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Hello and welcome to our look ahead to what the papers will be
With me are the FT's Energy Correspondent, Kiran Stacey,
and the head of news at The Times, Fay Schlesinger.
What have you been up to lately? BOTH: Not much!
The FT leads with EU leaders putting a dampener on Britain's hopes
to enter the single market on its own terms.
The i has what it calls, "Labour's fight to the death"
as Jeremy Corbyn continues to come under pressure to quit
The Metro is running a picture of what it says is one
of the suicide bombers responsible for yesterday's attack
at Istanbul's Ataturk airport, apparently walking next to a pilot
The Guardian's main headline is the race to become
the new Conservative leader with both Boris Johnson
and Theresa May expected to announce their campaigns tomorrow.
The Times has more that story, too, concentrating on May's bid,
The Daily Express focuses on Johnson's bid, who they say
is the clear favourite to enter Number 10.
The Telegraph leads with a leaked email by Sarah Vine,
Michael Gove's wife, that warns her husband not to back
Boris Johnson without "specific" guarantees on immigration controls.
Did you absorb all of that? Let us start with The Express. With whom is
Boris a clear favourite? I don't know. It's interesting that the
headline is, I want to be your PM. If he is PM. There is remarkably
little about him on what -- what he might want to do as PM. We haven't
seen a lot of him have we? He's been dominating. It's less than a week
since we voted to leave the yet what is dominating is domestic politics.
He has been in our faces four weeks ended will be interesting to see
whether it has helped him or not. We've got polling out today which
shows it's perhaps the opposite and that his exposure has not helped.
But he's not been very visible in the last couple of days? There's a
hash tag, where's Boris? Gordon Brown and Osborne used to stay
hidden and then pop up at the last minute. Not everyone is convinced
about him. In the Daily Telegraph we have concerns from Sarah Vine. She
accidentally sent an e-mail to someone it wasn't meant to go to. A
member of the public? She didn't want it to go to that person. She
said, out you go campaigning but make sure you get everything you can
from Boris. Some are casting that that we need to get assurances on
be about external politics. We don't be about external politics. We don't
know exactly what she means but everyone loves to get insight into
spices. If you look at the e-mail... There's nothing particularly bad but
it's a glimpse into the machinations behind-the-scenes. They do not see a
two eye on everything about Brexit. So if we aren't presented with the
ticket like Gove and Boris there will be clear water between the two
of them. May flowers to heal division in the Tory litter ship
bid. She is given a 17 point lead over Boris. She has been far left
visible during this, hasn't she -- leadership. I bet most people don't
realise she was in support of Remain. She almost did nothing will
stop this poll that The Times Has shows her head by a large gap and
it's quite extraordinary. The irony is that what Boris Johnson might
have done is, in winning the referendum, he's created a situation
which is uncertain and in that scenario voters want stability and
milk -- middle-of-the-road reliability. He's not the man to
give them that. Also promising a Brexit czar, isn't she? I think
what's interesting about her pitch is that she's very much pushing a
one nation conservatism in the way Cameron did at his last conference
speech. She talks about how white working-class boys are not achieving
educationally and black people are targeted and a crime and MPs don't
understand the working class and that's aside with sticker Boris as
she casts him out elitist. She says she can be the working -- unifying
factor. The problem he will have is that he's faced into many directions
during the course of his career. In the second term as mayor he said...
Journalist said the great thing is that he's liberal, believes in free
trade and free borders but believes in game Madden -- marriage and is
modern and forward-thinking. Now, he's trying to wrote back because he
sees the tide going the other way -- trying to row back. You can see this
with the candidates and voters don't believe them. Theresa may has been
in a heavyweight role, hasn't she? Yes, the last -- longest serving
Home Secretary of this century. We have seen Corbyn talking tonight in
central London and it didn't sound like he was preparing to quit. No,
what we are seeing is that his language is that he is standing firm
and he has a mandate from the grassroots of Labour members who
overwhelmingly backed him. You couldn't get more voices though
calling for him to leave. A newly appointed member of the Shadow
Cabinet resigns 51 hours later. We understand he is ready to go but
people around him like McDonald are staying -- saying stand firm. A lot
of the unions have come at tonight saying they don't want the contest
at all but it may be necessary although Corbyn would be their
candidate. It will be interesting to know what his endgame is. What do
they want to get out of this? It looks like they're giving up for the
party to split. What they are lobbying for is to have a continuity
parties so they get the funding, databases and the name Labour and
they let the party go off. Is hard to see how Corbyn can bring the
party back together. If I was a Labour MP I do worry about the poll
of Tory members who seem in June with where the Tory as -- is at.
