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from Sportsday for now. Coming up in a moment it is time for The Papers.

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

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With me are the broadcasters Henry Bonsu and Julia Hartley-Brewer.

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Tomorrow's front pages, starting with...

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The Daily Telegraph has more allegations

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The Metro leads on the couple found dead in Cardiff ,yards

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from where the shop where they had just worked a nightshift.

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A 20-year-old man has been arrested on suspicion of murder.

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The Financial Times suggests the Prime Minister has sufficient

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Parliamentary support to push through the expansion of Heathrow

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airport if she decides to put it to a vote next month,

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The Daily Express leads on the Health Study which claims

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that the use of anti-inflammatory drugs, like Ibuprofen can

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raise the risk of heart failure by nearly 20%.

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The Times reports about the top lawyer on the child abuse review

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being suspended. The Daily Mirror devotes its front

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page to what it calls the shaming of Sam Allardyce -the paper says

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the former England manager blamed entrapment for his fall,

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as he headed to his Spanish villa. Deep Daily Mail says that four in

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five Britons have a heart that is prematurely age because of

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lifestyle. Let's start with the coach and the ?5,000 bribe. There is

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also a story about Leeds United and QPR. Henry, run us through what is

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being alleged. Sam Allardyce says that entrapment won the day on him.

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It could happen to others. Let's look at Tommy Wright, apparently

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caught accepting a bundle of ?20 notes, altogether ?5,000. Jimmy

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Floyd Hasselbaink, famous for his time at Chelsea and Leeds, now

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manager of QPR. Saying he will represent the same fictitious firm.

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Then the owner of Leeds United doing the same as what some Allardyce

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allegedly did, telling the firm how to beat transfer rules. There's a

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lot of it going on, but the question is who will pay the price? It seems

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to be the worst kept secret in football. We didn't have the

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evidence. You can only be entrapped if you're willing to do it and say

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it. I haven't got much sympathy for Sam Allardyce. What is interesting

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is that it's the worst kept secret in football that these things are

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going on. No one in the FA is tackling this. This only the media

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that's coming in. The FA is dealing with it, but the Premier League also

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need to step in. The people facing the allegations in the newspaper,

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Tommy Wright, from Barnsley FC, denies any wrongdoing. He has been

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suspended after the Telegraph led the club aware of what they say has

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happened. Leeds United have declined to comment without seeing the video

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evidence of the meeting. Then we have a press release from QPR,

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saying the club is aware of the allegations made against the manager

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Jimmy Flood Hasselbaink. First and foremost the club take seriously any

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alleged breach of the rules. There will be a thorough investigation,

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but we have every confidence in our manager and the robust systems in

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place. Jimmy Lloyd Hasselbaink has said he was approached by the two

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people purporting to be players agents who offered them a fee. He

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didn't make any promises. He didn't ask QPR to purchase players managed

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allegedly by these people. He denies any wrongdoing. Quite a lengthy

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statement. There is no suggestion any laws have been broken. Even with

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the case with Sam Allardyce. What I find change is Sam Allardyce, 67

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days in the job, walked away with ?1 million. He appears to have

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committed gross misconduct. I find it extraordinary. I think they are

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trying to end it neatly. What will upset fans is that some of their

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favourite players getting tempted away, all kinds of things going on

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behind-the-scenes and people moving for non-football reasons, it's about

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money. People make money from selling the expertise. That's where

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you get the conflict of interests. Football is not just a game, it is

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big business, which has ruined it. The Guardian, let's look at Jeremy

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Corbyn. Time to end trench warfare and take on the Tories. This was

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that the conference in Liverpool. He says he wants to have a more

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realistic look at immigration. He didn't mention the deficits, I

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remember Ed Miliband didn't mention the deficit some time ago. Rather a

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big issue in British politics. He talked about immigration, but only

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touched on Brexit. I think he was massively out of touch. Maybe in

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touch with people in the room, but in terms of Labour voters in the

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heartlands, very much out of touch on the issue of immigration. He has

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to appeal to a broader base. Yes, but if you look at his prospectus

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for government, raising corporation tax to fund education, banning arms

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sales because of human rights violations, but the big problem is

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immigration. He hasn't come up with an idea to deal with the resentment.

