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fans walk out again in protest at ticket prices. And, which two Europe

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teams have sacked their managers? Hello and welcome to

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our look ahead to what the papers With me are broadcasters

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Petrie Hosken and David Davies. In the Daily Telegraph, sources

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at the French interior ministry cast doubt on David Cameron's

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warning that the Jungle migrant camp could move from Calais to Britain

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if the UK votes to leave the EU. The Metro leads on the

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Prime Minister's proposals to let former prisoners keep

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their criminal records private when The Daily Express has a warning

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from a senior doctor who says migrants are putting pressure

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on the health service. "Quit the EU to save the NHS" is the

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paper's message. There's alarm over skin cancer

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in the I, with new guidance from the health watchdog that there

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is no such thing as a safe tan. Storm Imogen's trail of havoc is the

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splash in the Star, with a picture HSBC is to abandon plans to move

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its headquarters to Hong Kong and stay in London,

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according to the Financial Times. But the Times says the Chancellor's

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financial fix could be even worse, they say he's short of as much

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as ?3 billion pounds And the Daily Mirror reports

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an unlikely opponent to Conservative spending cuts,

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they say David Cameron's mother has joined a fight to save threatened

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children's centres. We start with the Times. The

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possibility of petrol price rises? Chancellor Osborne's much wanted

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economic plans are under threat. Guess what? Oil prices, higher ones,

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could prove the solution. This is my pet subject. I think it is

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absolutely scandalous that we are in a situation, this article

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illustrates it perfectly, even today the average price for a litre of

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petrol in comparison with the US and France. Even France. 86p in Spain,

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96 in Germany. Just before Christmas, petrol was going to be

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under ?1 a litre. Since then, at the price has come down, in terms of the

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cost of petrol on the markets. But what has happened to petrol in the

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West Midlands is that it has gone up. Now, will someone explain that

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to me, will someone explain why it is when I go on the motorways, it is

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14p more expensive than when I am in my local area? You're a captive

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audience. If that's what it costs, that's what it costs. You don't

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expect to go into a store, the same store, and find things at different

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prices. The shocking thing is the cost of the fuel, ?1 to parents. 73%

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of that is already a tax of some sort of. There will be a ?3 billion

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hole in the budget, people are not paying their taxes as quickly as

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they should according to the ISS -- two pence. Treasury advisers believe

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that an inflation linked change would allow them to raise fuel taxes

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and still argue they had frozen it in real terms, as they did not raise

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the duty. I hate politicians, they say one thing and then find a way of

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worming out of it. I think that's a bit slippery. Freezing in real terms

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is an interesting concept. Will politicians from somewhere be honest

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about what is going on, and will be oil companies stand up and defend

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themselves in a proper way? Most people find this beyond

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comprehension. They just throw their hands up and say, well, it

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happened. We are used to paying more than 102 per litre. You're aware

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that we paying significantly less than we were, the Chancellor would

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think, I could not start up a bit. -- nudge that up a bit. This is with

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reference to what he said about Calais, and leaving the EU. We have

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seen a lot of infighting, especially with the Tories. His own people are

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accusing him of scaremongering. What he is scaremongering about is that

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if we leave the EU, what would happen is that everything will

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breakdown between us and friends and there will be refugee camps setting

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up in vast numbers in Kent. It could be, he says. However, the deal that

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was made between Britain and France in 2003 is separate from the EU.

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While I accept that we would have to rely on friends sticking to their

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word, I think this is something that all politicians right now have to be

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very clear on. We can't have any more fudging, no more nonsense. I

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want to know why we should stay and why we should go in real terms. I

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have not had anybody tell me how good it will be if we stay. I am

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just not hearing what I need to hear. This doesn't help. You want

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positive news? I want the truth. Have you noticed you're in the

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middle of the campaigning season? It may not have had its official start,

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but... This is where the future of the country is going to depend on

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this referendum. Nobody knows the consequences, whatever happens,

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because the accept people who have campaigned their whole lives,

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there's whole raft of people whose whole political philosophy has been

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based on getting Britain out. If Britain votes to stay in, what are

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they going to do? If we stay in, I want to know what the benefits are.

