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

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With me are our guests joining me tonight are broadcaster

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and barrister Sophia Cannon and associate editor

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The i leads on tonight's TV debate on the EU referendum.

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It says Michael Gove castigated David Cameron for his depressing

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The Daily Telegraph reports that Michael Gove blasted

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the Prime Minister for allegedly destroying British jobs.

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The Times says the Government has called in the competition watchdog

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to investigate allegations that some drugs companies have been

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It says "drug profiteers" face multi-million-pound fines.

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The Financial Times says an internal investigation at Fifa showed

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Sepp Blatter and several other senior officials secretly paid

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The Guardian leads on the same story.

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It quotes lawyers as saying Sepp Blatter and some

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of his colleagues made a co-ordinated effort

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The Daily Mirror reports that the boxing legend

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Mohammed Ali is on life support, and it says fears are growing.

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The Daily Mail reports on what it calls a cancer revolution.

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It says research in California has shown that personalised treatment

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The Sun says there's a growing "Evans crisis" at Top Gear,

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and that producers used canned laughter to cover awkward

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We will have those moments. Better start with what is happening

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tonight. Michael Gove has been on television in a question and

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hands-on session with an audience. The Daily Telegraph reporting that.

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He talked about a personal story. He talked about how his father was a

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doctor 's -- was adopted by a fishmonger and his wife. He spoke

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about how his father's business had been destroyed by the fact that

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Edward Heath giveaway are fishing rights when we entered the EU in

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1973. He personalised his opposition to the EU. But you are having to

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extrapolate quite a lot to make a personal story relevant to the

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entire European community. We have got to stop personalising for each

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and everyone of us what the European Union means. If we do not it is

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going to miss a lot of people in times of the relevance of why they

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should vote. I thought he was very effective for the lead case. He was

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calm and polite and attentive and reasonable. He was also passionate

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and persuasive and he hands the questions. I think people were

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worried that he would be able to handle the question and as a session

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with sky's political editor, but might be stiff when dealing with the

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audience. But he was good with them and had good report, probably better

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than the Prime Minister, who emphasised a lot of the usual fear

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and risk about leaving the European Union. He said he was making a case

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for project Hope and I think I came across well. For me it was the

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hierarchy of refugees and immigration, the idea that the EU

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immigration system is racist because it prioritises Europeans over the

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Commonwealth. For a lot of second-generation commonwealth

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alters the must be thinking, he is right. I think people do not

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understand that. They do not want to end immigration altogether, they are

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saying that we should not give preference to the EU from people

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from the Commonwealth, many of whom we have personal ties with. But the

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differences with the rest of the EU we have an agreement, it is

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therefore all of us, because one of the basic things about the European

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Union is freedom of trade and movement. It goes both ways. We can

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go as people can come. He raised the issue about immigration, are letting

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everyone in because they are European and why should be not let

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an intelligent Jamaicans and so on. Quite a lot of people are caught in

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the new system and they are from sharia. -- all Australia. They are

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saying that a lot of people are resulting to dog whistle politics.

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Do you think this format, it is not quite the debate at an audience, is

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more instructive for people? Even though there were a lot of

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complaints about the lack of any real head to head debates between

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the two main political leaders, the same format used at the last general

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election with Kamran and Ed Miliband being questioned by Paxman and David

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Dimbleby did work quite well. -- David Cameron. Then they talked to

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these should you audience, many of whom gave him a hard time. It brings

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out the issues that often are not seen any head-to-head debate. I'm

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not going to say that, I'm embarrassed. It was very informative

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and people do like that two big questions after question. They like

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to follow what the thread of the argument. So many people are

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following a second screen at home and are on Twitter or Facebook

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following what other people are saying. If you look at the power of

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social media. Our postcode follows 24 houses. Facebook can get the

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chatter going to every eight houses. They think that we might see a

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change in the town or are we still going to have the slapping matches

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on the front pages? One of the revealing things about the

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audience's questions, of David Cameron and all Michael Gove, was

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their impatience with the claims that were being made and a desire

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for more down to earth facts. It seems like a lot of people are now

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recognising that they have a big question to make on the 23rd of June

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and they do not feel as informed as they would like to be. They would

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like some factual information so they can make a decision. We can

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move on and look at the feature story. Sepp Blatter and see that

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she's paid $80 million, about ?50 million, over a period of five

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years. -- Fifa. The sophistication of the payments to Sepp Blatter is

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now coming back. He had incentives to pay him and his colleagues money

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as a bonus. A bonus for what? It was a monopoly running, a huge sport

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Empire, and so many of these payments were in secret. We are

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finding out later how does work. It is now that people have realised

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that they have been had by Sepp Blatter. He brought success and the

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World Cup and world football to the front, but at what cost? This is an

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investigation carried out by Fifa who are trying to clean their house

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and restored their reputation. It was covered that Sepp Blatter paid

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himself ?23.3 million since 2010 and a US -based lawyer said in his

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defence that the payments were proper, fear, and in line with the

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heads of major professional sports leagues around the world. ?23.3

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million in six years. When you that Sepp Blatter could not get any

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lower... The Guardian has this headline as well. They said that

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Sepp Blatter made a coordinated effort with his colleagues to enrich

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himself. The lawyer said they did not do anything wrong. We know that

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Fifa are trying to clean their house and make it free of any wrongdoing.

