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much on-screen magic in the spin-off from the Harry Potter theories. That

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in the film review. Hello and welcome to our look ahead

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to what the the papers will be With me are the Home Affairs Editor

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of the Evening Standard, and the Deputy Head of Sport

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at The Sun, Martin Lipton. Tomorrow's front

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pages, starting with The Observer claims Europe's leaders

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are to force the UK into a hard Brexit in a bid to see off any

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future populist insurgencies that might lead to the break-up

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of the European Union. The Sunday Times says the Queen

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is to invite Donald Trump to Windsor with Ministers hoping

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she'll help cement ties The Chancellor, Philip Hammond

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will pledge to spend more than ?1bn in a "road-building bonanza"

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in his Autumn Statement on Wednesday Meanwhile, The Sunday Telegraph

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warns that the Autumn Statement may include a tax raid on middle-class

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job perks such as health checks We are going to start with The Times

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and Mr Trump. What is the take on this version of Mr Trump? It is said

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the Queen will invite Donald Trump for a state visit next year, at the

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idea being that this will be one of the first countries it comes to once

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he becomes US resident. It is obviously early days and there are

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sources indicating this is the plan of the government. -- US president.

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The idea that we want to be close to the Americans, whatever we think of

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Donald Trump as an individual, clearly he's going to lead the US

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for four years and it is important to have good relations, and in

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particular a good trading at relation and this is accusing the

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Queen and the Royal Family is moving and hosting a visit which would be

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attacked if to him. I was quite disappointed when I saw this. A big

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tea on the top of Windsor Castle. More gold at Windsor Castle. I think

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the Queen would love it. It would be perfect. It would seal the special

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relationship. Sadly, that was not the story. We will have to see what

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he brings... LAUGHTER what is interesting here is that, with many

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stories featuring Mr Trump, it features Mr Farage as well. It is

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the push me - Poolewe of world politics. A strange combination they

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become dominant figures which is I suspect quite scary for the rest of

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the Western world but the link... Nigel Farage positions himself as

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the link between the UK and the US and these are sent that Theresa May

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is trying to trump him, as it were by bustling into the relationship

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which is a bizarre scenario. There clearly will be concerned if he is

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seen as the only link and intermediate between us and the

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American administration. I do not think that will happen. The reality

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is that also, come what may, any US president would be given an

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invitation. The other interesting thing, apparently we were 10th on

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the list of people Donald Trump called so it will be interesting to

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see how quickly... We did not have Greg Norman. That is how the

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Australian government got the telephone call. Maybe we need Rory

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McIlroy. Mr Trump did not follow protocol. There is strict protocol.

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The whole e-mail scandal about Clinton is using the server but he

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just picks up his mobile and completely ignores the laws and...

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And he is back on Twitter. Staying with Trump and turning to the

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Telegraph,... It picked up this whole idea of planning estate visit

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is trying to guarantee a post Brexit free trade deal. Obama saying we

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would be at the back of the queue and obviously Trump moved the other

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way talking about opening up the relationship rather than putting

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barriers in. We need to maximise our potential markets, what better

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market then the biggest market in the English speaking world. It makes

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sense. When anyone thinks about the decision of Brexit, it is now about

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making sure it works or whoever is in government because we need to

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have a future that is economically viable. It is critical. The question

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here is... I was always suspect about what Barack Obama said about

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the back of the queue by the Telegraph talks about the talks will

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target of reducing nontariff barriers because, of course, one of

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the big plays that Donald Trump has made in his election campaign was

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that the trade deals the US has got or seeking to get, in terms of the

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European one and the North American free to a agreement, a disastrous

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for America so he's not a great fan of tariff free trade. We would seek

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a different deal of our own. Exactly how favourable it is going to be to

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free trade... That remains to be seen. Making business great again I

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am not sure that is a great slogan for him. It is all about the

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domestic market. There is a big market here for them to export into.

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The Telegraph saying ministers are hoping for a statement of intent. He

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think that is likely to come? Maybe he wants to as well. To be able to

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prove he is not a pariah... He will be a busy man. We cannot get

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anything more than a statement of intent or at least a signal because

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clearly we are not able to negotiate deals until we have left the

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European Union. We are going to kind of stay with Brexit and turned to

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the Observer. It looks that we are going to be made an example. So they

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say. It is a little bit thin. There was no evidence other than some of

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the talk going on in the last two or three weeks that various European

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leaders are not keen on making concessions or free movement and

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therefore if we want to have some... Restrictions on free movement we

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cannot therefore have the free trade so from that point of view, if we

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cannot strike a deal on free movement, then perhaps there will be

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hard Brexit. This is more about a bigger play to be made which is a

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lot of the bigger nations, France and Germany, are worried about the

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breakup of the EU. If Marine Le Pen is to win... Do you think she will?

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Is someone said to me we are going to vote wrecks at an Donald Trump

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would be US president you would have laughed at the concept but so

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anything is possible. It started in Greece, Spain, 5-star movement in

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Italy likely to lose this constitutional referendum. Marine Le

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Pen, her father got into the presidential run-off and lost. One

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assumes that Francois Hollande is so toxic. The last line of defence is

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the centre right but we know that Angela Merkel is going to be under

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pressure in Germany. And there is the ongoing anti-immigration

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platform in Holland causing concern there so one wouldn't be surprised

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if anything happened now because it is in such a state of flux. The

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interesting thing is, Angela Merkel said this week that if we give

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concessions to Britain everybody else would want them. It is quite

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interesting position to be in. If everybody else wants them, then

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there are different views. Some believe there should be less

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integration and more a return to more national sovereignty. There is

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a debate within the European Union about its own future leaving aside

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how negotiated departure. That internal debate is ultimately going

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to have an impact. Mr Blair could come to our rescue. This is

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according to The Times, via a source. He wants a come back and

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play a bigger part because he thinks it is going disastrously wrong. He

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thinks Theresa May is a lightweight and Jeremy Corbyn is a nutter,

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according to him. Do like... He thinks there is a massive hole in

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British politics. Many people would like to fill the hole with him! The

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Gulf War remains a toxic thing for him, particularly for the voters.

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From the Labour Party point of view he is not very popular with the rank

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and file full of the story here... Jared Kushner, in the US he might

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have an impact there. Very, very briefly. The Autumn statement coming

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up and we heard about the roadbuilding but it looks like the

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so-called middle class could be losing out as well? Of course, there

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is increasing financial pressure on the government and they need to save

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some money somewhere and it is suggesting here some will be taken

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off some of the arrangements have for four schemes... Hard-working

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families just about managing families now. Try to spread the

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wealth... It is interesting. A new buzzword. Theresa May wants to

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appeal to the working person and not to be seen as appealing and shaking

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policy to the top end of the market so that she is trying to spread the

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message into the traditional Labour section. For us this evening, thank

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you very much for joining us. That was papers. Do stay with us here it

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was coming up next it's the film review.

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