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This is BBC News with Martine Croxall.

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We'll be taking a look at tomorrow mornings papers in a moment -

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President Obama has condemned the killing of three police officers

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who were shot dead in the US city of Baton Rouge.

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The death of these three brave officers underscores the danger

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that police acroos the country confront every single day.

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And we as a nation have to be loud and clear that nothing justifies

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In Turkey, 6,000 people have been arrested as part

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of a major clampdown in the wake of the failed military coup.

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Owen Smith formally launches his Labour leadership challenge,

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saying the party needs to be "radical, but credible."

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Five people have been injured in a helicopter crash

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at the Breighton aerodrome in East Yorkshire.

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Coming up - the female ghostbusters and a Danish horror comedy about

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chickens. That's in the film review. Hello and welcome to our look ahead

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to what the the papers will be With me are Anne Ashworth,

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associate editor of The Times, The Express claims that the UK

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is on course for a quick exit from the EU, with what it says

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is a "string of trade deals" already The Telegraph carries

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a warning from Theresa May, ahead of the vote on renewing

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Trident, that the threat of nuclear of the attempted coup in Turkey,

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with President Erdogan threatening to deal with the plot leaders -

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or in his words, "these The Mail says the failed coup

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could scupper the EU's deal with Turkey over refugees

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from Syria, and could lead to what it calls "a

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fresh migrant surge". 6,000 soldiers, lawyers

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and judges have been arrested in the crackdown carried

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out by the Turkish government over The Times calls

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the Turkish crackdown And also carries on its front page

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the news of the three US While a break-in at new

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Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho's London home makes

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the headlines in The Sun. Let's start with The Mail. Fears of

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a migrant surge in Turkey. The bloody response could shatter

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refugee deal. Turkey trying to ensure that refugees did not make

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their way through to the European Union countries. Why might this

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happen? The Mail story is that this deal with Turkey, refugees coming

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into Greece and drop, following on from the coup, President Erdogan

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saying the arrest of people, 6000, the return of the death penalty,

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that Turkey could fall into such a state of crisis that these refugees

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will say you cannot send us back to Turkey but, actually, this is rather

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lame story. Turkey would have to become a failed state for the

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refugees to be able to please they could not go back there. -- lead. --

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asked. The government has control of the machine of the government so it

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is an entirely different thing. The response from the government is that

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is not what is going to happen. It is interesting how the important

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strategic Turkey, at the centre of so many things, and very

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importantly, the migrant crisis. That deal that migrant not cross the

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Aegean, seem to have slowed the tide of people coming over and you can

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see behind this is the great concern in the EU and US that if that starts

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to fail, all other agreements could fail. The president - we can see how

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clever he is that saying that we should not intervene in any way

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because then he could turn around and say that is the end of the

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migrant deal otherwise. I do not think the headline matches the

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story. There is a conviction that there will be a power grab,

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President Erdogan has the opportunity and he will not miss it.

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In The Guardian, President Erdogan pledging against cleric. Saying the

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moderate cleric residing in the US, Fethullah Gulen, is behind this. The

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huge amount of animosity. A huge amount of swelling rumour. Was it

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Fethullah Gulen, a 70-year-old cleric, who is supposed to have

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masterminded these? Was it masterminded by President Erdogan

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himself, that he engineered this so he would be able to seize power and

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finally silenced the descent within the army which sees its role in

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Turkish life as defending secularism. We have had several

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coups in Turkey. They created a secular Muslim country and President

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Erdogan has seen himself and many of his supporters would not like to see

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a secular Turkey. Whoever engineered the coup, it played into his hands.

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How much places are there in the presence? One of the reasons it did

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not go as well is because they did not have experience in military

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leaders in charge of it. But he arrested 29 of them. His argument

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that it was just a small section... What is interesting in that time is

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and that actually... Bank used his words which said this uprising is a

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gift from God to us it was this will be a reason to cleanse our army.

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When you have a speech like that, given outside a mosque, you can see

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how he is using religion without saying this is in the name of

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religion, how he is using religion to reshape Turkish society. It is a

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far cry from the language he used in terms of the intention of his AK

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Party when he was seeking election. This is a man whose palace is four

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times the size of Versailles. Did he not say the minaret is our aim that.

