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Hello and welcome to our look
ahead to what the papers
will be bringing us tomorrow.
With me are entertainment
journalist, Caroline Frost,
journalist, Tony Grew.
Carolyn covers more subject of a
new! -- you.
Many of tomorrow's front
pages are already in:
The Financial Times features
a warning from Donald Trump's most
senior trade adviser
that there will be no exemptions
from proposed metal import tariffs.
The Times also leads on tensions
over proposed charges for selling
steel to America, focusing
on Theresa May's opposition
to the President's plan.
Staying with US trade
on the front of The i -
the newspaper reports that US
lobbyists are urging the UK to end
geographic product protection
as part of a future trade deal.
The Telegraph's main story looks
at the investigation into historic
abuse claims against Iraq veterans -
its picture features Oscar hopeful
Margot Robbie, ahead of the 90th
Academy Awards this evening.
The Metro leads on the Prime
Minister's promise to overhaul
planning rules to kickstart what it
calls a 'housing revolution'.
The Express reports that millions
are facing unexpected tax bills
after not taking advice before
accessing their pension pots -
it also carries a picture
of Sir Roger Banister,
who has died at the age of 88.
And The Guardian carries claims
the government missed an opportunity
to reduce losses at Carillion -
it also features allegations that
Sir Bradley Wiggins and Team Sky
abused doping rules to secure his
2012 Tour de France win.
You keep looking above my shoulder,
it is only the present vacancy is
the magic of those graphics. This
housing revolution that the Prime
Minister has ordered. Not enough
houses being built and councils
being told to get a move on.
crisis. We have been hearing about
this the years. Driving through
London, NT, dark mansion blocks. It
clarifies to me that image that
there are all these homeless people,
people struggling to find properties
throughout the land and we are told
not enough housing. We need to bring
those two images together. Theresa
May saying take your share of the
responsibility. Contribute to the
Market forces are at work
so what is the live Rich?
difficult to understand what the
Lethbridge years. -- Lethbridge.
Leverage. It says that she is
risking a backlash on Tory voters. A
cynic would suggest that because the
Tories will take a considerable
beating in council elections in May,
there is a chance to put forward
this policy. If we look at the
building programme after the first
and Second World War, centrally
organised plans by government so I
think the government is thinking
about taking some sort of central
role is useful but they are not
doing that, they are not planning
for the whole country.
Look at the
Times, Jamie Oliver, think in a
All we get is we get bombarded with
health TV shows, cookery books
always peppering the top ten in
every bookshelf. Any time Jamie
Oliver brings out a book, they fly
off the shelves are clearly they are
not reaching the people he is
concerned about. He is saying people
on smaller incomes, good food is a
luxury they cannot always afford and
fast to impose these ideas on them,
that good food should be easy to
find, make yourself, is to impose a
really quite patronising and it is
not getting to the root of the
problem of so many people in
deprived areas in particular.
costs money. Yes. Jamie Oliver gets
a lot of abuse, he does not have to
do this. He is a hugely successful
author, television personality but
he has made a crusade to tackle
childhood obesity and I am listening
to the point he is making although
he has made it in quite a blunt way.
The concept of middle-class logic
does not work when you are poor. If
you live in a poorer area of the
country, you are less likely to have
access to cheap, fresh fruit and
vegetables. The shops around you may
sell pieces and oven chips. I think
there are systemic issues here. --
pizzas. But he is always being
attacked. One saying a patronising
upper middle class movement.
not see it as an attack but is
supporting his argument. It is not
willpower that is the problem is
what they are saying.
understand why you read it that way,
just to be nice view. LAUGHTER The
good news it is on the launch of a
report which has been researched and
compiled with the aim of tackling
People apart from
privileged celebrity chefs imposing
shredded kale are really there
damnedest to try and sort out this
I would rather go hungry.
Row over docking of snowbound staff
pay. This is the Scottish edition of
Minister has threatened
employers with the prospect of legal
action if a dog is the wages of
staff after last week 's snow shut
down. The government was very clear
about the dangers of people going
out in snowstorms and the transport
minister was particularly vocal,
telling people they should not be
going out unless their journey is
absolutely necessary. Trade unions
saying hundreds of workers pressured
to travel to work during that
weather. A lot of people in the
country will have an opinion on
this. Bad weather is one thing,
whether so severe that the
government is telling you to stay
home. And the other issue is who
will pay for people not turning up
Billion pounds lost today
in GDP which is about one fifth of
our daily GDP.
All of that is put
into the pockets of plumbers because
so many of my associates have been
complaining about blockages. I
agree, it was quite rightly, for
once, we always fall apart in the
south at the merest hint of a
snowfall but this did affect the
entire country and, specifically,
people in Scotland and Wales were
very harshly affected. It does seem
a bit harsh, I think, for employers
to be docking peoples pay. It was
the classic beyond my control
circumstances. So many excuses are
labelled at employers but the once
people were quite right to stay put.
It seems quite harsh. American pie
will be served. A push to sell
Cornish pasty is in the UK.
Protected status for regional food
to be dropped. -- pasties.
comes as Mr Trump wants to impose
tariffs on steel. Apparently they
want their American pie and eat it
too. This will have implications.
Whether they decide this is
something, I do not care about
expensive cheese, I am quite happy
with my American version...
you want your Cornish pasties to be
I do not know what
that means. I am the wrong person to
ask about this.
I might get it
wrong. I do not want to offend. I do
not want them to gang up on me
I am so sorry.
What would you
like to know? This is part of the
trade-off we need to have fought
Brexit. It may not get past EU food
rules but under a trade deal they
may be able to import that. It
should give a great opportunities
for UK products. It is the whole
argument we had about Lauren 80
chicken. If people want to buy cheap
chlorinated chicken they should be
allowed to. And consumers will
choose but again it brings us back
to the poorest.
Michael Gove to stop
want us to have lower food
That's correct. The
current environment Minister has
said he aspires for higher standards
than the EU. This is part of a high
government. Of how far we divert
from EU rules.
America does ban food
based on hygiene and all sorts of
Cheap American chickens
have more hormones in them and would
have been bred in condition is not
acceptable under EU standards.
the Telegraph, Margot Robbie, who is
nominated for her role as the ice
skater Tonia Harding. A hugely
different atmosphere at the Oscars
because of the Mitu and Time's Up
movement. -- MeToo.
They will also
be wearing a new badge following the
gun shooting in Florida. It is a
politicised award season. Possibly
unprecedented although there have
been Independent protists made in
years receding but this is a grand,
globally also movement and we will
see it all sort of things. --
observed. Jimmy Kibble has said
there is only so much he can say. On
the other hand, they also have to
preserve the myth that has been so
effectively shattered that this is
fairytale land and has the moral
high ground that it still wants to
sell its stories of great justice
and great overcoming and
redemptions, all the things that
make big-screen movies is a powerful
and yet we have had this backlash.
What is going on in the background
is not at all gratifying.
change. Is it? We will see if the
change is permanent and that is my
concern. A lot of noise but no new
guidelines, no one saying these are
the new rules under which Hollywood
would operate. I am not saying that
noise is a bad thing but what
concrete progress will be made is
We have the Alliance of
women, the new draft regulations, we
have not seen concrete
demonstrations but things coming out
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