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Inevitably we were going to find out more detail now as these that these

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reforms. It is not just this. This was the biggest boys' network that

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we have in sport, it is dominated by men. Is that why this was going on?

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You must think that they have appointed a woman as his Secretary

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General and she is from Africa, she is a woman, she is black, she is

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outside the European club of let us pay ourselves and do it in secret

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and moved to a corrupt organisation. This has been condemned by the

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ethics committee at Fifa. It is extraordinary they had one. Where

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were they for the last year 's? Especially considering the number of

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things being done in secret. In The Times there are three stories. The

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first one is that the US would be a rogue state under Trump, says

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Hillary Clinton. This is how is suggesting that he had not got any

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policies to talk about. We think that the EU referendum debate has

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got a little bit out of control, a little bit too much hyperbole on

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both sides. It has got nothing on what is shaping up to be the most

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vicious and unpleasant and dramatic US presidential election in decades.

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This is the opening statement from Hillary Clinton saying that if Trump

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wins the presidency then the US will become a rogue state. There is a

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risk that he could start a nuclear wore. It is hard-hitting stuff.

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There is a cult of personality going on here. The Clintons come with

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their own baggage and soldiers Donald Trump. We have the most

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interesting summer beyond these primaries because Donald Trump is an

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unknown quantity. We do not know what he is going to say next or what

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he is going to do and whether this message is going to carry some

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weight with the American electorate. We do not know what is going on here

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and that is writing. Another story we have been reporting, Sadler bows

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in shame as boy said from the wilderness. This is a little boy in

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Japan who was naughty and his parents thought they would send him

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a lesson by leaving him in the woods. He then went missing for many

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days. We have all had the frustrations of knotty children, but

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this was quite extreme, was it not? I am the mother of twins and I have

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left them in shops and did outside. We have all threatened to do it.

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There are fairy tales about being left in the woods overnight with

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gingerbread houses. This just went wrong. This little boy, he has come

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out the other side and he is wonderful and cheeky, look at him,

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he does not see it as a punishment, he thought it was an adventure. A

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lot of parents looked at their children over the week and thought,

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it is half term. Some people have said the parent should be

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prosecuted. I think the same as severe. It is an extraordinary

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story. This boy was throwing stones and abusing passers-by out of the

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car window. Twice his father stopped the car and on the first occasion he

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put out and drove on and came back for him. The second time when he

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came back he was gone. The boy has been missing for seven days and

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finally he has reappeared. It is miraculous. It is the thing about

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Japanese culture. It is normal for a sexual child to walk to school. --

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for a six-year-old child. I hope here's as unaffected as he looks.

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The Bible of computer icons is incredible. A computer student has

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made a programme that converts the Bible into computer icons. It is

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quite an interesting idea. You pretend biblical verses and it comes

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out of the Apple with emojis all over them. I think it is a wonderful

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way of filling up charge she's an pulpit is. Otherwise no one will be

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worshipping. God appears as a smiling yellow face with a halo. I

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can imagine some traditional people getting upset by the emoji Bible,

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but I think any departure from the original Kings James version is a

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travesty. This is no different to the new King James Bible. We should

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go back to the original. We can finish with The Sun. The Chris Evans

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crisis grows. Apparently Top Deer was not funny. I think everyone is

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in shock. -- Top Gear. They are trying to bed in the new team. There

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had been editorial decisions. People are changing copy without

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permission. It is how things are put together. Let the new team settling.

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It is a huge franchise that is loved around the world and people are

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asking who these people are and if it is going to work. It is a great

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story. We think it is. It is embarrassing. The story is that the

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presenters' jokes went down so badly with the invited studio guests that

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the BBC inserted canned laughter onto the soundtrack to make it sound

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like the jokes that not die. It is a good story because Top Gear was

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indivisible from its presenters, the idea that you can recreate it with

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new, politically correct versions is idiotic. This story is going to run

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and run. Matt LeBlanc has refused to apologise. We can get them sometime.

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It was lovely to see you both and thank you for giving up your Friday

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evening. Still to come, you can check out the newspapers as they

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will be on the BBC website at this paper review will be there for you

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on BBC iPlayer. Go to the website and you can see us there every night

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have to be finish. Coming up next is the weather.

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