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is the number list Harry Judd talking about this by he has written

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about in all his career in his latest adventure, Deep Blue.

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

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With me are the former Fleet Street editor,

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Eve Pollard and the journalist and columnist, Yasmin Alibhai-Brown.

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Tomorrow's front pages starting with.

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The Metro pays tribute to the British 7-year-old

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who was killed in the Barcelona terror attack on Thursday

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after becoming separated from his mum while on Las Ramblas.

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The Daily Telegraph headlines comments made by the Uk's chief

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trade negotiator in which he said post-Brexit deals will make

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the world a safer place as Britain forges alliances with other

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The Daily Express also leads with Brexit, where it quotes.

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Analysis carried out by a Eurosceptic group. The Financial

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Times says that club administration will push hard on tax reform in a

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bid to win back Republican voters. Meanwhile, the Daily Mail rides that

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Prince Charles has seen a drop of his popularity ratings in the run-up

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to the 20th anniversary of Princess Diana's death. And the times says

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children are being exposed to an increase in gambling adverts as

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backing websites push the new customers. And the Guardian says

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that the Crown Prosecution Service 's needs to crack down on social

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media and hate crimes making them are serious as offences carried out

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face-to-face. That was appalled poster of the front pages. We will

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staff of our chart, good morning, not morning, good evening.

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LAUGHTER Morning soon. Let staff at the times, fascinating new link in

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the Barcelona attacks, being made with Brussels. They say that this

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man, who got blown up in the explosion happened at London 25

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miles away from Barcelona was involved with the Brussels bombings,

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was possibly also involved with French terror attacks because

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apparently he'd been to France often. The car that was involved in

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the terror attack had been in France only a few weeks ago. And, it seems

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there is a group of people who, obviously there were quite a group

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of people they wanted to have a text on the coast, those gas canisters

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which luckily never exploited. Side of course, he in Amman. And this is

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very important. -- of course he isn't a man. Often parents will say,

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we didn't know this was happening if we had known we would have done

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something. And here we know that especially the 18-year-olds these

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are some of the youngest we have seen, they were clearly in the hands

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of somebody who minute played to drink with them. And it turns out it

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was him. -- who minute plated and groom them. They are still looking

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for him. They think he died because he tried to... What is terrifying

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that supposedly a man of God was bad guys and then, and they've got

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younger and younger and younger. It is important to start looking at

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what is going on in the heads of some of these young second and third

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generation extremely angry alienating young Muslims will stop I

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think there something very important to look out within family dynamics

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and why they become susceptible to these guys, there was a new group of

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imams that is coming together and if they mean what they say they going

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to go for this group and get them out of the trap they are finding

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themselves own. Go through these imams who are radicalising young

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people? Yes, giving them an alternative. I heard earlier today

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that it is often the youngsters that are radicalised and the young man

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that, but it is the ages of this particular cell. Is that a lot of

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these young men have stepped away from their religion and it is when

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they come back to it that they become so easily radicalised. I also

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think a lot of visual men who were living, they are the second

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generation or the third-generation living with parents who are trying

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to live, as the first generation and their wide call hairless households,

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so they're not allowed to go out with girls, they are not allowed or

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the freedoms they see all the way around them. They go off the rails,

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often, with heard so many of them is taken drugs, have been involved with

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watching pawn and all the rest of it and then they feel guilt, or they

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made to feel guilt by someone who can manipulate them brilliantly and

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say, this is what you can do. Do you think it is down to their community,

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the imam 's light you say to actually put a stop and step in? The

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conversation we had had up until now has this government, backed

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government... It can't be government it has got with their families as

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well. Side it is never easy as a migrant, I've been a migrant all my

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life. -- it is never easy. What happens is you become resilient and

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ambitious. These young kids seem to have lost any sense of, that is the

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migration story, back of the story of America. Used to be that the

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second and third generation would integrate more and make it in spite

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of the difficulties. They want to stick the difficulties. Something is

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gone badly wrong here. I read a research report from America

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recently, many of these men either have absent auto radical fathers.

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I'm not saying they all are, not at all. Or they have a problematic

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relationship with their mums, again there was no psychological

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interventions and we need to have those. You must have a problem with

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your mother when your mother is not on an equal footing with the above?

