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tv   The Papers  BBC News  August 26, 2017 10:30pm-10:46pm BST

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hello, this is bbc news with myself bury... i'll first off, let's look at the headlines, eight people have died in a crash involving a minibus and two lorries and the m1 in milton keynes, two people have been arrested in connection with the incident. three police officers were injured on friday night whilst arresting a man brandishing a four foot sort outside buckingham palace. tropical storm harvey continues inland bringing heavy rain and flooding to parts of taxes. king felipe of spainjoined thousands of people marching through barcelona demonstrating their defiance after the recent attacks in the country. well, hello and welcome to look
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ahead what the papers will bring us tomorrow. with me i've got the editor politics home and rachel will be having a chat. we will start with the mail on sunday which oppose that theresa may intends to crack down on excessive bosses pay. meanwhile the observer leads with the news that labour won the uk to remain in the single market for several years post—brexit. the sunday times says more than 100 academy school chain heads are earning more than the prime minister. the sunday express front page is dedicated to that fatal crash on the m1. which eight people lost their lives in. and the sunday telegraph reports on wea knesses sunday telegraph reports on weaknesses in pa rliament‘s sunday telegraph reports on weaknesses in parliament's security
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exposed by pests. that is a taste of some of the front pages you will be waking up to on sunday morning. they and kevin it is lovely to have you here this evening. sherry start with the observer and labour. yes, in the face of it the seams a move in their brexit stance. labour's position has been confused it is safe to say over the last few months as to where they stood in terms of britain being a member of the single market, the customs union after brexit. a lot of labour mps would like the party to have a much stronger campaigning to stay in the single market. jeremy corbyn up until now has resisted that. kia starman the shadow brexit secretary said that at least during the transition period, so everything up
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the transition period, so everything up to four minutes after brexit, that labour would support maintaining single market membership and customs union membership which is quite significant and will please ala is quite significant and will please a la labour backbenchers who have been quite worried about the party's stands on the situation. bright in that transition time we would have to carry on paying, do we have any more details about busquets what happens during the transition period, paying into the eu budget? yes, i think this move has come about, labour making clear what its position would be is in reaction to the conservatives announcing what the conservatives announcing what the transition period will look like so we the transition period will look like so we had announcement a couple of weeks ago saying that the conservative government would want upon i’ow conservative government would want upon row of the customs union and the single market which is a weird thing to do in a transition period because the transition period is supposed to be a buffer about
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exiting those two things. it is more ofa exiting those two things. it is more of a continuation. more like transition means brexit, it is the conservative saying we're leading these things during the period that we should be transitioning out of these things. it makes no sense which is why we're seeing the labour party adding clarity and a distinction to say, know if there will be a transitional period which then needs to be then these things need to stay, there needs to be some sort of continuity in these things so sort of continuity in these things so that we can accept in a way that does britain less damage. so that we can accept in a way that does britain less damagelj so that we can accept in a way that does britain less damage. i think it is significant because just one month agojeremy corbyn was on the marr show where he was pretty clear that leaving you mean she can't be in the single market and we do, even if there was a transitional period, leave the eu on march the 21st 2019 which indicates he would not support maintaining single market membership
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during the transitional period. i think there has been an internal battle in the labour party with kia stammer wanting to pursue a softer brexit and it looks as though he has come out on top and as i have said judging from the social media reaction since the front page came out about an hour ago it seems to have gone down pretty well with labour mps. ok, the independent, one of our lead story is as hurricane harvey now a tropical storm. but, houston are very worried about this because there is so much of the us economy based around houston and the oil drilling and the waterways around that texas coastline, as well but it seems as if the paper as saying that at least eight people have been killed so far. it's obviously very worried, i had someone on obviously very worried, i had someone on the radio saying that hurricane katrina was the last big
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horror came to hit the united states in 2005 and it is amazing how ill—prepared they are despite all the measures that were supposed to be taking how ill—prepared the united states is for this horror came and clearly, as you say, it is potentially very, very bad for the us economy. staying with the independent, big business lobbyist on praxis talks. no real surprise is it? does it make any worst that not surprised that the businesses are dominating the praxis process as we predicted they would be. this is a report coming from two campaign groups. and they have highlighted how the department for exiting be you as predominantly seen a single investment banks having more meetings of these officials then all
