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hello and welcome to our look ahead to what the the papers will be bringing us tomorrow. with me are the political strategist, jo tanner, and the journalist and broadcaster, daisy mcandrew. good evening to both of you. tomorrow's front pages starting with. the end of coronavirus restrictions takes the lead on the front page of the ft. it reports that the government is shifting the onus of enforcing rules onto companies as individuals as legal requirements are set to change on monday. and scrapping those laws could see vaccine passports introduced for the first time in the uk as the prime minister urgese �*extreme caution�* — that's according to the telegraph. also focusing on the lifting of covid restrictions — the guardian leads with reports that the lifting comes
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�*despite fears of" exit wave�* and 200 deaths a day�*. and stay away — the i reports that while rules lift, almost four million clinically vulnerable people have been told to avoid people who haven�*t had both jabs. the front of the mail questions how long the freedoms given onjuly nineteenth will last for. it reports that the prime minister says restrictions could return in september if new freedoms are abused. and how the night turned ugly — the mirror depicts the aftermath of last night�*s european championship final and the racist abuse that followed. we will give you all the details once that is downloaded. the i°ys joys of computer entry on these systems. mr if we may, do you want to kick us off with the son, we have got your back. to kick us off with the son, we have got your back-— got your back. yes, this is the front page _ got your back. yes, this is the front page where _ got your back. yes, this is the front page where they - got your back. yes, this is the front page where they are - got your back. yes, this is the i front page where they are saying effectively, pledging support publicly for the three players who
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had unsuccessful penalties in the final and have suffered absolutely astonishing abuse online from so—called fans, shall we put it, that�*s what they call themselves and i�*m not sure if any of us who are england fans genuinely believe their fans when they treat their team like that. it has caused absolute outrage and quite rightly so. but it raises and quite rightly so. but it raises a lot of questions about the place of racism in football and where it certainly should not be. at the authorities have got an awful lot of work to do in terms of how this is handled, but a bench on the country you talk to organisations involved in trying to stamp out racism and when they say their complaints are coming fast regularly, only local to me that he was kicked out of the competition recently because they promoted their players was racially abused and they decided to leave the plea field as a result and they were
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kicked out of the competition as a result of these were 12 and 13—year—olds. so what lesson are we teaching younger people? it�*s a teaching younger people? it's a really interesting _ teaching younger people? it's a really interesting example - teaching younger people? it's a really interesting example of the mixed messages because the method from the top of football is that recent behaviour is unacceptable and yet what happened is that a team takes a stand on principle and that it is not backed up because that�*s a breach of the rules. exactly and i think that�*s where we have heard a lot today about social media companies having a responsibility which they do, and i think that�*s right that they are called upon but also individuals have a responsibility to behave appropriately. and we have gotten to appropriately. and we have gotten to a terrible stage where anyone who is on tv. fin a terrible stage where anyone who is on tv. ., , ., ., ., on tv. on the top of their game or on tv. on the top of their game or on the way — on tv. on the top of their game or on the way up _ on tv. on the top of their game or on the way up in — on tv. on the top of their game or on the way up in their— on tv. on the top of their game or on the way up in their game, - on tv. on the top of their game or i on the way up in their game, whether it be football, tennis or even broadcasting tonight after there will be a bunch of people having an opinion on my performance and daisy posner performance and use comments
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and language that they think is appropriate and everyone else will think it is not. and it�*s a terrible state of affairs. but when you are looking at a sport which is, several times in history has united the nation, i hope we will also see the nation, i hope we will also see the nation united against the racism that has been demonstrated, the vile behaviour demonstrated against the pleasure last night and it�*s good to see them taking such a stance. that see them taking such a stance. at the striking front page isn't it the striking front page isn�*t it daisy? it the striking front page isn't it dais ? , ., ., ., ., , daisy? it is and we wonder how many times we have _ daisy? it is and we wonder how many times we have been _ daisy? it is and we wonder how many times we have been here _ daisy? it is and we wonder how many times we have been here before, - daisy? it is and we wonder how many l times we have been here before, what else needs _ times we have been here before, what else needs to be done, words are easy, _ else needs to be done, words are easy, front — else needs to be done, words are easy, front pages are easy but actually— easy, front pages are easy but actually making some real progress, with three _ actually making some real progress, with three heartened to see that one of these _ with three heartened to see that one of these scumbags looks like he's lost his_ of these scumbags looks like he's lost hisjob. it also how idiotic are they— lost hisjob. it also how idiotic are they they post these messages and allow_ are they they post these messages and allow themselves to be identified, it does show you a level of stupidity. they were the club discover — of stupidity. they were the club discover that one of these racists was a _
