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of Black Lives Matter. Is the Legend of Cars and king of swingers? We

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have that and other top releases in the Film Review -- Tarzan. Welcome

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to a look at what the papers will bring us tomorrow morning.

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With me are the journalist Eva Simpson and the economics editor

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Andy Murray image is on the front of the Guardian -

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The Guardian lead story is what it says is a "dramatic rise"

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in the number of people being referred to gender

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It also reports Angela's Eagles bid to challenge Jeremy Corbyn.

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The Mirror has an exclusive interview with Angela Eagle.

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She tells the paper how she want to repair the divisions

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she believes are ripping the Labour Party apart.

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The Telegraph also reports on Ms Eagles leadership bid.

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It leads on an reported personal apology from Andrea Leadsom

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to the Home Secretary, Theresa May, after Mrs Leadsom appeared

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to suggest being a mother made her a better candidate to be

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The Times leads with the news that Theresa May is promising to "curb

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executive pay and install employees on company boards" in a bid to crack

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The Daily Express reports that too, saying that Theresa May's

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is pledging to - in its words - "create a Britain for everyone

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The Daily Mail claims foreign patients are being prioritised

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for NHS operations while it says that British patients are to wait up

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The Metro leads: Tories and Labour's leadership war -

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as well as focusing on new statistics which,

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it says shows criminals being allowed to break the law

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And the Sun shows Andy Murray clutching his Wimbeldon trophy

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after beating Canadian Milos Raonic in Wimbeldon final.

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Let's get cracking with the Times. Theresa May say in what we might

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have expected. You remember the general election in 2015... That was

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a long time ago. They have a platform of making reform to

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capitalism, challenging big business. It was rubbish from the

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Tories but now it has been adopted wholesale from Theresa May. She says

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she will put what Mary workers on company boards. With got to reduce

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the gap between rich and poor. We have got to make capitalism work for

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everyone, it could have been spoken by Ed Miliband -- We've got. Very

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interesting. She thinks that is the way to pitch herself to the country.

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She is trying to distance Andrea Leadsom and herself but between

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David Cameron and George Osborne, repudiating the way things have been

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going for the last six years. Is it a tentative approach given the

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Labour Party? It feels like a general election pitch. It is only a

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members of the Conservative Party who will vote on who the next Prime

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Minister will be. It is really quite strange. It feels like her pitch to

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the nation. She is setting out how she will approach things. This is

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her pitch on business. She says she is going to curb executive pay.

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There are lots of promises. No beef, as they say. No beef on how it will

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pan out. It remains to be seen. It will be interesting to see if she is

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challenged on these points when she talks later. It is all about the

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parties. The Daily Mirror has a photo of Angela Eagle. It also has

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what it says is an exclusive interview with Angela Eagle. A very

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serious looking picture, which is presumably to match their headline.

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My fight to save Labour. Indeed. Given that tomorrow she will launch

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her bit for the leadership, we know Jeremy Corbyn won't stand down.

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There is an epic battle that is about to be unleashed. It could

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split the Labour Party. Even though she says she wants to save it and

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bring it together, her actions could split the party. I spoke with

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someone today from the Labour Party and she was furious by what she was

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doing and thought it was counter-productive. She doesn't have

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a huge amount of ambition and around her up until now. There is a sense

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that we need someone to bring this to a head. She did some good

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performances in PMQs. She was effective, funny. She has that on

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her CV already. She feels she needs to be there for the good of the

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party. Saving the Labour Party is the key theme. It is not about me,

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it is about the Labour Party. One of the other papers saying she has

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problems in their own backyard with Corbyn supporters. The Times, on the

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Labour story, we've got this interesting story on the right. I

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will see you in court, Jeremy Corbyn tells Labour MPs. It isn't clear if

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he will be on the ballot. He says he should automatically be on the

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ballot. And he has been challenged. Angela Eagle says he needs 51 MPs

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supporting him. He would have 40 in a vote of no-confidence. It look

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likely. Jeremy Corbyn will take his own party to court if he is not on

