tv The Papers BBC News November 12, 2017 11:30pm-11:46pm GMT
further ”ﬂ; “it-use: zsn uh weather system pushes further south and east during the course of monday night into tuesday morning. as those blue colours get pushed off, the mild air moves in and it will be milder across tuesday. there will be some cold air around. much cloudier day and there will be some rain. ten, 12, 13 degrees. wednesday and thursday, similar pictures. looks like thursday could be the mildest day of the week. then things are set to turn a bit colder as we had friday into the weekend. mild and cloudy with outbreaks of rain. thursday and friday, we see a transition to colder, sunny skies but overnight frosts as we head on into the weekend. hello. this is bbc news. we'll be taking a look at tomorrow morning's papers in a moment. first, the headlines.
nazanin zaghari—ratcliffe, the british iranian womanjailed in iranforspying, is "on the verge of a nervous breakdown," according to her husband. in a telephone conversation with boris johnson that he called "positive," he said the foreign secretary expressed deep sorrow for her suffering, but this evening, the row over the government's handling of the case continues. the deputy prime minister damien green insists police never told him about pornography allegedly found on his computers. he says the allegations have an ulterior motive. a bbc investigation into the abuse of student loans in one of the biggest private colleges in england. the prince of wales has led the country in honouring its war dead on remembrance sunday, taking the queen's place to lay a wreath at the cenotaph in london. hello, and welcome to our look ahead to what the papers will be bringing us tomorrow. with me are tony grew, a parliamentaryjournalist, and caroline frost, entertainment reporter. tomorrow's front pages, starting with this. the metro leads with the news that the church of england is advising nearly 5,000 schools that children should be able to choose what gender they want
to be withoutjudgement or derision. the mail also leads with the same story. it says the church advises that schools must not use christian teachings to justify behaviour that is considered to amount to bullying. it shows the queen sheading a tear at today's remembrance service at the cenotaph. the sun also leads with the same story. it says two—year—olds will be getting lessons from drag queens on genderfluidity. the guardian leads with government tensions over brexit. it says brexiteers, michael gove and boris johnson, have sent the prime minister what it describes as "orwellian" set of demands ahead of this weaks withdrawal bill vote. the telegraph leads with a plea from the husband of the british—iranian woman imprisoned in iran. he says he doesn't want to see borisjohnson sacked. it also features the queen at today's remembrance services. the times also leads with the plight of nazanin zaghari—ratcliffe jailed in iran. it says michael gove cast doubt on her defence in an interview with the bbc. and finally, the ft leads with news british spy chiefs are worried anti virus software given away by barclays to two million of their customers could be used as an intelligence—gathering tool by the russian government.
it also covers donald trump's meeting with the filippino counterpart in manila yesterday. transgender and children is where we will start on the daily mail. the church says that little boys have tiaras. that is the advice from the church of england. eight simplistic headline. —— a. church of england. eight simplistic headline. -- a. the daily mail have le pt headline. -- a. the daily mail have lepton headline. -- a. the daily mail have lept on the most extreme example of what the church of england is advertising. it is saying that it is time for church of england schools to catch up with so much guidance in terms of letting children be children. we have seen examples of children. we have seen examples of children talking of pressure to somehow conform to a gender they are not comfortable with. this is opening the church's gets on this saying it is time to let them be who
they want. —— gates. it could be a boy having a tiara, a girl with a fireman's helmet. fireperson. boy having a tiara, a girl with a fireman's helmet. firepersonm boy having a tiara, a girl with a fireman's helmet. fireperson. is it just about being sensitive?m fireman's helmet. fireperson. is it just about being sensitive? it is. the daily mail has dressed this up. that is what they do. they try to make people angry. this is not about transgender children, it is about children, it is about boys not feeling that within the church of england school they can behave how they want. they have to aspire to certain careers and cannot be feminine, they cannot dress up. when they say boys as young as five should be able to have a tiara, they don't mean they should wear one every day, it is actually talking about dressing up, periods where
children play. not doing maths homework. have and children always done that? they have. -- haven't. the church is doing it because they are worried they will be sued. they provide education in the united kingdom. they do want to be in breach of legislature. it actually says that they will give backing to ban discrimination against transgender children. it is not much about appropriate uniforms. personally, i don't think there should be a difference in uniforms. it has nothing to do with the tiny amount of transgender children in the country. i am confused why these get twisted. this applies to all children, letting them grow up and be themselves. the times. michael
