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the entrance of the terminal after police fired at them. That is the


latest we have. Any more we will bring it to you in about an hour.


Now it is time for the papers. Hello and welcome to our look ahead


to what the papers will be With me are Miranda Green


from the Financial Times. And the senior political


correspondent at the Daily Telegraph,


Christopher Hope. The Guardian leads with Nigel Farage


winning the support of the far-right French deputy Marine Le Pen over


Brexit. The FT concentrates


on David Cameron's meeting with the EU leaders for the first


time since Thursday's referendum. The Independent leads


on Nigel Farage telling MEPs that they had never done "a proper


job" in their lives. The Metro concentrates


on Jeremy Corbyn's refusal to resign after losing a vote of no confidence


in his leadership. The Telegraph's top story


is David Cameron's urge to reform the EU's freedom of movement


rules if it has any hope of maintaining close economic


ties with the continent. The Daily Express focusing on David


Cameron. We will start with the turkey story.


Massacre at the airport, in the Mirror. 28 dead, 60 injured and


three suicide bombers. An horrific attack on Turkey which of course is


a nation that is the geographical bridge between Europe and the Middle


East and vulnerable to attack. It has a long border with Syria. It is


also a wake-up call in that he we are examining our national navel


because our political system is slightly imploding after the Brexit


vote, but this is the reality of international politics. We are all


faced with the threat of crisis every day. The famous quote about


the IRA years ago, security services have to be lucky every day.


Terrorists only have to be lucky once. They get through the barriers


and can wreak carnage like this. Horrendous. The suggestion is it is


Islamic State, they seem to be claiming responsibility, and not


Kurdish separatists. We will wait to see what happens overnight but it is


a shocking reminder outside the psychodrama we have been going


through the past week. The real world is dangerous and Turkey is


vulnerable to the attacks because of the long land border. The front page


in the Mirror tonight is a real reminder that while we worry about


the future and the EU, a regulatory body, really, the real world is


carrying on. Also, as with the terror attack on Tunisia, the


tourist economy is incredibly important to Turkey. Anything at the


beginning of the summer that worries tourists and prevents people going


on holiday to Turkish beaches is seriously bad for the economy. It


has gone down 45%, I think, tourism in Turkey, as a result. Back to the


psychodrama! Mr Corbyn. We will get to the conservative psychodrama


later. Please go. Front page of the Metro. 172 MPs voted against him in


the vote of confidence. 402I think were on his side. And he is refusing


to go. He is getting more popular. -- 42, I think. He is still short of


the 50 at the moment. He may need. There is a debate as to whether or


not he will get on the leadership ballot. The smart money seems to be


he is that as the man already in job. The party is taking legal


advice. We are told it means he can stand again on the ticket. The truth


is it is... It will make no difference. Even if he loses a vote


of no confidence, a leadership election, it will go to the and the


?3, ?1 for younger members, will sign up again and sign him back as


leader. The support he has. Around 2000 of these supporters the Jeremy


Corbyn last night at Parliament Square were charmed in his name and


saying he will not go anywhere and inside MPs were shouting about him


and being rude about him. A dramatic moment. This is heading towards a


leadership contest. Is that what the rebels, those in the PLP, believed.


Is it what they should have pushed from the beginning, rather than try


to get him to resign? It has raised the anger of everyone, you are


subverting the Labour Party constitution, trying to slip out


through the back door. There has always been a difference of opinion


inside the moderate Labour Party. The Blairites have sapped the whole


thing out but there are not many of those to be fair. Within the


moderate party there were those who thought he had been elected with an


enormous mandate, we must try to make it work. People like Angela


Eagle, the difference now, people who spent a year serving under


Jeremy Corbyn and trying to balance the interests of the wider potential


Labour electorate and the left-wing membership, they have thrown in the


towel and said it is unsustainable and he cannot lead and that is


because during the Brexit referendum he was an incredibly ineffective


advocate for Remain. As Chris rightly says, confrontation between


the MPs and membership still loyal to Corbyn will only go one way. I


think if it happens, the Labour Party could spit. They still can't


win an election and in the end democracy is about elections, not


about small group 's of activists to feel great because they agree --


split. Last year loads of people voted the Jeremy Corbyn and he blew


the field of the stage and a year later, the elite, maybe, is not


happy, they are trying to do him it. The Brexit vote, lots of people


voted for Brexit. And now trying to pick at ideas with second


referendum, let's have a rethink, delay article 58 few years. You have


the people speak, the establishment doesn't like it, and they are cross.


These people are the servants of the people, not the masters. I don't


agree with that. The membership of a political party is not the people


but a self-selected group. Alastair Campbell said Dave Labour was


turning itself into a sect, and that is not democracy. It is encouraging


a small number to congratulate themselves on not think of the wider


needs of the nation. The Financial Times, Cameron blaming Brexit defeat


on EU failure to tackle immigration. It is interesting because there are


briefings in several papers about what camera's interaction with the


other European leaders has been today and it says he has been quite


confrontational with them and said immigration across the EU totally


fit free movement of people and Labour is a problem for all averse


and I have lost my referendum because of it and you have got to


tackle it because your people are not happy with it either. He says as


we move out of this crisis they will have to give the UK some sort of


restriction on immigration. It will be difficult because the other EU


leaders including Angela Merkel are saying, no, cherry picking. We have


a clip of the Prime Minister speaking. Great concern about the


movement of people and immigration. I think that is coupled with a


concern about the issues of sovereignty and the ability to


control these things. I think we need to think about that. Europe


needs to think about that. I think it will be a major task for the next


Prime Minister. Moving onto the next Prime Minister potentially, a man


called Boris. Only Boris can ensure Tory election win said a poll.


Christopher it is in your paper. It is all true! There is a battle going


on in the Tory party. David Cameron resigned last week and now, the


nominations open tomorrow and close on the following day. Liam Fox is


likely to declare. Stephen Crabb. The next day, Boris Johnson and


Theresa May and that will probably be the four who go forward to


voting. Boris is trying to say he thinks he can win, he can reach out.


To be clear, this is a Boris poll in a paper he writes for? On the front


page. Only Boris can ensure Tory election win! It is a poll. What is


that, Christopher? It is an excellent story. I say, well said.


To Clive. I disagree. Chris was giving this cautionary tale about


what happened in the Labour leadership election last summer in


that the anyone but Corbyn, we must stop Corbyn effort failed totally.


People don't like that. The history of Tory leadership elections is


interesting. It is not usually the front runner. Could it be different?


Could any effort to mount a campaign of anyone but Boris were? There have


been stories of backbenchers strong-armed by the whips, which is


a regular, saying you must back Theresa May. Stop Boris could be


doomed because it puts up people'sracks. The Guardian. Marie


Le Pen looked at Nigel Farage and said, look at how beautiful history


is! After Nigel Farage spoke in the European Parliament. Marine Le Pen


seem to be the only Freddy Head in there. It was Nigel's moment. It is


worth watching again. He is saying, quickly he said, when I came here 17


years ago and said I wanted to launch a campaign to get Britain to


leave the EU, you laughed at me. You are not laughing at me now. Laughing


at me now, are you? ! Has it made it more difficult for us to get what we


want? Possibly. As the nation mops its brow after the vote and there is


anger on the Leave and Remain side. One thing everyone in the UK agrees


on nobody likes Jean-Claude Juncker. He has been very firm with the


British. Maybe this is firming up to be an anti-British mood in Brussels.


Thanks. That is it. Thanks for watching.


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