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the irish times looks at the trump white house which has issued tougher guidelines on dealing with illegal immigration. us officials have been told to enforce existing laws more strictly. the paper says an estimated 50,000 irish citizens are among the undocumented. the ft leads with hsbc where investors wiped almost 10 billion pounds off its value after the bank reported an 82% drop in annual net profits. in the telegraph business section there's a warning from the bank of england who say they "will probably not be able to predict the next financial crisis" as economic forecasting can never be completely accurate. surprise, surprise. and finally the international new york times takes an in depth look at the current crisis facing the humble bee. a mysterious plague has been killing billions of the insects every year. the paper says of the 100 crops that account for 90% of the world's food, over 70% rely on bee pollination. joining us is mark davies who's ceo of strategy consultancy, camberton. this is a serious story that has
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been running for a decade. yes, i think it is about ten years old. but we start with incredible story. he is the sun ofjamaican immigrants to united kingdom. he was born ronald fiddler. and then he became a radical islamic terrorist. the reason we have run with the story from the telegraph is because they have led with the photo. it is of italy in all of the papers. there is a lot more in—depth stuff in the times about this background and what was involved in the last ten years of this life, but the photo is really quite terrifying. —— it is in all of the papers. he looks again happy—go—lucky individual. he is a man of 50, which in itself is quite unusual. 0n man of 50, which in itself is quite unusual. on a whole, when people are disaffected, they tend to be disaffected, they tend to be disaffected youth. he is a man of 50 who is in guantanamo bay. he was released from there and paid £1
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million by the british taxpayer in compensation for that. and in a line that will make people feel slightly sick, i think, that will make people feel slightly sick, ithink, some that will make people feel slightly sick, i think, some of that muggy is thought to have gone back to isis. the compensation he was paid for being in one guantanamo bay. he said he was just picked up while he was a tourist. he said it was unfair. but then ended up being a suicide bomber. is a scary story. some of the papers claim that the £1 million in the british government was hush muqqy in the british government was hush muggy so that he would not talk about the british involvement in this detention, and then there is theissue this detention, and then there is the issue of what happened in guantanamo bay, where george w bush was effectively sanctioning some kind of interrogation techniques, not necessarily there, but in some of these secret laptops places which we re of these secret laptops places which were undocumented around the world, and the fact that guantanamo bay is still open. it has about 30 detainees. and donald trump would
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say that is the reason that we need to keep this place open and possibly put poor people in there. is the reason that barack 0bama did not shut it when it was one of this big campaigning issues back in 2008. he said he would close down guantanamo bay, then of course he did not drink this eight—year presidency. so there isa this eight—year presidency. so there is a reason why it guantanamo bay is there., and is a reason why it guantanamo bay is there. , and although is a reason why it guantanamo bay is there., and although it is easy to talk about lots of people being held at that should not be held there, when you hear a story like this, you realise that there is more to the detention at least some of the people who are there than the liberal agenda would like people to believe. let's
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