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They announced God in public. The latest epic from Mark insults Martin

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Scorcese. -- from Martin Scorcese. Welcome to you both. We have to work

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a bit harder this time. Before we look into the stories, let's look at

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the front pages. The Financial Times leads on what it would call a ?24

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billion expedition on closing oil rigs in the North Sea. Theresa May

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says her comments on Brexit is the biggest key yet that we will be

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leaving the single market. SNP leader Nicola Sturgeon is calling

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for another independence referendum for Scotland unless the UK holds on

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to single market access. The Telegraph reports that Boris Johnson

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is in New York meeting some of Donald Trump's top team. A star is

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forecasting an Arctic blast that these UK as freezing weather that

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has killed people in North America and Europe heads here. The Queen

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makes her first public appearance since a heavy cold has caused had at

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cancel Christmas engagements. The Sun says it to NHS patients die

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everyday from first. Compensation is demanded from Volkswagen over the

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company's omission scandal. Boris Johnson has gone to New York. That

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is where we will start. Johnson in the US as may speaks out on Trump.

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The Foreign Secretary heads West. Theresa May was asked about Donald

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Trump's misogynistic comments during the election campaign. Boris Johnson

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was critical of Donald Trump as well and then changed his mind. He might

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have had some patching up to do? Boris Johnson was clearly out of his

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mind, is what he said, when he was talking about the ban on Muslims

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entering the US but then he quickly changed things around. He said no,

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the billionaire was a dealmaker and he wants to change the

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whinge-a-rama. I think it interesting, Theresa May speaks out

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on Trump, she didn't actually. It was about his comments about ladies.

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Where men, not ladies. -- women. Whatever makes you feel comfortable.

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She said she didn't agree with it. It was unacceptable. However, he

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said it about himself and has already apologised. Headline here

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isn't quite right. It's not like Johnson is out there because she has

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spoken out. Johnson is out there to meet the team. How important is the

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Trump administration going to be for us? Obviously very important. This

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is quite a surprise story because we didn't know Boris Johnson was going,

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we didn't know Theresa May's chief staff had been to meet the Trump

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team. Theresa May, once again, has on the quiet refused to give a

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running commentary and has been doing important work in the

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background. To be fair, she is without doubt known as an incredibly

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hard-working individual. She does her homework before she announces

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things. It does not surprise me a jot that she is doing the work. She

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has had phone calls with Trump himself and he wants to be the new

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Ronald Reagan and Margaret Thatcher relationship. They want to build on

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the special relationship. She couldn't be more different, really,

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could she? Considering how little she is on Twitter. This is the

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interview with Sophie Rich on Sky today, giving us a clue, or not,

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John, on where we are heading on Brexit. Not much of a clue. The

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problem with these big interviews with the Prime Minister is that she

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did not depart much from the previous script and she made it as

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clear as she could without being utterly defective. Britain is not

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going to be a member of the single market after we least because

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controlling immigration is more important to her. But isn't that

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clearer than what she has been for some people 's tastes? She is not

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clear as to whether access to the single market is on the table or

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not. People knew that you couldn't have Brexit and stay in the single

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market. David Cameron clearly said it, to stay in the single market

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means that you would accept freedom of movement, except paying into the

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community and accept laws made by them and people said that they don't

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want that say she said very clearly today that we can't have a little

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bit or take little bits of what is on offer of the year you. We have

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said we are coming out but what we will do is get the best deal for the

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UK on trading. That is what she said going forward. It was a lot clearer

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but you are quite right, she is a poker player and hasn't really

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revealed her plans stop she will need those poker playing skills when

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she goes into deal with the other 27 countries. It is taking quite a

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while for the penny to drop. A lot of people who voted remain don't

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like the idea of not being part of the single market will stop she is

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being asked about it all the time and just want to be completely

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definitive because she is entering a constipated negotiation. In the

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Telegraph, schools will be trying to spot mental illness in pupils. We

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are expecting an announcement from the Prime Minister tomorrow about

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extra help for people with mental health. She wants to end the stigma

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of suffering people have. She is giving a big speech on social policy

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tomorrow which will take further what she said in her sky interview

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about wanting to end the stigma of mental illness. This is very

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important. A good thing to say. Very easy for a new Prime Minister to say

