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08/10/2016

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We'll be taking a look at tomorrow morning's papers in a moment,

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Donald Trump's running mate Mike Pence says he can't condone

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or defend the Republican candidate's comments about women.

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Mr Trump's wife has called the remarks "unacceptable

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The hurricane has now weakened to a Category One storm,

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100 people have been killed in Haiti, it could take a few days for

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the total to be known. The hurricane has now weakened

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to a Category One storm, but continues to batter parts

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of the eastern coastline of the US. German police are searching

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for a Syrian man after explosives And Jeremy Corbyn's latest shadow

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Cabinet reshuffle is overshadowed Allies of the leader

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say his appointments show he's Hello and welcome to our look ahead

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to what the papers will be With me are the broadcaster

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Penny Smith and the Tomorrow's front

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pages, starting with: The Observer leads on turmoil

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for Donald Trump, as key Republicans withdraw their support after a tape

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emerged of him making lewd The Sunday Mirror has a special

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report on the war in Syria, focusing on the story of one little

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girl whose family has been torn The Mail on Sunday slams what it

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calls "vulture lawyers", pursuing medical negligence cases

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against the NHS totalling more In the Sunday Times,

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a former aide to David Cameron hits out against Theresa May's

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plans to make companies reveal their number

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of foreign employees - And the Sunday Telegraph has news

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of a "pensions revolution" - with savers to be allowed to invest

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in government So those were some of the front

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pages. Let's talk about them in more detail. First with the Observer.

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Focusing on the big story of the day, Donald Trump and that tape that

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has emerged from 11 years ago, 2005. Well... We have all heard... The

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things of our youth. We have all heard the comments but the question

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is what is a mean for the race for the White House? It is battling to

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stay in? It seems to be that all of the papers I have read, we were

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checking up on this, it seems that there is no way he can be forced out

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if he will not withdraw. The Republican Party cannot do anything.

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Senior Republicans are withdrawing their support for him. These are

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people who are maybe always lukewarm and maybe it is a pretext but they

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are, people like Sean McCain, the senator. There is this debate

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tonight, tomorrow, Sunday night, almost there. We are close. We are

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so close. He knows what he is going to be saying.

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made reference to Bill Clinton. Bill Clinton said much worse on the golf

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course. He seems incapable of saying sorry and leaving it at that. The

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problem is... For Donald Trump, it helps him if people see him as a

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figure of fun begins you cannot hate something that you find funny, on

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principle. When we hear that derogatory terms about female

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anatomy being used, that will put a lot of people off but actually, if

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enough mud is thrown in the other way about Bill Clinton, neither will

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look like they are smelling of roses in the end. But it could be in

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Hillary Clinton's favour because she is destined against. Presumably, it

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is principally women that will be repulsed by what he said although

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many men as well. Not many women will have voted for him in the first

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place. The people that have daughters are report. If you have

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daughters and look around and go, it can't be put into a box. He might

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not like what he said that it will come down to it. The election itself

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is dumber track. We have had so many moments where we have gone, really?

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Can he say and another thing like this? Then he says another one. Like

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some great big bonfire that has been built. The Trump story on the times,

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picture of type -- Trump. Also the picture of the woman who was the

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target of some of the lewd comments that he made. If more and more

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Americans withdraw their support, visit become increasingly harder for

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Donald Trump? Or does he have thick and won't care? He has shown himself

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to be like a puppy dog on heat rather than a rhinoceros. It won't

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help him when Republicans are attacking. He might get a kick out

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of the fact that people are pointing out. In the Sunday Times, it quotes

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Arnold Schwarzenegger that he is not, for the first time ever, voting

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for a Republican. An interesting comment about the US right supposed

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to be big on morality. Is it a question about the moral majority

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would ever you want to call them in the United States? It comes down to

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the thing about voting, of course, secret Scrolls. You can pay lip

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service to anything. And your cross anywhere.

