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She had to be helped into a vehicle to leave the memorial service.

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And Great Britain's rowers lead the gold rush on Day 4

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Welcome to our look ahead to what the papers will be bringing us

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tomorrow. With ask Joel Taylor, deputy news editor of the Metro and

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the editor of the Independent. Welcome to you both. The Independent

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leads on the commemorations of the 9/11 attacks, 15 years on. The

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presidential hopeful felt faint, the Times says. Hilary Clinton's health

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scare also a feature on the front page of the Telegraph. The Guardian

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leads on Britain's Paralympic success. Something has to give,

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warnings over NHS funding from a senior health chief on the Metro,

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there. And on the front page of the mirror, more allegations about

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Labour MP Keith Vaz. And this on the front page of the

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FT, a harrowing image of babies being carried through the rubble in

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Syria following an air strike on the rebel held area of Aleppo. Don't

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pack away your suntan lotion just yet, there is a mini autumn heatwave

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on the way, says the Daily Express. Let's start with a story on the

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Daily Telegraph, here. Britain's face a Visa fee to visit Europe, the

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Home Secretary is warning that the holiday tax could be heading our way

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as part of any deal to secure Brexit. On what evidence? I think

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it's reasonable to assume that if one of the fundamental freedoms of

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the EU is fundamental movement -- free movement of people, if the UK

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leaves the EU, one of the indications may be that free

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movement is restricted and you may have to pay. We have to pay to go to

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Turkey on holiday, they are not in the EU. If we have two page to go on

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holiday to France or Spain or Greece, it is not inconceivable we

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might have to pay a Visa fee. Have they put a figure on it? They

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suggest about ?10, which is based on what people have two page to enter

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the United States, in certain models. It sort of underlines what

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we sort of know, that there is very little information about what Brexit

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actually means, because this wasn't really talked about prior to the

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vote and now it may be the case that a family of four would be paying ?40

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to travel to France. It's conceivable it could happen but we

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don't know yet, because there is so much still to be talked about. The

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implication of what Amber Rudd was saying was that it would be

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surprising if this happened, because maybe they would do a deal. Maybe

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they won't charge Visa fees for Europeans to come to the UK, in

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exchange for not doing it the other way. You can't say at this stage

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because they haven't got down to any of the serious negotiations yet.

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Staying with the Telegraph, a picture of Hilary Clinton on their

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front page, Clinton health care as she faints in public, it says. Since

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this paper was printed, we've learned that she was diagnosed only

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a couple of days ago with pneumonia. It seems amazing that she was

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diagnosed with pneumonia, I understand, on Friday, and she is

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out for the 9/11 memorial today. It seems far too quick. Certainly the

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video you see of her, she looks terribly unstable and has to be

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helped into her car. Obviously she came out smiling shortly afterwards,

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but the Republicans are not going to shy away from using this to say that

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she might not be fit to run for office. Her doctor is saying that

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she is recovering nicely and became overheated and dehydrated. They were

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standing for about an hour and a half, so if she is not feeling well,

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you can understand it, but not a good sign for her to become ill. I'm

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surprised this doesn't happen more often, standing for the amount of

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time they have to stand, politicians, and a concentration

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they have to give and the scrutiny they are under... It's not that of

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rising but I think what is really dangerous for the Clinton camp is

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the sense that they have been sort of covering up some health issues,

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because this is the sort of thing that Donald Trump has been hinting

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at for some time, in his odious way. "Has She got the stamina to become

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president?" They need to scotch the impression that there is some kind

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of cover-up going on, because that is going to feed into the conspiracy

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theories. There have been so many ideas that she is not trustworthy.

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There is always a conspiracy... While we are on the subject of the

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9/11 commemorations, which is where she did not feel well, President

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Obama reflecting on the attacks of 15 years ago. It's hard to credit

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that, isn't it? So many people they're just saying that the grief

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just doesn't subside. We remember it so vividly. We were all covering it

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at the time and it felt so seismic from the moment it happened. All the

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stories we've been covering in those 15 years really have a strong link.

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I is -- Isis, Tony Blair and George Bush,

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the Iraq war, it all stems from that seminal moment. You can tie back the

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problems in Syria as well. Every story on the international scale

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seems to have had a big change with that seismic shift that we all

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remember. Let's move on to the Metro, shall we? Something has to

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give, to offer a seven-day NHS. This is following on from the head of NHS

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providers, Chris Copson, talking about the fact that as it stands,

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they can't deliver Jeremy Hunt's plans. I wonder whether we have to

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think of the NHS differently, Jill? Scale back its aspirations? That is

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certainly what he's saying, that if we want to be doing what Jeremy Hunt

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is planning, that we need rational care in a far more drastic fashion

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than we do already. -- we need to ration care. Performance targets

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such as the type they were not hitting, shutting services down...