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the big uk trade unions put together which is exactly where everyone has warned about with a conservative excerpt from the yukon that ie it will look to favouring big business. — — a conservative will look to favouring big business. —— a conservative except from the united union. at the expense of everyone else, union should be one of the major groups in that room, of course they should. this will affect so course they should. this will affect so many things to do with workers and employment and employment rights and employment and employment rights and employment and employment rights and employment benefits and protections. the idea that the government would prefer to meet with an investment banker over a trade unionist, i found worrying. wow the paper points out the teu tax forced had met with eu tax lobbyists. that does make 0k. had met with eu tax lobbyists. that does make ok. no it doesn't. the sunday telegraph also go with brussels and brexit. brexit, we have
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to get used to it for at least the next two years it will dominate the debate in this country. there was nothing else the government can do in terms of its domestic agenda. the whole weight of whitehall and the civil service is now just whole weight of whitehall and the civil service is nowjust having to focus on brexit to make the best of it. next week, monday david davis goes to brussels, again for the start of the latest round of brexit talks and we are told that he will be more bullish and go there and tell the eu that they have got to start sharing a bit more flexibility. that will do it! britain has been, and a purpose their kids will love these things, their kids will love these things, the last couple of weeks open publishing all these policy papers to set up their position so he is saying we're doing this work you got
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to metres halfway so it could get a bit feisty this week, i think. open to now the us shown no willingness whatsoever to try and meet any of the uk's demands. and saying that the uk's demands. and saying that the eu has to stop dragging its feet. that's weird because that is what the eu has been saying about the uk, and i've got to the stage where you can hear the pleading in their towns where they are saying, we want some clarity, a bit, anything to show as a bit of paperwork, something we can proceed with. you are right, britain is desperate to move onto trade talks, the future relationship and the eu are saying basically we will not do that until you tell us, comment we reach an agreement on the divorce bill, the irish border, and he uses the rights. three areas where they are miles apart. how they come
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together on matters such as short space of time i do not know how they can do. it is all about salaries into the papers will start off with the mail. rachel, theresa may is on the mail. rachel, theresa may is on the warpath. she think she is she has written a piece in the mail on sunday talking about, the excesses and irresponsibility of big businesses with their culture of greed, of fat cat buses. i would issue men imagine that this is coming after the snap election where it became clear that labour party which talked about addressing the rampant wealth and inequalities in this country proved to be really popular, the kind of policies there are habit patterns about resonated with the public and resulted in an unprecedented and unexpected 4% richer. it seems to me that theresa may is trying to position herself or
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the conservative party is one that is also interested in tackling wealth inequalities kubot the trouble i have is that nobody would believe that of the conservative party that it has been consistently associated with looking after culprits is and elites. has been responsible for some of the public sees have cemented such wealth and inequalities in this country. indeed, everything she said so far such as workers on boardroom skirmishes backed out. to be fair on the first day she became prime ministers she said on the steps of downing street, she talked about reducing... improving quality in the country. a couple of the policy proposals were workers on boards, which has been pitched, another was allowing shareholders to vote on executive pay. ditched. it would appear there are a lot of warm words but no firm proposals. because of
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the puzzle of the action she got anything to and the last tory backbenchers braun and mile from the stuff. now we have fat cat salaries of academy school chiefs. we shocked by this, i was. 440,000 was one. try it is shocking and abhorrent that we should hear about more than 100 of the school chiefs any more than a is, one at 420,000. this is a time when schools, are being cut. they are facing cuts. we hear about school teachers helping feed their pupils who are coming to school hungry. we hear that parents are asked to help donate to the school. sky paper textbooks. it's galling. but at the same time... they are
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looking at the shame of schools. no. at our eldest daughter ‘s school the headteacher has proposed to turn it into an academy, a lot of parents are open arms about it. and one of the things is a multi—academy trust, so one teacher would become a chief executive of all of these schools, you can see why it is attractive because of the salaries. this is all paid for by ours, all public money. and other reason not to put profit in the things that we will i like schools and public services. very quickly, the princes of again honouring their of light. the 20th anniversary which can't believe. and it is difficult time for the two princes. i think they will pay tribute to their mother and the bits
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they probably won't speak about it againi they probably won't speak about it again i would've thought. it must be very difficult. brave of them to do it. rachel kevin will enjoy the best macro way to and kevin will and joiners in about half an hour. coming up we had the film with you. —— coming up we have the film review. hello and welcome to the film review on bbc news. to take us through this week's cinema releases is mark kermode. so mark, what do we have this week? cinema releases is mark kermode. a splendidly mixed bag. cinema releases is mark kermode. we have detroit, which is the new movie by kathryn bigelow. we have logan lucky, which i keep wanting to call lucky logan because it looks
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like the look words should be round that way. and tom cruise is back doing what he does best in american made. i'm glad you've got a logan lucky issue because i have as well. i keep wanting to say lucky logan. detroit, i've seen many rave reviews already. i'm a big fan of kathryn bigelow who won an oscar for the hurt locker and directed zero dark thirty. the film is set in 1967 in the detroit riots, it begins with a broad canvas and the film slowly focuses

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