tv The Papers BBC News October 29, 2017 9:30am-10:00am GMT
supporters of a united spain are expected to gather in barcelona amid rising tension over catalonia's declaration of independence. heathrow airport says it's investigating how details of its security procedures were found lying in the street. parents will no longer be able to use a legal loophole to avoid paying child maintenance, under new laws to be brought in within months. coming up in a few minutes, our sunday morning edition of the papers, reviewers arejosie delap of the economist and james rampton, from the independent. before the papers, sport and for a full round up, from the bbc sport centre. here's holly hamilton. still unbeaten after 20 professional
fight, anthonyjoshua waking up still the world heavyweight champion after retaining both belts in cardiff last night. he endured a frustrating evening before eventually stopping carlos takam in ten rounds. more from our sporsts correspondent david 0rnstein. voiceover: the career is still young, only 20 fights in, yet already, the entrance, the aura of a king, by round two, a king with a cut, the damage done by carlos takam's head, nobody said judy liz was pretty. in round four, joshua's power began to prevail, soon, it was the opponents nursing the winds, carlos takam had only 12 days to prepare for the contest, he was nothing if not durable, courageous, awkward for the champion, however,
eventually the big shots came out and the referee stepped in, debatable call, carlos takam thought he could go on, many in attendance, too, the celebrations were muted. 100% record intact, another important step on the path to big gold. joshua had done what he needed to do. without winning, people will not wa nt to do. without winning, people will not want to watch. so that is what i said, and that is why i said to you, the most important thing about tonight was, making making sure that we won. that we did not make mistakes. when i started getting a bit to cocky and confident, the corner do theirjob to tell me to focus. at the end of the day, whether there is five people or 5 million people watching, ijust have to focus on winning. with the curtain coming down on anthonyjoshua's year, he can look forward to what could prove a career defining 2018, with the aim of becoming the first man to hold all four heavyweight
belts at the same time and turning a good fighter into potentially one of the all—time greats. before that, ireland's katie taylor won herfirst before that, ireland's katie taylor won her first world title as a professional after defeating argentina's anahi sanchez on points. actor colin farrell was in the crowd to watch the five—time world amateur champion win with a score of 99-to-90 champion win with a score of 99—to—90 on all of the judges‘ score cards to take the wba lightweight world title. there‘s been an important victory for england‘s women in the third 0ne day international of their ashes series, in what was a must—win match for the team. as australia chased a revised total because of rain. they hit a boundary to finish but fell 20 runs short of their total. and with australia only needing eight points in the series to retain the ashes, this win keeps england‘s hopes alive. heading into the test match, and t20 matches to come. england under—17s are world cup winners for the first
time after beating spain in the final in india. and not the first time we‘ve said that abbout england of late. the ui7‘s fought back from 2 goals down, to win 5—2, which means england are double world cup winners this year, after success for the under 20s in june as well. it was a good day for both manchester at the top of the premier league yesterday, manchester city remain top after the win at west brom, united left it late to beat totte n ha m brom, united left it late to beat tottenham hotspur. after a goalless d raw after a goalless draw and a defeat, jose mourinho will be hoping that a 1-0 jose mourinho will be hoping that a 1—0 victory over tottenham jose mourinho will be hoping that a 1—0 victory oi late )ttenham jose mourinho will be hoping that a 1—0 victory oi late goal ham jose mourinho will be hoping that a 1—0 victory oi late goal from second anthony martial inflicted the second defeat of the season on spurs, ringing them back down to earth after thrashing liverpool last week and keeping united in touch with neighbours manchester city. her body other‘s site remain four clear at
the top of the table, after securing their eighth successive win by beating west brom, 3—2. eden hazard kept chelsea in the top four, making his boss antonio conte a little more co mforta ble, his boss antonio conte a little more comfortable, with the only goal against bournemouth. jurgen klopp described last week‘s defeat by totte n ha m described last week‘s defeat by tottenham as the worst of the season, but beating his best friend, david wagner‘s huddersfield side 3—0 is making it feel like christmas at anfield, and a big relief. no such i°y anfield, and a big relief. no such joy at selhurst park for west ham united, slaven bilic‘s side were on course for just their third win united, slaven bilic‘s side were on course forjust their third win of the season, until wilfried zaha snatched a point in the 96th minute. despite the heroics, roy hodgson‘s side remain rooted to the bottom of the table. there was a draw for scottish champions celtic with kilmarnock yesterday. but it means they‘ve equalled their own record of going 62 domestic games without being
