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in tomorrow's final. And Olympian Victoria Pendleton has

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won her first race as an amateur jockey. That's all in Sportsday

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later on. Hello, and welcome to our look ahead

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to what the the papers will be With me are Emily Ashton,

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Buzzfeed's Chief Political Correspondent, and Dan Bilefsky

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from the New York Times. The FT leads on claims made

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by the French economy minster that the migrant camp at Calais

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would re-locate to UK soil the I focuses on the row

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over statistics between The Remain camp are accused

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of using misleading data The Daily Telegraph picks up

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on the Scottish National Party's plans to raise council tax

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for people living in larger homes. The paper estimates bills

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in Scotland could increase The former England

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footballer Adam Johnson is pictured on the front

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of the Metro following his conviction for sexual

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activity with a child. And the Guardian

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reports that the chief executive has written a letter

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to all of its staff, warning that their jobs could be

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threatened if the UK votes The male leads with the dangers of

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online dating. He used online dating websites to find women he then went

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on to rape. Let's start with the Daily Telegraph. A poignant picture

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there, particularly for his family and the man himself. Adam Johnson,

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the foot taller, found guilty with -- of sexual activity with a trial.

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The judge said, say goodbye to your daughter. That picture says it all.

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A really horrible story. It has come to this conclusion. He is on bail

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for a couple of weeks and expecting a prison sentence of possibly up to

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ten years. This is a man, a foot -- a footballer, a former England

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footballer, and Sunderland player, who was earning huge sums week. This

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girl thought he a he wrote. He took advantage of that. He thought he was

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invincible. That is part of the problem. Darren, part of the

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evidence in the trial, from his own lips, was that he thought he could

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do anything. He was earning ?60,000 a week. He was a he wrote so many

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people across the country. That is the danger of temptation for a lot

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of young sportsmen and women, getting so much money at such a

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young age, that they do feel that they are invincible. It sounds like

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there was a pathological sense of entitlement for this man. He thought

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he could do what he wanted to. These guys are heroes and role models, and

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this was pretty shocking because she had just turned 15. And he had so

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much going on in his life. With the Daily Telegraph, wages to rise if we

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quit the EU. This is from the man who is leading the even campaign. It

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kind of makes your head spin. This is the gentleman who is supposed to

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be in favour of Britain remaining in the European Union, arguing that if

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migrants aren't allowed in, wages could go up. It is a mixed message.

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This is emblematic of a depending on which British newspaper you read,

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you get a completely different narrative of Britain and EU. Does

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that mean that people who would normally buy the Telegraph and the

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Mirror, for the sake of argument, are not getting both sides of the

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debate, and as a result are not being necessarily educated to the

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point where they can make an informed decision. Or is that too

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simplistic? You by your paper and you know what's Lance it is going to

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take. A committee hearing can last hours and you can take so many

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different lines from it. The Mirror and the Telegraph are not alone in

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going along this line. On sky News in January, we saw... What's that?

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He got the name of the campaign, Britain stronger in Europe, wrong

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several times. He has a tendency to do that. There is a great sketch in

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the Telegraph going through what he got wrong in the hearing. Depending

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on which newspaper you read, you know what you are going to get, so

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people are reading reports that reinforce their prejudices or

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biases, either in favour of or against the EU. This is a referendum

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that has cataclysmic consequences for the future of this country, it's

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economy and its geopolitics. So you hope all the stats out there are

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correct and present and no one is telling porkies! In the I, Emily. It

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would claim it is independent. It says that war erupts over EU

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statistics. The remaining chief is ridiculous for using incorrect data.

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Brexit will leave families worse off, it is said. It is really

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confusing for the public. It is. And the detail of this is not going to

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sway people. We will have to get through the local elections on May

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the 5th before this referendum campaign resonates with people.

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These stories will keep running, not least because the world has a lot of

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other news today. Joz-macro is an affable character, and the fact he

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is supporting Brexit gives it a boost stop -- Boris Johnson. If a

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captain of industry is modelling the message, that could have

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consequences. But David Cameron cannot carry the load all the time.

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He's got to run the country as well. He cannot carry the load, but he has

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to be careful with spokes people in the campaign. Especially when his

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own ministers are campaigning against him. Both the campaigns need

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people who are ordered airy, and people who resonate with the

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population in the real world. Like when Michael Caine mentioned he was

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quite keen on Brexit. So we need a few celebrity endorsements, you are

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saying? In the Financial Times, this is very interesting. This could have

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an effect for a lot of people. The French threat to end the Calais deal

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and we bankers if the UK quits the European Union. Britain's border is

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in Calais, not here, and what a lot of people in the end campaign are

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saying that if we leave the TEU, the French will cancel that deal, and we

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will have loads of migrants trying to get in. This is very interesting.

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One of the powerhouses of the Cabinet is arguing that if there is

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Brexit, the Calais camp, the jungle, will come to this country, and

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Britain will lose control over its borders. I love this one coming from

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a socialist French minister, that the city will move to France.

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Britain does have a huge decisive advantage with or without the

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European Union, but this is hugely symbolic of Cameron. A lot of people

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have doubted him, and someone on the outside is confirming what Cameron

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is saying. This has real consequences for this country if

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there is a huge outflow of people going back to France. The mayor of

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Calais has been warning of this as well, and yet the out campaign have

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been saying, why are the French doing this? It is nothing to do with

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the TEU. Why would they get involved? This is a massive boost to

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Cameron. This is a very high up the Minister. It is a bilateral

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relationship. This is what critics of David Cameron at the time, when

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he warned that this would happen, said it was a bilateral relationship

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and nothing to do with the EU. But France is now threatening to change

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that relationship. The Tories are arguing with each other, but here is

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one big boys from the outside... A lot of EU leaders have been careful

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not to say anything so far that will sway domestic and public opinion.

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The Chinese and the Americans have been quite keen on us staying in.

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And here you have someone across the Channel saying that if you leave the

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EU there will be serious consequences. The idea of migrant

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camps being in the south of England, the economy in numbers and how much

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being in the U is worth to a family doesn't really make sense to people,

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but seeing those Calais cabs and imagining them in Dover... Seeing

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all those camps in Greece and along European borders and imagining them

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here... And campaigners wanted them to focus on those because of the

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residents in people's minds. The In campaign is using to their

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advantage. Dan, you are the man. Top of the Financial Times. It looks as

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if Donald Trump, even though he is getting less than 35% of the vote,

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could win the nomination for the Republicans. Hillary Clinton

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beginning to pull away from Bernie Saunders. It looks as if it is over.

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It's not there yet, but it looks like it will be Hillary against

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Trump. It will be a very violent clash between two opposite

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characters. People had written Trump off as some sort of aberration until

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now. But Hillary is a very flawed Leticia. She is scripted. Young

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women and working class men do not like her. She does not resonate with

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the electorate, and Trump is going to pulverise her in terms of

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bringing up moniker and bringing up Bill's sexual peccadilloes. It will

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be a rough race. But given Trump's style, bullying and aggressive, it

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doesn't quite work when you are doing all of that against a woman,

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does it? And one Democrat said that Hillary should be using that. The

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fact she is a woman means she can take herself out of the sense that

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she is part of the political elite, because she is a woman. I get that,

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and as a woman I want to support women. But her problem is that she

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was married to the president. She isn't an independent candidate like

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Donald Trump is, and that is what people want at the moment, auntie

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politics. I think Trump may hit her hard. We will be back in an hour's

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time with more of the stories behind the headlines. Much more coming up

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BBC News. Now time for sports stay.

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