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how Rafa Benitez got on at his first match in charge of Newcastle United

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ordered less to extend their lead at the top of the table? That it's all

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in 15 minutes after the papers. Hello and welcome to our look ahead

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to what the the papers will be With me are Julia Hartley-Brewer

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columnist for The Daily Telegraph and Lance Price,

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political commentator. The Guardian looks at how young

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families are struggling to afford rent - and contrasts their plight

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with the property portfolio owned The Telegraph claims supporters

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of Britain leaving the EU are more likely to vote

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in the forthcoming referendum. The Mirror reports on the teenager

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accused of deliberately running over and killing a police officer

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on Merseyside last year. The Metro focuses on President

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Putin's decision to begin the withdrawal of his

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forces from Syria. The Mail says big firms

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are slashing overtime, cutting recruitment

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and axing staff perks to pay And the Express warns us not

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to complain that we're So I have 50 years to go... Let's

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start with Russia apparently pulling out of Syria. I spoke to Moscow

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correspondent as Middle East editor, nobody had any idea this was coming.

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Nobody knew who was going into Syria either. He is basically saying his

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work here is done, remember when President Bush said that? The

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difference is he probably has a compass to his mission, they made

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more no secret, their aim was to prop up the dictator that is

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President Assad and they have. It is likely he would have possibly

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followed if it wasn't for Putin. The interesting thing is that when

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America doesn't act and leaves a vacuum like that we are seen that

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the Russian school in -- the Russians are going in. If the choice

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think the West should be involved. think the West should be involved.

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It has been a win-win for Putin, he has put Russia back on the stage as

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a player and everyone is talking about him. He has to be dealt with

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in terms of the future of this country. He has shored up Assad and

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Russia's presence in the Middle East. It shows what a canny operator

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here is, think back a few months to last year, he was a pariah on the

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world stage because of his policies in Ukraine, nobody wanted to speak

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to him and now he's got himself into a position where he is a kingpin of

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the talks resuming in Geneva. It also shows how much authority has it

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that he has in his own country, it came as a surprise. We decide

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whether to marginally increased our activity we agonise over it for

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weeks, he just announces it and the next day they start withdrawing. And

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the willingness to accept casualties and the fact, David Cameron does

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have a prerogative, he could have gone to war without the vote and

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choose to have it. Putin has absolute power. And part of that,

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the lot of that, when there are casualties the figures are

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suppressed and the Russian public have little idea what is going on on

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the ground. It is about this army, the Russian bear, it is also about a

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vital Russian security needs, having this warm weather port. Syria is a

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vital ally strategically. He was not going to let Assad go. Having said

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all that Russia still has an air base and military base in Syria, so

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he can pop back in when he feels like it. On the Telegraph, Brexit

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campaign has the edge. We think we know where the Telegraph is, it

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wants to get out. Is this an accurate headline? Yet another

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opinion poll and we know we should be wary. Not just a poll, is

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analysis of the results and whether how strongly people feel about

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whether they want to stay in or leave. They have certainly did

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Crosby, the guy who really helped David Cameron get himself re-elected

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as Prime Minister writing to the Telegraph was part of his analysis

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that people like Julia who think we should leave the EU are more

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passionate in their views than people like me who think we should

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stay in. There might be something to that and therefore more likely to

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vote. Two parts are maybe they are, there are many pro-Europeans three

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everything in. I shall think they are among politicians but amongst

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ordinary voters it is much easier to be passionate about wanting Britain

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to be independent and leaving the EU and lots of the people who will vote

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for Remain, even David Cameron is not a passionate supporter of the EU

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and he is leading the campaign. And the age factor, lots of the people

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voting to Leave are amongst the older generation and artificially

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once you turn out to vote and younger people who might be more

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pro-European... That is what the poll suggests and as you pointed

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out, Julia is on the side of leaving, is that you're reading? I

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am not old! -Ish. You've got to be 85! Exactly. Is that you're reading

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of the situation as far as the people working in the Brexit

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campaign, they believe we have the edge? I think there is optimism in

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the Brexit campaign and a feeling the project were being put out, the

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idea that all the luck that lots of their weapons have already been

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fired, what do they have left? The audit have their big guns, you

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cannot keep making the same claim, it is a long time until the 23rd of

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June. Most ASBO people calling it right now, would expect us to have a

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Remain vote. Things have to change but it comes down to older voters

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and younger voters and even though if older people vote and young

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people don't and it would help my campaign, I have to say I really

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want people to vote. It is so vital that everyone votes and uses their

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democratic right to do so. I would say this but I think the Remain

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campaign. No! I am pro-European, you are pro-EU, it is different! I want

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to remain a member of the EU and I think the Remain campaign have the

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best accurate and the Brexit site have their divisions and splits at

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all that mess. But there is a real risk for the Remain group of

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complacency thinking we are doing fine, we have the big guns and they

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are in a mess on the other side and that is the worst thing anyone will

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tell you in any kind of campaign, complacency is your worst enemy. And

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people who support Brexit there bonkers and xenophobes, I don't

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think I'm any of those things. However,... You are just wrong.

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Apart from being right. There is a fear there is lots of people out

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there who do agree with people like me and want an independent Britain

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but are too afraid to say anything because people will treat them like

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they are racist or xenophobic. This horrific attack given to anyone who

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exposes the view that Britain should be a Democratic countable country.

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OK. The Telegraph. Osborne fuelled -- fuel duty warning. Before any

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budget there is this speculation, will that go up or down, often

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around fuel duty. Every budget! They seem to raise the spectrum of

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fugitive going up and when it doesn't there is a great relief.

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Always the expectation management this time around the possibility of

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fugitive going up is fairly high because we have had a falling fuel

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prices anyway that actually in terms of people's pockets it would not be

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as painful. There was talk of one of Drupal said, I hate this game, the

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Sharapova head of the budget. We are all drawn into it. The time was when

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there was murder, as there is one rabbit to fall from the hat and we

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have most of it in advance. Now the Queen, the express. This is a story

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about the Queen and her anger at Nick Clegg's lecture on the EU. The

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Queen feeling her old age. The story is really about Michael Gove and

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calls on page five to sack Michael Gove because he is the person

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pointed out as the man who apparently revealed the Queen was a

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Eurosceptic. Not necessarily supporting Brexit but fairly

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Eurosceptic and he is the man getting the blame because you are

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not allowed to say but the Queen has set in Privy Council. The reality is

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that all opticians gossip and half of their memoirs are full of things

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the Queen said to them so we should stop this pomposity. Is there an

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exhaust reels at the headline has to match the story quiz-macro- think it

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is that stretch because if it was then half the papers would be in

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trouble. Summers -- the sun seemed to be remarkably confident.

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Privileges of the conversations from journalists involved, the sources

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are kosher. You have to read the story for you realise that the

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Queen, she only did shut Nick Clegg up because he was drawing on about

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Europe. That is what The People who want to stay in the EU do, they

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drawn on! And the Brexit -- the Brexits never do. We will be back in

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an hour. Many thanks. Stay here, more coming up, now, Sportsday.

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