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Hello and welcome to our look ahead
to what the the papers will be
bringing us tomorrow.
With me are Rachel Cunliffe, Comment
and Features Editor at City AM,
and the Writer & Broadcaster,
Lynn Faulds Wood.
Leicester see you both. Look at us
without cool colours, the three
Graces. Allardyce in our cool
The Financial Times,
which leads with the guilty plea
by former National Security Advisor
to Donald Trump Paul Flynn,
for misleading the FBI
about his connections to Russia.
The I features the warning from
the Brexit Secretary David Davis
that he would resign
if the Deputy Prime Minister Damian
Green was forced to quit over claims
pornography was found on his House
of Commons computer.
The Daily Mail says
the Conservatives are at war
with the police over
the accusations, which are
they say are the product
of a long running feud.
The Telegraph highlights the danger
to the President following the deal
made by Paul Flynn to cooperate
with FBI investigators examining
Russian interference in the US
elections last year.
The Sun carries a large picture
of Prince Harry's fiance
The Guardian's top story is also
the guilty plea by Paul Flynn,
noting the President
quiet on the matter.
The Sun carries a large picture
of Prince Harry's fiance
Meghan Markle on her first public
engagement with the Prince since
they announced their engagement,
calling her a mega star.
The Daily Express claims
new research suggests
if you are overweight you are more
likely to develop dementia,
those in their 50s with a high
Body Mass Index most at risk.
We're going to start, then, with
those revelations that admission by
Michael Flynn, former security
adviser to Donald Trump that he lied
to the FBI. So it says on the
Not only did he lied, he's
now what we call in this country as
Queen' evidence or anti-Trump
evidence. And he's joining the FBI
former director-general Robert
Miller who is investigating Russian
meddling and has already arrested...
Meddling in the election last year.
The problem was for Trump is that
he's likely to or senior figures and
the one they mention is come's
son-in-law Jared Kusher.
already been spoken and they say
they will have him in for another
Jared Kusher and interesting
person because he has numerous
contacts with some various dubious
international character. What is
interesting about Flynn coming
forward is he has not led guilty to
one count of lying to the FBI which
is minor compared to what he could
be charged with. They discuss
sanctions with the Russian
ambassador. I'm not an expert in US
law but there are a number of other
troubles that he could get into.
He's pled guilty to one count of the
maximum sentences of five years,
that's relatively mild. There was
the assumption here that he had
stuck a deal, he is cooperating, who
is he going to name next?
up the chain does it go?
moment the only suggestion is Jarrod
Tesla. However, there are various
rumours that could affect from --
Jared Kushner. But I suspect is so
clever at tweeting his way out of
trouble, he changes the subject.
He's been uncharacteristically
His to this afternoon, there
was hardly anything for a while and
nothing really about what's
Maybe he's getting advice
on when he feels is an safe
territory Dan Hill comment. The
White House is saying this
implicates no one. -- then he will
They say it's implicating
Obama which is 1984 doublespeak. The
point that Michael Flynn worked in
the Obama impersonation, calling him
a former Obama official. For
chaotic, disruptive and not
following procedures. They point out
he was only serving for 25 days in
Trump's administration. There was
good Duport reporting is not because
Trump hounded him out, Trump was
saying to the end that he was a good
guy and it was the mainstream media.
They're not guys.
Trump was lauding
him as in the greatest thing since
sliced three star general is one
they appointed him. Very also saw
Flynn saying in the run-up to the
election, Flynn was shouting lock up
Hillary as well. We think this guy
could be made a meal of in the
witness stand because he seems to be
a bit flaky for a three star
Meanwhile in Russia they
are saying look, the anti-Russian
spin continues. You spotted, who is
at the top of the Guardian, Rachel?
Can you look on Luck is up here.
Hillary Clinton in conversation with
Mary Beard who I am absolutely a
huge fan of. And Hillary Clinton.
There she is not laughing at the
current situation? I think given
Flynn was leading calls to lock her
up, she must be finding this
interesting, I wonder if it's
coincidental that the Guardian have
put it where they have above the
masthead tonight. I've dropped it on
the floor, we better move on. We
were ready anyway. The Daily Mail.
Let's take our time. Tories at war
with the police. This is over a
former detective speaking to the
No, that was Neil
This is where the feud comes
in. Nine years ago. These images
were found on a computer in Damian
As has now been
He says it's nothing to do
with me, I didn't download them, I
didn't feud on House of Commons
property and that the police
officers query that.
officer in question is has said that
he knows or he's examined the
evidence and it's clear he was
Damian Green looking at the time
periods in which computer it was
Mingling with e-mails in
this as well.
There are so many
angles on this story. He denies it
as well. This evidence was seized
another of years ago at the
assumption was that had been deleted
and it was all perfectly legal
content, if unsavoury, and that the
police had promised to raise it and
one of these police officers thought
this was the wrong decision and
therefore held onto it and is
leaking it now. The male course this
a vendetta and said that the police
are trying to oust Damian Green and
it has become war. I'm torn on this.
I believe please need to follow
procedure and that if there was
nothing illegal there, that's where
it should end. At the same time for
the House of Commons has no HR
department and in any other field of
work, as someone was doing that, he
said he wasn't, if someone was doing
30 get fired instantly. Parliament
seems to be the only place that
David Davis says
prepared to consider the
If Damian Green gets
pushed out of his job over this.
Prepared to consider it.
I wonder if
Davis has had enough of Brexit.
can't blame him.
speculation. If you look back to
2006 in all of the start, I think
it's six of one and half a dozen of
the other. They will say the Tories
are at war of the police but back
then it started when Jacqui Smith
from Labour was the Home Secretary
and there was a young Tory activist
coming to David Davis according to
the papers today, to say that he
wanted to get a job for labour and
then leak information to them. He
was put on to Damian Green. There
was a history here and Damian Green
according to the papers today, meet
him in a pub and received these
secrets from Jacqui Smith's offers.