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discover that one of these racists was a season ticket holder and has banned _ was a season ticket holder and has banned them. but these are small messages — banned them. but these are small messages and obviously a much, much bigger— messages and obviously a much, much bigger problem here. and we saw the conversation being started by the fact that — conversation being started by the fact that the players were taking the knee — fact that the players were taking the knee. and lots of people decided that this _ the knee. and lots of people decided that this was a very divisive thing to do. _ that this was a very divisive thing to do, ulcers or conversations about black— to do, ulcers or conversations about black lives — to do, ulcers or conversations about black lives matter and whether they were a _ black lives matter and whether they were a marxist organisation and something that we should be involved in but _ something that we should be involved in but i _ something that we should be involved in but i always felt the whole conversation was a red herring. that really— conversation was a red herring. that really what — conversation was a red herring. that really what these kids come these players _ really what these kids come these players are trying to do was say we are still— players are trying to do was say we are still being racially abused, and we want _ are still being racially abused, and we want to— are still being racially abused, and we want to do something about it. i don't _ we want to do something about it. i don't necessarily think that taking the knee — don't necessarily think that taking the knee is the answer to everything, but at least now we can all see _ everything, but at least now we can all see what they felt so passionately. we have all been reminded hideously that racism is alive and — reminded hideously that racism is alive and well as a beating heart at the centre — alive and well as a beating heart at the centre of a lot of football fans — the centre of a lot of football fans and _ the centre of a lot of football fans. and something must be done, but it's_ fans. and something must be done, but it's literally something must be done, _ but it's literally something must be
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done, something more. tiers; done, something more. very interesting — done, something more. very interesting what _ done, something more. very interesting what you - done, something more. very interesting what you say - done, something more. - interesting what you say because i guess that sort of view prompted the england defender to actually kind of rebuke the home sector to say you are condemning what we had to put up with any on that abuse, thanks for doing that but how do you square that with what you had said earlier about condemning our exactly what you�*re saying, or making decisions to take the knee because we were making a point about existing racism, not making bigger political point? racism, not making bigger political oint? �* ., , , point? and there are problems with the black lives _ point? and there are problems with the black lives matter _ point? and there are problems with the black lives matter movement, l point? and there are problems with i the black lives matter movement, and some of— the black lives matter movement, and some of their core principles but i wish _ some of their core principles but i wish that— some of their core principles but i wish that taking india was not assisted — wish that taking india was not assisted with black lives matter, i think— assisted with black lives matter, i think most— assisted with black lives matter, i think most people possibly heads it isn't but _ think most people possibly heads it isn't but it— think most people possibly heads it isn't but it will feel it's like almost _ isn't but it will feel it's like almost the least they can do. and priti patel. — almost the least they can do. and priti patel, itruly almost the least they can do. and priti patel, i truly understand the free—speech element that if fans don't _ free—speech element that if fans don't approve of taking the knee they should be allowed to voice that, _ they should be allowed to voice that, but — they should be allowed to voice that, but i think most feel in our
