23/07/2016 The Papers


23/07/2016

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They say motorists are currently experiencing delays

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A coach carrying schoolchildren from Cheltenham has

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Two teenagers are in a serious condition and thirteen others

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

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With me are James Rampton, feature writer for the Independent

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and Caroline Wheeler, political editor for the Sunday

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The Observer leads with details of the 18-year-old who shot nine

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people dead at a Munich shopping centre on Friday night.

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The Sunday Telegraph says the Munich gunman used social media

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to coax the victims to a restaurant where he carried out the shootings.

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Massacre in Munich is the headline accompanying a large photo

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of the gunman on The Sunday Times front page, above pictures of some

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of the victims of last night's shooting in the Bavarian capital,

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The Mail on Sunday says Bangladeshi workers are reportedly paid 30 pence

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an hour to make T shirts for Jeremy Corbyn's leadership

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campaign, which then sell for ?10 each.

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The Express reports that the Foreign Secretary,

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Boris Johnson, is confident that the Brexit negotiations

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will result in the deal Britain wants.

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'Non Voyage', that's the headline in the Sunday Mirror,

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which is reporting on holiday makers stuck in traffic jams at Dover

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for hours today, as they try to make their way across the English

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The Observer, one of the papers looking at the aftermath of the

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shootings in Munich. He was a loner with an obsession with mass murder.

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Five years to the day since Anders Breivik carried out the killings in

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Oslo. We discovered that this young man had an unhealthy fixation with

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mass killings? We did. The story was developing yesterday and through the

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course of the day today. There was a suggestion that it was potentially

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related to Islamic State terrorism, but by this morning the whole tone

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of the story had changed. One of the shocking things that came out, there

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had already been some speculation about the date of this attack, was

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that this killer had links to Anders Breivik. A classmate said he had

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used Anders Breivik's face as a profile picture on social media. He

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also used the exact same way then as Anders Breivik used five years ago.

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The question is how someone in Germany could have gotten hold of

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that weapon? That is shocking. A security expert earlier said that

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many weapons from former Soviet states are awash in the country,

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they were trafficked through Germany and were used in both the Brussels

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and Paris attacks. If you have the will and desire, you may be able to

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find one, as this young man clearly did. It also baffles me that his

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parents never spotted anything. He was said to have been bullied for

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seven years, his room was full of books with titles like, Why Kids

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Kill. He apparently used the most devious means, setting up a Facebook

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account as a young woman in inviting young man to come to McDonald's for

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some free food, at which point he would murder them. Massacring

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Munich, the teenage murderer who killed nine people. Here are just

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some of the pictures of the young people who died in the attack last

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night. Many more are still being treated in hospital. Yes, it is

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tough for everyone, but if you were a parent, just to put yourself into

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the issues... I have three teenage girls, seven of the nine who were

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killed at teenagers. It was shocking that he targeted them. He also

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appeared to have a bias against certain nationalities. He picked out

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two children of Turkish origin and two from Kosovo. It seems shocking

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that he had such a vitriolic hatred that he would pick out those people.

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Yes, and he was bullied at school. The other thing we learned is that

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apparently he struck early on Friday, after breaking the news to

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his family that he failed his end of school examinations. There seems to

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be some turmoil going on in the family. It does make you wonder why

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his parents didn't see any early warning signs. Moving on to talk

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about some politics in the Observer. A senior Jeremy Corbyn aid accused

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of illegal entry into a Westminster offers? Serious claims that she and

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her staff were perhaps intimidated by some people surrounding the

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leader and his staff. It poses the question that, as Jeremy Corbyn lost

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control of some people? It happened on a day where more than 40 female

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MPs wrote to Jeremy Corbyn saying that he needs to crack down on

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abuse. Angela Eagle had a shocking moment when a brick was thrown

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through her office window. It seems like there is a really nasty,

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vitriolic atmosphere prevailing at the moment. Bed does. This is an

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astonishing story. She was one of the shadow cabinet members that

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resigned a few weeks ago for -- few weeks ago. The suggestion is that

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somebody close to John McDonald has entered her office without

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permission. There was a precedent set going back to 2008. They have

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said there should be no access to these officers apart from the

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particular member. We don't have the response yet, not from the Labour

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Party or from the leader's team, but there has been an astonishing period

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where lots of claims of bullying and harassment have emerged. We had one

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about how the Shadow Cabinet aides were essentially saying they could

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not make complaints about bullying. Is this really what we expect from

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the Labour Party? The Mail on Sunday, how low can he go? Jeremy

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Corbyn using slave Labour for T-shirts, the T-shirts cost ?10 but

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the machine is making the T-shirts in Bangladesh only earn 30p an hour.