They want to reason may and voters more generally also one that but
Labour members are way away from what voters in the country want and
that is the tension which is difficult to figure out for the
party. A quick look at The Daily Mirror. There's an interesting
picture of a sideways look by Tom Watson to Jeremy Corbyn earlier in
the day at the Polish centre they visited. Tom Watson said he tried to
negotiate with Jeremy Corbyn but he's having none of it. Meanwhile,"
Watson clears the way for Eco-challenge". Angela Eagle is
being named as a potential challenger. There's a lot of touring
and found today whether she would go for it. The word was that maybe
Margaret Hodge would go for it. I think there's a lot of moving parts
and labour and nobody knows who will. Angela Eagle is someone who is
pretty much unknown to almost every voter so in a way this would be a
candidate whose first job would be to reunite the party, not to go out
there and pitched to the country. Just figure out if there is a viable
party to lead. Does she stand a good chance? The issue is not whether she
can get the support of her fellow MPs because we think she can get 51
MPs to name her, is whether Corbyn goes back on the ballot paper after.
If he does, indications are that the country and Labour members would
back him. Anyone who opposes him is to keep him off the ballot paper.
This could end up in the law courts. Whether he is allowed back on the
ballot or not and it's extraordinary. The Financial Times
now. If there is no freedom of movement concessions and Nicola
Sturgeon met Jean-Claude Juncker. He says or EU says Scotland as part of
UK and that's who we have to deal with. If a slight misconception to
say we'd expected anything other than this. There are requirements if
you want to remain part of the single market. You have to have
freedom of movement. Some say the French finance minister is saying
everything is on the table and it possible Britain should have curbs
on migration and have some access to the single market. Angela Merkel is
saying you had to choose between the two. Make your choice. And now The
Daily Mail. There's a little bit more flexibility shown by Finland's
Deputy Prime Minister. I don't doubt that. But as long as Germany remain
opposed, that's what matters. Two things matter. What does Germany say
what does it need to protect the institutions of the new. It is in
their interest to give Britain a bad to deter other countries. Wasn't
that always the way? Moving on to a different story. We talked about
this all day. This is one of the three suicide bombers that carried
out the attack at the Ataturk airport any stumble. They are trying
to work out who the people are. What strikes you most is the modus
operandi with the Brussels airport attack. Three men arrived by taxi as
they did in Brussels and they came fully equipped. They took advantage
of the fact they didn't need to go through high-level security and we
know a week area in airports is before you get to the security
barriers. In the area you could do this at a shopping centre, but there
is something about airports we associate with terror and ISIS know
it is a powerful place to hit. You don't even have to go very far in to
find security. We don't know if they ran past security or not. Something
people asked after Russells is whether we should have security at
the doors. Some airports demand to see tickets before you can enter the
airport but the danger is you create a crowd just outside the door and
not inside the door which becomes a target on its own. That's one of the
reasons why airports are such targets because there's not a lot
you can do to control such a huge area. It shows what a shopping
turkey is on, doesn't it? Is called on the international community to
tackle terrorism as it has it right tackle terrorism as it has it right
on its door. This attack seems to be with a Western focus. It's your
wrist -- Europe's third biggest airport. We've seen other attacks on
to list targets but not this kind of attack in Turkey. The Daily Star. It
could have serious ramifications if you get your way. Yes. There were so
many roles at for grabs. Chuck your CV in, David, and see! Beckham would
be popular in many roles, wouldn't he? We got kicked out by Iceland
which is pretty much the worst thing to happen for our football team.
This suggests Beckham could take the lead. He is enormously popular. My
suggestion is he could go for Tory or Labour leadership really unite
the country. Jean-Claude Juncker has been kissing everyone at the moment
so maybe his role as well. He is popular and has support from
middle-class and working-class people. The unity candidate. I think
he's your -- more likely to be laid a leader than England manager.
Anything could happen at the moment. There's no certainty the moment.
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