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because she hasn't had time to have to deliver on it. Delivering on it

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is going to be more difficult and we look forward to seeing the details

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in the speech. There aren't many details in the Telegraph story. More

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to come. There is an element of best practice in here. I have a friend

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who said what she did in her school of which they have much ... They had

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someone like this looking out for girls, this was a girls at school,

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eating disorders, whether it was depression, anxiety. She said they

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had increased within that school and had already Internet abyss and was

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showing really positive results. -- -- implemented this. They want to

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expand it out to everybody. I think it is 50% will have had a mental

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disorder or illness by the age of 14. They say to a young and support

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people. But you need them to have child mental health services which

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is chronically underfunded. It is one thing to spot them but we then

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need to treat them. Listening to Theresa May's interview. She said

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this isn't all about money. A lot of it is about prevention. She talked

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about what she had done when she was in the Home Office and what she had

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done in prisons. This is about preventing it and saying whether

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help is needed, speaking to the parents, getting support in schools.

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What can we do to join the dots? I think it is a positive start. Let's

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look at the Son. Shocking figures here on the number of people who

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malnutrition has caused their death. A dramatic front page. Not directly

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related to the stories from the Red Cross. It is about the sort of

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rashes on the NHS. Not quite as dramatic as it seems -- pressures.

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Did I every day of its burst or malnutrition is overdoing it. First

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or starvation is on the death certificate as a factor in these

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people but it is obviously, as people are dying, their bodies are

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shutting down so water and food are going to become issues. It is not as

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clear-cut as Sun is making out. It is saying the NHS staff are so

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overworked they don't have time to help people eat and drink when they

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need that help. I think it is a much more placate a picture than what we

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were talking about it earlier. It also refers to the Liverpool pathway

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which was stopped in 2013. Where food and drink was removed, wasn't

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it? Absolutely. If it is through negligence, that is awful, what can

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we do? That is not a way for a relative to pass away. But if it is

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chosen path to go down, it is very different. That is why we have here,

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although deaths have gone up this year, they down more than 1000 from

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the preceding decade and that is because they stopped the Liverpool

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pathway in 2013. Again, read the item, it is far more complicated and

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not as drastic as apes as on the front page but I can tell you, any

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of these people who have not got compensation who have seen their

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parents not looked after properly, is wrong, it needs to be stopped.

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Let's look at the mail. Give us ?3000 each. British drivers tell VW.

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Why? Why do they want this money? BW was done for cheating emissions

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tests. In America, owners of the VW cars have been given compensation.

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-- VW was done. British and European drivers think they should have some

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as well. Big bill. It is also surprising that the states not part

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of the EU have got their money straightaway and if you are part of

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the EU, you haven't got anything! Wait for two years and you might get

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it. Just thought I would mention it. It is amazing that nobody in the EU

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has got compensation and America has already done the deal. Just saying,

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just putting it out there. Draw your own conclusions! Finally, the Times,

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thousands of British holidays face ruin as drought is declared. U2

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don't care for this story. Why not? -- you guys. It is not snowing in

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the Alps and it is snowing in funny places like the Greek islands. That

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is a more interesting story. We could also have freezing

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temperatures. But for a little bit less of snow in I know you are

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interested, but we were not as interested. I'm naturally curious

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about so many things. I think as you said to put the juxtaposition that

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that freezing conditions in Greece but not in a snow in the Alps made

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it an interesting story. Thank you, I'm glad you listened to my appeals

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to try and say something. I could have talked about that story myself

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but I thought I would give them a hand. The point is, there have been

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so little rain but they are not even allowed to make fake snow! Which you

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can normally. Fake snow? How can you be so keen on skiing that you will

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actually go to the lengths of creating fake snow on the mountain?

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There is a lot of money involved. Water could be used from the

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mountain reservoirs. Those pictures were of where there is too much of

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snow or smelling odd places. Turkey and Greece, causing enormous

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problems for people. And fatalities, of course, as well. That is the

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papers for tonight. John, Esther, they give very much. We always like

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you. You can read a decal review on our website. -- details.

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It should be on iPlayer as well. No doubt you will tell me if it isn't.

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From all of us, it's good mate. Coming up next, the film review.

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