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tv   The Papers  BBC News  January 14, 2020 10:45pm-11:01pm GMT

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it was interesting in that boris johnson interview this morning was suggesting that president trump needs to come up with an alternative to that deal with iran if he doesn't wa nt to to that deal with iran if he doesn't want to be part of it, may come with a new deal with the wrong. yet seen them try to lower the temperature and we were caught off guard that borisjohnson, and we were caught off guard that boris johnson, they've and we were caught off guard that borisjohnson, they've been trying to rope back since then saying that yeah, the e3 are getting closer to ditching this deal. but they say it is that the stage where they think all is lost but an incredibly precarious time for the world of the moment. we are going through this huge disruption i have to wonder because we have not had a consistent a nswer because we have not had a consistent answer the us on what happened and why they did it. were the implications... and it looks like no 1's implications... and it looks like no i's going to lien anyway. implications... and it looks like no 1's going to lien anyway.” implications... and it looks like no 1's going to lien anyway. i think there are a lot of sighs of relief
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towards the end of last week and a very short i think in terms of which, looks incredibly volatile and the us, donald trump pulling the us side of the iranian deal was sort of, i think a lot of people saw that is the beginning of the end and the ramping up in nuclear activity by iran since last may and since that happened, this latest kind of position, dispute mechanism by that london has happened because of two things, first of all, tehran have threatened to take out the uk ambassador and secondly, iran has said that it's going to end limits oi'i said that it's going to end limits on the southern fuses used that's very much in line with what we're seeing from iran, ramping up nuclear activity and i think there are real existential questions facing the steel once america pulled out, was
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its future and while boris johnson says that trump should strike a new deal, it doesn't feel like donald trump's priority at the moment. and this is only the latest symbol of that. and the british royal family, we can go on to the sun with the question of megxit. smiling as she ta kes question of megxit. smiling as she takes the seaplane somewhere in canada and somewhere in british columbia. the story the story continues to rumble one. the challenge for them... continues to rumble one. the challenge for them. .. is a going to bea challenge for them. .. is a going to be a clean break or are they going to be happening how about?” be a clean break or are they going to be happening how about? i think they want to have their cake and eat it. they say they are private citizens, interesting move of contrast, you'll slumber differential, not more hostile is
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the uk press and be welcomed open arms. meghan markle has an conflict there, one of the lead actress in suits, they would feel at home there, they are staying in a beautiful part of the world, probably be left alone. but to some extent, fizzing a bit of an existential crisis. the whole prince andrew route and i have this, it reminds me of when prince charles and diana broke up in 1990 in searching for relevance, i think releva nce, searching for relevance, i think relevance, but now and that required careful when they go from here. relevance, but now and that required careful when they go from herem ita careful when they go from herem it a crisis or opportunity for slimmed down monarchy? there are other european monarchies that are much smaller. i would like to see a slimmed down monarchy if you have a monarchy at all, it's rather an anachronism in a modern society to have the chosen by birthright. but a slimmed down monarchy would be a step in the right direction and a
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think outside of the direct line of succession, why do we need all these royals were subsidized by their british taxpayers to cut ribbons was why they do a lot of work, they work oi'i why they do a lot of work, they work ona why they do a lot of work, they work on a lot of charities it is not to mitigate some of the work, but i hope that the two of them, and their treatment by the press while she was pregnant since then has been quite vitriolic. not the whole press but some sections of the breasts, but you can see why there's so —— press. i feel it is not that well thought through at the moment, but you have to bea through at the moment, but you have to be a working royal or take a step back and give up your titles, they have huge amount of wealth between them and really don't need... enough
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to keep them going. you do not need prince charles from his cornwall funding, this fallout is where prince charles is as want to take the monarchy to a slimmed down monarchy, i feel this could be a step on the way there and it could bea step on the way there and it could be a good thing. we will see how that unfolds. britain fell to alert the eu of 75,000 criminals. charles, tells a bit more about that. save the prince failed to pass the of 75 thousands foreign criminals to the foreign eu countries and they're saying that this is contributing to the disconnect with the rest of the eu and key issues of some to an all—time low. so we do not have all the details, calling for a full investigation. and attempted to
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cover up? there is evidence and papers of the guardian is saying that it was a cover—up of the home 0ffice realised its error and it failed to informed them of their citizens getting convicted of crimes in the uk. some dangerous criminals because it was rated by the fallout and word that will look embarrassing but actually, not owning up to it and the strata come up like this on the front page of the guardian is more embarrassing still. as charles and said, two weeks until brexit and there are so many areas where we will be relying on european goodwill to strike agreements in important areas like security for example and you just really don't want to see this, people from brussels are saying this went out to be some sort of inquiry into this. it is really not an ideal story to break two weeks before brexit, are going to have to strike agreements and all of these things. we have ended now,
