but that would be such a lie! Liar! Why

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not? That is fascinating. Only people of a certain generation will

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find this fascinating. He was hanging out with those rich people

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and nobody knew what happens. Now somebody has said he did kill

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himself the night he murdered his wife. That is what Jimmy Goldsmith

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and his gambling France said. They were quick to say with no evidence,

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they were quite sure Lord Lucan killed himself. Everybody thought he

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had gone away to cover for him. We thought it was a cover story. So not

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necessarily a new twist? How many times have you read that twist? He

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is supposed to have chucked himself of a channel ferry. I thought he

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went on to Beachy Head. You and on the bottom of Beachy Head and that

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is where your body is found. The picture is of Lord Lucan... Not Lord

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Lucan, it is Eddie Redmayne. Talking of exclusive interviews! I have just

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interviewed him at Claridges. It is like that scene in Notting Hill. I

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did not have to be turned and was from horse and hound and he was not

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wearing that extraordinary jacket! Eye-catching. He was in fine Vettel

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and it is a great film and his performance as a transgender, one of

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the first transgender women is quite remarkable. A bit like The Theory of

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Everything and bit by bit, you see his physicality degrading into the

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Stephen Hawking character as he is today. Here, bit by bit in the film

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he changes into a woman and the first he puts on women's clothing

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and underwear, it is profoundly awkward for you watching and for his

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character, based on a true story. Gradually, he adjusts and adapt and

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evolves and eventually by the end of the film, I will not give away the

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real ending, he has become a woman and his acting portrays that. He is

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an incredibly gifted actor, one of the finest we have. I have not

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list! I will swap Eddie Redmayne for list! I will swap Eddie Redmayne for

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Donald Trump! I cannot trump that! Hillary Clinton, anyway! I have done

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her! This is terrible! We will leave it there for now! They will be back

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in an hour so who knows who else might,! She will come out punching!

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You'll both be back at half past eleven for another look at the

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