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training for it. -- I do not see why Tokyo would not be on the cards.
That's all from Sportsday. Coming up in a moment, the Papers.
Hello and welcome to our look ahead to what the the papers will be
With me are Financial journalist, Louise Cooper and Michael Booker,
Tomorrow's front pages starting with...
The Daily Mail says the 'post-code lottery' for cataract surgery,
will end as the government is going to draw up new guidelines.
The Metro lead with Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt getting divorced,
The Express reports that the government will divert
spending on overseas aid to fighting terrorism and tackling
The Guardian says the Labour Party is going to crack down on online
abuse - expelling members who don't adhere to a code of conduct.
The Telegraph reports that BBC staff are allegedly
paid 40% more than staff at other broadcasters.
The Times leads with news that Britain is going to impose tough
checks on ivory traders to protect elephants.
The online Independent leads with a committee
of MPs who have criticised the government's strategy
for fighting the so called Islamic State in Syria.
Are you responsible for this front page? Possibly. There are ?12
billion that we give in foreign aid and if it is perceived as going to
places that seem daft, when the story is about India and we show how
much we give to India and then we have a story about how they put a
rocket into space, people get upset. It will not be the most amount of
money, but some people deem it a waste of time. With The Daily
Express hat on, a lot of our readers will think it is sensible for
Theresa May to say, this money, we will put it towards tackling the
global migration crisis, starting with places like Somalia, it has
turned into a failed state, there is the group Al Shabaab, it is taking
over the country in many parts and if we put money into it and send
troops there and target aid and are seen to be targeting the money
properly, there will be less controversy. She has sensibly put
this out there in the speech at the UN and many would agree. If that aid
is going in the right places, then brilliant. The speech that Theresa
May gave in front of the UN General Assembly, it was a speech that many
conservatives back here in the UK would applaud one suspects. She is
talking about dealing with the migration crisis, making sure there
is a proper differentiation between someone who is coming hither
economic means, someone who is a refugee, someone who is allowed
asylum in the first country they land on. -- who is coming here on
their own economic means. She also said can you imagine it if it was
your own family fleeing atrocities? She is appealing to her backbenchers
with a hard line, but also saying, look, we understand why people would
leave with their families, this appalling situation. It is tackling
the root causes. They are not really, no one is dealing with
Syria. Know, the root cause in Somalia is the terrorism and that is
where the money is being targeted all stop if you stop those states
becoming failed, then people will stay in those countries and the
economy grows in those countries and they become attractive places for
other people. Critics of The Daily Express with the where is the front
page talking about the fact that 20,000 refugees are supposed to be
coming to the UK over the next five years, there has been a trickle,
hardly any have made it. This story we are applauding the use of foreign
aid, we cannot do everything. Every single time, but at the moment we
would back what she is saying. Let's move on, the Metro is talking about
Syria. The UN condemns the bombing of an aid convoy in Syria. These are
volunteers, many of them, they are trying to help people in Syria and
they get bombed. It is a war crime. 18 trucks, it is a pretty big
attack. 18 trucks being destroyed is a very large bomb. We have seen
President Putin and Bashar al-Assad say nothing to do with arts.
Somebody must have done it. You have got the UN aid chief Stephen O'Brien
saying if this callous attack is found to be a deliberate attack on
humanitarians it would amount to war crime, but the trouble is getting
that proof when you have a categorical denial from Russia and
Syria, then there needs to be proof and in the fog of war, that is very
difficult to get. There is a general fear of Russia. The UN commission
has stinging rebukes, but what does it do to Putin and Russia? Ban
Ki-Moon was very strong today, normally does not get quite so the
motion -- quite so emotional. Where does that go? If it was to stop aid
convoys, then it has worked. What would you do? LAUGHTER
The greatest minds at you when do not know how to stop this, if you
have a regime that has decided it will use whatever means necessary,
killing civilians potentially and you have liberal democracies who are
saying you cannot kill civilians, what would you do? We are looking at
it from afar. Ban Ki-Moon is getting angry, at the end of the day it has
done nothing. If we go back a few years and we backed military action
in Syria, the boat that David Cameron lost, where would we be now?