This is all speculative isn't it was
Green will say hold on a minute...
This was taken as why the police
Damian Green said look of
done nothing wrong here. To some
people it looks like a witchhunt?
If there were secrets
out there then unfortunately...
That's not what is being revealed
here. From the perspective of
Theresa May's Cabinet if she feels
she has two fire Damian Green and he
does go, who does she have less?
She's losing Cabinet minister.
already. A couple having on by the
skin of their teeth.
being investigated quietly by the
police for inappropriate behaviour.
Presumably with women.
probably some Labour MPs also being
They're not in
government at the moment. Our
government looks like if they've got
them a bit of a fix.
Shall we move
Here it is on page
six, there's so much of it. Warning
Theresa May, we will give Irish
final say on trade talks.
think this is a story. The first
line is that the EU will for Port
Irish veto on trade talks unless
Theresa May caved in.
No hard border
between Ireland and the republic. --
Northern Ireland and the republic.
Ireland is an EU member and if the
story was Belgium said the EU will
support their demands, we wouldn't
be surprised. We have this idea
because of the said culture and
history, Ireland should somehow be
on our side but there's no reason
that the EQ wouldn't support I, this
plays right into their hands.
stating the obvious. The reason I
think it's a story, they are
cranking up this anti-British
feeling going into the talks and
Donald Tusk, the paper says he is
Brussels chief, he has a longer
title vow that, he is actually
saying the Irish have the vetoes if
they don't like whatever they are
doing coming out, they have a veto.
The rest can do what they are
saying. That is I story because
every week we find a way for the
EU -- papers there are 27 EU states
and they each have a red line.
will go back to their countries and
sell whatever it is to the
electorate. Rob Nolan that'll be
work visas and migration, France
will be something like trade tariffs
on agriculture and possibly
financial regulations, Paris and
Germany. They want to take status of
London as a financial centres. All
will have demand. This is Ireland's
demand. The differences we get
emotional and nostalgic unpatriotic?
Britain daring wanting to come out
or the UK, bit unfair, and
absolutely not unfair.
If it's not
an server are some thorny issues
that have to be decided such as the
citizens rights, the divorce Bill
and the Irish question.
problem is if you don't want a hard
border, anything can happen going
through that border now. We were
talking today about to do is develop
Drones. It will be drones.
It's the sensitivity of having a
border back between the Republic of
Ireland and Northern Ireland. And
after the goods Friday agreement and
the solution, finally seeing an end
to the trouble is that we lived
through, there's an enormous amount
of concern about the idea of
bringing that border back.
there is. I don't think there's
something that most people want do.
Another problem is Theresa May's
government is propped up by the DUP
and the red Line for them is hard
border between Northern Ireland and
the rest of the UK, which is
problematic for the hole for a
number of reasons. Those 10-12 MPs
controlled the government.
mention a large amount of our money.
They have bidding powers for
agreeing to the confidence of
supply, that's the leverage to use
when you're a politician.
reached the point where I listen to
the people saying why don't we just
have another referendum because no
one thought it would be such a
horrible mess with other lawyers
I don't think we can handle
Can you handle
what's happening? It appears to we
haven't got many cards in this.
we've got the deal, maybe were will
be a rethink. Cough mixture. We need
a consumer story when Lynn is in.
Cough syrup is rescue the children,
what's wrong with it?
you could end up giving the child
too much. The big problem with
children's medicine, eight years
I've helped the coalition, take
cancer retreating, they get cut down
adult medicine. Medicines tend not
to be developed especially for
Body weight often isn't
There are various stories about
people trying to quieten their baby
sometimes by giving them the
medicine, it's very easy to
overdosage children. We should look
at children better than we do to and
give guidance to parents of what is
risky and what isn't. Aspirin and we
decided was risky in small children
and a lot of children are very
you'd never give children apropos
proposed fairness there was a
No brand names, but once
Europe sofa covered in pink fabric
the same as a particular brand
medicine that you gave children.
There's always a danger of overdose?
There is always a danger and parents
will try to do whatever is best for
the child, that is so much
conflicting information about
medicine and all kinds of things
when you are pregnant and this food
has this effect in adult life. It's
not possible ever to act in a
completely risk-free way. This is
What they are saying him
as actually, nothing is better just
rest. A pill for every ill is doing
a lot of damage.
There probably is
problem which is over meditating as
adults and children and rest, it
will get better on their own.
old-fashioned honey and lemon drink
they are suggesting.
Plenty of rest. Not when you're
trying to sleep though. We've all
been there. Two people got engaged,
did you know?
Breaking news. It's
all over everything tonight.
have a picture of Megan Marco. Not
the best picture of her.
looks a bit grey on the cover of the
Sun. I can say what I like.
come out in Nottingham, first outing
as an official royal. Everyone loved
her and she was very charismatic,
obviously she's an actress and is
used to crowd, I don't know what to
say about this except that the
causes they were supporting in
Nottingham are very important. They
were there for world AIDS Day and
for the programme working for medal
health and young people.
Express, while talking, that show
the paper. The express.
I think this
is potentially very good for the
world family. I'm not Scottish
people live there. I work with
Princess Diana on the Old Course to
do with children and I think that
Harry who has a social contrast...
-- social conscience, that his role
in life, his brother has to wait to
be king. Meghan Markle also has a
social conscience and think you
might find this couple will turn out
to be a serious good for the world
play their cards right.
the last word to Matt. As a reporter
standing, talking to camera saying
after Meghan Markle's triumphant
first royal visit she will go to
Brussels to negotiate a better
That solves the David
She can walk on water
as the Channel while she does.
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