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mark a mode make of this superhero showdown, we will find out in the

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film review. Hello and welcome to

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our look ahead to what the papers With me are journalist

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and author Rachel Shabi and political correspondent of the

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Daily Telegraph Ben Riley-Smith. Zeros to heros" is how the Metro

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sums up Leicester City's sensational The Times calls hails the arrival

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of the "fairytale finish" that The Guardian calls Leicester city

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the "Kings of England" - and opts for a picture of Richard II

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- whose remains were of course found The Express calls the story

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"the greatest fairytale in football "Leicester's miracle" is how the

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Telegraphs sums it up And the mail headlines the story

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as "football's 5,000-1 fairytale" - and also brings news

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of the death of their astrologer, It is coated Hexham interesting

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reading and I can't believe the headlines of how they are reading.

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This one on the Delhi Telegraph, Leicester's miracle man crowned

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Premier League champion. It is staggeringly exciting and it is the

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stuff of boyhood dream. Gigi Hadid is exciting and matter who you

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support? I think they have united unless you are a Tottenham fan. The

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scenes are incredible. It is the makings of a film and it is the

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perfect story of the underdog rising. What is not to love about

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that. This time last year they were scrapping the relegation and their

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players were knocking around in the second division. 5000-1 in all the

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papers and am not sure this is how they wanted to do it because they

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are not on the pitch scoring goals. I don't think they thinking about

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that? I don't figure anyone is saying they're not happy about the

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way they warn. The announcers would've been better to seen them

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live. That is what you would like but they're going to have this

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incredible moment when they play at home with evident being crowned

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champion. And then the last day of the season, Claudio Ranieri, the

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manager, is going to go there with the trophy in his arms. It is

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phenomenal. Is there any better indication than that? This quiet

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Italian team could manage was always very polite to everyone with the

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ringing of bells in training. And quite rightly it is dominating the

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papers. The Metro calls at zeros to heroes and it is not just about how

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Leicester City came to win, but within the fairytale there are some

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remarkable undercurrent. The star goalkeeper who previously worked in

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a factory. The coach returned and the striker. And there is another

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story behind the whole win. There is a great story about in a day when

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football just seems so all about the money and it is so cynical and so

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slick. All the enthusiasm and dedication and hard work. The

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Premier League has become a place where it is about a huge amount of

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cash. Here is a team where cost a 10th of the Manchester United team

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of 24 million. And that is the inspiration. The West Brom's and the

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West Ham's are thinking if Leicester can do it, why can't we? It is a

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fantastic achievement. Backup member the figure but was just over 47

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punters. Set even if you just put a quid down that is serious money.

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There is a sad story about everybody who put 20 quid down on his home

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team and the first time he did and he was in New York and he did not.

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But is 100 grand. It's great because it is not about the money. It is a

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feelgood moment for the whole country. And some of those players

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could be playing for England and that is the hope. And let us not

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forget the Tottenham players who are at a great season. So there's a lot

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of fantastic talent around. All that excitement and the lack of fear of

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anybody can follow through and we will see about that. There is some

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other news in the papers. Labour suspends 54 racism. This has been

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bubbling along since Jeremy Corbyn came to the leadership. It has been

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a storm. That incredible scene of Ken Livingstone being charged by

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Labour MP at the studios. 50 members have been suspended the

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anti-Semitism and that is far higher than we thought. 20 in the last few

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weeks and there are fears that this compliance unit within Labour which

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is made to reset all these people. They're saying that it is nowhere

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near that the numbers that we need and then each come out and beef up

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this unit. But is put this into some context. This is not summing

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investors come up specifically to do with Corbyn's leadership. A lot of

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these cases have been implying at a time before he came to the

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leadership. Is not specifically about him. And it does seem to be

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that there are right-wing elements in the media that seem to be

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trawling through the social media posts. This is a time when you need

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to show leadership. But hang on bed is specifically at the Labour Party

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survey we don't have control of this experiment we don't have people

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doing the same to the Conservative party or any other party. So there

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is no way to tell that this is specifically about the Labour Party.

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I think you're right because there are in every party. What is

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interesting is that there is election dynamic. On Thursday, the

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entire countries are devoted in some form or another. This has been the

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fourth or fifth day that anti-Semitism has dominated the

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front pages. Anti-Semitism is a problem in society not just the

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Labour Party. Precisely, it is a widespread issue. I think that it is

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not a particularly fair to say that the Labour Party has a problem with

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anti-Semitism and I think is more accurate to say that we do have

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problem with anti-Semitism. That never really goes away and it is

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always something that is their. They are politicians, they are and Jeremy

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Corbyn could test to be promised and this is a test of his leadership.