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calling for an immediate ban on trophy hunting. that is the campaign. yes, the whole idea of treasure hunting, the environment will be taking centre stage and people are a lot more socially aware of this new think it is totally socially unacceptable in the array of top stars coming out and supporting their campaign. it certainly struck me to see what the government does is what they do about the environment and climate change and this issue about recycling. you're seeing that the younger generation come forward and bea younger generation come forward and be a lot more environmentally conscious. you wonder why people who do this then post pictures? yes, and this day and age, what good is that? there is a reason why it is called trophy hunting but it is hideously
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cruel, i think. trophy hunting but it is hideously cruel, ithink. some trophy hunting but it is hideously cruel, i think. some of these animals are incredibly endangered so, it is good to see the end of it. and there is a link with that story and history of the metro. interesting. , the metro, i have to confess, i have seen the opening of the new series. love island, winter edition. this is about all the williams. he has quit love island three days and because he is actually still in love with his ex—girlfriend so would be a bit weird, just be doing it for the money, when he if he is beginning to make pretending to fall in love. so thatis make pretending to fall in love. so that is the reason he is learning unchanged outboard, it is transpired that he had been doing an instagram account that someone tracked down where he posted all of these
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pictures with dead animals that he has killed as part of trophy hunting. a picture of him with an antelope. who cares? of all of the headlines, the metro, they really are going to the depths. who cares about the story? trophy hunting, but who cares about this guy, no one knows who he is. someone knows who he is. i have to say there is more pressing and important issues to be splashing on. we have only seen two episodes, so no one really knows who this guy is. it clearly, they think it's a big story and perhaps, they wanted to highlight the issue of trophy hunting and. they wanted to highlight. those are the put his
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boxer shorts on that's it for the papers this hour. sonia sodha and giles kenningham will be back at half past eleven for another look at the papers, and don't forget you can see the front pages of the papers online on the bbc news website. it's all there for you — 7 days a week at bbc.co.uk/papers — and if you miss the programme any evening you can watch it later on bbc iplayer. thank you sonia sodha and giles kenningham. goodbye. good evening to you. very windy day across the uk and notjust across and northern ireland but also wales we saw winds of 60 to 70 mph and parts of wales and across southern england, through tonight it looks like the strongest winds and heaviest rain will be in the
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southeast corner of the country with temperatures of clear skies for north and stays very windy with lots of showers and snow on hills. wednesday looks a bit of the in between sort of day with low pressure to the north of the country and will have some sunshine in between but another blustery day on the cards and windy for scotland and it will start with the overnight front and eventually it will do and there be lots of sunshine with a few showers pushing to the west and most of the show is affecting more than parts of northern ireland and into the west on the hills. temperatures around nine or 10 degrees will feel around nine or 10 degrees will feel a little bit cooler and will have to compensate. low pressure of the atla ntic compensate. low pressure of the atlantic with most of those isobars sta rts atlantic with most of those isobars starts to make towards the west of the uk, around the iris seacoast in
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the uk, around the iris seacoast in the wells, western england in western scotland with some heavy rain too. the wind gusts but 5060 mph, and across the west for all and variable cloud and wanted to showers. single figure values across scotla nd showers. single figure values across scotland and northern ireland. when windy weather towards the east of the country through thursday night into friday with a fence around and not quite as windy so it's a bit of the messy day with sunshine and showers and have across england and wales over the high ground and some sunshine for scotland and northern ireland and more them of is seen in the past two days but towards the northwest it will turn colder not just across the north but even in the south eight or 9 degrees. the blue colours invade across the uk into the weekend and you have a
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north northwesterly wind but this is an area of high pressure and some u nsu btle an area of high pressure and some unsubtle things down in the weekend, it will be turning drier but part of and later winds but it will be notably quarter with a return to overnight frost as well. that is your latest weather, good night.
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this is bbc news. the headlines at 11:00 — the governement has agreed a rescue deal for flybe, one of the biggest regional airlines in europe, in order to keep the company operating. ministers say they'll review air passenger duty, and the news was welcomed by staff. absolutely ecstatic, yeah, i am really ha p py absolutely ecstatic, yeah, i am really happy for myself. my partner works there so really good news. the death of this teenage girl 17 years ago, features in a devastating review of child sex abuse in greater manchester. the report says many children were failed by the authorities, and many still are. i want to say that i am disgusted
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