Egypt's Political Future `Unpredictable'

July 4 (Bloomberg) -- Robert Bowker, adjunct professor in the Centre for Arab and Islamic Studies at Australian National University and a former Australian ambassador to Egypt, talks about Egypt's political outlook. Mohamed Mursi was ousted from power as Egypt's president a year after his election, in what it said was a bid to restore stability in a nation polarized by his Islamist leadership. Bowker speaks from Canberra with Susan Li on Bloomberg Television's "First Up." (Source: Bloomberg)

Blair on Brexit -- a 'Foolish Risk to Take'
58:18 - Former U.K. Prime Minister Tony Blair said he believes British voters will “do the sensible thing” and vote to stay in the European Union in next month’s referendum. “If we were to leave, it would put a level of economic insecurity into the ordinary family household that I think most people would think is a foolish risk to take,” Blair said in a Bloomberg Television interview at the Milken InstituteGlobal Conference in Los Angeles Tuesday.
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