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You would think somebody would check that. Especially as it has happened

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before. It does seem like a great story. I know that the Mail on

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Sunday are definitely against Corbyn. It is a strong story because

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the Labour leader himself has previously attacked the pain

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conditions in Bangladesh and urged consumers to think twice about

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buying products from that country. If this is the case, it does seem

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someone has been rather hypocritical -- paying. In September last year,

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they reported this. Clearly somebody has not been as careful as they

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should have been. For it to happen wants is one thing, but twice is

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quite extraordinary. Careless. The express, EU will give us what we

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want. Where has he got this from? -- Express. Boris Johnson, as we all

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know, I am sure he is reeling from the shock. He has gone out and tried

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to gather support for Britain and their role in the world. He attended

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a meeting with some American journalist who wanted to ask about

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Brexit and where it was going. His response was that he thought Britain

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could have her cake and eat it, we could get a deal from Europe which

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meant we could have access to the single market balanced with a

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restriction of free movement. He says he is detecting a mood change

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within Europe and they would be happy to give him what he wants. I

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am treating some of Boris Johnson's words with caution. I don't think

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everything he said during the Brexit campaign was strictly accurate. An

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American journalist read a very long list of perceived inaccuracies to Mr

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Johnson during his press conference. I have never seen him lost for

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words, until he broke into Latin. It doesn't actually get things done.

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Carrying out a good game and talking about a good game are two different

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things. The Sunday Mirror, this is people trying to head to Dover on

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holiday. Security checks have increased, people are bit miffed.

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But the people we have spoken to are coping remarkably well. They get the

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football south of the car, they have clearly been camping. They don't...

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To neither thought of spending several hours trapped in a hot car

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with my children makes me horrified. We heard reports of ten hours, 12

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hours... I can't imagine that. Look at the picture, it is a great

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picture unless you are stuck in it. Highway to hell? I like this story

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because it combines many things that Sunday papers love. The word misery

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is essential in any headline, it also gives us an excuse to kick the

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French, which we love. Apparently they was only one friend border

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guard on duty. It is a wonderful picture, whoever took that, take a

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bow. I like the quote from one of the poor people who was trapped who

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said, there was a bit of camping spirit going on. Very much like

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Glastonbury, but with the benefit of having a real bathroom at the end of

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it. Stuck in that terrible jam, I hope you all have a lovely holiday

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when you get there. Somebody rescue me here. Taylor Swift given the

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right to censor her online abuse? She is one of the most powerful pop

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people in history. In an unprecedented move, Instagram handed

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her a unique tool that enables her to remove any negative comments

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regarding images that she posts. Basically she can press a button and

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delete swathes of negative comments, something of lesser mortals cannot

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do. It does speak of this rather celebrity obsessed atmosphere on

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social media, some people need to take a break every now and then? One

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of the stars of Ghostbusters said she was getting such horrendous

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harassment on Twitter because she was a woman. I have three teenage

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daughters, so I understand these things. The idea that Taylor Swift

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is a master manipulator of the media, on the fourth of July she had

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for supermodels surrounding her, Taylor Swift in the middle,

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replicating the Statue of Liberty, all with perfect hair and make-up...

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Even had her poor unfortunate boyfriend to wear a I Love Taylor

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Swift T-shirt... It is also staged -- an. Finally, Chris Froome

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coasting home. The third title in the back, he is an extraordinary

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athlete? I think he doesn't get enough credit in this country. I

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love this headline, he doesn't get enough credit in this country. He

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cycles 200 kilometres a day and has to do it again the next day. It is

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an astonishing physical feat. Only one Britain has ever won the Tour de

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France before. Yesterday he slipped on a painted white wine, crashed

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horribly, which the whole of his back and his arm, and said to his

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teammate, could I please have your bike? In a wonderful spirit of

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kindness, he said yes, he went on cycling and increased his lead. He

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is an incredible athlete, and if he doesn't win of the year, it would be

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a travesty. It is starting already! I am not saying he will, but I

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really think he should. What he has done surpasses most things that any

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Britons have ever done. We have revealed that one of our producers

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tonight is quite keen on Tour de France. She told us about Adam

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Yates... The under 25-year-old what fourth-place, which is phenomenal

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for a man of that age -- got. He has 30 stage wins, and only one

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legendary cyclist has more. If he's surpasses that, that is an amazing

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achievement. They are livid, their opponents. Compared to this, a bit

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of abuse on Twitter is not so bad. Thank you James and Caroline,

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you'll both be back at half 11 for another look at the stories

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making the news tomorrow.

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