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it wasn't on a better note, goodbye from your 16. Coming up, The Papers.

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-- goodbye from Euro 2016. Hello and welcome to our look ahead

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to what the the papers will be With me are the broadcasters Julia

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Hartley-Brewer and Henry Bonsu. The I says Boris Johnson could be

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Prime Minister in nine weeks. The Guardian also

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leads with the Tory leadership contest, saying

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the Home Secretary Theresa May is emerging as a front runner

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alongside Boris Johnson. The FT concentrates

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on the ongoing volatility of the financial markets

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following Brexit, while the Metro leads

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on the political fallout in Westminster,

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describing it a 'day of farce'. The Health

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Secretary Jeremy Hunt writes in the Telegraph there should be

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another referendum on the terms of the UK leaving the EU,

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if it can secure a deal We will start with that story on the

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front of the Daily Telegraph. Jeremy Hunt has called for a second

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referendum on the EU deal. We work something out with bottles and then

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we put that to the nation. I am all in favour of the nation getting the

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final say on the deal they want actor-macro stalk second

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referendums, it is frightening, we live in a democracy, hard fought

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for, it will have died for this right, we've asked for a vote and

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had it, there was a clear decision and people don't seem to accept it!

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Isn't saying that. Is it not part of the problem that so much was said

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before the campaign and during the campaign, and it's pretty clear that

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a lot of stuff that was set has turned out not to be true. It's not

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that it turned out not to be true... People who voted for Leave, if they

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don't get the deal they voted on, they will be angry. This claim a

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?350 million for the NHS, it was saying that if we did this deal we

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could save that money which we could spend on the NHS. It wasn't a

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promise. It seems to me that we don't need a second referendum

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simply because there is a clear message from the electorate what

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they want. They have been telling parties, every single election in

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the last ten years that they want immigration to come down and they

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have not been listened to. The politicians do not listen to them

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they will be out of their seats. Henry, David Cameron made it clear

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that he never said that immigration would come down. That's kind of what

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he's saying now. This intervention from Jeremy Hunt about having some

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sort of Norway plus option is intriguing. I suspect it will be

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supported by David Cameron and those conservatives who don't want to go

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the way that the Ukip side want us to break away. If it had been the

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other way around you can be sure that Nigel Farage, Boris Johnson and

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so on would have said the vote was not decisive enough. No, I get that

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Jeremy Hunt is talking about something different but there's a

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difference between saying, if it was 51% Remain would that have settled

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the issue? I think not. In the way that the Scottish independence issue

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hasn't been settled forever, I think that is the way that happens. It

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seems to me that there has been a clear decision, and the politicians,

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whether it is Boris Johnson who becomes Prime Minister or not, if

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they do not listen to what the electorate has clearly told them,

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more full than. To the Financial Times. Henry, bank stocks hammered

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as David Cameron six to calm the markets. The Chancellor stood up

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today. Finally! He's back and he made a statement and it didn't seem

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to help. It didn't seem to help. It's one of those situations where,

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the more you say, calm down, dear, the more people will say, we don't

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believe you. When the referendum happened I was in New York with work

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and this is a massive story and every single US News network...

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Where we'll again? New York. It's what I do! It was a massive story,

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they were reporting on David Cameron re-signing and Donald Trump saying

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this will be good for my golf course, everything. Americans were

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telling me, I am so sorry, are you OK? Assuming that I voted Remain.

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They basically thought you might have been bonkers for voting Leave!

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They were reporting on the shellacking that the markets took.

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Ten year guilt yields collapsing... This is nothing to do with the EU.

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But it is all about the direction of travel. People talk about project

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beer, some of this is coming to pass. It may not go on for months.

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-- Project Fear. We're talking about ratings agencies downgrading. This

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means something. This is about self fulfilling prophecy is, if the

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Chancellor and the Governor of the Bank of England 's sake that if it

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happens it will be terrible... You can't get away with that. Card I

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finish my sentence? This is my show! George Osborne and Mark Carney came

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out and talked about it. A little too late. No question at all,

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markets do not like instability and we've had a vote, and the government

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all, we don't know what to do, we haven't been planning for this. It

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did not have to be this way. This has been brought about by David

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Cameron and George Osborne and now they are saying, we didn't know...

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Pontius Pilate has washed his hands of it and said, over to you, Boris,

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of the deal, Michael Gove. This is the most and the prime ministerial

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think that David Cameron Aston, I have been a big fan of his, I've

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been very disappointed by him and George Osborne and what they have

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done in recent months. This could have been a very different vote and

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a different feeling in this country. It could also have been different if

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there had been a plan on the part of the Leave campaign. They have talks

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with the civil service, plans are made, what will they do. The idea

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that the government wasn't making plans for the outcome of a

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referendum that was on a knife edge is downright irresponsible. Davey

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Mac I heard today that one reason why they weren't aching detailed

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plans for vote against their campaign was that it might have been

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leaked and it would have undermined their plans. Markets don't like

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instability, we don't like it and we don't have to have it. A lot of big

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institutions are saying, we don't like this. We must move on. Don't

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think we need run around the needs of big banks. Someone might agree

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with you on that, Jeremy Corbyn. He is refusing to step down in the face

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of rage of his own MPs. Julia, almost 43 MPs have left the front

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bench. 44 now! He isn't going anywhere. He never was. He's always

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made it clear. It's been fascinating watching this drip feed,

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orchestrated apparently by one of his own whips. It was extraordinary

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today, they had a meeting in the evening when he was addressing the

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party and then he went to Parliament Square and addressed effectively the

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Socialist worker party. For the kind, gentler politics that he was

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supposed to show in, words like "Vile" and "Vermin"... They

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supported him. They may not have been members of the Labour Party

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before the rules that Ed Miliband Bourton but isn't a parliamentary

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operator. -- once Ed Miliband brought in. He is a street

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politician who did not expect to be party leader, it was just to make

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sure that certain views were aired during the campaign and now he

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knows, if there is a leadership contest, he will in all likelihood

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stand, they cannot force him not to, and he will win. This is the bit I

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don't understand. They will keep doing this until he goes. One person

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who has gone is Roy Hodgson, the England manager. The front page of

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the Metro. Brexit day of farce, and on top of it, except, night of

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farce! They say the wages of sin is death, the wages of Brexit is a

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humiliating exit. Julia, all your fault! Everything is my fault! Very

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depressing. We will all change our names to Icelandic names. That works

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me. It's extraordinary that one eighth of the publishing of Iceland

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has been there to watch. I'm going to move there, more volcanoes. And

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they are all part-time players. Roy Hodgson gets the highest salary, in

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cash, of any manager out of the tournament. In the end he did not

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have it come he talked about the players as young and hungry and

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extremely talented, supposedly the new golden generation, the last

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golden generation were stillborn, in Germany. And the Telegraph, somebody

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has unkindly suggested if we could show this, a collective cheer went

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up around the whole of Europe after this. That's horrible. Is it really

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horrible? They might say, karma because of the way that some England

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fans have behaved. At the end of the day Iceland played better. Not just

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scoring more goals. They were really exciting and fun to watch, our lot

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are a bunch of overpaid...! This is terrible! I divorced myself from

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your comment! They spend more time doing their hair. Joe Hart does

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advertisements for Head and Shoulders. We will have to leave it

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there, thank you both much for coming in. Now time for a look at

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the with Louise. Foremost a quiet day with decent

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sunshine, a scattering of showers, fairly persistent, and users across

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North and west Scotland, they'll

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