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freezing so it will be above freezing so it will be rain falling out of the sky here. a damp and dreary day. fog on the high ground which means the driving conditions will not be great. 10 degrees in belfast. through the day some of the sleet and snow will ease away from east anglia and the far south—east. some drier weather in western areas as well, but in between there will be wetter weather continuing on and off throughout the day. it will be milderfor continuing on and off throughout the day. it will be milder for many areas, particularly in the west. it will be cold feeling, just three degrees and norwich. tonight and into monday this damp weather will persist across the central part of the uk. 0n either side of that it will be drier again. the best sunshine will be in east anglia but this is where the lowest temperatures will be. 5—6 degrees. a lot of cloud in the west but it will
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be mild. in the early part of the week we will lose a lot of rain is high pressure builds on. some of the best of the sunshine will remain across east anglia and the south—east but here it will be cold overnight and we could see some sharp frost developing will stop further north and west it will be milder but we will see a lot of cloud in the early part of the week. studio: this is bbc news, in a moment, we will be taking a look through tomorrow morning's papers but first, a reminder of the headlines: first, the government has warned gps in england that they must keep their surgeries open longer, or face a cut in some of theirfunding. ministers say the plan would help relieve pressure on a&e departments, but the british medical association says family doctors are being made scapegoats. a teenager who was stolen as a newborn baby from a florida
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hospital 18 years ago has been found in south carolina. the woman who raised the girl has been charged with kidnapping. mps overseeing the brexit process have called on the government to reveal details of its plans by next month. and england's east coast has been spared widespread flooding after last night's storm surge failed to materialise. thousands of people had been advised to leave their homes, but the high tide didn't breach flood defences. hello and welcome to our look ahead to what the the papers will be bringing us tomorrow. with me are political editor of the sunday mirror and sunday people, nigel nelson, and political commentatorjo phillips.
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we will be going through the newspapers in a moment, but first, the front pages: the observer says cancer patients are feeling the brunt of the nhs crisis with operations being cancelled on a regular basis. the mail on sunday suggests cutting the foreign aid budget to fund the health service. it claims more than three quarters of voters support the idea. theresa may's brexit strategy is the sunday telegraph's focus. it says the pm is prepared to lead britain out of the single market. the "brexit battle plan" is how the sunday express put it, saying may is going to get tough with brussels. and the sunday times carries an image of prince william, who it says will be leaving his position as an air—ambulance helicopter pilot to pursue full—time royal duties. very good evening to the both of you, let us begin, starting with the
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telegraph. "brexit". all the way. we seem telegraph. "brexit". all the way. we seem to have new "brexit", we have had soft and hard but now the telegraph is talking about a clean "brexit". what is the difference? good question, it looks very hard to me, according to the telegraph, but when theresa may makes her big speech on tuesday where she is meant to outline her position at last, what she will say is that we cannot stay in the single market necessarily, that we will not stay in the customs union, which means the free movement of goods, the reason being, that would interfere with our chances of doing trade deals elsewhere in the world. obviously single market is a problem because she has a firm line on immigration, freedom of movement is, she cannot compromise on that. seems to access that those two things,
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that side of the trade deal will be done. ina that side of the trade deal will be done. in a sense, you feel she was always going to get here because when you think about it, she did not have much to negotiate with. this idea of keeping her negotiating hand quiet, did not make sense. the paper describes it as going for the full works. it is going to be some reassurance to the hardliners, and in fact reassurance to the hardliners, and infacta reassurance to the hardliners, and in fact a lot of this material has come from an article written by david davis, secretary of state for "brexit", and so it is probably an indication that he and his colleague liam fox are weaned the debate, and i think the growing... she has been there six months, what is going to happen, it is hitting home, that she will come out with something. what will come out with something. what will happen to the economy on tuesday when she makes this... this is the briefing from downing street, and as we say, an article by david
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davis, but the reality, when she delivers, as nigel and i both know, you can be given a draft of a speech and it is different when it is delivered. what will it do to the economy and what did it mean for the people who are not so keen, who want for us to still be part of the single market, because this is... there is no other way to say it, this is hard. delivering on what she promised the people. that is how the newspapers are saying it, that is how they voted, she is going to try. people worried about single market and customs union, when they voted for "brexit" they expected a hard brexit. turning to the observer, we have two stories, but we start with, well we are carrying on with " b rex it" well we are carrying on with "brexit" but there is a poll on the conservatives "brexit" steel, voters backing the tories to deliver the best "brexit" backing the tories to deliver the best " brexit" by backing the tories to deliver the best "brexit" by 3—1. backing the tories to deliver the best "brexit" by 3-1. 3/1 against labour, things are not that
