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Hello and welcome to our look ahead to what the the papers will be
With me are the Senior Political Correspondent
for the Daily Telegraph, Kate McCann, and the Deputy Editor
of the Daily Express, Michael Booker.
Let's run through tomorrow's front pages and - no surprises -
We will run through as many papers as we can!
The Guardian leads with another warning from George Osborne -
it reports he'll say that leaving the EU would leave
a ?30 billion black hole, which will cause spending cuts
it says the Chancellor will warn that income tax would have
which says that fuel duty rises and cuts to spending on the NHS
and schools are on the cards if Britain leaves the EU.
The i says there's panic in the Remain camp as another
new poll shows a substantial lead for Brexit.
The FT focuses on turmoil in the markets -
it says the prospect of a Leave vote has sent the pound to its
Attacks by what it calls Russian thugs on England
and Wales football fans is the lead for the Daily Star -
it says they were pounced on as they enjoyed a drink in Lille.
The Daily Telegraph has exposed Clement Freud as a paedophile who
preyed on young girls. And a very different top
story for the Express - it says that Viagra could stop
heart attacks, according We will get to that in a bit. First
the metro, there are warnings of a ?30 billion black hole. It was ?40
billion yesterday according to the Prime Minister. Most people have
forgotten what it was yesterday. We have headlines about tax increases,
what the money could be spent on if we leave from the other side of the
debate. Still people do not really know as the polls show what a Brexit
or a Remain boat really means. What George Osborne born is worrying
about and I think we will see more of this is the worry about the
economic impact if we leave. Some interesting research that YouGov
have done. What people really think in this referendum. They have found
people do understand the risks, but what they do not feel is the
personal impact of what that may mean for them. They would be
motivated to vote to Remain if it hit them by ?10 in their pocket, but
they do not believe it will affect them personally. It must annoy them
putting these stories out, the project fear stories, and then they
get a sarcastic headline, now George Osborne plays the tax card. There
has been a shift in the polls. A lot of people are reacting to it in that
way. He is just saying something else now, is he? He is trying to
scare us. That is why there has been a shift. The reason why these
stories are coming out, it is still a huge chunk of undecideds out
there. The Daily Express readers, we have half a million of them who
definitely want to come out as far as we know. That is why we were the
first to come out and call to get out of the EU in 2010. Those who are
undecided may stick with what they know. I am still a don't know for
the moment. Perhaps your paper campus-wide you one way or the
other. LAUGHTER I am a worry wart. There is a
negative sentiment on the markets today, people are trying to find a
safe place to put money. They seem to be. It has wiped ?30 billion off
the FTSE. It would be expected. You see this in the run-up to elections,
the run-up to referendum. The uncertainty is what the experts are
saying and this is what is fuelling this. There will be huge
fluctuations at a time of great uncertainty. Lots of other places in
the world are not the usual safe havens at the moment. Absolutely and
some say that capital flight is happening, some taking money out of
the UK, but not as much as you would expect. While you would expect the
markets to be slightly volatile ahead of a boat like this, but ?30
million is a lot of money in one day. -- a vote. Out in the stock
markets, they are all up and down, aren't they? I want my country back,
the anger of a city in decline. This is Stoke on Trent, the potteries,
normally a Labour heartland. Lots of people will have seen this
interesting documentary. Definitely worth a watch. It is the EU
referendum vote encapsulated in ten minutes. You would expect lots of
Labour voters to want to support the EU, but that is not the case at all.
The Guardian found nine out of ten people saying, no, we want our
country back, we want to leave, including people who work in the
pottery factories in Stoke. A lot of their market is in the EU, even when
faced with that, they say no, I am fed up. The most illuminating part
was when one person said, I just want to change. People want
something different because they feel they have been let down by
Labour over so many years now. The views of people such as Nigel Farage
on that side of the campaign, those views may be highly questionable,
but it is cutting through to these people because they are in big
primary colours and people are talking about the migrants coming
over here taking our jobs and people are going for that because people
are fed up and they think this is a quick fix. What I thought was
interesting is the local MP is Ruth 's me and she said the narrative
they are getting from London is not cutting through. -- roost Smeath.
They have made it about the potteries. The Labour campaign has
been fairly risen above. Where is the Labour campaign? They have said
they will be much more visible in the last few days. They have left it
aided late. We have seen more of them out and about. -- they have
left it a little late. Let's look at this other story. Lille fears the
worst. It is too little too late. Some reason they did not foresee the
in Marseille. Marseille has had trouble in the 1988 World Cup, it
has happened before. Now they are desperately trying to get this
sorted now. There are bands on drinking, there has already been
fighting tonight in Lille. Some of the stuff I have seen on social
media... Byland is building, Russian fans attacking Welsh and English
fans. -- violence is building. Hopefully this will cut through to
the Russian fans, this warning. Seeing how well organised they are,
they look as though they are simply there for a fight. You do wonder if
they'll really football fans if there is a risk their team could be
kicked out of the tournament. You have to wonder that, the one thing
where there have been questions raised about, why were games
scheduled when they were, why is there no drinking ban? You could
have scheduled matches at a different time in different places
and that should have been thought about. To be fair to the French
authorities they have been mainly worried about a terror attack.
Hooliganism just seem to be an afterthought. Now it seems to be the
major threat and they are desperately trying to sort it out.
The Times, the state should give health lessons in parenting. That
will go down well, won't it? The idea we are bringing healthy babies
into the world but we are not looking after them properly. This is
the outgoing president of the faculty of health. If you are
outgoing you can say these things and get out and leave the
consequences to play out. All parents should receive these
lessons. Schools are currently sweatshops, bad parents must step in
and stop this irreparable damage. A lot of people will say why is he
talking to us like that. I can look after my children as much as I like
and in the way I want to. He says parents should talk to their
children at the breakfast table about sex to prevent them turning to
online pawn. I have a 17-year-old and 13-year-old, I would be
embarrassed talking to them about it. Oh, no! I am impressed that use
it together at the breakfast table. -- that you sit together. There are
lots of children growing up with anxiety and depression. Stressed out
kids. There is a controversial measure where every child has to
have a named Guardian that is not their parent and there has been a
lot of outrage about the idea that it is not just the parent that needs
to parent your child. It is a particularly shocking story. You
make a good point about the outgoing person, you can say something. You
can then speak your mind. A lot of what he says is true, but the way it
is presented, people will find it difficult to take on board. Who will
pay for these lessons? Where does that money come from? Can we afford
not to because of the consequences of not dealing with it? Instead of
teaching parents to parent their children, maybe we need to teach
children sex education a bit earlier. The idea is that we are all
terrible parents and we get this message given to us all the time.
The majority of people are very good parents. Very hard work, everyday.
My kids have all the answers, I have none, that is half the problem!
Finally, The Daily Express, Viagra stops heart attacks, discuss. We
thought we would be a bit different. We lead the way with EU, we will let
everyone else do that for a day and we will do Viagra. This has been
done by the Centre for cardiac research in Manchester. They have
looked at people in Cheshire and they have seen what it has done for
the heart and it turns out they have protection against heart failure.
This is early research that has been done,... It often is on the express!
It is by the British Heart Foundation. Any side-effects no?
Exactly, how did they know it is the buyout clap and not be increased
physical activity. -- it is the Viagra and not the increased
physical activity. Don't forget all the front pages
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