beaten. it allowed second—placed aberdeen, who lost to celtic in midweek, to reduce the gap between the two clubs to one point as they beat ross county. and two goals from kenny miller, brought back into the team by caretaker boss graeme murty, helped rangers win 3—1 at hearts, they go third in the table. in case you had not noticed, big day ahead for lewis hamilton! he could wina ahead for lewis hamilton! he could win a fourth world championship later. rival sebastian vettel kept his slim hopes alive by taking pole position for the mexican grand prix, and hamilton third. but he only needs to finish 50 win it. sebastian vettel ahead of the red bull of max verstappen, but fifth or higher, a fourth world title will be his, no matter what the german does. we are still in the run for the win. we will see what happens with max but at the moment, i get to have a
battle with at least one of them. in the rugby league world cup scotla nd in the rugby league world cup scotland have lost their opening match against tonga. and just like england and wales before them it was a heavy defeat. the scots trailed 38-0 to a heavy defeat. the scots trailed 38—0 to their opponents at half time but did manage to at least get on the score board with this try from danny addy. but the match ended 50—4 to tonga at full time. better news for the irish though — they beat italy 36—12 in their opener. in the premiership, wasps beat northampton 38—22 at franklin gardens to claim their third league win of the season. wasps delivered an impressive performance to end saints unbeaten record at home this season, withjuan dejongh securing the bonus point score five minutes from time. elsewhere, saracens beat london irish to go top of the premiership, whilst harlequins claimed a bonus—point win over worcester. in the pro 11! there were wins for leinster, scarlets and edinburgh. in the pro 14, scarlets convincingly beat cardiff blues to stay top of their conference. this try securing a bonus point for the reigning champions. edinburgh beat italian side benetton and ulster lost to irish rivals leinster.
former world number one venus williams and caroline wozniacki will battle it out for the wta title in singapore later. williams became the oldest woman to qualify for the end of season final when she beat caroline garcia in three sets yesterday. it‘ll be her first final since 2009. she‘ll take on world number 6 caroline wozniacki who beat karolina pliskova 7—6, 6,3. the final takes place injust under two hours‘ time. local favourite elvyn evans is closing in on victory at the wales rally of great britain. he‘s hoping to be the first british winner since richard burns 17 years ago. he was 25 seconds clear of the field on saturday morning, and blasted through the welsh forests in his ford fiesta to extend that. with five stages to go, he‘s 53 seconds ahead of world championship leader sebastian 0gier. that‘s all the sport for now. we will have more in the next hour.
now on bbc news, it is time for the papers. good morning, welcome to the look at the sunday newspapers. with me are josie delap of the economist, and the journalist james rampton. the front pages, starting with mail on sunday, leading with new allegations of sexism at westminster. the sunday times claims some prisoners sentenced to less than a year in jail could be allowed to go home in order to vote, under new government plans. the sunday telegraph says that chaotic organisation of the health service is putting patients‘ lives at risk, according to the nhs medical director 0n the front page of the observer, claims that senior tory donors have urged theresa may to walk away from brexit talks rather than accept an "u nsatisfa ctory rather than accept an "unsatisfactory and unfavourable"
deal. and the express leads with the crisis in catalonia, as madrid seizes power over the regional parliament. a look at the front pages, let‘s start off then, we have the sunday mirror, they have a news story, terror threat as heathrow security files found in the street, we have been reporting that this morning as well. lots of secret plans that were found on a usb memory stick. quite an odd story, unemployed man found a usb stick in the street, and a few days later took it to a public library, just to see what was on it, turns out to be incredibly detailed plans of heathrow security measures on how the queen gets through heathrow safely, her roots, enormous amount of data, that was not
protected by passwords or encrypted. and which people are, understandably, quite concerned is now in the public domain. it is easy to lose a memory stick, not defending it! laughter . compared to a briefcase full of papers. yes, but why on earth was this person taking it out of heathrow, but alone putting it on an unencrypted stick, and the analysis from the security editor, he is saying, islamic state has been talking about a spectacular to match 9/11, if it got hold of this information, that could be very helpful to them. also, states such as north korea have been trying to bring down infrastructure for years, likewise, if they got hold of this, that could be incredibly useful to them. it is more than careless, it is shocking that this has happened. 76 folders, things like the passwords that covert police office rs passwords that covert police officers use at heathrow. anyone could impersonate them and get into