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-- bayonet. The is a section of the Turkish people who do not believe

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secularism is viable or necessary. Let's move on to The Express. New

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plans for a quicker excerpts. A bit of a problem because you cannot

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start writing trade deals until you have invoked Article 50. But they

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seem to think they are ahead of the curve. We have been raising our

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eyebrows a bit. We did some calculations outside while having a

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cup of tea and, if this man, David Davis, says he will have a large

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trade area eager than the European Union, probably ten times the size

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that now, if the EU GDP is 16 trillion that is a massive... $16

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trillion... The whole of the world is 106 trillion dollars which means

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we would end up with a trade deal of 160 trillion dollars. Maybe if new

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countries would be discovered... New planets! This is very cynical of you

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both. Putting the figures to one side, people were saying it would

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take ten years to agree on these trade deals but it appears they are

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making progress and it is not going to take that long. It is not until

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early next year we will trigger Article 50 which means the ALS is

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2019 and that is not that early and if the Brexit boat has taught us

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anything is that the country does not trust the political class and

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they should be aware of that now and not make statements which suggests

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they can do something that cannot be done. None of this ball scrutiny yet

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people are so staff because it sounds kind of impressive. Our

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producer wasn't the man with the calculator! He is a blushing,

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apparently. In the Telegraph, Trident. May, the Prime Minister,

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calling on MPs to back Trident when it gets voted upon. Where is this

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threat coming from? I think again, Theresa May in her first public

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statement on nuclear threats has over done it. It would be

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nonsensical to renounce nuclear weapons because it will not lead to

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nuclear disarmament but to say there is a risk of it, why should there be

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a risk? After all, and nuclear defence is based on our alliance

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with Nato and America and we having nuclear weapons does not make any

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difference but there is a case for saying that so many countries have

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them, why should we give it up? At some point today, Mr Corbyn said

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that his whole career had been involved in peace transformation -

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whatever that - we know that he is very violently against Trident. But

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you can put forward a Trident case without saying we are going to face

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nuclear devastation. You can say no other countries have no nuclear

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weapon. Jeremy Corbyn's ideas frankly do not hold water. But there

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is a cost of renewing at. But we are getting $350 million a week back

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from the EU and that will come in at a cracking pace. LAUGHTER He is

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cynical tonight. I think you both are! Quite jaded, like most people.

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It is very poor relies on, the Trident debate. In that Independent,

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a new centre-left party is needed. This is an historic opportunity to

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build a new alliance. It smacks of the gang of four in 1989. Yes, if

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these works, it could be more substantial. Let's say the Labour

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Party re-elected Jeremy Corbyn. We still have a big chunk of MPs still

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not happy with him. That could be the opposition was not would it be a

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rainbow coalition, a new party? It would bring together all the people

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not happy with the Conservatives and with Labour. There could be some

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appeal to this because I have been talking to young people lately and a

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stake they did not like Labour and could not see themselves are voting

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Tory. What a party in the centre? Wasn't that the Lib Dems? A party of

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all the talents... There would be some Conservatives but defections

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from Labour are very possible because they are insurrection. You

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are keen to get ahead of yourself tonight. Angela Eagle and Owen Smith

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champing at the bit to be Labour leader. Owen Smith has agreed that

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if more people agree to support Angela Eagle he would withdraw... I

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have to have a closer look at this guy, he's very JFK... What part of

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JFK? LAUGHTER. Charisma and he looked like a leader. Angela Eagle

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is quite a good cricketer so if she gets elected, we will have two

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leaders who are good cricketers. Angela Eagle... A friend of mine

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played with her and she's quite good offspinner. Off-spin! That is not

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easy or stop WoW. Finally, The Sun. Burglar... Burglar at a ?25 million

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home as the Manchester United boss watched TV.

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What is interesting about this story is he has gone from Manchester

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United but hasn't moved from Manchester. What does this say? Not

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a good time to be selling a house of that value in the London market. The

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top of the London market, a ?25 million property, he probably

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wouldn't find a ready buyer in the current market. And after Brexit,

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what would happen with his contract with Manchester United? I wonder

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what he was watching which was so engrossing quest Pack I believe it

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was the BBC News Channel. That is it for the papers. Coming up next, The

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Film Review.

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