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Some of them are wonderful parents, I've interviewed some of them but we

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need to go deeper. In capturing the teenage mind can be so easy if you

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know how. We need to assimilate them, make sure they all speaking

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with... Debut. Is that everyone else to do. These guys speak perfect

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Spanish or French, they are completely of the place but not of

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the place. You are speaking to someone who was a child of

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immigrants, I understand this perfectly. We are all immigrants at

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this news table. I feel totally British. I was always British, it

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was a colony. Me to. This is the news that broke when I came an

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shift, everyone was hoping against hope he would be found. It was

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against the youth, that young face. And also we have no idea how ill his

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mother is, she is in hospital so whether she knows that he is gone.

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Throw she said that we were so lucky to have him. That was his father.

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Can you imagine anything worse that you get separated, which would be

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scary enough in that crowd, and then you find your child didn't though.

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The youngest victim is actually three years old who has not the

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name. We will stay with the Telegraph and Brexit. Working

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through this quickly. There is a big smile, either. There was somebody he

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was saying in the government or the board of train all international

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trading group saying that trade deals after Brexit will make the

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world safer. I would love to believe that, but we were already in a group

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which we thought would wake the world safer and anything we can do

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to make the world safe I think is great. I'm not sure that all these

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new relationships we will forge on the basis of trade... Is this a

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security expert saying this? It is incomprehensible and fairly

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illiterate to say we will be safer. Nobody can say thou about anything

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in the world today. It is like saying we will get free cupcakes for

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the rest of our lives! LAUGHTER It is a lovely idea and he

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obviously has heart working terribly on this. Online abuse is making the

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front page. Yes and I think this is really important because Frank God

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we have now reached the point where the internet is being scrutinised,

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this idea that it is a wild and free and wonderful place is not an

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whether it is for jihadis or sex in this... And misogynist and racists.

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It is high time that the internet Giants were hurled accountable. And

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this is treated as a hate crime. It is long overdue. I think overview of

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what sentence you get for committing a hate crime would be quite

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interesting. This is something that just in happen of the bar but now

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because you have total anonymity you can say anything about anybody. Side

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I know young girl who was so racially, and mixed-race girl, who

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tried to hang herself about three weeks ago they found her

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just-in-time and young people are particularly susceptible. Yes

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because they are totally involved with social media and also cyber

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bullying. It is a different world and the problem is that children are

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involved in an adult world and they can't manage it. I think if you can

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say your children... If you accept it up this week in that shop and you

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don't pay the then you will go to jail. I think the same sort of thing

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at the polling can say, there are serious, serious considerations were

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doing this that would probably cut it down quite a lot. You got to

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wonder, would they have the resources to track these people down

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because there was a lot of anonymity online. On the can you note and I

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did they are going much better at tracing. I have never understood why

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this new media thinks it should have no regulation? When the rest of us

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have to operate under very strict rules. You have to check your facts.

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You can put anything on social media. Yes-men you touched on the

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point that social media giants have the play a role. They haven't really

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been open provided. No. It is interesting that marks about things

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he might have about being president, while Eddie doesn't sort this out on

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Google. Is he Facebook Google? Facebook. They have got to watch

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what they do one of the terrifying things as you can get on social

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media by now how you can kill people with their ban. That has influence

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people and it is called people. Off the grid is my solution to it all.

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The Daily Mail, I was wondering where this was going to come up

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because did you watch the documentary is celebrating... I've

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not seen them because I have been away. But I have been very lucky

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enough to meet both Diana Princess of Wales. Oh, yes and what your

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thoughts? She was extraordinary she was different, she changed the Royal

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family. I think she would be quite horrified to know that this very bad

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marriage, and it was a very bad marriage, but there are millions of

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people in this country have had a very bad marriage, now comes

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tumbling out, some of it is true. I don't think she would be horrified,

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if you read the Sunday Times Magazine today where he talks about

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how he wrote that book, she knew what she was doing and she did and

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I'm glad that finally these two are seeing some comeuppance for what

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happened to that poor child. She was, again 18 years old. 19. 19 when

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they got together she was a child. It was a bad arranged marriage. I am

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pleased about this that their popularity has hit. It will come

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back. Also, he has done great things in his life. Look, which was had

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not... Who has been paired effect, none of us. My feeling is, she was

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extraordinary, Sears have these two wonderful sons who will change the

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Royal family forever. She taught them a lesson. I find it difficult

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that... Was this conversation goes and carries an here. We're going to

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say that the zip of the papers makes you join is in about half an hour

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and we will continue with the conversation to find out how ends.

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Coming up next it is Meet The Other. Don't go away.

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