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Hello and welcome to our look ahead to what the the papers will be
With me are Christopher Hope, Chief Political Correspondent
at The Telegraph and Helen Joyce, International Editor
Tomorrow's front pages starting with...
The Metro says a teenage refugee whose plight moved Lily Allen
to tears when she visited the Jungle camp in Calais has
arrived in Britain to be reunited with his family.
The Financial Times reports on a warning from the United Nations
over the large number of refugees fleeing the Iraqi city of Mosul.
The Telegraph says Russia is beginning one of its biggest
military deployments since the end of the Cold War
Tony Blackburn's return to the BBC is the lead for the Mirror.
And the Guardian reports that British Muslims are planning to set
up their own programme to stop people becoming terrorists.
The times reports on allegations of a cover-up after Theresa May
admitted she knew about the concerns of the head of the National abuse
enquiry whilst she was Home Secretary. The Daily Mail says Jack
Straw is among those calling for tests of child migrants coming into
Britain amid concerns that some are adults. Let's kick off. Why don't
you start on the FT and the situation with Mosul, the second
biggest city in Iraq. Iraqi forces are advancing and there are fears of
a huge number of refugees leaving the city, some already on the way.
The ugly by the EU. The problem is just mounting on the borders. We
keep thinking it has gone away, it has no. It is shocking.
I have heard that as well, they might regroup in a smaller city
outside Mosul. The five and in the years with them. You
are you with a focus on the aid of the migrants. It is only a small
number of migrants. We went to cafe to film this pool boy's fate. It is
great that he has got to Britain. But I do in every story. If you look
at the Daily Mail, it is a different story. Daily is concerned about
whether it might mean more migrants coming to this country because they
are allowing more children in. I'm making it and the roots are very
strict. They can only come in if they are being reunited with family.
When you are fleeing a war zone, you do not normally bring your papers
with you and so they do have to work out how old kids are when they do
not have their papers. Yesterday the Home Office refused to order dental
checks because they said it would be not ethical. The British dental
Association said it would be unethical. They say it would be
unethical because it is not accurate. It is a figleaf. They say
they have done their best to try and tell what age the kids are and there
are three bus-loads anyway. Jack Straw is saying he would have done
it and Amber Rudd will not. You would think we had millions of
people flooding in from Calais to stop they have been sitting there
for months, including ones who are entitled to move here, and account
will bulldozed. You do not like the fuss politicians have been making
about it and some newspapers? If you look at the response by Lily Allen,
it is a rather moving response. But there has been other nonsense, like
if you do not like it, go and live there, there is no compassion any
more. Let's move on to the Telegraph. It is full of compassion.
I was not making that link! It is a great picture. It could not be
anyone else. You would know that just from the silhouette, the hair
and the wagging finger. This is what papers do, they know the lead story
will be the debate live overnight at 3am, which you can watch on the
business news channel. But we cannot get ahead a bit because it is an
early edition for us, so we are slagging it up, which is what papers
do. Tomorrow is the big grapple in Las Vegas between Hillary and tramp.
It is the last one. Lord knows what the man will say. Lots of people and
making the comparison to gambling and whether it is the last throw of
the dice and Darcy Campbell? He does not have any strategic plans. He
does not have a plan set by his advisers and he sticks to it. This
is a man who goes and sees where it brings him. I was horrified by what
he said. We get more and more cross about it. At the moment are showing
Clinton nine points ahead is beginning to look like a big gap. It
is, but I am worried about the polls. A couple of weeks ago I was
worried that he would win, but pollsters have to go on who they
think is going to vote. People who said they have never voted before
and they did not vote in the last election may vote for him. He has
been saying he is going to do a Brexit and take everybody by
surprise. Nigel Farage is in Las Vegas tonight. Mr Brexit is over
there. He is channelling the feeling. I wonder what he thinks
Brexit is. He is such a free associate. Does he go on the attack?
Does he attack Clinton or stand back and look calm? When has he ever
stood back and looked calm? He cannot do it. She was good in the
first debate, letting him talk and then saying, there you go again. She
looked quite cool. But whether that makes her look like a classic, elite
politician... She does not have to do too much, essentially. It is hers
to lose. There is not just the president will raise, there are
seats in the Senate. The next president will be able to get
nothing done. We mentioned Brexit, I am not sure why, since we were
discussing the US. But we managed to do it. The express has Theresa May
saying she will tell European leaders to give up any hope of
reversing Brexit. I am not sure they thought they were going to reverse
it anyway. If you compare these stories to the coverage on the
continent, they are not saying, Theresa May is coming and telling
us, you better give up any in it. They have moved on big time, but we
are putting this on our front pages. But it is an important meeting. This
is her first one and this is the Daily Express girding her loins,
saying off you go and we are behind you. It is her first big summit. The
big one is in December and these are the starters before the big one. And
that will trigger going into the article in the negotiation. But it
is weird as I think there will not be a second referendum. This is for
local consumption. Speaking of Theresa May she was accused last
night of a cover-up after admitting she did know the concerns about the
National Child abuse enquiry whilst she was Home Secretary and the Times
has made quite a bit of running on this. They have. The reasons why
Dame Lowell Goddard left in the summer, she said she was homesick.
As ever with all these stories is always about the cover-up. I have
been doing these stories for so long. It is not actually a cover-up.
It is who knows what and when. Seventh you all about what you were
looking at that time lies. It has been a bad few days were Theresa
May. It is also really sad because this enquiry is something painful
for a lot of people. It cannot get into first gear. It is a massive
enquiry that will gather more cases and it will never get going for any
of them. All they want to see is then being believed. The Guardian
have British Muslims setting up their own programme to stop British
people becoming terrorists. They say it is a challenge to them and, which
has been controversial. You have to challenge people's incorrect
beliefs, but how you do that matters a lot, and you have to work in
partnership with people who do not trust the government so much. I have
heard different versions of the criticism of Prevent and some people
say it is not a bad programme, but some people feel it has unfairly
targeted and demonised Muslims. It is a better starting point in the
community down with government. It is a more sellable idea. Could they
ran in parallel? I do not see why it should be one or the other, because
the government need to have a partnership with the Muslims. We do
not quite know the details. Let's look at the FT again because they
have an interesting story about air B which looks like it could be
scrapped in New York because the New York governor is preparing to sign a
bill that will effectively end it in New York. Explain what it is. Do you
use it? My sister-in-law sent me an e-mail saying, this sounds
interesting, try this. It is a really huge business worldwide. But
she is right, it was interesting. Some viewers might not know what it
is. If you have something that you are not using all the time, space in
a car, your house, or an item, there are some people in cities where
people are making this big business and a lot of them are evading taxes.
It can be a cheaper way to stay in a city rather than in a hotel. And you
might get to know people. It is where the Internet is disrupting
everything. Look at newspapers versus the Internet, virtually
anything, the Internet is hugely disruptive and it goes around the
world causing chaos amongst established business. It would be a
big step back if they could not operate in New York. There will be a
tweak to this. One is, they are facilitating tax evasion, but not
deliberately. The other is it is protectionism by hotels. They will
find a way through this. We will still see air B and B in New York.
Have you used it? I have not. ? And successfully? Yes, I have. It was
fine. We will leave it there. Many thanks for being with us. All the
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