Would it be far worse. -- vote. It is a hellhole as it is, but
somewhere down the line the fighting will somehow stop, I do not think it
will, but these atrocities, no one will prove it. They will get away
with it. There was a real sense of embarrassment and shame coming from
the UN today, it is reported by our correspondent. It sums up how
impotent and absolutely useless they have been in dealing with this. A
lot of leaders will not want to go there. Look at David Cameron with
what happened with Libya, that was only a limited intervention, already
he has introduced over it and there is that report from the committee.
If we had gone into Syria, what would it be like? It is not about
going in the Terry, any kind of diplomatic attempts to deal with
what is going on, it makes the UN look completely and utterly... What
is the point? You had two of the greatest superpower is saying they
would have a ceasefire, how many times have we seen ceasefires broken
in the history of world politics? Talking of war, the Labour Party!
LAUGHTER This is an entertaining story, but
we should not be laughing about it. We should not be laughing about it.
This is the opposition who should be a Sirius opposition. They spent
eight hours, they could not decide on anything important. -- a serious
opposition. Like the brownies they are asking members to sign a pledge
against online abuse. I don't if they have to stand up and say it
with their fingers in the air, but they have to say I stand against all
forms of abuse, if found to be in breach of the Labour Party policy of
online abuse, I face expulsion. They do face expulsion. They could be
suspended and eventually expelled. You need proof. If you are an online
troll, surprisingly a lot of them are anonymous and this is a Jewish
MP, a female MP, Ruth Smith and she said she had been subjected to
25,000 instances of abuse. It is so bad she has required police
protection. For a serious political party to spend most of their eight
hours coming up with this rather than with anything a particular
substance... If they cannot agree about this... This is a major
talking point to be fair. For this Jewish MP it is important that the
Labour Party deals with it. It is very important, the volume of the
abuse that people seem to be getting, this is the Labour Party.
It is embarrassing that this is what it comes down to. It is worse than
embarrassing, it is horrifying. You are right that Ruth Smith did say, I
think this is a great step forward. At least there is something about
Jeremy Corbyn's Labour Party and his supporters, this seems to be the
volume of it. To say you will have to sign up and say you will not
abuse someone, it says a lot. I cannot see a lot of other political
parties doing this, because they do not have this problem. They had a
discussion about the Shadow Cabinet being elected, whether or not you
should get rid of registered voters, they put Jeremy Corbyn in place.
They did not get very far on a lot of the substantial issues. Let's get
to the Telegraph. BBC pay is a hot topic, the BBC is said to be paid
40% more than their rivals. This is the Telegraph and apparently it is
carried out for the BBC. The disparity is much later than --
the disparity is much later than the public sector.
If you can get paid more than somebody else, then good on you. We
are a public broadcaster. All I would say as a BBC member of staff,
if this survey had been done 20 or 30 years ago, it would be completely
different. Pay for workers at lower levels of broadcasting in the
commercial sector, they have gone down Pacific to sleep in the private
sector. That has not happened. -- they have gone down steeply in the
private sector. They are lining up. Very briefly, Brad and Angelina. We
have three minutes, we can spend some time on this. What is going on
here? I thought I kind of expected that. I
know he has had his problems before with Jennifer Aniston and Gwyneth
Paltrow, but no. Irreconcilable differences according to Angelina.
I love the way they put it. In the year that has given us Brexit and
bake it, we now have Brad it. Who wrote this? Hats off for that, come
on. This will be the big story. This is the first one since the split. We
have 15 crews standing by to head to LA to spend more money so you can
write about it and the people will get upset about it. That was a joke
by the way! Very briefly, fitness training. They are flooding the
I like Forrest Gump, do not need these things. If you have not done
any steps for a while it serves get a move on pork chop. There has been
a study that says when people are done the steps, it is a complete
waste of time. You are spending ?150 on a fitness tracker and they are
changing it. I have got one. I am still looking all right, aren't I? I
am not committing. Angelina will not be coming running, but... LAUGHTER
We did not get to cats! LAUGHTER Thank you very much indeed, many
thanks for that. That is it for the papers, do not forget, all the
papers are online. Let's have a look at the weather.
Hello there, good evening, fairly quiet weather, things get boisterous
as the week goes on. A lot of dry weather overnight.