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we'll bring you the political leaders in Northern Ireland debating


with each other, in front of a studio audience.


Hello and welcome to our look ahead to what tomorrow


With me are Kate Proctor, Political Correspondent


at The London Evening Standard and the broadcaster,


The Financial Times leads with Theresa May's


anticipated tour of marginal Labour-held constituencies,


on the last day of campaigning on Wednesday.


The i has an image of the Australian nurse


who was killed in the London Bridge attack after she ran to help those


The Metro has as its main story has Theresa May


ramping up her anti-terror rhetoric two days before the election.


The Guardian also reports on Theresa May's promise


that she is ready to change human rights laws, if they stop


the government from tackling the threat from terrorism


while the Times says that MI5 ignored a warning


from the Italian authorities, that one of the London Bridge


attackers "wanted to be a terrorist".


Italian-Moroccan Youseff Zaghba was placed on an international watch


The Daily Mirror reports that British authorities were warned


of Zaghba after he tried to flee Italy to fight in Syria.


We start with the election, first. One day to go, 24 hours, a hell of a


lot at stake, and the Conservatives firmly believe that they can get


some of those votes hiding up there in the north? It looks that way, or


it is an indication that she relies on it is a tight race engineer to do


everything including going to the labour heartlands. -- Labour. Her


hope is that a month is Labour supporters are some who just don't


like Jeremy Corbyn. I suppose that is a bigger factor now, given the


tenors that he is getting. Also UKIP, how many voted for them? 4


million? Many were historically Labour supporters, and 20 UKIP. Now


she would hope to Saturn back from UKIP and from Labour. So a lot to


play for. -- snatch them back. Kate, play for. -- snatch them back. Kate,


that these areas that be considered as will be campaigning in tomorrow,


they are largely Leave areas? That is right. She has done Yorkshire.


She has done Wales. She has gone to all those traditional Labour Brexit


seats. It shows, really, how keen she is. And to actually get our


vote. It is the ultimate in plastering. If you go to a Labour


seat that has an 8000 majority, you really are showing that you mean


business in the final days of your campaign. She did this in the


beginning, then had a lull after the dementia tax went so badly for her.


But she has gone straight back to her beginning campaign tactic, which


was to get these massive majorities and put back and message out there.


Dementia tax, Winter fuel allowances, means testing, all those


issues that have perhaps hit the very core of the Conservative Party


and her voters, potentially, you would expect, that is all behind her


now? That is how I said because I think she is so on security. And it


is not just that. I think this stage in the game and in the context of


what has happened, I think security is one of the strongest things that


she has. But also Brexit in the economy is also so wrapped up


together, those two issues. Who will be the strongest? Who will give


Bystrom 's financial future. I think those issues, social care, the


winter fuel allowance, these are only. -- who will give us the best


financial future. In a sense, it has been helpful because she has moved


from some sticky subject. When her opinion polls went from very high


too, you know... There is no denying it has been a bumpy ride photo. But


the position that we're in now, considering what has happened, I


think security will pull ahead as the key issue. But a lot of people


firmly believe that Jeremy Corbyn's views on this, especially when it


comes to police numbers, are important. And for them, tip the


balance towards the Labour Party. Especially as Theresa May was Home


Secretary at a time when police numbers were cut. By nearly 20,000.


You talk to most police officers these days and they will say it has


an impact. That is the first age of intelligence. Walking around,


picking of information, seeing things, passing on, et cetera. With


20,000 as police doing that, it will be... It will be tricky, why did? On


the front page of the Guardian, Kate, Theresa May threatens to


dismantle human rights laws in the wake of these terror attacks. And


you want to do this while ago. -- and she wanted to do this a while


ago. She says that these laws impede the ability of the British


Parliament or the Home Secretary to get rid of undesirables. That is


having the G7 's Home Secretary. She said she felt hamstrung by the


European convention on human rights. I think it is a mate, there is a


direction of travel, anyway. -- that is what she said when she was Home


Secretary. It is a punchy thing to say. It is possibly the right thing


to say because people want to hear today. To think this has come from


nowhere would be misguided. This is in Theresa May has been interested


in for a long time. She has not had to dismantle European laws to


toughen up on these laws in our country. We have these things called


control orders. The Labour Party introduced that. These are used


sometimes and restrict people's movements and allow the authorities


to monitor them. And I suspect that what she is hinting at the night is


a return to, or rather to beef up, please orders. How you do that with


the resources we have got, like the policeman, MI5, they would say they


don't have the resources. So it is a big question. The Metro continues


this story. Labour will argue that the powers exist already. You can do


that within our own Constitution, not that we have written but within


our own laws, we can deal with these undesirables. That is the argument


that you will hear from the Lib Dems. How much do we infringe on


personal liberty to keep people safe. There was that we have


everything we need in place in terms of laws and jurisdiction. It is just


a case of resource in. I think we cannot really understate the feeling


that people have had to take a blanket of approach to security will


infringe upon personal liberty in some ways. People start to feel


uncomfortable. I was good to say, Jon, that there might be a body of


opinion out there that much of this could be the white Lego because what


has happened. -- John. And it has been appalling. But there will be


those out there who will save, look, let's be careful, here. We are


talking about a serious rowing back of all of our human rights. Indeed.