gove casting new doubt over the mother jailed gove casting new doubt over the motherjailed in gove casting new doubt over the mother jailed in iran. gove casting new doubt over the motherjailed in iran. there was an interview this morning with andrew marr. he was asked what was she doing in iran? he said he did not know. were always hearing about how intelligent michael gove is. he appeared quite stupid. he has cast doubt on the fact she was on holiday. this is after borisjohnson before parliament last week saying she was teaching journalists, which is what iran says she was doing and what the foreign office says she wasn't. they know what they are seeing is casting doubt on the government's official position. —— saying. it sounds like two people trying to save theirjobs. they are trying to save theirjobs. they are trying to save theirjobs. they are trying to muddy the waters to make
sure borisjohnson trying to muddy the waters to make sure boris johnson does trying to muddy the waters to make sure borisjohnson does not take any more flak for it. her husband says she is not well. he said do not sack or asjohnson. he is she is not well. he said do not sack orasjohnson. he is scared she is not well. he said do not sack or asjohnson. he is scared any more instability at the diplomatic level will only cause more damage for is not very well wife. —— boris johnson. i disagree, not very well wife. —— boris johnson. idisagree, i not very well wife. —— boris johnson. i disagree, ithink not very well wife. —— boris johnson. i disagree, i think michael gove is intimidatingly intelligent. this was in key a class fudge. a year ago he said borisjohnson could not hold the position. now he is saying we should not deflect. he is arming himself firmly on the same side of the rubicon as boris johnson. he is thinking about brexit and wants to keep the macro if that
means being disingenuous, so be it. —— keep the cartel pretty firm. . these people are cabinet ministers. they either don't understand the brief, the government's position, or write deliberately misrepresenting it. --. write deliberately misrepresenting it. why? write deliberately misrepresenting it. --. why? michael gove is coming in. again, attempting to create confusion, uncertainty, about the british government's official position, that if she is innocent she should be released to bite there isa she should be released to bite there is a chance the foreign secretary could step in. —— released. it would be better to have him sort that out.
if we had a credible foreign secretary, it would. he isn't. he repeated the lies the iranian government told about a british citizen in front of parliament. the mirror. wife number nine hasjilted me. a sad tale of love gone wrong. you would have thought ninth time lucky. he is the most married man in britain. it is a sad tale of love gone wrong. is forever wife, crystal, deserted him. —— his. he said she would take selfies and listen to music and i would have to shout to get her attention.
apparently the engagement ring went missing as well. he talks about her being the love of her life, but when she runs away, the reports are to be border agency. is love dead? he should find someone else. —— he reports her to. he could do some on line dating. the telegraph. brexit. michel barnier hints the eu pet ban will stop us taking pooches back and forwards. a low blow. we will see more and more threats as we get to the crunch. negotiations with the eu are about money as everything else. the bureaucrats and negotiators in
brussels i tried to make the british people understand how serious this could be. —— are trying. they are relying on the love of pets in the uk they made ask for self brexit. some leverage. but it was about keeping rabies at bay, always. jacob rees—mogg has been the first to say he would be happy with this if it means we he would be happy with this if it means we do not get rabies, or what he calls rabid eurocrats. a nice way to put it. my friend travels back and forwards in his own biplane. he could have a dog running business. and forwards in his own biplane. he could have a dog running businesslj don't could have a dog running business.” don't have a friend with a biplane. do you? i am clearly missing out.
traffic lights on the times. traffic lights to cut congestion on motorways. that would seem fraught with difficulty if everyone is going at 70 miles per hour. it sounds worse than it is. tony hasn't driven for a while, we established. this is apparently on the link roads. you won't be on the m4 and going straight past swindon and have to hit your breaks suddenly. at highly congested areas that are dangerous. confused by a headline! absolutely. iam not confused by a headline! absolutely. i am not qualified to discuss these issues as i don't drive much. it says there are 1.3 5 million jams in
motorways, 3700 a day. i would imagine anything that can be done about it would be welcomed by drivers such as you. it is time lost. and the environmental impact of cars, we see that in london a lot, where i live, so many people drive and create pollution. you will be in the committee of michael gove for environmental improvement. yes. the mirror. i have my best mates back. another series, iam the mirror. i have my best mates back. another series, i am a celebrity, get me out of here. ant & dec by the national treasures of this countrycan do no wrong. they
have a good record. his partner has been suffering from drug and alcohol conditions after an injury with his leg. the good news is they are both in australia fighting fit and ready to co—host in australia fighting fit and ready to co— host once in australia fighting fit and ready to co—host once again next sunday. ant and dec without each other is inconceivable. i'm in crete —— very intrigued about this jungle programme. i think might interest will probably end there. i'm not hugely interested. i am aware of the concept. your finger