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known. Coming up in macro ``Sportsday. How Hull have failed to

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get their names changed. That is all coming up after the papers today.

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Hello and welcome to our look ahead to what the the papers will be

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bringing us tomorrow. With me are Emma Barnett, woman's editor at The

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Daily Telegraph, and Kevin Schofield chief political correspondent at The

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Sun. Tomorrow's front pages, starting with the resignation of the

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former culture secretary Maria Miller is the Guardian's lead story.

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It also says the Co`op group is in disarray after Lord Myners quit the

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board. Lord Myners' shock resignation also makes the front of

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the Telegraph's business section. But the paper's top story is the

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housing boom, which it says is spreading outside the usual hotspots

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of the south east. It also shows a photo of a crawling Prince George at

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a playgroup in New Zealand. The Express claims British car number

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plates could be outlawed in a European Union vote next week. The

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Mirror has an exclusive interview with the mother of Reeva Steencamp,

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the dead girlfriend of Oscar Pistorius. ``Steenkamp. The paper

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also warns that we are all vulnerable to personal data hacking

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after the heartbleed computer bug. The Metro says the family of

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murdered policeman Keith Blakelock is distraught, after another suspect

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was cleared of his killing. The Mail, which also carries a photo of

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Prince George, warns that house prices will keep soaring until 2020,

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pricing many middle earners out of the market. And finally, Maria

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Miller's resignation also makes the front page of the Times, the paper

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claims Chancellor George Osborne led the revolt to force her out. We will

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start with that one, Kevin, this is an interesting twist? It is

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interesting. Unlike Tony Blair and Gordon Brown, David Cameron, and

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George Osborne, they are quite close. It is an interesting line,

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that apparently George Osborne put pressure on David Cameron and said

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this cannot go on any longer. It will split the party, the elections

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are coming up for Europe, you have two staunch the bleeding,

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essentially. It is interesting, coming as close to the top as it

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has. There has been enough sense over the past few days, David

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Cameron called it wrong at the start. When he stood by her. His

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supporters are saying that he is not going to throw his college overboard

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at the first sign of trouble `` colleague. There is no appetite for

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people being seen on the fence with MPs on their expenses. It was time

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for her to go really. It is interesting as well. There is a fine

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line between being resolute and a strong leader. And being tough, and

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being inflexible. And not hearing the good advice that you're getting

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from people around you. Crosby and Osborne, they will be instrumental

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in working out a strategy for the upcoming election. They could see

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the way that the wind was blowing, how come David Cameron couldn't? It

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seems odd, the whole row, that there was not that much money, that she

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apologised, there had been this investigation, maybe he thought

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enough had been done and he could keep going. It does not seem from

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the reports that I have read and the people I spoke to that she had a

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number of friends or allies in the Cabinet or in the wider Tory party.

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Certainly, when you read something like this, maybe if she had more

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support and her policies one more concrete, maybe, there could have

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been more support for her in the party. The public seem to care

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mostly about the expenses. ``won. What has she done as Minister? I am

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sorry to say, I have little to say. There have been attempts by me and

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other people who follow that particular beta powers to understand

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exactly what she has achieved what she has done. I think she has

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attended some of the right events. The support was not there for her,

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at the end of the day, but for a long time, she had the support of

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the guy who matters, David Cameron? Yesterday afternoon, she still did,

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but it started to go horribly wrong for her. More and more Conservative

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MPs were willing to break cover and speak publicly. And say this cannot

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go on for much longer. Prime ministers questions was coming up

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today, he was going to have a hard time over it. We are led to believe

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that it is someone from his inner circle who went to Maria Miller on

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Tuesday evening and said you are going to have to resign. So, she

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did. He will be now hoping that that has staunch the bleeding and they

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can move onto things. We mentioned UKIP want to exploit this fall all

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it is worth. `` for all it is worth. Ben Harris has commissioned a poll

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for his organisation, and found that 61% Conservative voters felt that

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Maria Miller was representative of a political class that needs to leave

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British politics. 61%. It is a lot. Labour cannot take comfort from

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that. We are going to go to the Guardian. This group, the Co`op,

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this organisation have been around 465 years. Lord Myners was supposed

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to be writing a report on still will be, looking into the place. ``165

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years. It is not a great sign. If you do not know a lot about the

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Co`op, all you see is doom and gloom. They have results coming out

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of that are anything but positive. You will suspect that they are

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trying to take any help that they can get. Lord Myners is well

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respected. You would imagine someone could come in and change something,

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it could be him. He has talked of bullying on the board, bad culture.