the inner sanctum, perhaps where the queen is. it is shocking. let's go on sunday. minister sends his pa to buy sex toys. tell us about this. good luck! laughter well, he is accused of asking someone well, he is accused of asking someone to buy a couple of sex toys, while standing outside a shop, one which he said was for his wife and one was for some the else in his constituency, and also calling her "sugar tips" in front of a number of witnesses. he has said that this was not sexual harassment, it was a reference to a television programme and this was highjinks. good—humoured hijinks. and this was highjinks. good-humoured hijinks. his response highlights the discrepancy we are seeing in what men and women
consider sexual harassment to be. men may dismiss these comments, some men may, but it is a man in a position of power, when you are conscious of the influence they have over your career, over your personal safety, then, to a woman on the receiving end, that can feel very different. these are the ripples coming out from a harvey weinstein affair, that are going through all sorts of different industries, not just hollywood. and a lot of analogies between politics and hollywood, very male dominated industry, people in positions of great power and patron edge, a kind of industry where relationships matter a lot, where it is not very clear necessarily how you progress, so you are concerned about reporting this kind of behaviour. so you are concerned about reporting this kind of behaviourlj so you are concerned about reporting this kind of behaviour. i would be the last person to say i am grateful to harvey weinstein, but it does seem to embolden people quite rightly to call sleazy men if they
do something they think is beyond the pale. and we have had this in the pale. and we have had this in the modelling industry, in theatre, in politics, it is all coming out, i think that is great. if harvey weinstein has done one thing for us, it is to legitimise and get people to take seriously and not laughed off, his phrase that it was good—humoured hijinks, that has a ring of when donald trump said, it was locker room chat. you can say these things, and the figleaf of epic banks... you know, locker room these things, and the figleaf of epic banks. to )u know, locker room these things, and the figleaf of epic banks. to get now, locker room these things, and the figleaf of epic banks. to get you, locker room these things, and the figleaf of epic banks. to get you off cker room these things, and the figleaf of epic banks. to get you off the room these things, and the figleaf of epic banks. to get you off the hook, chat, seems to get you off the hook, but i —— chat, seems to get you off the hook, buti —— "epic but i don't think so. —— "epic ba ntz". but i don't think so. —— "epic bantz". different individual, stephen crabb, former cabinet minister, who, according to the sunday telegraph, sent a young woman sexually explicit messages after rejecting her application for a junior rasolea in his parliamentary
office. stephen crabb has said that he had been foolish, that there had been no sexual contact, any sexual chatter like this is totally wrong, iam chatter like this is totally wrong, i am sorry for my actions. he is reported as saying. all of this, same themes. one of the interesting things, talking about people being more willing to report this, these are not the first time that these accusations have been made about stephen crabb, when he was running for the leadership there was accusations. a lot of the discussion was about the impact on his leadership bid and his political career, now there seems to be a much greater sense of taking seriously the impact this has on the people who are on the receiving end of this seeing it in a harassment, we are seeing it in a different context. and a woman who is close to the woman who has allegedly been on the receiving end of these messages accuses stephen crabb of abusing his position, that
may well be a theme that runs through all the stories the fact that it through all the stories the fact thatitis through all the stories the fact that it is so often men who hold power, over the women, that it is so often men who hold power, overthe women, it that it is so often men who hold power, over the women, it is all about power and rape and all sorts of sexual assaults are about dominating the other person and i really think that it is important that women have the boldness and know that they will have the support of people, this campaign we have seen, #metoo, the fantastic things rose mcgowan has been saying, in order to say, if you have been abused in that way, you should say it, and consequences should be suffered. this affects the bbc, something similar, top bbc women expose sex pests, this says, the sunday times says a secret route of —— secret group of top presenters exposing cases of sexual harassment. this relates to the westminster discussion of their being whether it
is whats app routes, ways of women communicating about people by whom they feel threatened, trying to spread information on each other, which is a really important thing to do. —— groups. and hopefully will lead to more information coming to light. women being empowered through new technology, social media... you mentioned the campaign, #metoo, we can hope these revelations will change behaviour but what is definitely clear is that social media, the attention is issue is getting, it is creating a sense in which people feel more able to report and discuss these things without fear that they will be the ones being shamed and blamed. that front page which features the bbc presenter, michelle hussain, she has issued a statement saying, she has been rather misrepresented in this. she says, the sunday times used my name and image in any story, it is
