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Mark Kermode shares

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and the rest of the week's

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Hello and welcome to our look

ahead to what the papers

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will be bringing us tomorrow.

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With me are entertainment

journalist, Caroline Frost,

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and parliamentary

journalist, Tony Grew.

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Carolyn covers more subject of a

new! -- you.

Yes.

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Many of tomorrow's front

pages are already in:

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The Financial Times features

a warning from Donald Trump's most

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senior trade adviser

that there will be no exemptions

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from proposed metal import tariffs.

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The Times also leads on tensions

over proposed charges for selling

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steel to America, focusing

on Theresa May's opposition

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to the President's plan.

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Staying with US trade

on the front of The i -

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the newspaper reports that US

lobbyists are urging the UK to end

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geographic product protection

as part of a future trade deal.

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The Telegraph's main story looks

at the investigation into historic

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abuse claims against Iraq veterans -

its picture features Oscar hopeful

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Margot Robbie, ahead of the 90th

Academy Awards this evening.

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The Metro leads on the Prime

Minister's promise to overhaul

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planning rules to kickstart what it

calls a 'housing revolution'.

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The Express reports that millions

are facing unexpected tax bills

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after not taking advice before

accessing their pension pots -

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it also carries a picture

of Sir Roger Banister,

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who has died at the age of 88.

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And The Guardian carries claims

the government missed an opportunity

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to reduce losses at Carillion -

it also features allegations that

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Sir Bradley Wiggins and Team Sky

abused doping rules to secure his

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2012 Tour de France win.

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You keep looking above my shoulder,

it is only the present vacancy is

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the magic of those graphics. This

housing revolution that the Prime

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Minister has ordered. Not enough

houses being built and councils

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being told to get a move on.

Ongoing

crisis. We have been hearing about

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this the years. Driving through

London, NT, dark mansion blocks. It

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clarifies to me that image that

there are all these homeless people,

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people struggling to find properties

throughout the land and we are told

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not enough housing. We need to bring

those two images together. Theresa

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May saying take your share of the

responsibility. Contribute to the

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solution.

Market forces are at work

so what is the live Rich?

Find it

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difficult to understand what the

Lethbridge years. -- Lethbridge.

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Leverage. It says that she is

risking a backlash on Tory voters. A

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cynic would suggest that because the

Tories will take a considerable

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beating in council elections in May,

there is a chance to put forward

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this policy. If we look at the

building programme after the first

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and Second World War, centrally

organised plans by government so I

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think the government is thinking

about taking some sort of central

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role is useful but they are not

doing that, they are not planning

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for the whole country.

Look at the

Times, Jamie Oliver, think in a

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different gear.

Very interesting.

All we get is we get bombarded with

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health TV shows, cookery books

always peppering the top ten in

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every bookshelf. Any time Jamie

Oliver brings out a book, they fly

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off the shelves are clearly they are

not reaching the people he is

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concerned about. He is saying people

on smaller incomes, good food is a

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luxury they cannot always afford and

fast to impose these ideas on them,

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that good food should be easy to

find, make yourself, is to impose a

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really quite patronising and it is

not getting to the root of the

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problem of so many people in

deprived areas in particular.

Choice

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costs money. Yes. Jamie Oliver gets

a lot of abuse, he does not have to

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do this. He is a hugely successful

author, television personality but

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he has made a crusade to tackle

childhood obesity and I am listening

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to the point he is making although

he has made it in quite a blunt way.

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The concept of middle-class logic

does not work when you are poor. If

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you live in a poorer area of the

country, you are less likely to have

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access to cheap, fresh fruit and

vegetables. The shops around you may

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sell pieces and oven chips. I think

there are systemic issues here. --

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pizzas. But he is always being

attacked. One saying a patronising

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upper middle class movement.

I do

not see it as an attack but is

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supporting his argument. It is not

willpower that is the problem is

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what they are saying.

I can

understand why you read it that way,

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just to be nice view. LAUGHTER The

good news it is on the launch of a

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report which has been researched and

compiled with the aim of tackling

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this problem.