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Trumps is straight talking. He is not a politician. He is certainly

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different. Let's move away from Donald Trump for a couple of minutes

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because back here, Brexit. The Sunday Telegraph again. That is

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their second story, fears that a Brexit split in Cabinet is

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irreparable. I wrote a piece many years ago when David Cameron and the

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coalition came into power about David Cameron's self-inflicted EU

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headache reopening the wounds of the past and we are seeing that now with

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Philip Hammond. He is respected at a Harley is on the right wing of the

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Conservative Party and people are saying that he is talking down the

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economy. They quoted an unnamed cabinet minister. I have no doubt

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they would have spoken to a cabinet minister on terms that would be

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unattributable. You are seeing the right, the left, the Brexit hard,

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soft in the middle is as divisive as the EU. There is a Cabinet minister,

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a comment from him, speaking about him being relentlessly pessimistic.

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You just think to Sir the more things change, the more they stay

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the same, I don't know why they expected anything to change. The

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Sunday Mirror and Syria with a striking front page. One word,

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monstrous. I suppose we have known that for a long time. The Syrian

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Civil War is monstrous. They focus here on a two-month-old who's father

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and two brothers are all dead. Why ... We remember the migrant crisis,

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and when you have a photo it is the reality that speaks to the audience.

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It is almost a shame that this fact alone is not really get into our

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psyche that here there is a focus on a girl who have lost her family.

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Trying to kill her so there was no hope. When you think about the

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people who are living in that area and you look at the homes and that

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the staggering size of that explosion, it towers over that block

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that has been hit. These are people who are trying to carry on with

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their lives, day after day with this going on. You can't, we can't

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understand it. It is sobering and we do need to be reminded on days when

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other news dominates that Syria goes on with its own civil war. Let's

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have a look at the Independent. They have a story about Gatwick. I did

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not realise and I probably should have that there is only one runway

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at Gatwick. We were both surprised. It is the busiest single runway in

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the world. The busiest in the world with San Diego being the second

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busiest. Half the passenger traffic, however. Gatwick talking of building

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a second runway in a matter what happens. Theresa May talking of

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overriding concerns about the green economy, the climate. But, again,

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you come back down to an argument that obviously, I think global

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warming is serious but on the same token so is gross. -- so is growth.

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The what is your view? Should it be Heathrow or Gatwick? It is

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difficult. I like being on the fence. I am going to say that we

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should build it because we need more. I will tell you why I will

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have both, it is difficult and I appreciate the sweeping statement

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that I will make tonight. On the face of this it is the case that we

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are, whether people like it or not, we will shortly be in a post Brexit

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Britain. There will be trade deals that may rely on more goods coming

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in and out but actually many people would like to see them address

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carbon footprints. I guess you don't live near the airport? That is what

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I was going to say. I have a friend and when I go visit... Hello,

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friend. When in his garden, we are very good at talking in two-minute

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bursts and then waiting for an air plane to go over and then we carry

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on. It happens, it was part of life. The last story is swimmers are

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wasting their time because they are such bad swimmers, apparently, they

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are not gaining any noticeable health benefit from their swimming.

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A government exercise expert says. Their technique is so rubbish it is

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like doggy paddle and they spend all of their time doing a little bit

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doggy paddle and chatting to their friends. But they are not eating

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popcorn while they are swimming. It would go very soggy. Even rice

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crackers might as well. Doctors say it is not good for weight loss but

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is weight loss the be all and end all? You need to change your diet.

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You feel better for exercise. Do you swim? No, I do endless fast walking.

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I need a bill to get people to move off the pavement when I come

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through. -- need a bell. I go to the gym at Penny is right. And we are

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obsessed by the scales, our BMI. If it is a choice between, you know,

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they pulled pork hotdog or whatever else you may like, or a quick

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swim... Do you enjoy it? No. I know it is good for me, regardless of

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this, it is good for my heart and lungs. But I hate it. But

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particularly when you start piling on the pounds. Swimming when it is

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warm as nice. In the Mediterranean. Thank you to both of you. That is it

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from the papers at this hour. Thank you to Penny and to Shaun. Coming up

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next is the film review.

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