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Them into lead our society by example. There is a drip of all of

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this stuff only to be far more proactive. But you just have to show

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that you are on top of that. I think it to be absolutely right but I

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don't know that they are going to be to stop the Daily Telegraph from

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running pages like this at head of an election. I don't think they were

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Anymore on top of that the front pages would stop. To be fair all the

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papers have been going on this. In a way the numbers are good for call

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and because of the hazards live there is an automatic suspension

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than that shows you have a hard line on this. What Rachel Australia says

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would you still be running the front page if there was a local election.

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Since anti-Semitism in Labour has become a proper issue and we are not

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the only paper rooting around finding this problem. Let us turn to

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the Times and the Prime Minister learns new laws to stop Muslim

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extremists. Where getting a bit more detail now. This is David Cameron

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going to announce in the Queens speech that he is putting and coming

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is extremism at the heart of the speech. It is counter extremism

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tried to counter the propaganda efforts of the Islamic State and

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that is a very big deal. Especially in the context of some 800 Britons

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thought to have gone over to join Islamic State. The problem with the

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government's approach, and there are talks to measures to ban

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organisations use to promote hatred. The problem is that they are

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focusing on Islamist extremism. And it is not clear and certainly the

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people I've spoken to who have worked on countering violence and

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countering violent radicalisation, they've not pointed to a strong

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election between political extremism and religious extremism and violent

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extremism. That does not seem to be a direct connect between the two. Is

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a stronger Croats and other things like mental health, alienation and

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exclusion. And crime, as well. There are parts of Islamic State data

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clearly criminal. In some ways, we're fighting that with a coalition

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dropping bombs in serious and Iraq. It is not all down to

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radicalisation. So when you look at this take you wonder if it is going

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to be that helpful or in fact it is going to alienate the exact people

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that you want to get engaged and get on board and working with few to

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counter this very serious issue. I think you understand the extremism

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bit far better than may. Buddon also bring this up, at the end of the

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intro it says that they defending the claims and part of this is about

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a political launch and four weeks and months his party is being sold

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down by EU referendum. This is a time to put a stake in the ground

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that even if I believe and win the referendum I have three years of my

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term left. And some of it is his attempt to tackle extremism is a

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covert fight against the lower of Islamic State. There is a propaganda

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on both sides. This is a new revelation of a clandestinely

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propaganda unit that the government has set up to deal with and counter

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at Islamic State propaganda. It is called an Orwellian research and

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communications unit. But the trouble is that this unit has been operating

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in the UK but concealing the fact that it is a British backed

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enterprise. Which of course, again, you wonder it is actually go to so

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more mistrust at a time when you want to build that. Because people

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know that they have been fed lines by a government backed unit and that

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is not going to be a way to counter or deal with it. 3 million leaflets

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have been distributed by this group who have been part of the government

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funding and it is not entirely clear. They have a target and there

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are questions about the transparency of the government involvement. We

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only have a couple of minutes and I'm keen to get this story in. I

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hope he wins. It is the story of the day for the man who was a

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44-year-old Frenchman and he is claiming that he has suffered a bore

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out at work, which means, his descent into hell which is similar

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to burn up the less interesting. There's so little to do that he

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became and he was ashamed to be paid to do nothing for nothing at all. A

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no longer existed and he says that it can destroy you physically. He

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talks about a serious illness and he talks about the stress and a level

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that you can actually can sue for. But his employers point out that why

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we're coming in are not complaining about being bored for a couple of

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years. His idea to an ?80,000 out of that. I am really happy and not

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bored at all. This is an interesting story for those were not as

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independent. Another person who is potentially

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happy is the person who invented the coin. It features on the front page

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of the Financial Times. It is a tossup for big coin users on the

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currency's creator. There has been years of speculation as to who is

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responsible for the creation of the coin. This man has finally come

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forward, Craig Wright, claiming he is the guy. He has given an

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exclusive belligerent interview to the BBC saying I and the man, but

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please stop asking me. Which makes you wonder why he did in the first

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place. Of course the night belongs to the

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fans of Leicester City. Hundreds continue to celebrate outside their

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home stadium tonight. Coming up next,

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it's The Film Review.

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