It is a difficult argument. I can see both sides. -- I was going to


say. When it comes to sentencing, we should talk about that at which we


talked about today, you do need to change anything dramatically. These


three guys there were response will do this because he not far from


where we are sitting, it were they brought to court, could have gone


down to murder. You had to introduce a law to bring a terrorism factor


into it. I think extending prison sentences as something which does


not really work for me and this situation that we face. Logically, I


suppose, but you got to those constituencies in the north-east and


the north-west, and the Midlands, which voted Leave, potentially you


can voters, who are, you know, hard on law and order, with this coded


message to four hours before an election, it will pay well. As soon


as they heard that, I thought that is actually addressing precisely


what readers of the Daily Express, the Metro, and these sorts of papers


would want to hear. The Daily Mirror, then. Kate, I'm going to be


a terrorist. This is the third attacker, the Moroccan Italian,


Youssef Zaghba, who said that he was trained to get to Syria, in Italy.


That is right. A few papers have covered this story. As it is


reported in the Mirror, he was stopped at an airport tried to get


to Syria. He had a phone which had extremist material on in terms of


images and photographs. He also had a 1-way ticket, a small bag, just


hand luggage, but I think what was on his phone, if you actually read


the stories, you will start to see, how on earth is he not pulled over,


essentially, by Nicos? It might be questioned, and in this report they


will say that there was a charge and he could not be prosecuted. When you


see what stacks up against him, it does feel astonishing that nothing


happened in Italy, and he was able to come to Britain. That is putting


the blame on the Italians. All they're saying is that this


information was on a platform that should have been shared. We could


have read it. But there must be acres of information on


platforms. It could be that this was platforms. It could be that this was


nest or that it was red and ignored, not given priority, we don't know.


The indication from all these sources is that the security


services made a huge mistake by not identifying him and taking certain


actions. -- read. The Italians did not take any action and are now


bleating about us not taking action. I have said before the security


services. Ready to wreak -- 33,000 potential cases. Thousands are on


lists of serious suspect. And five active cases they look at all the


time. Whether they begin and when they stop? These guys are


responsible -- these guys who are responsible for the attacks on the


weekend, or they did was Hari then and by so nice. That is all they


did. There is no evidence that planning anything on the Internet.


This suggest that you need a Europewide, a holistic approach to


deal with the threat. For good or ill, we are leading the European


Union. Go figure. This case will be very worrying for those who want to


stay in the European Union. Because clearly it shows that we have across


Europe the means to communicate, but also, we are quite desperate, and


basically have Italians who are not able to rescue this guy. But he said


that in front of British law, he would have had an -- K-Stew Ansa


straightaway. It was the European question into focus. As I say, for


good or ill. But you wonder how this will fit into the talks and


negotiations which This story is quite frightening. The


front page of the Times, and over role of security service methods.


How does Labour counter the arguments that are coming from the


Conservatives? It is very difficult. Jeremy Corbyn rightly or wrongly has


a reputation of opposing laws. He will be the first to say that under


any circumstances, while condemning, in the strongest possible terms, it


is a tricky one for him. Theresa May so far in this campaign has had the


upper hand on that one but there are other issues. It is not just about


this guide. The guide in the documentary was not picked up. And


this other guy who seems to have got into this country because he has


refused UK asylum but was in the country on an Irish Visa after


marrying a British woman. All sorts of questions. The police


commissioner and others have indicated they will review what is


going on but what they will do differently is another question. I


just wanted to say on Labour, what you would hear from Jeremy Corbyn is


probably this push for diplomacy and talks. I think... That is his


narrative. He is talking about the peace process in Ireland and he


would always say it was in talks that led the way... But you cannot


talk to these people. We grew up with all that and we knew talks were


going on an officially, below sea level if you like but you could talk


to these people you cannot talk to this lot. I think that is where he


might come unstuck. Let's end with the Guardian. The nurse who ran


towards the danger to help people and in the end paid with the


ultimate prize. I am really pleased that the Guardian put this woman on


the front page. An Australian nurse and the report here explained that


she ran towards danger, she tried to help people being attacked and she


lost her life while doing so. Really lovely tribute and comments from her


family and colleagues. Just a beautiful picture have are with the


sunflowers and it is really important to remember these


individuals who have lost their lives. We have terrorists all over


the front page but I am happy to see a real tribute to somebody who lost


their lives. The better side of the human nature on a night of carnage.


Good to see you both. And the youthful watching. Many thanks.


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