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Hello, and welcome to our look ahead to what the papers will be

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With me are the Wall Street Journal reporter Rebecca Byrne,

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and the Senior Political Correspondent for the Daily

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The Financial Times focusses on those comments made

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to the Queen by David Cameron, where he described Nigeria

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and Afghanistan as "possibly the most corrupt countries

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The Metro reports on the apology from Greater Manchester Police

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for an actor shouting "God is great" in Arabic, during a terror drill.

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The Telegraph previews the release of the Government's white paper

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on the BBC, saying ministers are preparing to re-write

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the corporation's mission statement.

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The Guardian reports that eltly patients are dying after being

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released from hospital too soon. -- elderly. The times leads on the same

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story as well ass claimed that Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton are

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neck and neck in three key states for the race to the White House and

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a new brain scan that can spot Alzheimer's years before symptoms

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appear, that is the lead on the front of the ex-press.

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-- express. We will start with the Guardian.

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Queen's photo there. She is look, how would you describe that look,

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after MrCameron's word, choice of words describing a member of her

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Commonwealth, that will be Nigeria, and Afghanistan. She is not too

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happy, is she. But this isn't the first time Cameron has been caught,

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you know, speaking privately in this way, caught on the Mike. Think it is

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less embarrassing than you might assume. Because Cameron was talking

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about Nigeria and Afghanistan. Not specifically the leaders, the

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country, and I think it is hard to argue they are not corrupt. The

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reason they are at this anti-corruption summit is because

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they are some of the most corrupt countries in the world. If you were

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Nigerian on Afghan, wouldn't you be a bit hang on a second? That is a

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bit strong, Sir. Fair enough coming from the loader of the UK, but he is

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hold -- leader of the UK, but he is holding this anti-corruption summit

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here, and the leaders have both acknowledged that there is a

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problem, with corruption, and they have contributed to a book, which

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has been published to mark this occasion. I mean, look if you look

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at the Transparency Internationals rankings of corruption, Afghanistan

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ranks 166th. Nigeria is 136. Very corrupt country, so, you know but

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the question is... They are our guest, the Queen's head of state to

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come here to be spoken to about corruption and the Prime Minister

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says that. Now, crucially, cameras were near enough to pick up what was

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being said, there is some suggestion that possibly the PM new the cameras

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were there, we, knew we were going to get a few front-pages maybe for

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his corruption summit, that not enough people are talking about in

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Westminster. They are talking about it now Given the Corbyn problems,

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and the referendum. I wonder whether if that is case and there is no

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proof, I think it's is bad form if the Queen is being used adds a pawn

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to push this summit. There is no proof that is the case but certainly

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the Number Ten was saying that the PM was wear of where the. Ka cams

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are, which might led you believe why did he do it. When he was caught in

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2014 saying how the Queen purred down the line when he told her the

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result of the referendum, that the union would not be broken up by the

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vote, that was clearly a mistake. This one is less clear cult. But

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even so, he has the headline, whether these leaders come or don't

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come, to this Thursday conference, I don't know. I mean, it is

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interesting, though, because he is being very undiplomatic in his

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language, in front of the Queen, about a member of the Commonwealth.

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That is Nigeria, and also about countries that yes, everyone knows

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have struggled with corruption, but with two leaders who have been only

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been in post for roughly a year, maybe a bit more. You are right on

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that, it is the countries not the leaders and that is why he has a bit

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of wriggle room. I reckon the diplomatic wires are hot tonight,

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making, clearly discussing the countries not the leaders, the

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leaders, thank goodness they are coming. But the official response

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from Nigeria has been one of horror and anger. But that is the response

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you would expect. Publicly any way. Yes, but you know, look if you are

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holding an anti-corruption summit you will have countries there that

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are corrupt. You are not going to invite Denmark and Sweden and

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Finland who have no problem at all. So that is why they are here. Yes,

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it wasn't a particularly well thought out statement for him to

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say, and whether he knew that he was going to be recorded or not, we

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don't know. It is so rare you have the same headlines across so many

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papers. The FT. Yes, Cameron insults key nations on 've of global

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corruption summit. I was speaking to the presenter of Focus on Africa the

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big evening programme the BBC puts out for African viewers on the

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Continent, and he was telling me, Rebecca, that the Nigerians all they

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need to do, is point Mr Cameron in the direction of a lot of the

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buildings in Kensington, and a say actually that building, that is paid

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for by dodgy oil money from Nigeria, why is that money being allowed into

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this country? What your safeguards for dealing with corruption?

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Exactly. I think he has spoken about this, and this is one of the things

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he is trying to crackdown on, following the Panama leaks, that we

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know there is a lot of money being laundered through the British

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housing market, and that is something he is going to look into,

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but for now, I think this summit is more about countries like

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Afghanistan and Nigeria, which have arguably more serious problems. Well

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they would argue that, you know, people in glass houses. Fair enough.

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To be fair to the PM. He is big on transparency, he learned about

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transparency through the MP's expenses scandal and he has been

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pushing very hard. It is the big thing on the national stage. He came

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out hard about his own tax affairs but a he knew he would be on the

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world stage doing just this thing, on those property, he is going to

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force ownership to be disclosed, of these house, as part of that, so he

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is rying to say we are not saying anything is right or wrong. Let us

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get it out there. On to the Metro. Police sorry for Muslim suicide bomb

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exercise, what is this about? So police held this terror drill in

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Manchester as part this drill a fake suicide bomber shouted Allahu Akbar.

