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Hello and welcome to our look ahead
to what the the papers will be
bringing us tomorrow.
With me are Kate Proctor,
at the London Evening Standard
and the broadcaster John Stapleton.
The Daily Express says that EU
membership is costing the UK nearly
£1 billion a month -
almost treble the amount quoted
by the leave campaign.
The Metro has more on the removal of
Kevin Spacey from an upcoming film -
as the controversy continues
over his alleged sexual misconduct.
Priti Patel's replacement
Penny Mourdant's leads on The FT-
which has according to the fuelled
pressure on Theresa May to carry out
a big cabinet reshuffle.
The Telegraph reports
that the Prime Minister has told
pro-European Tory rebels
that she will not "tolerate" any
attempts to undermine Brexit -
as the Government tables
Brexit is also the lead for The I -
which talks about Brexiteers
acceptance for a bigger divorce
settlement and Downing Street's
worry about voter backlash.
The Guardian has more on Brexit -
but also features a picture
of Donald Trump and the Chinese
President Xi Jinping
on his tour of Asia.
Kevin Spacey's career is in tatters
according to the Times
following the director
Ridley Scott's decision to erase him
for his new film only six
weeks before its release.
Let's start with Kate, talk to us
about the Financial Times. Penny
Mordaunt is on the front page as she
is on a lot of the papers. As the
replacement for Priti Patel after a
very difficult week for the Prime
It has been a torrid
couple of weeks for Theresa May.
good week for a political journalist
It has been a busy
time for recess. Penny Mordaunt has
come in and she is supposed to be a
breath of fresh air. New blood
coming into the cabinet. By all
accounts she is well liked by her
colleagues. She was working as a
disability is minister beforehand.
Now she takes the role as
International Development Secretary.
I think it will be really
well-suited to her. I think there
was a little bit of disappointment
that there was not a wider
reshuffle. There is concern about
Boris Johnson still and we still
have some of those allegations from
the sexual harassment.
We will talk
about Boris Johnson in a minute. But
John, the express has a picture of
Penny Mordaunt in her swimsuit. That
is the picture they have chosen to
use, what do you make of that?
of this is why not? She went like
this, but she is probably better
remembered for her appearance on
Splash than anything in politics
which is probably unfair but true.
It was for charity which shows her
as a good egg to raise money for a
good cause. Why not I suppose? But
the express being the express are
using it as an excuse to run a
headline making a splash penny and
slash foreign aid. Something else
they are very keen on and they can
advocate on now she is in the job
but I doubt very much it will. What
she does is even up the balance of
Brexiteers and remain voters and
also keeps up the female camp to the
The swimming costume is
unfortunate because of this
international role where she will be
visiting countries all over the
world where modest dress is more
appropriate. I'm sure it is very
unfortunate and she would not think
hurts in days would end up on the
We mentioned Boris
Johnson, the other Cabinet minister
who has been in some trouble over
the last few stays. The Mirror say,
sack him, a minister on the brink.
Eating she is still on the brink?
Yes. There are such anger about his
comments and I speak to her husband
all the time and they are very
concerned. He's misspeaking is very
serious. The conditions that she is
being held in our horrific. He did
he did issue a qualified apology.
needs to explain those remarks at
the very least. When he said she was
their training journalists which
have now been seized on by
journalists in Iran as guilty. He
needs to explain that remark. His
so-called apology was so
half-hearted. He said I appreciate I
could have been clearer. It was
abundantly clear what he said, she
said she said was their training
He did not say she was
their training journalists, but he
did say she was training...
those remarks were taken out of
context... What context?
can survive this? Busy too big for
Theresa May to fire?
She is still
wedded to the idea that Boris is a
figurehead of books that and needs
him because he has that power to
draw people to Brexit and keep
people thinking that it will be OK.
-- figurehead of Brexit. Right now
she thinks he is in asset.
many sackings can she afford right
We now have the Telegraph, I
suppose this goes to how strong she
is at the moment, or how weak is
she? The word in Brussels is that
she is being viewed as increasingly
This is a move by the
Government to say we will not
tolerate any backsliding here. We
have set a date and time believing
and that is it. She does not want
anyone to create amendments to the
withdrawal bill, she does not want
anyone using that to slow the
process. She is saying, we want to
emerge from this is a strong, united
Government and we don't want any
She is trying to
assert her authority in a difficult
time. Even if this amendment goes
through and we have the Brexit date
put into law. We still have to
content with the fact of deadlock in
Brussels. We're not hearing any more
positive noises from there.
also in the terror group, Irish
border demands threaten trade talks.
It is pressure now from another
country, Ireland is saying they want
to know what is happening between
the border. They want clarity on
that before Britain continues with
the talks. We have the EU wanting to
talk about the divorce Bill, you
have Ireland wanting to talk about
the border, and right now we are
still in a position of stalemate. It
is another headache for the Prime
Still on Brexit... It is
hard to get away from it!
you do without a?!
The express is
talking about our true Brexit bill.
This is done by a high-flying city
analyst who says the true cost of
Brexit per year is 1980 million.
Don't forget of course
week, sorry. He says the actual cost
is 980 million. I suspect that
figure will be challenged. To arrive
at that figure he is thrown in
everything but the kitchen sink. He
has talked about adding the 12
billion a year lost to the Exchequer
of legal tax avoidance which would
wouldn't happen if we were in the
EU. He talks about the cost of
migrants, a lot of people will
challenge this, once the tax they
have paid from the benefits, that is
£30 billion a year for migrants.
He's even throwing in the 2 billion
that tax wastage of the EU foreign
aid budget. Many people argue that
many of those things should not be
in there anyway and what about the
rebate we get?
On to the Metro,
Kevin Spacey was once a Hollywood
icon, and now seems to be a pariah.
He is cut out of this film only six
weeks away from release. He has been
really edited and seminars brought
into play his part.
I do not have
much sympathy for Kevin Spacey. The
allegations are ongoing and he is
being investigated. It this phone
company had the means to write him
out then you should do. How can you
have a lead character with all those
allegations hanging over them? That
it's just the consequences of what
has happened. I think they have made
the right decision.
It is probably a
financial decision as well as a
moral decision arguably because they
do not want it on to lose money.
do not want to sound too
controversial, I agree with you. But
on the other hand we still had Woody
Allen making films and Roman
Polanski is barred from America but
he still makes films that people
watch. You wonder...
boycott Harvey Weinstein films?
probably would. I have spoken to
other people my age who are unhappy
with what has happened and it will
factor into decision-making about
going to the cinema. They will not
see a film where someone has been
accused of sexual harassment.
Cinemagoers will make their views
known and you may see impact on
A quick word on the
Financial Times, they have got
Prevent. The Government's
a interesting story. New figures
show that 7600 referrals were
One boy was nine years old.
A lot of these referrals are by
people in the teaching profession
and not the police. They are
spotting signs of youngsters who are
perhaps showing tendencies. You will
also have to point out that this is
not just people sympathising with
so-called Islamic State, but also
neo-Nazis as well. What they are
actually doing... They can give you
too much detail.
Also in the
Financial Times, diesel getting a
tax rate in the budget?
coming up on this 22nd of November.
Philip Hammond has got a big
decision to make on how he goes
forward with diesel cars. And the
idea is that there might be higher
taxes. That might be a higher rate
tax or a different levy altogether.
Or it might be a tax on
point-of-sale, those are all his
considerations for the budget which
will no doubt interviews diesel car
owners even more!
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