Matt Smith and Chloe Tilley present the latest news, with reporters and correspondents at home and abroad. Plus a flick through the weekend papers and a preview of the weekend's sporting action.
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Eleanor Oldroyd and Arlo White present a double-header featuring England's final warm-up for the World Cup, with a friendly against Jamaica at Old
Trafford (2.00pm kick-off) and, at 4.20, the showpiece of the flat-racing season - the Derby at Epsom.
Plus news from cricket's Third Test between England and Sri Lanka, the French Open tennis and golf. Your World Cup guide: centre pages
2/2. Former Sun editor Kelvin MacKenzie recalls 30 years of sordid milestones in the history of the World Cup, with prominent guests resurrecting stories involving match fixing, mafia hits, shoplifting and late-night kebabs. This edition recalls the tabloids' sensationalistic exposes of World Cup stars.
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