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And obviously the police force has apologised for this, for racial

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stereotyping, but the whole vent has sparked a backlash, because people

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are saying this is political correctness gone mad. Because it

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probably, it might well be an an attack by an Islamist extremist

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which are all looking out for and worried about? Yes, the recent

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events in Paris and Brussels have been carried out by Islamic

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extremists and someone tweeted rather humorously what do they think

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he is going to shout out, Avon calling? I think in fairness,

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terrorist acts can and do come from all walks of lie. If you remember a

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few years ago in 2011, there was a very serious terrorist attack, by

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Anders Brevik, killed 76 people. That had nothing do with the Islam.

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But there is no real history I think, certainly in the last few

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years, of the far right launching terror attacks. No. It is not

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necessary the police to do this. I think itle right they are being

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lampooned about it, obviously, you know, Muslims, they are not, there

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is no reason to suggest that the next terrorist attack will be from a

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Muslim group. That is assuming this guy might be a Muslim, is allowing

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to build a stereotype, that is how you know, things go wrong in the

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justice system, they have to push back. It is right they should be

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apologising. It is lazy. It is lazy stereotype by doing that he, there

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is no reason to assume that, the next attack... All right. OK. On to

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the times, dementia sufferer abandoned by hospital, elderly

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people subjected to harrowing ordeal. How do you free up beds to

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get more people coming through? It is clearly wrong they are sending

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home elderly people, late at night, without food, water or bedding, and

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who can't be going to the toilet. It is appalling examples from this

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report. Talking of how a woman in her 90s was hurried out of hospital

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only to die in her grand daugt terse's arms at home. --

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granddaughter. We will move, we are looking after you here and we

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are-of-ing you into a new care set up when you get home. At night-time

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that won't be working. But at the same time, Rebecca, there is a

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problem with the shortage of beds and it is a horrible phrase but bed

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blockers as well, it is an issue that the NHS is having a real

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problem coming to grips with. We We have heard the statistics and we

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know the NHS is under a great deal of strain this story brings to life

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the personal suffering that is going on, Chris mentioned this, this

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terrible case, there is another one 85-year-old woman with dementia,

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brought back to her empty house by ambulance 11pm. The family had not

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been told she was being discharged and the following morning, her

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daughter found her mother had been left with no food, drink or bedding.

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What is the justification for that? You can't be that broke as a service

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and allow this to happen. They are caring for them in hospital. They

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doubt they do it on purpose, it just happening because I think the system

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is not connecting up properly. There is no social care at home. They

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maybe too busy, they can't work out, it is the system not connecting up.

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That is not what they want do, Echeverria in hospital they want the

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look after people. It has been blamed on poor planning,er lack of

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communication, yes. Lack of oversight.

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That is a horrible phrase. On to the Telegraph. This is a story that you

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were involved with, your buy line isn't on it you are making this up.

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You are friending you have done some work on it. I am the actual logo.

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Not really. Isil sell plant to use migrant roots for UK attacks. This

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is about we are trying, we are talking about the right people are

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getting across the border. There was concern there was an Isil cell who

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was looking exploiting routes to try and plot an attack on the UK, this

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comes to Theresa May talked about overhauling the sea border, that is

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an empty, sparsely connected. There are four border force cutters that

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can patrol it, there is increasing evidence of migrants coming across

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in small boats and landing on the remote sea border, so that is a

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concern. We see it as annish sue, everything is... It is going to feed

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into that. I think we take the view we do this campaign, with or without

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the EU referendum, so the fact that Theresa May has suggested there will

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be a review of how they protect the sea border, this is a good start and

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why it needs to be done. For Brexiter, the immigration issue is

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one of the key planks they believe they can use to convince people that

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leaving the EU is the right thing to do. Absolutely. And you know, this

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story about the Isil cell how this group of people managed to make

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their way through Europe, they went to Italy, to France, they came to

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London, they took photographs of potential targets, how are the

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borders that were so porous and allowed them in and two are believed

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to be still on the run and gone ban to Afghanistan. This is going to

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play into that whole debate. It is going to you know, give more fuel to

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the people that want to leave the EU. Sure. And continuing that theme,

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this is one thing that exercises and makes them angry. Regulations coming

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from Brussels that suggest you can't have a vacuum cleaner of a certain

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power and the banana has to be the right shape and this kind of stuff.

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Well, it is coming at you. These eco design restriction, my colleague in

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Brussels says they are going to delay these controversial meddling

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officialle doll rules until after the referendum. It is not just

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kettles. It is route ever, jet washers all of your weekend activity

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Clive could end if we don't leave Europe.

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Well, Becky, these are eco driven policies. They make sense, don't

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they, if climate change is going up? Well, you could argue that, they...

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One could argue. Not you cleave. One could argue that. I I don't have an

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opinion either. It is going to play into this whole argument, the red

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tape, the Medling in... It all feeds into that great long debate. Hasn't

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finished yet. It is still going on. That is it for The Papers, we will

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be back at 11.30 for a second look at the Pape errs. We will see you

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then. Nan, for that. Now time for the weather.

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Hello, most of us will be dry at the weekend but it is not

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straightforward. Straightforward. It is wet for some and sunny for other,

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it has been in Scotland. 26 degree, the warmest place in

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