09/02/2016 The Papers


09/02/2016

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We'll be taking a look at tomorrow morning's papers in a moment.

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At least ten people have been killed and more than a hundred are injured

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in a head-on collision between two trains in southern Germany.

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The accident happened on a stretch of single-track in southern Bavaria.

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An independent commission says the practice of sending mental

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health patients in England long distances for essential

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It's recommended the practice be banned within 18 months.

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Junior doctors in England will stage a second strike tomorrow

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after last-minute talks with the government failed to reach

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an agreement, in a dispute over contracts.

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Age UK and the energy company E.ON suspend their deal after the charity

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is accused of promoting expensive tariffs.

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In the sport, how South Africa kept the one-day series alive with a

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seven wicket victory against England in Centurion. And an FA Cup replay

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at Upton Park, 0-0 at Anfield ten days ago but this match between West

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Ham and Liverpool has been completely different. We show you

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who will face Blackburn Rovers in the last 16. And we will hear from

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Gary Neville who is hanging onto his job Valencia. And in Rob union, we

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reflect on the retirement of Paul O'Connell, a giant of rugby union

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who want about every trophy going, he has admitted defeat after an

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horrendous hamstring injury. That is in the next 15 minutes, after the

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papers. Hello and welcome to our look ahead

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to what the papers will be With me are political analyst

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and journalist Mina Al Oraibi, and Rob Merrick, the Westminster

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correspondent for Tomorrow's front pages,

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starting with... The Guardian shows a picture

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of the two trains that collided The I leads with junior doctors

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in England holding their second strike tomorrow, after last-minute

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talks failed to reach an agreement. The FT reports Germany's

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biggest bank, Deutsche, is considering buying back

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several billion euros of its debt amid market fears about

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financial companies. The Metro says there are fears

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of a new banking crisis as the FTSE-100 slumped

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to its lowest level for three years on what it describes

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as 'black' Shrove Tuesday. The Daily Mail says trade led behind

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export in Britain for the UK, meaning a boost to the life

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campaign. According to The Express,

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Britain is now on snow alert after storm Imogen, expecting

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temperatures of minus 10 degrees The Guardian and that image of the

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train crash in Germany. Yes, this is an aerial shot of the trains

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colliding. On a single track. The reports have been horrific, ten

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people confirmed dead and dozens injured, one still missing until

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recently. A strong picture and it is the Guardian's way of noting it

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without having more news from the day. It is still unclear if this was

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human error or a technical fault. Still needing investigation. It is

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an arresting image. It is just the picture on the front page. You read

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the details and it sounds so depressingly familiar. About our

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country. This two trains travelling on a single line and they failed to

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stop even though there was an automatic braking system that should

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have stopped them when they went through and it did not, and it just

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takes you back to our horror crashes in the days of a privatised

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Railtrack. We have not had those recently and the associated with the

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past and not what you expect in Germany. The other Guardian story,

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counsel at the Prime Minister accused of buying MPs. Most people

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will not supposed to see Council cuts because it happens the after

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year, libraries get closed. So why is it back on the front page?

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Instead of it being Labour MPs protesting, it was Conservative MPs

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because they have finally reached the Tory shire after hitting Labour

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MPs hardest. So it threatens to be uncomfortable for the government and

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ministers said there was no more money the councils but they found

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more money for councils. ?300 million over two years and it is

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overwhelmingly going to Conservative areas. Astonishing figures. The

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poorest areas getting nothing. Hampshire getting 19 million, the

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two richest parts of the country. As the accusation is the money is

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handed out to buy off Conservative MPs who will stone Dasher will stage

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a revolt. It is a glib analysis but you are confident? I went through

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the figures. -- a Labour analysis. One Tory rebels said he would like

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to give him a big wet kiss so that revolt is over. It was not expected,

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the hundred million pounds has emerged. It seems councils will have

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reading room. Still cuts will happen, every year we expect that,

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but this is the promise of the Tories. The election was about cuts.

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1% of the total public spending. What has been interesting about the

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story in the Guardian also is that David Cameron's mother and anti-have

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been unhappy with these cuts and we do not know if they will be happy

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with how Oxfordshire spends the money. Nearly 3%, according to

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Labour analysis, is to go to Tory run councils. David Cameron's mother

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on the middle -- on the Mirallas night. -- the mirror. Now a

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reference to the junior doctors and tomorrow when they will walk out and

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a suggestion more might follow. It is still not clear. It is not clear

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whether they get that from. They say if the NHS contract was imposed, if

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that happens and there is no agreement between the government and

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the BMA and they impose this contract, 90% could potentially

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quit. That is not clear, is that a poll or how people feel? We will see

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what comes out on the second strike this year. At the same time, I think

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people generally still support the junior doctors. The latest polling

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says two of three people support these doctors. In their position.

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There has been no shift at all, apparently. They nearly sorted this

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out. They came close to a deal, it seems. The story this morning was

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that they were close and the Health Secretary the toad what was said to

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be a cost neutral deal which would have required junior doctors to work

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on a Saturday -- be towed. But the Saturday would still have been

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described as a special day and not a normal working day and that was a

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red line Jeremy Hunt would not cross because he wants to do the same

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thing with nurses down the line. I think the government is losing the

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public relations battle. But it seemed it became a row over doctors

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protecting overtime and doctors would lose but now the public seems

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to be behind the doctors. What does not help the PR battle is a letter

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today in a paper in which a constituent of the Health Secretary

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said he requested a meeting at his surgery on a Saturday and word came

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back Jeremy Hunt only works on a Friday! Finance, starting with the

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Metro, we applaud the headline. Headline makes the story. It is very

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tempting on pancake day. The value of shares wiped off the day was less

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than the battering yesterday. I do not think... Most times shares go

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down, it gets reported and it does not when they go back up, so most of

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the time it bounces back except the one time it does not. In the

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financial Times, even mentioned and we highlighted at ten o'clock,

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Deutsche has had a terrible time in share price terms. It has. So today,

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it lost 4% of its share value but since the start of the year, it is

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40%. This is about Deutsche and also a report on credits list, who also

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suffered. So jumps in the market. This continues to be with China's

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growth slowing and oil prices dropping and uncertainty. The

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financial Times says the Finance Minister of Germany and Chief

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Executive of Deutsche today said the bank is solid, no need to worry. But

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the fact they want to have a buy-back means they are uncertain

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about the next couple of months. The story, I had to see it twice to

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understand. I do not know if the bank is in deep trouble in which

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case it interests everybody, not all if it is saying it will buy-back

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debt because shares are going down in which case it is just a story

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full of team leaders. And you have the Chief Executive insisting it is

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rock-solid, which were soon as you perhaps. The Daily Express and the

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weather. And the possibility of snow in the next couple of days.

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Apparently, this could happen this weekend and could drop to -10

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degrees Celsius. An arctic blast. You have to make this an interesting

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story. A sharp twist in the jet stream, it could almost be a novel!

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Hopefully, it will not be disastrous. We still have people

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dealing with the fallout of the last storm we have just had. Up to 15,000

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homes without electricity. It was quite serious for those affected. We

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will see if we have snow. I have a sledge in my garage that we have not

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used for the last three winters so please let there be snow! I will

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believe it when I see it. Thank you very much, on that note.

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

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at the stories making the news tomorrow.

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At 11pm, we'll have more on the serious rail accident

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in Germany which has killed ten people and injured over a hundred.

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But coming up next, it's time for Sportsday.

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