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

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With me are Jason Beattie, head of politics at The Daily Mirror

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and Benedicte Paviot, UK correspondent at the French

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Tomorrow's front pages, starting with:

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The Financial Times leads with a warning from the president

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of the European Central Bank that Britain, rather than the Eurozone,

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The Metro has more on the hospitalisation of former

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football coach and convicted paedophile Barry Bennell -

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who's been accused by several ex-footballers of child sex abuse.

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The top story in the Daily Express is a warning that the cold can kill

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- after chilly temperatures are forecast for much of Britain.

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The Telegraph leads with a report that suggests more girls

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being sexually abused at school - because of what it says

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is a rise in "lad culture" and pornography on the internet.

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The Guardian leads with handwritten notes mistakenly Britain is unlikely

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according to a document photographed in the hands of a senior Tory

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The Times reports that British security services are so efficient.

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We will star with The Guardian. Have your cake and eat it. Is this the

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Tory Brexit plan? I cannot believe that in this day and eight people

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going into Downing Street are still caught with their notes under their

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arm. I think it is a very Downing Street phenomenon. Have you been

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counting... We should start a business selling folders as you go

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into number ten. We would make a fortune. You could N ones and fake

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ones. Three journalists in The Guardian, there is also the line

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that the French are likely to be the most difficult. I'm not sure if

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they're going to be the most difficult, but if they are going to

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be difficult it might be President Francois Fillon or President

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Mariella Pan unless the socialist revive their fortunes. -- Marie Lee

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plan. This is embarrassing. When Ascot about the whole Brexit

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thing... -- when Ascot about. We do not know if this is the official

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strategy of the UK when dealing with Brexit, but this is the chief of

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staff to the conservative end Pete Mark Field who has all the stuff

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written on her notepad that has been photographed as she walked from

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number nine to number ten Downing St. They have is in lenses. The

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government have distanced themselves from this. We can talk about what it

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suggests. Have our cake and eat it. That waste day in the single market?

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It says that we are unlikely to stay in the single market but it is

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talking about a deal like Canada, HA deal models on that with the extra

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benefit of access to financial services. Nothing gets journalists

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more excited than leaked memos, but we do not know who the person spoke

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to, we know who she is, but we do not know anything else about it.

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Maybe it is her own reflections. The key thing is when Downing Street is

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refusing to give a running commentary, other people give a

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commentary and end up running it. So the vacuum is filled and that is the

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difficulty of this. Long may politicians keep walking into

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Downing Street and showing us this information. It does say that the

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French are likely to be the most difficult. They are the ones who are

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likely to see we cannot have access to the single market or to have a

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deal better than what they have inside the European Union. Why will

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the French be so belligerent? I think for a very long time there has

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been the impression across the political classes in France that,

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and I know this will not be seen favourably, the image that was given

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was Britain sat down at a poker table and then decided to keep

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changing the rules. From a continental European perspective,

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the Italians and others, they feel that the deal that the United

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Kingdom had before the referendum was fantastic and that actually know

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one else would have managed to get away with this. If we do get

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Francois Fillon, who comfortably beat his rival last night, if he

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makes it into the palace in May, despite the fact he has a Welsh wife

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and has been compared to Margaret Thatcher, what he feels is that all

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British officials should be pulled out of committees as soon as Article

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50 is invoked. The French will be difficult and they will not sit

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there and say that we can stay in the single market and London should

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keep their passport. Why would they when they could perhaps take some of

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that business. British security forces are so good I says have

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decided not to do anything here. This is an extraordinary claim by an

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accomplice to the bombers in Belgium who has allegedly said to the

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Belgian security services. This man also travel to Birmingham to collect

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funds for alleged terrorist offences and if the British security services

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were as good as he claims they would have caught him and they did not. I

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am not sure how much credence you should give to anyone who is an

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accomplice to terrorist offences. I think it is a speculative story. A

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terrorist offence could happen here and it would be atrocious.

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Terrorists do not generally respect the authorities. The British

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security services, it is not a matter of if but when they say. They

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are stopping as many attacks as the the only takes one to get through.

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The United Kingdom has a lot of experience of terrorism. I am amazed

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that this is on the front page of The Times. When I was reporting for

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a French radio is leaving the BBC, I was working on Central seven and

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London had just got the Olympics and then 7-7 happened. Then I heard to

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my astonishment a top French commander saying it would never

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happen in France. I thought this was very responsible, so I corrected him

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and said that on reflection I thought he would want to withdraw

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that statement. I think it is very responsible and advocate is a good

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idea to give prominence to a man who would seem very involved, not

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convicted yet still he remains presumed innocent until he is. The

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difference with brands is that the Islamic State have made it extremely

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clear that France is targeted specifically and out for special

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treatment and France has had that for the last 18 months and that is

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why it is still in a state of emergency. Ended telling -- in The

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Daily Telegraph, sex is rife in schools. This is based on an Ofsted

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report that was part of a government response to a previous report by the

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women's inequality select committee in the House of Commons led by Maria

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Miller. They raise this issue several months ago and publish some

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statistics about how many young girls were suffering sexual

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harassment, they were being called names and touched up. They said that

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we need to take action on this. The government response came back, it

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came back today and it included this section in its. They rejected the

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recommendations from the equality commission. The committee said that

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they wanted the curriculum to be changed to take into account the use

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of smart phones. They also wanted the law changed so there was a

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statutory duty on schools to have a policy to tackle this problem and

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that is the issue that is here. The fact that these horrific incidents

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have taken place is not new. They voted down a Labour amendment this

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evening to get the curriculum is updated. Why is the government

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behaving like this? I don't know. The report discloses that Ofsted

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inspectors have to look for sexist bullying when they are evaluating

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schools. This is very worrying and it is a direct link to pornography

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and bullying and abuse. These issues need to be talked about. The law is

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now 16 years out of date and things have moved so quickly in terms of

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how young people now use mobile phones. The schools need a clear

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definition of what constitutes sexual harassment and when an

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incident should be reported to the police. In The Daily Express, Paul

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Nuttall and Nigel Farage. They look like the two Iraqis they are. -- the

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two Ronnies. He says he is not going to be a back-seat driver. This is

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the latest Ukip leader and possibly the last, hopefully he will laugh

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longer than the previous one who only lasted for 18 days. -- he will

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laugh longer. The reason why he is interesting is that he is seen as

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the greatest threat towards labour. He is from Liverpool and he speaks

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plainly and has some natural patter. He came straight out and said that

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he was after Labour voters. Labour voters who voted for Brexit. Ukip is

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a party in decline. They have membership of the hundred thousand,

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but in the last three months the only received ?40,000 in donors.

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There is also a constant infighting and feuding. There had to matter

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times. They are still extraordinaire in their influence. Labour should

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not dismiss them out of hand. Do you think that Farage is now gone?

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Having seen him quite a few times in different situations, no, I don't

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think he even knows that. Given Brexit, Donald Trump, we do not know

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what is going to happen. Everything has speeded up. I have been

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reporting on this around the world because Nigel

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Farage is some people are interested in in France, given the upcoming

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presidential elections. The Italian parties are looking at him as well.

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This is not just UK news, this is being looked at across Europe. I

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need to bring this to an end. Thank you for joining us. That is it from

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us tonight. Stay with us for more coming up.

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