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heart _ that, but i think most feel in our heart of— that, but i think most feel in our heart of hearts that's not with the booing _ heart of hearts that's not with the booing was about, it was really rude and nasty— booing was about, it was really rude and nasty and a pleasant. and did not really— and nasty and a pleasant. and did not really have a place in football. but of _ not really have a place in football. but of course this racism story has overshadowed the other hideous old—fashioned hooliganism story in the fact— old—fashioned hooliganism story in the fact that wembley was completely overrun, _ the fact that wembley was completely overrun, unprepared. there was blood streaming _ overrun, unprepared. there was blood streaming in_ overrun, unprepared. there was blood streaming in and around wembley. which _ streaming in and around wembley. which is _ streaming in and around wembley. which is another, that's a national disgrace _ which is another, that's a national disgrace and humiliation and probably cost us getting the 2030 world _ probably cost us getting the 2030 world cup or may well have done. io, world cup or may well have done. 10, let's, i world cup or may well have done. let's, i hope it world cup or may well have done. irv, let's, i hope it will be able to let�*s, i hope it will be able to show in a minute from the daily mirror which i think we�*re just to show that because we cannot show it to you online. but this should give you an idea of it. i�*m just moving my mouse match and mouse. it�*s all very high—tech here. we do our own props. the plaintiff that is the
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ugly face of football returns. and that�*s an image of an officer with a head injury being helped by fellow officers and this was near wembley last night. we have heard scenes, we had one former player saying he left the stadium before the match because he felt the atmosphere was so threatening. i�*ve spoke to a young man earlier who could not get in and was kicked out because he had a real valid ticket and went back a second time with a paper ticket he got from the ticket office and they would not let him in because they thought he was not a legitimate fan. other people did get in. it is a sense that last night there was a lot of control and wembley which could have had a potentially much more serious and if someone with a more nefarious and if someone with a more nefarious and organised plan had taken advantage of it stop up and give her we are still in a pandemic and there was supposed to be testing going on, people were supposed to be tested before going to such an event. i�*ve
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been to wembley, i�*m a single mum adventure wembley many times with my son. i�*ve taken a group of young men to go and watch football. and we have watched england play on a few occasions. and my son was isolating for the past week because of his bubble at school. if for the past week because of his bubble at school.— for the past week because of his bubble at school. if they had not been the case _ bubble at school. if they had not been the case and _ bubble at school. if they had not been the case and someone - bubble at school. if they had not been the case and someone in i bubble at school. if they had not. been the case and someone in his bubble had tested positive i would have loved to have taken him along to soak up the atmosphere and he was saying, can i go? i said you are so ison you saying, can i go? i said you are so i son you cannot right now. but actually the idea that if we had gone to that environment that we almost saw those pictures of old, something that really eradicated from english football we thought, i think there�*s an awful lot of questions going on now with regards to with the authorities are doing and how in control they were. this classic problem we have gotten now of devices and how wish was to be
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able to use those with its boarding passes for planes or the vaccination status. and the tickets for example, and yet it�*s been utter chaos. there was a theatre last week as well they have problems with people where they had been, tickets had been mis—sold or something. and the idea of a ticket for one person we have as well against ray obligated. we�*re years on from the hillsboro disaster, there�*s been any safety concerns. and people should not feel that they cannot go to a football match that is safely run. even those people working there were probably quite traumatised for what they saw last night. quite traumatised for what they saw last ni . ht. , ., last night. understand their suggestions _ last night. understand their suggestions that _ last night. understand their suggestions that the - last night. understand their. suggestions that the stewards last night. understand their- suggestions that the stewards were staying off the record they felt they did not feel supported sufficiently by the police. there�*s another side to that which the police were putting themselves in the front line outside the stadium you could argue that it�*s not their responsibility what happens at a private venue involving a very big
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organisation that presumably has security staff. we don�*t know the full story so it�*s not for me to castjudgement on that. presumably there are questions that we need to be answered about that. do you want to just take on how the prime minister public position is blank into this? because we have on the front of the guardian, the rashford mural in manchester which was defaced. sometime overnight. and people have put on supportive, have covered the area that has been damaged with messages of support to marcus and the other players. and hearts and things. it�*s a heart—warming gesture, but only heart—warming gesture, but only heart—warming because somebody did something far less appealing first. but there�*s the story about boris johnson. tell us about it. but there's the story about boris johnson. tell us about it.- johnson. tell us about it. critics of boris johnson _ johnson. tell us about it. critics of boris johnson at _ johnson. tell us about it. critics of boris johnson at priti - johnson. tell us about it. critics of boris johnson at priti patel. johnson. tell us about it. critics l of boris johnson at priti patel are of borisjohnson at priti patel are saying they being hypocritical. and borisjohnson said today in his