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Maybe, he just feels he cannot stick around. He will do his review from

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the sidelines and the others will have to see what happens. The

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suggestion is that it could be because of the losses be any way to

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staunch it is for the taxpayers to bail the group out. There is that

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broken lift with the general public, they are sick of picking up the tab

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for banks that cannot get their house in order. They had to pick

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them up by the scruff of the neck to make it work. He has Labour

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credentials. He would be sympathetic to the Co`op? It shows, there are

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some quite archaic structures. It is 165 years old. He wants to refresh

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that organisation, and there has been resistance. The early way to

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deal with it is to get out when the going is bad. He is stepping down

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from the board and will continue to review into the governance of the

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group. Let's go to the mirror. A world exclusive, why I sit in that

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court every day. This is from Reeva Steenkamp's mother. She has had to

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listen to some harrowing testimony. She has had to sit there and look at

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a photograph of her dead daughter. I do not understand how she does it. I

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understand why she wants to do it. She wants justice for what needs to

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be done. We do not have court cases like this in Britain. Watching this

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on fold, on camera, and seeing it like this, it is not something we

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see. `` unfold. The facial expressions of everyone in there,

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and especially the mother of Reeva Steenkamp. It is just awful. The

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picture says it all. The chief prosecutor, his cross`examination of

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Oscar Pistorius today was pretty brutal. It was like sonic from a

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John Grisham novel. His nickname is" the pit bull" . You can see why

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`` something. They wanted to present a nice image of him, but it looks

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like the prosecution are going for his character as much as anything.

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There is footage of him on a shooting range shooting at a

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watermelon. We cannot see him but we can hear his evidence. It is so

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harrowing. He is obviously beside himself with remorse at what has

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gone on. The dramatic part today was the picture being shown to the whole

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court, that would not happen here. There is no way that would happen

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here. You can only imagine what that is like for a parent, to see your

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child in such a state. It is interesting that you say, he

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obviously showed signs of remorse. That is his side of the story that

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he has presented. There are some people who say that is not

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necessarily what happened. I think we have to carry on with it. It is a

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bizarre case, that is how I would describe it. A bazaar in that we are

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not used to seeing anything televise like this. `` it is bizarre. His

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hands were on the gun and he killed her. He admits that. What is being

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debated is not the normal thing that is debated. I now want to read this

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story. It is interesting how this is being reported here. We know of him,

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but he is not a superstar here. You can imagine what it is like in South

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Africa. He has that global appeal. Let's stay with the Daily Mirror.

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Change all of your passwords. Millions are hit by this Heartbleed

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bug. These technology bugs have interesting names. It is a flaw in

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software that is used to secure Web connections. Normally, you think you

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could only have to change a few passwords on devices. But this is

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Google, Facebook, Twitter, they rely on these to transmit data. It should

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be heavily encrypted and secure. This has been going on for nearly

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two years but has only just come out, on Monday, how bad this is. It

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is not something that you can glaze over. You should change your

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password. I will change my. It is on my to do list. `` I will change

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mine. Fake pages can come up that looks like you are logging into your

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account, and that is how it gets your details. It is quite

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sophisticated. If you change your password, went another fake page

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potentially come up? The point is that most people don't. They use one

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or two versions of the same password again and again. People are lazy

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with what they pick. There are two issues. People are lazy, and most

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people will not bother. You say that, but if you change your

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password and keep up good practice, use numbers and different cases, it

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will be more secure. People should do that. Thank you. I am trying to

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drill it home at! Yes, macro `` drill it home!

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But I wonder what you can do if you can never remember your password. I

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am asking for a friend! You need passwords for everything. There are

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services that you can use that our password generator that can send you

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clues. But, you just need to get some decent and complicated

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passwords that are right. Emma Barnett, our technology

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correspondent! Let me find the front page of the Daily Mail. It looks

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like house prices are rising through the roof and they will stay high

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until 2020. Depending on your standpoint, if you have a house and

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you are in the position of not having a mortgage, this is brilliant

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news, I suppose. You are sitting on a fortune. If you are moving to the

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same area, you'll have the same problem again. If you're not on the

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property loan at the moment and are paying skyhigh rent, the prospect of

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ever owning your own property must seem like a complete nightmare. I

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dream that you will never, ever have. And the thought that it could

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keep going until 2020, I think after our experience of five or six years

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ago when the crash happened, and also next year, interest rates will

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go up. That is bound to have some impact on at least slowing down

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house price rises. At the moment it is completely unsustainable. Very

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unsustainable. We will quickly go onto the Daily Telegraph. And

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dungarees fit for a king. Kate Middleton has this effect on

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fashion, and now service Prince George. ?75 for dungarees is a

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little bit steep. That is a bit much. Like house prices, we have to

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expect this of children's clothes. They have now sold out. And isn't

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GQ? I think he is so adorable. They are saying in my ear, isn't he

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gorgeous? The Mail has a complete special on this. I am just saying

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it. There seem to be in fine fettle at the moment, that section of the

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Royal family. Mould I think the girl who cried today, who looked at them

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and burst out crying, she is going to regret that. It is going to live

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with her. We will have more on the second political scalp as a result

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of the Maria Miller row. Much more than that coming up. Just after

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Sportsday. Hello and welcome to Sportsday. I'm Hugh Ferris.

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