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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 Claire Cohen, the deputy women's editor

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from the Daily Telegraph, and Mihir Bose, columnist

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The digital Independent leads with the EU referendum,

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and accusations from David Cameron that the Leave campaign

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The Financial Times headlines the government's probe

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into an admission from the boss of Sports Direct that he paid

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some of his staff less than the minimum wage.

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That's also front page news in the Guardian,

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which claims that Mike Ashley, the boss of Sports Direct,

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could face a multimillion pound fine for breaking the law.

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The Metro goes with the former Chelsea doctor, who's received

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a payoff from the club after agreeing to drop her sexual

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The Express headlines claims that British pensions are at risk

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if there's a vote to stay in the European Union.

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And the male leads with the migrant crisis and suggestions the EU is

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planning to grant US style Green cards to those coming from Africa

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and the Middle East. We will start with the Metro. Mega pay out an

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apology for Chelsea. This is a huge victory for her against an

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incredibly powerful organisation. Yes, very few people saying they are

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surprised she has settled having turned down what was an initial

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rumoured 1.2 million. I think she has had a huge victory, she got what

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she wanted, she wanted her day in court and public acknowledgement

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that she was just doing her job and nothing more. That is what Chelsea

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have come forward and apologised unreservedly think they said in a

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statement to her, that she was doing her job. Their statement is

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particularly grovelling, I think, could be the word, because as you

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were just saying, the point is here getting public recognition that

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since she was simply behaving as a doctor assured, attending a patient?

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Absolutely, and what is interesting is that Jose Mourinho has gone on to

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Manchester United, he made an appearance. A surprise appearance as

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the metal point out. We don't know why but they had a private buyer

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closed doors meeting and we don't quite know what was said. It might

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be reasonable to speculate that he made some sort of statement which

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was in effect, was in -- one doesn't know what he said, but a greater

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victory for her after we all know he seems we saw at the first opening

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match of last season and what happened between them. If you like

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this is her moment to say what happened was wrong and he therefore

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has, Chelsea have apologised. Very profusely for what happened. She was

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doing what she was required to do, but it also raises question about

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her football clubs are run, what goes on behind the scenes because I

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think what would have been useful not just for the journalist but for

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the fans as well to know how the moment of explosion in a match,

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which seemed very innocent and fairly routine, players injured,

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Doctor Rush is on, should become such a big story. What is going on?

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Lets not forget this was not just unfair dismissal, it was sectioned

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stagnation as well. -- it was a sexual discrimination. However

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vindicated she feels professionally, there is an undercurrent that

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football is a toxic environment for women to work as as she's concerned

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and that hasn't been addressed and renewal will never address that.

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Let's go to the Daily Express. -- Mourinho humiliated. As you were

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saying, you believe Mourinho probably, possibly, maybe, made

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face-to-face apology. I think he must have done but it was before the

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first tribunal hearing in March. She came out and said one of her demise

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was a public apology from Mourinho. For her to have accepted a

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settlement where that has not happened, there must have been

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something. And for him to turn up first prize visit, they must've been

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something that happened behind closed doors to make her feel like

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she has had close over the issue and the public apology, it is an reserve

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from Chelsea specifically not from him. Certainly not that we know

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about. Tribunal 's are a very costly thing financially and emotionally,

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so she would have had to wait up another ten days of this,

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potentially embarrassing revelations, not just for Chelsea,

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but possibly for her as well. Hindi at what might have been going on.

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There is a question here that we speak about managers being the boss

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of the cupboard Mourinho was not the boss, he was the boss of a football

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team. She was a doctor. She was the boss of her setup. In fact there

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were -- they were colleagues, so the weight surfaced on that opening

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match against Swansea as if Mourinho was the boss is planning some minor

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employee. The senior, elite team doctor. Yes, this has established

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that she was doing her job as an employee with certain powers and

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another employee cannot sort of... OK, quick question, do you think

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this sets the template for how people in her position are treated

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as senior doctors of a team? Clearly Jose Mourinho said there are tactics

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involved and if it is right at the end and we have a player who is

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injured and it could mean we end up losing the game, do not run on the

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pitch. Has that kind of philosophy being thrown out of that ever really

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existed? Tell you what has happened in the last 20 years, managers have

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become more nosy, huge figures, there is a camera focused on them

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and the Met has grown up that the manager is the club. I think what

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this case being that is the manager is not the club, the manager is

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responsible for the performance of the players on the field but the

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club is more than that. The club has other employees, among them as

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Doctor Garth session responsibilities, not just the

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manager. Therefore this will question that the idea that is

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because the camera shows what the manager is doing for the players are

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playing, that doesn't make the manager the most important person.

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OK, finally, we will have fun with this, Jay -- Daily Mail. The Daily

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Mail reckons it is fine, what you think? The Metro thinks it is at

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least 2 million. I'm more inclined to go with a slightly less generous.