an inaccurate portrayal of conversations that women at the bbc have been having since the pay gaps we re have been having since the pay gaps were identified, we are a forum for female college to come together which many of us wish had existed earlier on in our careers but it is wrong to portray it as being focused on sexual harassment or targeting individuals. so she says that she has been misrepresented. and i think it is interesting she mentions these groups, perhaps on whats app, where they are, that you cannot read those messages, they are safe from person to person, so you can speak your mind very freely. i grew up, you are too young, when apartheid was still in south africa, and i thought, in 50 years' time, people will look back and say, how did this happen. i think in 50 years' time, when women rightly have more positions of power they will say, how did society tolerate a massive gender pay gap,
how did they tolerate the fact that women of the news, as sexed objects, and it was ok. —— as —— how did they tolerate the fact that women were often used as sex objects. like looking back and thinking about how women did not have the vote at one time. exactly. the sunday times have a story about prisoners being granted the right to vote, always controversial, the idea that prisoners could vote. particularly controversial in britain because there was a ruling that a blanket ban was wrong, now it is being said that the justice secretary is considering giving those who could have been sentenced to less than eight the vote, which i think is a great idea. i'm equally encouraged,
i read that the idea once made david cameron physically ill, sol i read that the idea once made david cameron physically ill, so i know that i'm right about this! if you wa nt that i'm right about this! if you want to rehabilitate prisoners, which is one the points of prison, if you give them a sense of social responsibility and engagement with society, they are far less likely to offend, recidivism is at 60%, massive problem and we need to get prisoners through education and workshops and schemes like this to re—engage with society so they will not reoffend. the observer, crisis in catalonia, very dramatic, the last few days, demonstrations this morning, pro—unity demonstrations, actually, in barcelona today, what do you make of it all? terrible crisis for spain, we have madrid reimposing direct rule on catalonia, new elections in december, which was probably a good idea, although it is not clear that prounion parties will
win in those elections, so it is not clear that having the elections will solve anything for madrid. this continues to be a real mess in terms of how the spanish government is dealing with it, when you have this secessionist movement, you can try to crush it, you can bow to it or you can find a way to seriously negotiate. and... the fear is violence, sooner or later. everything in this world is about image, the optics, the image of a hardline image, the optics, the image of a ha rdline back—ups autocratic image, the optics, the image of a hardline back—ups autocratic seeming government, in madrid, imposing rule, through use of the police agency hated under franco is very unfortunate, this is a country that within my lifetime suffered one of the worst dictatorships in europe, he died in... 1975... to be doing
similar things, even if you have the law on your side, seems tone deaf to me, and nothing mariano rajoy is really taking risks by this court. while we are talking about the allegations against international trade minister, mark garnier, actually, the cabinet office is to investigate whether - garnier investigate whether mark garnier rogue the ministerial code after admitting asking his secretary to buy sex toys. that is according to health secretaryjeremy hunt. buy sex toys. that is according to health secretary jeremy hunt.|j wonder which part of the ministerial code that is in, i would love to read that particular clause! laughter. quick word about brexit, never far from the front pages. which brexit of which you speak? laughter tory donors warning the prime minister to get ready for a no deal brexit. telling theresa may that, you know, if we get a really bad deal, no deal is to and she should
make this very clear. comes as ministers are saying that they have not fully read the economic briefings on the impact of a no deal outcome, what it would entail for britain, yet another stage in this very poorly run negotiation. britain, yet another stage in this very poorly run negotiationlj britain, yet another stage in this very po invoke negotiation. i dog britain, yet another stage in this very po invoke the jotiation. i dog britain, yet another stage in this very po invoke the spirit on. i dog britain, yet another stage in this very po invoke the spirit of i dog britain, yet another stage in this very po invoke the spirit of noel. want to invoke the spirit of noel edmonds, god forbid, but there is a sense... ifeel edmonds, god forbid, but there is a sense... i feel the anger on the side of the hard brexit is is completely unjustified, saying, they are not treating us fairly, one of the donors is saying, with the eu kick us further in the teeth when we are down... we started it! it is like starting a fight and then complaining that the opposition is winning, you cannot complain if you have called for brexit, the eu must fight its corner and must punish us speaking of winning, the under 17 sylla. . . we speaking of winning, the under 17 sylla. .. we have speaking of winning, the under 17 sylla... we have won the world cup!