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It's easy to imagine more and more people who suffer from obesity or

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heavy smokers being told that they are not going to get such and such

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treatment until they lose so much weight or they stop smoking. It is a

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dangerous road to go down but this is the implication. Or if we decide

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that we want to spend more on the NHS and have everything covered, how

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great would the appetite be to pay for an extra health tax? I suspect

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it would not be that great. You see all these polls and the NHS comes

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really high on people's priorities, but at the same time, people don't

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have an appetite to pay any more tax, and that is the early way you

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can provide the holistic seven days a week service that people want, by

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raising tax. Another alternative is copayments, so that you would have

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to pay more for prescriptions and visits, various ways of doing it.

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There wouldn't be a big appetite for that. It's one of those things where

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the public want one thing but they don't want to pay for the means. The

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politicians are caught in the middle and have to swear that Terkel. What

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we're seeing here is NHS institutions saying, "What you're

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saying cannot be delivered", to Downing Street. We mentioned Syria a

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moment ago and this is a picture of Syrian babies being carried through

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the rubble of Aleppo, one of the two parts of Syria that has particularly

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come under bombardment over the weekend. There is supposed to be

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eight fire that comes into place tomorrow evening, but it is touch

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and go over who is going to take part? It is an incredibly important

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moment now that the US and Russia agree, because they were totally at

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loggerheads if we just go back if you years, the US were saying that

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the Russians were targeting, they were trying to prop up Assad and

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it's a complete reversal now, they are saying they going to go with the

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Russians... Their number one priority, a very big priority shift

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for the US here, so we will see whether they can coerce the forces

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on to -- on the ground to following that agenda. We don't know whether

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President Assad will feature in any future administration, because in

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the past that was a deal-breaker for a lot of the groups, and now he

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might feature in the future. He might do and the idea might be that

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he would move aside for a transitional government after some

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period of time. He has not seemed winning to do that thus far. As Ben

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says, if Russia is now allying itself to the US or at least

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co-operating to a certain extent, it seems they are trying to heap more

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pressure on to Assad, so we might get some progress at this very key

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moment. Back to the Telegraph. " Nation breeds sigh of relief as

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Helen Aja is found not guilty. -- Nation breathes sigh of relief as

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Helen Archer is found not guilty. This storyline from the Archers

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about Helen and her coercively controlling husband has gripped the

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nation. The special one-hour episode seems to star also is of people

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eager to get onto the Archers. But it seems to have raised a very

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important story. A few days ago the CPS was saying 18.6% of its caseload

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was due to rape, domestic abuse and sexual assault. It is highlighting a

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huge problem in society. There have been helplines linked to this story.

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The BBC has really gone to town with the way it has publicised this

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particular story, hiring a court reporter to show what it would be

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like inside. It's the holy grail for drama writers, to get on the front

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pages of the papers with what you producing but also the very relevant

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to what, as Jill has been saying, is a very important issue. -- Joel has

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been saying. It must have been a great thing to have acted and been

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involved in. The slow burn storyline helped because it was two and a half

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hours, although listening this evening and remembering my own time

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on the jury, it was slightly different, lots of aggressive

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characters, but that was for the drama... Very difficult to write a

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drum and make it entered -- entertaining. Do you think they did

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the right thing making her not guilty and not sending her to

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prison? They could have got a lot more mileage out of the story if

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they had at her guilty and had an appeal, but they have to think what

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works best for the story and the social impact. There were so many

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people using the hashtag #freehelen on social media, I don't think they

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might have dared! It doesn't sound like the programme has -- programme

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storyline has totally gone away... Let's go to the express, we know how

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they love a weather story and it has not missed a trick tonight. Last

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blast of summer sun. How hot exactly is it going to be? It's going to be

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88 Fahrenheit, 31 Celsius, but more importantly, hotter than Hawaii, Los

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Angeles and Turkey tomorrow in the UK. A sort of Indian summer,

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although I gather the term Indian summer comes from America rather

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than India. Yes, I'm told that by our friends in the weather centre.

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It's all very well but a lot of people are back at work, can't even

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enjoy it! Protected from it in an air-conditioned office. There is a

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reminder on the top of the express which I'm sure you won't thank me

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for, that Christmas isn't far away! Winterval. That is a story we don't

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have time for! Thank goodness. We will be back at 11:30pm.

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For another look at the stories making the news tomorrow.

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