People apart from

privileged celebrity chefs imposing

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shredded kale are really there

damnedest to try and sort out this

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problem.

I would rather go hungry.

Row over docking of snowbound staff

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pay. This is the Scottish edition of

this paper.

Minister has threatened

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employers with the prospect of legal

action if a dog is the wages of

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staff after last week 's snow shut

down. The government was very clear

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about the dangers of people going

out in snowstorms and the transport

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minister was particularly vocal,

telling people they should not be

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going out unless their journey is

absolutely necessary. Trade unions

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saying hundreds of workers pressured

to travel to work during that

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weather. A lot of people in the

country will have an opinion on

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this. Bad weather is one thing,

whether so severe that the

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government is telling you to stay

home. And the other issue is who

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will pay for people not turning up

to work?

Billion pounds lost today

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in GDP which is about one fifth of

our daily GDP.

All of that is put

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into the pockets of plumbers because

so many of my associates have been

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complaining about blockages. I

agree, it was quite rightly, for

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once, we always fall apart in the

south at the merest hint of a

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snowfall but this did affect the

entire country and, specifically,

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people in Scotland and Wales were

very harshly affected. It does seem

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a bit harsh, I think, for employers

to be docking peoples pay. It was

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the classic beyond my control

circumstances. So many excuses are

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labelled at employers but the once

people were quite right to stay put.

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It seems quite harsh. American pie

will be served. A push to sell

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Cornish pasty is in the UK.

Protected status for regional food

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to be dropped. -- pasties.

This

comes as Mr Trump wants to impose

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tariffs on steel. Apparently they

want their American pie and eat it

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too. This will have implications.

Whether they decide this is

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something, I do not care about

expensive cheese, I am quite happy

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with my American version...

But do

you want your Cornish pasties to be

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properly Cornish?

I do not know what

that means. I am the wrong person to

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ask about this.

I might get it

wrong. I do not want to offend. I do

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not want them to gang up on me

again.

I am so sorry.

What would you

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like to know? This is part of the

trade-off we need to have fought

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Brexit. It may not get past EU food

rules but under a trade deal they

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may be able to import that. It

should give a great opportunities

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for UK products. It is the whole

argument we had about Lauren 80

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chicken. If people want to buy cheap

chlorinated chicken they should be

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allowed to. And consumers will

choose but again it brings us back

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to the poorest.

Michael Gove to stop

want us to have lower food

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standards.

That's correct. The

current environment Minister has

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said he aspires for higher standards

than the EU. This is part of a high

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government. Of how far we divert

from EU rules.

America does ban food

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based on hygiene and all sorts of

reasons.

Cheap American chickens

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have more hormones in them and would

have been bred in condition is not

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acceptable under EU standards.

In

the Telegraph, Margot Robbie, who is

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nominated for her role as the ice

skater Tonia Harding. A hugely

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different atmosphere at the Oscars

because of the Mitu and Time's Up

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movement. -- MeToo.

They will also

be wearing a new badge following the

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gun shooting in Florida. It is a

politicised award season. Possibly

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unprecedented although there have

been Independent protists made in

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years receding but this is a grand,

globally also movement and we will

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see it all sort of things. --

observed. Jimmy Kibble has said

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there is only so much he can say. On

the other hand, they also have to

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preserve the myth that has been so

effectively shattered that this is

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fairytale land and has the moral

high ground that it still wants to

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sell its stories of great justice

and great overcoming and

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redemptions, all the things that

make big-screen movies is a powerful

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and yet we have had this backlash.

What is going on in the background

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is not at all gratifying.

Global

change. Is it? We will see if the

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change is permanent and that is my

concern. A lot of noise but no new

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guidelines, no one saying these are

the new rules under which Hollywood

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would operate. I am not saying that

noise is a bad thing but what

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concrete progress will be made is

important.

We have the Alliance of

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women, the new draft regulations, we

have not seen concrete

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demonstrations but things coming out

of it.

That is the paper 's full

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tonight.

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Don't forget you can see the front

pages of the papers online

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on the BBC News website.

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And if you miss the programme any

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We do, we go home and watch

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