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

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

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

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to what the papers will be With me are Miranda Green

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from the Financial Times. And the senior political

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correspondent at the Daily Telegraph,

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Christopher Hope. The Guardian leads with Nigel Farage

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

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Brexit. The FT concentrates

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

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time since Thursday's referendum. The Independent leads

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

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job" in their lives. The Metro concentrates

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

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in his leadership. The Telegraph's top story

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

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rules if it has any hope of maintaining close economic

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ties with the continent. The Daily Express focusing on David

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Cameron. We will start with the turkey story.

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

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

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

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

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

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because our political system is slightly imploding after the Brexit

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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a shocking reminder outside the psychodrama we have been going

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

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

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

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

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

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tourist economy is incredibly important to Turkey. Anything at the

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beginning of the summer that worries tourists and prevents people going

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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subverting the Labour Party constitution, trying to slip out

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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because during the Brexit referendum he was an incredibly ineffective

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advocate for Remain. As Chris rightly says, confrontation between

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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confrontational with them and said immigration across the EU totally

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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concern about the issues of sovereignty and the ability to

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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what happened in the Labour leadership election last summer in

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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Thanks. That is it. Thanks for watching.

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