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press conference talking about these racists. ~ ., ., ., racists. who had attacked the three enal racists. who had attacked the three penalty takers _ racists. who had attacked the three penalty takers who _ racists. who had attacked the three penalty takers who were _ racists. who had attacked the three penalty takers who were not - racists. who had attacked the three penalty takers who were not white, | penalty takers who were not white, and he _ penalty takers who were not white, and he said — penalty takers who were not white, and he said i hope you racists will crawl— and he said i hope you racists will crawl back— and he said i hope you racists will crawl back under the rock from under which _ crawl back under the rock from under which you _ crawl back under the rock from under which you have come out to make his comments _ which you have come out to make his comments. but people saying he is a hypocrite _ comments. but people saying he is a hypocrite. this story says, specifically saying it's exactly what — specifically saying it's exactly what we _ specifically saying it's exactly what we were talking about earlier that it's _ what we were talking about earlier that it's all — what we were talking about earlier that it's all about this business of taking _ that it's all about this business of taking the — that it's all about this business of taking the knee. ijust want to say one thing — taking the knee. ijust want to say one thing about wembley versus the stewards— one thing about wembley versus the stewards or the police. the thing that seems clear from reading it tonight— that seems clear from reading it tonight is— that seems clear from reading it tonight is that the ring of steel at the put _ tonight is that the ring of steel at the put around these big events simply— the put around these big events simply was not big enough. some of that the _ simply was not big enough. some of that the fence were able to get far too close — that the fence were able to get far too close to where the action was. they— too close to where the action was. they should've had their tickets checked. — they should've had their tickets checked, other stadiums would always have a _ checked, other stadiums would always have a much— checked, other stadiums would always have a much bigger save stone where you have _ have a much bigger save stone where you have to— have a much bigger save stone where you have to check tickets. in the
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stewards — you have to check tickets. in the stewards were clearly incapable of keeping _ stewards were clearly incapable of keeping those crowds back. and obviously — keeping those crowds back. and obviously the football association is going _ obviously the football association is going to get a whopping fine and possibly— is going to get a whopping fine and possibly worse. so it's clear that the very— possibly worse. so it's clear that the very big mistakes and the same thing _ the very big mistakes and the same thing happened in denmark's game. so they knew _ thing happened in denmark's game. so they knew. we thing happened in denmark's game. so the knew. ~ ., ., , ., they knew. we had a five days to sort it out- _ they knew. we had a five days to sort it out. and _ they knew. we had a five days to sort it out. and they _ they knew. we had a five days to sort it out. and they were - they knew. we had a five days to sort it out. and they were all- sort it out. and they were all takin: sort it out. and they were all taking screen _ sort it out. and they were all taking screen gaps _ sort it out. and they were all taking screen gaps of - sort it out. and they were all taking screen gaps of other. sort it out. and they were all- taking screen gaps of other peoples tickets _ taking screen gaps of other peoples tickets. try to get in on the same ticket~ _ tickets. try to get in on the same ticket~ so— tickets. try to get in on the same ticket. so there were red flags there — ticket. so there were red flags there that were not heeded. with there that were not heeded. with move on to. _ there that were not heeded. with move on to, because _ there that were not heeded. tn move on to, because interesting there that were not heeded. to move on to, because interesting that raises questions about covid security and covid checks. and we have the government to make this special dispensation despite the covid this restriction so we can
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keep this final at wembley. going a bit further now, lifting other legal restrictions almost last monday. and an exit wave and 200 deaths a day. what does the guardian make of this? the guardian is essentially saying that boris johnson the guardian is essentially saying that borisjohnson is pressing ahead despite warnings from government and santa cruz advisers to see this exit wave could result in more than 200 deaths a day. the prime minister has gone from his very bullish comments a few weeks ago to urging extreme caution. i was watching a press conference today and i felt like that matt lucas sketch which was go to work, don�*t go to work parity that he did. and as a bit of a problem here, some of the advice coming out today was essentially saying that there should be phase returns and returns with caution. it really does challenge businesses.

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