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5 million seems like an awfully big jump from 1.2. If that is more than

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an insult. This is a matter of work practice. Absolutely, what we see on

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the screen is 90 minute show, there is a normal workplace going on

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behind-the-scenes. There is a value judgment being made by the Daily

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Mail in this. One thing we know is what -- it was definitely more than

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1.2 million. We can safely say that. Want the Financial Times. He

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admitted today he does or did pay his staff some of them, but though

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the legal minimum. And what has emerged are the practices, the work

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practices, at his Sports Direct operation were the legal minimum is

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6.70 but the practices involved, they've -- if you are one minute

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late your dock pay 15 minutes and therefore they way you operate the

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system that you are legally playing on paper a certain figure, actually

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you are not. And some of what has emerged is quite scandalous. Our

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woman has given birth to a child in the toilet! Six strikes and you are

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out. Because she was afraid to cross the line and therefore get a bad

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mark by her name and possibly lose her job somewhere down the line.

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Very few permanent employees. Most of the staff seem temporary

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employees who can be sacked at any moment. Yes, lots are zero hours

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contracts, 80%, possibly more of the workforce. The point about Mike

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Ashley is that he is not the only boss who runs the kind of operation

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that relies to a large extent on casual workers. This is just the tip

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of the iceberg. Maybe it's time to call for more transparency about the

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temporary working culture. We have companies will be forced to that --

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published there into pay gaps and that, perhaps we need similar

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measures for temporary work, which seems to be growing workplace

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culture in Britain. It was interesting that at one point on

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Twitter Eva Carneiro and Mike Ashley were trendy at the same time --

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trending. I'm not convinced Ashley quite get it either. He said I'm not

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Father Christmas at one point. But he is Scrooge, surely. This is six

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strikes thing for you spend too long speaking or in the loop he says,

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maybe six is too few. I think he missed the point of bit. Yes. He was

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making the point that this is a massive business and perhaps it has

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grown so fast I can't possibly have responsibility for everything that

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goes on. It is too big for me to handle. Is that something that cuts

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any ice with most people? It is too big Reznor I can't possibly know

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what is going on? You cannot take credit for the business when it is

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doing well and making money and then say this is what I've done and then

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say I don't know what is happening that up if you don't know, then you

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need people below you to tell you what is happening otherwise what

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you're doing is ahead of the business. Oyoo cultures got yourself

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out of a job. I spend a lot of your time trying to keep Newcastle up and

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even then you failed? What exactly is he doing? That at the bottom

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line. It is the dreadful season at Newcastle United that has led to all

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this. Ashley admits I broke the law. Staff were paid below minimum wage

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says tycoon. Yes, he says the business is too big to control. He

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could well be facing lawsuits as a result of his admission today.

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Absolutely and some interesting detail in The Guardian story about

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sexual predators in the company, as he called them. Which he admitted to

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foot of yes, he said they are Republican and disgusting so that

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level of sexual harassment is going on we could see lots of people being

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disgruntled. -- on we could see lots of people being

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disgruntled. -- repugnant. They were not debating each other, they were

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talking to an audience who were taking questions. Will we see a

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debate? If we see a debate it will be the blue and blue debate. This is

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a cause. Which is why David Cameron doesn't want? Called by Johnson and

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go, so this a spokesman for vote lead, but one of them would be a

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spokesman, Michael Gove is supposed to be the Prime Minister's best

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friend. An interesting debate but I'm not sure we will see that. At

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this point in time it seems like the Leave campaign is in front and the

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Prime Minister has to do something. Part of that when the spec is

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because immigration has been so important over the last week? It

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has, anything that Cameron is trying to steer the conversation away from

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that and that is one reason he would be keen to avoid head-to-head, blue

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on blue, as you say. I think you're right, it's clear that perhaps he

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needs to do something to change the conversation or tactic as we enter

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the final straight. And worth saying, you can only register to

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vote until midnight tonight. Yes! 7.5 million people at 8pm still

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hadn't registered. Former sports editor, you have a theory about how

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this vote will go? Yes, I think we should look to Slovakia because that

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is the third match England are playing. Start with Russia, then

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Wales, and if England fulfil their promise, which they often don't do,

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by then England should qualify and my memory of this is a 1970, student

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then, on the Sunday before the thirsty election that Harold Wilson

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had called England World Cup holders, better than 66, losing

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Jamie George Unzue and the second half they lose throughout -- 3-2 and

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the nation says that the wasp does Brussels at adding that uses the --

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and we lose the election. Cameron feeling good at -- about life.

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Nevertheless, vote for it. He doesn't really know Louise supports.

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Something in blue. If we lose, who knows that even Boris Johnson who

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doesn't play football might seem a better prospect. He makes an --

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looks more like a rubber man to me full tank for joining

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