who would have thought it. —— the under 17s. coming who would have thought it. —— the under17s. coming back from who would have thought it. —— the under 17s. coming back from 2-0 down to win the world cup, also coming after the under 20s won the world cup, clearly, youthful english footballers... if i were gareth southgate, which thank the lord i'm not, i would send this team straight to russia, they have the winning habit, they beat spain, of all people, one of the greatest football nations on earth, coming back from 2-0 nations on earth, coming back from 2—0 down, they have optimism, confidence, vigour, fitness, everything on their side that are lacking in the main team. and they have already won the world cup, so they are used to it. send this lot and we will win russia! in five, seven, ten years‘ time, maybe they will have the same problems of fear on the global stage when they play ata on the global stage when they play at a world cup, senior level. on the global stage when they play at a world cup, senior levellj
don‘t know, if you start this young, thrust into this high pressure, high intense world of sport more from a very early age, how long can you sustain that, how long can you continue playing at this level...? you can, pele started very young, first world cup, 17. the danger is, the tabloid pressure, every time there is a terrible song released saying how we will win the world cup... they say, they are all nodding out of time in the studio... there is a tidal wave of hype and fifth end in bitter disappointment. i‘m afraid we are ending, but not in bitter disappointment! i hope. that is it from the newspapers. we will be taking a look at tomorrow‘s front pages every evening at10:1l0pm, here on bbc news. for many of us, colder feel out
there, particularly in comparison to yesterday, some subtle differences, cold hour arrives through scotland, beautiful sunrise this morning, and temperatures around 5 degrees, it is going to feel quite chilly. look at the difference further south, first thing in the morning, cloud and drizzle across the london area. in fa ct, drizzle across the london area. in fact, a weak weather front stretching through wales and the midlands into the south—east yet to tea raway midlands into the south—east yet to tearaway south and west. it will do so slowly but surely, perhaps not really leaving the extreme south—west and behind it, introducing cooler air from the north, because of the change of the wind direction. that will be the story for the rest of the afternoon, it will feel quite cold on exposed coasts, scattering of showers running in from the north sea. further south, week whether front, band of well broken cloud, but the cold airand band of well broken cloud, but the cold air and not arriving into the extreme south—west. temperatures
peaking around 14, 15 degrees elsewhere, top temperature of around five to 9 degrees in the far north. feeling cold, particularly on exposed coasts. as we go through the overnight story, high—pressure stays with us, wind will fall, allowing temperatures to fall away quite sharply through the night, and we will see a frost in the morning. first widespread frost likely across the country as temperatures in rural areas just the country as temperatures in rural areasjust dipped the country as temperatures in rural areas just dipped low enough to go below freezing, and a touch of light frost. hopefully a beautiful scene to wa ke frost. hopefully a beautiful scene to wake up to, first thing on monday morning, sunshine shine coming through. dry start to the new working week, eventually, south—westerly wind will return, introducing slowly but surely milder air. more cloud and rain pushing into scotland, light and patchy, in western scotland and northern ireland, not as cool as sunday. highs of eight to 12 degrees. high—pressure never really leaves
england and wales, as we go through the middle of the week, toppling over the high, we will see week whether front is pushing over the high, we will see week whetherfront is pushing in. that will introduce more cloud and rain, still a mild assaults. into next week, south—westerly flow, a lot of loud, breezy at times, the range will chiefly sit in the northwest. this is bbc news. the headlines at ten: supporters of a united spain are expected to gather in barcelona amid rising tension over catalonia‘s declaration of independence. heathrow airport says it‘s investigating how details the cabinet office is to investigate whether the international trade minister proctor ministerial code after asking his secretary to buy sex toys. heathrow airport says it‘s investigating how details of its security procedures were found lying in the street. scotland‘s first minister is to apologise on behalf