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the ballot. These are brutal times. Talking about trying to save the

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whole thing. See you in court. If they get it so he is not on the

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ballot and he is excluded, this very popular figure, how will members

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react? Will they leave the Labour Party or fight on? Will they say

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they were betrayed by the party? If it ends up in court, it is just the

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beginning. We are too young, of course. It is starting to feel,

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including the rhetoric, like the early 80s, when it was on the battle

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of the rulebook, and saying, no, you can't do this. There were court

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cases and ultimately a split. Our people serious about that now? They

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are certainly talking about it -- Are. A centrist party with Tory

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Remainers even. It is all up in the air with all parties. Who knows what

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it will look like when it settles. Meanwhile, the Telegraph. They say

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sorry is the hardest word but apparently Andrea Leadsom said sorry

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to chorizo may. -- said sorry to Theresa May. She has given another

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interview to the Telegraph and she said she had spoken to Theresa May

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and told her how sorry she is for any hurt she has caused and this was

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the suggestion in her interview to the Times, that she would make a

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better Prime Minister because she is a mother and Theresa May isn't. That

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has dominated all the headlines this weekend. Looks like she is drawing a

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line underneath it. She wants us to move on. I don't think Theresa May

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wants to move on. Was she naive, being too clever, stitched up? She

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was very naive. Not so much in the comments which she believed in. It

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was the fact that she denied she had said it even though it was on tape.

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She said she didn't mean to say it. Well, you did say it. She didn't

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mean for it to be reported. I didn't think they would publish it. It was

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very unprofessional, the whole way it was handled and it underlines her

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inexperience. Will members mark her down or will they think who cares?

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There are many seizing on that. So Eric Pickles, a bruiser in political

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terms, elegantly said she clearly doesn't have the experience -- Sir.

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She isn't the first politician to use her children to gain brownie

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points amongst the electorate. There was a move which was effective in

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building Tony Blair as an ordinary family man who was in touch with

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voting concerns. The insinuation was she wasn't in touch. Theresa May

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wasn't in Dutch, whereas she was. -- touch. It was all about exit, with

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good news in the Telegraph. Do you drive? Yes. Are you fed up with how

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expensive your insurance is? Yes. According to the Telegraph, a Brexit

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worst for women drivers, it says we could get a better deal on car

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insurance because they are going to scrap EU rules on gender neutral

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pricing. That sounds like a fantastic idea. It goes onto say

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that AA has said it has doubts whether this will be overturned

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because the has been adapted and it would be too costly to arm do. The

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insurance companies might lose money. LAUGHTER.

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It sounds good. Yes. I have never been a member of Sheila's Wheels but

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I am sure there are plenty of other good insurance companies. Good news

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stories of the Brexit. Let's get something on the front of the Daily

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Telegraph, which is a huge Brexit progressive. We can't avoid talking

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about, nor should we, the photo on the top of the Telegraph of Andy

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Murray beaming. I love this on the Daily Mail. What a great photo.

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After he won I thought he was just clutching this trophy like a baby.

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It was just, like, anyone come near him and he would sort of be really

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cross. It was a fantastic match. Something to really lift the whole

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nation. Milos Raonic wasn't... He is no pushover. He earned it. 140 miles

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an hour is serving straight to the body -- hour serving. That

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expression on his face, he does look like a dad holding his debut. And we

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even had tears at one point as well. One final one has come in from the

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Sun, slightly more typical Andy Murray expression... They caught him

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in mid- air pumping expression, still clutching the trophy. He won't

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let that go. A lot of the time post- Wimbledon photos are quite warring.

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He has done us proud -- boring. We don't normally associate Andy Murray

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with a lot of character. The first time he won he said he didn't really

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enjoy it. He didn't remember much about what happened. He felt the

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pressure more than he felt it this time. Afterwards he can really enjoy

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and relish it. The great headline, new bawls... He was crying a lot. I

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think that was just hayfever. Maybe. It is that time of year. It is

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always a pleasure, thank you for being with us on BBC News. That is

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