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It was one of his better speeches. He had much more swag. It's still

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not a speech that will appeal to the voters. Labour Party members will

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vote Labour anyway. What is swag? We could do with a bit of it. He

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believed it and it was more confident. Syria. That was meant to

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be a ceasefire. Extraordinary. Deliberate attacks on hospitals by

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Russian and Assad full-size. These are war crimes comp as that. --

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Assad forces. The UN is a collection of countries. They cannot be strong

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if its members are not strong. The UN can't be strong when we have

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countries like Russia and China not obeying basic rule of law. President

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Obama a long time ago said he had a red line regarding chemical attacks.

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The red line was crossed and he did nothing. The problem for President

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Obama is that he feels he was elected to end wars, not stop them.

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We are seeing the mass murder of civilians and the West is sitting by

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doing nothing. The Times now, abuse enquiry in tatters after leading

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lawyer suspended. Suggestions yesterday that he might resign. Now

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we're hearing from the enquiry that he's been suspended over concerns in

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how he was leading his team. No real detail, but he's an eminent QC. He

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was paid ?400,000 last year. He's one of the few survivors in the top

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tier of this enquiry since Theresa May set it up. It appears Alexis Jay

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was concerned with aspects of his leadership, but it's not clear what

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it is. They have never been any questions that he would be appointed

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to lead the enquiry. The whole thing shouldn't rest on personalities. He

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and many others are involved and he's been working on it longer than

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anyone else. If we are losing him, we are looking at a point of never

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seeing the end of it. A couple of people have said they have no

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confidence in his leadership. Briefly, I pro friends -- Ibuprofen

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could be linked to heart failure. Lots of people take it, people bite

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over the counter. We know the risks of aspirin and paracetamol, but

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realistically, we really shouldn't be taking any drugs unless we really

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need them. I take Ibuprofen as an alternative to antibiotics. I do

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think they'd do the same thing. They might not, but there are one or two

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conditions that they were brilliantly for. I won't go any

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further. The mind boggles. I don't want to go into it! The Financial

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Times now. The heater expansion. There are so many senior figures who

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are completely opposed to this. It has been such a bone of contention

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and for any MP with a seat anywhere in London is a big issue. We are the

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only country in the Western world that is totally incapable of getting

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another wrong way. In Holland, they just go ahead with it. They pay

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people money, they buy their houses and they build airports. We are

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being left behind. We should give the go-ahead to Gatwick and

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Heathrow. It's a 21st-century. It will eventually happen. This is a

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chance for Theresa May to lead and make a decision, but I suspect she

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won't. You implying she's inscrutable. She is Teflon Therese.

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A lot of people think she should have gone with Hinckley. HS2 shisha

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take off the table, but at some point we need a decision. The last

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two prime ministers have bottled it. Especially post-Brexit, Britain is

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open for business and this will be a. Cameron Cameron has gone, but his

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government was supposed to be the greenest. World to Reza is a new

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broom sweeping them away. We are more fuel efficient and planes are

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much quieter. As long as local people are compensated as well, but

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if you live under the Heathrow flight path, you have chosen to live

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there. It's been the long time. Finally, at the end of an era as

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BlackBerry hangs up the phone. When I got my first one, I was horrified.

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-- when I got my first iPhone I was horrified. On the blackberry, you

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could type without making a mistake. On smartphones the keyboard is

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different. Blackberry with the first and for the long -- for a long time

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they were the best. Unconcerned about brand names... There are lots

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of others. They were the first people to make that kind of mobile.

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I was horrified when I first got it, but after a while it was a real

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boom. I hope you have kept it? Yes. You can traded in for some serious

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amounts money. Before you go, these

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front pages have come Have they? No they haven't. Anyway,

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they're on the BBC website. You can see us there as well because every

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night the edition of the programme is posted online. Thank you very

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much to Henry and Julia. A fall weather forecast coming up next.

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