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Surely the problem with this campaign will be that we will get a

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lot of conjecture on both sides. It will be very hard to nail down the

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elements. What's wrong with the truth? It is simple. The pros and

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cons are not simple. We are not that stupid, we are being treated like we

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are. I am sure somebody could lay it out for us. Ask the Scots how

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difficult it is. They will tell you all the calculations were proved to

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be untrue. David Cameron's mother. The Daily Mirror is not renowned for

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their love of David Cameron. The Prime Minister's relatives, they

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have a tendency to get, the relatives get the Prime Minister 's

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into some difficult situations. Tony Blair had a father-in-law who caused

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him some problems. Here we have Mrs Cameron senior, who has visited

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Oxfordshire and signed a petition saying, dozens of children's centres

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that will be shut by Tory run council should not have to close.

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She has confirmed, it is believed she signed the petition while

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visiting the county. She is speaking at a cottage in Berkshire. She said

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her name is on the petition, but she didn't want to discuss it. When you

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sign one of those petitions in your local supermarket or wherever, it

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appears that people can look through that list. I think that's a little

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bit unkind. There would be people who have signed Mickey Mouse, I

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doubt they've gone to Disneyland. If you're going to sign a petition, I

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don't know how public it should be made. It's about the numbers of

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people who sign it, that is what is supposed to make the difference. I

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don't take kindly to the fact that they have exposed her. Mrs Cameron

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senior is not her name in public life. The she has got a bit of form.

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When she was asked about David Cameron's support for gay marriage

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in 2013, she reportedly replied, I know, but David just won't be told.

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Talking about storms. Extraordinary! An amazing image. Although lots of

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other pictures have got the big waves, you can see on this image how

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big they really are. If you look to the left, where the lighthouse

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is... I loved port of call. It's Cornwall, a beautiful part of the

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world. You can see how unbelievable this storm is. It really puts it in

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stark realisation how big the storm is. It's in the south of Wales.

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There is also a reference to Cornwall, the tragic elements to

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this storm. We are talking about people who have been injured or, in

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this case, one worker is feared to have been swept away. My wife has

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recently accused me of becoming a weatherboard, because I'm so fed up

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with the weather in this country. We with the weather in this country. We

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are seeing too clearly these incidences, awful incidences. A wall

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collapsed in my local area. -- collapsed in my local area. --

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weather bore. People used to go abroad in December and January, and

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we said it was silly. Now I am one of them. Staying with David and the

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front of The u. Skin cancer, the suggestion being that everybody

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should get a checkup? This to me is the nanny state gone bonkers. -- the

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i. We know that there are risks of spending too much time in Sunshine.

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We have been told that everybody should have a one-on-one

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consultation with health professionals. And 65 million of

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us? Haven't they got enough on their plate at the moment? I am honestly

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expecting someone to come out and tell me not to stick knitting

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needles in my eyes. We know about the heat, the weather, what to wear

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and not. We all know that Sun can cause skin cancer if you don't take

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care and cover-up. I think that the health professionals have better

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things to do. I will tell you what NICEi are saying. Different

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demographics. You need tailored advice because we are all slightly

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different -- NICE. Adults need between six and eight teaspoonfuls

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of suncream per application and should always aim for an SPF of at

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least 50. I don't hold a teaspoon when I put my suncream on. The

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$200,000 Oscars gift? We always hear about these. I've had a few gifts in

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my time. About 20 quid covers it usually. ?140,000. A vampire breast

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lift, apparently all the rage in LA. You inject your own blood back into

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your breasts, apparently. They've got other things in here such as a

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walking holiday in Japan, renting and Audi for a year, free of charge.

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everybody get one? Only the everybody get one? Only the

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nominees. The nominees will get one so they don't walk out empty-handed

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if they don't win. A couple of years ago, the gift bags were not so good.

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You got what was called in individual plate. A portion plate

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for people who are dieting. Goody bags have never really been my thing

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since I started going to be the -- going to Fifa congresses.

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Coming up next, it's time for Sportsday.

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The headlines tonight: Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp wants fans to

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stay put, not walk out, as the row over ticket prices

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