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


in co-ordinated outfits, which I am sure they arrange before coming on


the news... With me are Ruth Lea,


who's Economic Adviser and the journalist and columnist,


Yasmin Alibhai-Brown. Tomorrow's front pages, starting


with Ttomorrow's Financial Times leads on what it says


is the Chancellor's bid to cushion the blow of Brexit


with a two-year transition deal. The Metro says the Chancellor


is at loggerheads with some fellow ministers, who he accuses of trying


to undermine his strategy The Daily Telegraph also leads


on the supposed rift between Philip Hammond


and his Cabinet colleagues - one of whom accuses the Chancellor


of trying to keep Britain in the EU. The Times says Britain is wasting


billions on fighter jets that the RAF won't be able to use


because of defence cuts. Call 999 - get Skype instead -


the headline on the Daily Mail, which reports that some patients


are being denied ambulance crews The Sun leads on the new Doctor


Who - Jodie Whittaker - the 13th Time Lord and the first


woman to play the role. While the Mirror greets


the new Doctor with delight - it's About Time Lord,


says their front page. And back to Brexit on tomorrow's


Guardian front page, which warns of a threat to food


supplies after Britain leaves. What on earth is going on inside the


Cabinet? Two different stories. Hammond the hypocrite on the Daily


Mirror. Raking in ten K a month renting properties and accuses the


public sector are being overpaid. There is a different mood in the


country. At one point everybody knew this and nobody can but the sense of


economic injustice is rife and, I think, for the Chancellor, if he


made those remarks, they were unwise. I suppose it is not he was


among fellow colleagues and I think The Mirror is right to do this


because I get so irritated by rich people, whoever they are, being so


down on those who have so much less than them and I think it is good to


be reminded that a lot of people are making decisions for us have not


lived the last many of us, many people live. It shows on one of the


pages, 11 Downing St, the use of a beautiful mansion in the


countryside... Alex Syriza house... This is all perfectly legitimate it


is just that it is difficult for some people the stomach but we did


hear the Chancellor said on the Andrew Martin Showa that they


receive a premium, public sector workers. Who knows whether he said


it not... He must have said it. If he said it in the Cabinet meeting,


which should not have been late, you do not know the context. I think the


point I presume he was trying to make is that the public sack has


some premium in terms of remuneration over the private sack


that especially in the pension costs. Our research everything for


this programme and it was a referral to a study that said even without


the pension allowance, the public sector workers were paid more than


private sector workers are allowing for so-called qualifications... Then


we should be talking to the private sectors and telling them to stop


exploiting workers. That is what Philip Hammond was trying to say the


top if you compare salaries then actually they do seem to have a


premium... But if they are better qualified and have higher education.


He has just after that. They are just as far as they can... But


public sector people, like John Donald said this morning, this


cleanup on ?230 a week... You live on that? This is not what Philip


Hammond was trying to save up although I take your point. He was


just trying to make a comment about the difference. I cannot bear it,


you are so consensual. This is not what the viewers tuned in for, this


kind of agreement. I am with Philip Hammond. It used of treachery.


Deliberately trying to frustrate the withdrawal from the EU and he says


people are briefing against him and tried to stopping cushion the blow


against the economy and jobs. As I say, he gave the speech about three


weeks ago and I thought it was perfectly reasonable because he said


we would be out of that single market but he wants a transitional


management. This could be the thousand and 22 before it becomes


functional. I see no problem. -- 2022. I do not think he is trying to


be treacherous. There is a huge number of Brexiters who want to


slash and burn and do this thing without due consideration. What is


going to happen to our country and the people of our country. Here I


come down with you in favour... Hammond at least is not a slash and


burn kind of guy but there are people... There is an emotional


overreaction to Brexit. I do not think he can survive this if the


leaks carry on but he is the most sensible of the lot. The irony is,


if you look at what the Brexit Department has published, and indeed


even Theresa May later to task, he was pertinently reasonable in my


view. -- Tusk. She wanted a close relationship to their EU. David


Davis is not a slash and burn either. I think he can be sometimes,


on a bad day at. It is just ideologically driven. He is a very


pragmatic like and knows he has to negotiate. This is about internal


struggles and power. Mr Davies showing his ?100,000 watch today. It


was in the papers. It is not watch, it is leather trousers. The


Guardian, ministers said to be sleepwalking to lower standards. A


lot of people, like I said, are ideologically driven towards Brexit


rather than sensibly thinking about it. They are in your recall the


evidence coming in. Food prices are going up. They were going up if all


the referendum... They are going up all because of food supply problems.


I cannot believe the kind of bullies on the side of Brexit, and we have


them too but not as bully is these, one of the things surely any


government and politician has an absolute duty to is to protect the


country they are in charge from terrible economic disasters and


other disasters and I find this really frightening. I think it is


complete cobblers. I do not think it is right to say that but you have.


If all we join the EEC, we had a perfectly sensible agricultural


policy. But the world has moved on. We imported food at world prices,


whether it was from the states, and that Australia... We did not have


the range of food in our diets. Give me with one reason why we are still


not going to be importing food. This country was a basket case when I


arrived in 1972. This is utter and complete cobblers because we will


continue to import food and the advantage of being outside the EU is


that we will not be in this protectionist policy that has height


tariffs on imported food... But it also has high standards. So why


don't we keep them? I have little doubt... This is an objective


research... Object if! Are you going to reject fact... Yes, it is


absolute cobblers. This is the fourth time, if you are offended by


this mild language I apologise. We can/ tariffs and get cheaper food


prices. We can have lower food prices. This is all fantasy. We will


have to wait and see. Highly protectionist organisation called


the EU. It is not protectionist. 25% tariffs. A very protectionist US


government is making here promises an hour. Finally we have got some


discord. That is why you tuned in. You have said enough. The Sun,


Doctor Who - Jodie Whittaker is going to be a doctor. For the first


time we have a woman. But you thrilled? Yes. I am also thinking


what took so long and know the answer to my question because men.


It is men. It is men. The Guardian, time gentlemen please. Great


headline, we'd use that also. I am very thrilled about... What's the


name? Jodie Whittaker. Why not. I think we need to say what kept you


so long? I am being consensual now. What took you so long. The Mail, new


balls, please. Federer wins we pierced Wimbledon final ever. What


is wrong with that? Felt a bit sorry for Chile each. -- Cilic. He had a


very horrible blister and I felt sorry for him. You are in the finals


at Wimbledon and you have a bad foot, I think you sort of lost his


nerve. He was playing against the drop. I like it that more men are


weeping. I think too many of them have kept all these inside the too


long. I like a man that weeps. Prince Philip doesn't. And I do like


Prince Philip Fer that reason and... -- for that reason. When you want


this so badly, you are bound to feel very emotional. We are living in


good times where men can express their feelings. It has been cruel


that many of them have had to live through a cruel historical period


where they worked allowed to. We do not want too much of it. We do not


want politicians crying... Theresa May shed a tear. Philip Hammond is


probably shedding a tear... We are quite prone to weeping after this


edition of the papers. That's it from the papers. Always a cheater,


you never disappoint. You should have your own show.


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