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

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the morning. With the Caroline Frost, entertainment and get of the

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Huffington Post and Christopher Hope. Welcome to both of you. A look

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at the front pages. The Telegraph's front page has a picture of Sam

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Allardyce who they say leaves the England job in disgrace. It says

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eight current and former Premier League managers stand accused of

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receiving money for player transfers. The Independent says Sam

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Allardyce has suffered an awful own goal and his main story focuses on

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Labour. It says party MPs have worked for months to ensure votes

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weekends Jeremy Corbyn. Sam Allardyce is on the front of the

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Metro, pictured as he left Wembley tonight. The Guardian says Jeremy

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Corbyn will say that a Labour Government will not sow division by

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promising to cut immigration. The Express says up to 12,000 asylum

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Britain. The Times says England is a Britain. The Times says England is a

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laughing stock of world football and the Murder has the picture of Sam

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Allardyce, brought down by greed it says. We start with the Sam

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Allardyce story. Carolyn, take us to the front of the Murder because they

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have spoken about greed. You can see why. He is being paid ?3 million a

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year to do his dream job, a job that some people would absolutely do for

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free. I think he is the highest-paid football manager, possibly in the

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world, definitely in Europe. It seems as though he has been utterly

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scuppered by his need or want ?400,000 deal, allegedly, so greed

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has been a factor. The greed line is a quote from Alan Shearer. We have

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seen people coming forward to make a stand against him, which is perhaps

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quite unusual in a closed, intimate football community. Alan Shearer has

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misjudgement and Ferdinand said misjudgement and Ferdinand said

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something similar. The Murder is something similar. The Murder is

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telling the story of today -- mirror. The unfortunate photograph

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that somebody snapped in a car. That photograph is across or four front

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pages tonight. It is very rare that sport makes the front pages. Usually

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this is the back page but the word greed is one of the seven deadly

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sins, it's part of the human condition that people get tempted to

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do things they regret later but it's terribly sad, this guy wanted the

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job for so long and he was reported to have been photographed with the

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area 's trophies like a fan and it meant a lot to him. We try to get

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more English managers into the game to show younger managers this is

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what you can get to and it's so sad, it's a tragedy brought on by

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himself. Do you take the tragic sideline? I feel there are more

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tragedies going on in the world but I know this means an enormous amount

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to a lot of people. Let's turn to the Telegraph. As a result of what

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your paper did yesterday, we are where we are and now you're looking

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forward. Excellent work by colleagues in our investigations

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team and reporting tonight there are eight current and former Premier

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managers who we say stand accused of receiving bungs for player

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transfers. The Sam Allardyce investigation was part of a general

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investigation into football and money. Which began ten months ago.

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colleagues at the paper just go dark colleagues at the paper just go dark

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for long periods and do this excellent work. A bit like the

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Spotlight team. Yes, they come out with excellent journalism. And very

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proud of these people for doing this work because it is justifying

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journalism. There has been an agreement to give all transcripts to

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the football Association and police which is surely an important element

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because if you do the digging, give to provide information to the if you

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find something. It's very important. There are lots of pages of

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transcripts which felt it was not a position he could hold. We do feel

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that he had to show leadership and he failed and this is part of the

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wider problem. We talk about the FA here and they have to be tougher on

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how they keep check on the game and perhaps bring more independent likes

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into it. It's a very small world of into it. It's a very small world of

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people getting very rich and you might need more outside oversight to

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make it better. What you said a minute ago by journalism, there are

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those who question the tactics of people pretending to be something

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they're not and therefore uncovering something which some might argue

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would not otherwise have happened. How did you deal with that? Public

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interest, is it actually public interest? In this case it is because

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it has disclosed people talking behind-the-scenes about allegations

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of wrongdoing. The guy has walked. It is clear public interest but that

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is a debate we would have all the time as you would at the BBC and

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even the Huffington Post. What do you mean even? ! The manager 's job

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is a poisoned chalice and then assess the races suggest that --

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there is history to suggest that. If we assume it is an important role,

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and clearly it is because it is paid so highly, back in the finals, they

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would invite a terrace person onto the pitch and invite them to try and

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score a goal and this person always did surprisingly well, perhaps it is

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time to buy -- blindfold a player and kick a ball into the terrace and

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whoever catches it becomes England manager. They couldn't do any worse.