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impressive, 30% of people said they most trusted the conservatives to deliver a successful brexit compared withjust13% deliver a successful brexit compared withjust 13% for deliver a successful brexit compared with just 13% for labour. i'm surprised it is not higher about the fa ct surprised it is not higher about the fact that they thought the tories would do a betterjob because all the polls, no matter what you ask them, if you ask them who is more competent, theresa may always comes out top. jeremy corbyn is not doing well in polls, anyway. with all the confusion we have seen from the labour party, we can understand why they would not really want him handling the negotiations. there was a poll earlier, this was a comrade ‘s poll, which also picked out that people trusted the conservatives to handle the nhs. overjeremy corbyn and labour. —— comres poll. handle the nhs. overjeremy corbyn and labour. -- comres poll. jeremy corbyn is the architects of his own
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confusion, comes out with something in the morning, changes it by lunchtime, by tea—time, it has gone around the houses. this is a man, we don't even know what he stands for, we do not know what the policies are, we are in very difficult times, domestic, at home, with the health service, and on the foreign state. it is not surprisingly the conservatives are doing well. very quickly, the health service, this is the lead story all day... and it is yet another story about the emotional side of this, health service in crisis, cancer ops cancelled, what we do not have is any detail about the number of operations being cancelled all the reason why stop the inference is that it reason why stop the inference is thatitis reason why stop the inference is that it is because of a shortage of beds. very emotive, cancer. the whole health service is emotive, thatis whole health service is emotive, that is part of the problem, as we
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have seen in the spat between the government and the gps, what somebody needs to do is take a hard cold look at it and do some number crunching and go to an accident and emergency and go around and find out why are you here, did you come because you could not get a gp ‘s appointment, did you come here because you are not registered, did you know you could go to the pharmacist? did you come here because you think even though there is nothing that can be done for the cold, you think that you willjump the queue? until you get that sort of information, you cannot target the messages to say to those people, stay away, amd is not the place to be. very basic questionnaire, is it being carried out? -- a&e. this is a very daily mailfront being carried out? -- a&e. this is a very daily mail front page. any
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thing to have a go at foreign aid, they have asked a question, would you prefer your 13 billion crowns which goes abroad to stay at home and find the nhs and surprise surprise, when you ask a question like that, eight out of ten voters say, that is what they would like to happen. is part of the daily mail agenda that they had been running a campaign against overseas aid, i think it is a bit sad, it may well be that we need to make sure that foreign aid is going to the right places but the idea that we take it away from foreign aid and stick it into the health service is not tenable. the health service needs more money, bigger budget, you might decide you want to drop any play submarine to do that. there is a host of ways to do that. moving on, very quickly, to the sunday times, because we need to cover mr trump... january 20... he would like a
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summit... similarto reagan. january 20... he would like a summit... similar to reagan. same place, reykjavik, in iceland, the... his aides, nears diplomats and his tea m his aides, nears diplomats and his team are planning to have this to repeat what ronald reagan did with mikhail goebel chuff, a0 years ago, and have a meeting with blood and feuding, outside, america and russia. —— mikhail gorbachev. it is a thawing of the relationship, but there are concerns among diplomats that it would further isolate britain if america gets closer to russia, and america is seen to basically sanction what blood amid putin has done in the ukraine and the crimea. what do you think are the crimea. what do you think are the benefits of being a friend of vladimir putin? -- sanction what vladimir putin? -- sanction what vladimir putin? -- sanction what vladimir putin has done in the ukraine. laughter we do not phone each other that
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often(!) the idea of trump getting along with vladimir putin cannot be along with vladimir putin cannot be a bad thing, it depends what he gives away, vladimir putin is very shrewd, as we can see, it is quite clear that if trump goes to a summit and is hoping for a nuclear deal, a wonderful nuclear deal, there has got to be won over ukraine, syria... it is what vladimir putin once at the end of it all which is the tricky bit. is he likely to stick to it, like donald trump, vladimir putin is someone that you cannot second guess. he has played a blinder recently. quite clear, what donald trump has said about nato would be very convenient for vladimir putin. vladimir putin is probably smarter strategically than donald trump. and probably has more to gain because what he really wants is us sanctions to be lifted, that
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was the whole thing with the dossier and everything that has been going on... he has been around playing politics longer than donald trump as, we will see what happens. will stick with the sunday times, and prince william. handing in his notice. he is going to stop being a helicopter pilot, he will become a full—time royal. helicopter pilot, he will become a full-time royal. what does that include? who knows, we will have to look in... the court circular! laughter shaking people's hands, and awful lot of that. he has come under criticism recently over last couple of years for not really pulling his weight. the queen is 90, still working hard, she has been laid low with a cold like so many people over the christmas period. princess and is in her 60s, william's father is in his 605. it is in her 605, william's father is in his 605. it is about the royals, the younger royals, taking it on, he
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will be king one day. it is king training. hi5 will be king one day. it is king training. his brother is already out of the army, full—time royal a5 well. moved to london, take on the job. you have to feel for the young royals, they have tried military life, harry was devastated when he had to come out. but they cannot haveit had to come out. but they cannot have it all. nigel, jo, thank you very much. you will be back again. we will be back very soon! that is it for the newspapers for the moment, join us at 11:30pm. coming up moment, join us at 11:30pm. coming up next, reporters.
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