Brexit, Russia v England, advertising bans in London
Monday was first day that EU markets have really been spooked by a possible "Brexit".
The campaigns have gotten very personal, especially against Boris Johnson. The vote is on June 23.
A group of "well‐trained" Russian hooligans were behind the violence in Marseille when Russia played England in a Euro 2016 match.
The 150 Russian football supporters "were well prepared for ultra‐rapid, ultra‐violent action" and were able to evade arrest, a city prosecutor said.
More than 30 people have been injured ‐ four seriously, and most of them England fans.
A total of 20 people have been arrested after 3 days of disorder in the French city.
New London mayor Sadiq Khan plans to ban ads across the London transport system (the Tube & buses) promoting unhealthy or unrealistic body images, starting from next month.
He says “As the father of two teenage girls, I am extremely concerned about this kind of advertising which can demean people, particularly women, and make them ashamed of their bodies. It is high time it came to an end.”
UK Correspondent Dan Whitehead joined Paul Henry this morning.