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He played one, won one. A clean sheet! The Guardian say Jeremy

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Corbyn cuts out -- rules out cutting immigration. A lot of people don't

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like immigration, especially in the North and Labour heartlands where

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they're to him. He is saying he is not concerned about numbers when

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that is what is bothering people and they say it shows he is not paying

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attention to the referendum and to me, Labour is like an echo chamber,

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people talking to each other and people talking to each other and

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ignoring the wider concerns. It's only about half a million members of

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this party but they are not addressing the wider concerns of

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where the votes are. They just had an election and this is who they

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have chosen to represent them. You can't escape that. At some point he

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has to reach out and not just talk to a small group of people, he has

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to talk to the rest of the country and this is where they are. You

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talked about the numbers who voted to leave, obviously 40% voted to

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remain, perhaps they had fewer concerns about immigration,

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therefore if he can get most of those 48%, he can try and she is

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venturing into number ten Downing St. I forgot the David Cameron axed

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the public service fund which Gordon Brown brought in and immigration is

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a concern when people say they cannot access local public services.

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His solution is to build more GP surgeries. Is that a solution that

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would work in your mind? Gordon Brown put a cap on it of 50 million

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when he introduced it in 2008. My concern would be, how can we ever

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really measure the impact of immigration or anything else like

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that which is putting a on social services when so many other factors

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have to be taken into consideration? Clearly it didn't solve the problems

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back in 2008 so the idea that that will somehow be this soft sponge

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problems and the problems that are problems and the problems that are

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now worse than they were, which is nearly a decade ago. Take us to the

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Times. Abuse inquiry in crisis after top lawyer threatens to quit. This

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makes for tragic, distressing reading, especially for the victims.

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We have all been following the lack of progress of this inquiry for a

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number of years. We are now on to the fourth chairperson, a new one

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after the departure recently of the previous one, we now have the

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implication that Ben Emmerson QC who people will remember working for

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lettuce and, he has been -- lettuce -- Leveson. He has been disagreeing

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fundamentally with the new chairperson. Perhaps a replacement

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QC and both of these people will need bringing up to speed. There are

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hundreds and thousands of documents hundreds and thousands of documents

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to become acquainted with and it means these poor victims are having

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to wait once again for any sort of progress. We have still not had a

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session. And yet it won't get cancelled because the person who

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ordered it was Theresa May so she is invested in this. I now had advisers

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were really hot on this area early on. When the inquiry was announced,

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maybe it looked too widely, to a manager -- to unmanageable. She is

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Prime Minister so it is not going to end. It is ultimately about the

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victims and survivors who want some answers. The front of the Financial

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Times and what the markets are thinking as a result of the

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presidential debate in the states. The debate was a real humdinger. The

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markets think that Hillary Clinton has one but the votes aren't there

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and they got the referendum wrong. I think they did very well. She did a

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bit of a shrug and a -- allowed Donald Trump to talk too much. It's

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difficult to judge because the markets think what they think, the

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polls say what they say, but because this is not like any other election,

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it's hard to read. I think it was Michael Moore who said many

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respected Republicans have made the mistake of trying to take on Donald

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Trump of logic and rationality political experience and thinking. I

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don't think Hillary Clinton made that mistake last night and she

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mustn't make it in the next two debates. The line of the night for

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me was when he tried to make fun of her recent pneumonia and she said,

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I've been to 112 countries as Secretary of State, don't talk to me

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about stamina. Donald Trump is unlike any other political opponent

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she has had to face and I think she did OK. We shall see! I expect the

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most significant polls are a few days away. Thank you both very much

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indeed. That's it for the Papers tonight. All the front pages are

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online on the BBC News website where you can read a detailed review of

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the papers. It's all on the BBC website. Thank you to Caroline and

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Chris. The weather is next. For most of us this evening and

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overnight, it is going to be quiet on the weather front but the winds

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will be picking up over the next

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