UK News What the papers say – July 5

10:25  05 july  2018
10:25  05 july  2018 Source:   msn.com

What the papers say – June 26

  What the papers say – June 26 The vote for the third runway at Heathrow leads many of the papers.The Times runs with the Heathrow vote with MPs “overwhelmingly” backing a third runway, with the paper adding that Mr Johnson “provoked derision” after missing the vote.

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6. Article by the newspaper 's political section headlined "New Parties Not Set Up for Elections" says that few newly established political parties will stand in the autumn regional elections. July 5 , 2012/BBC Monitoring/©BBC.

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Fresh nerve agent poisonings in Wiltshire lead many of the papers on Thursday.

One of Britain’s major carmakers has also issued warnings over Brexit and its future in the UK.

The Times leads with the Amesbury incident, reporting Dawn Sturgess and Charlie Rowley, appeared to have been “accidentally exposed” to the nerve agent Novichok.

The Metro says the pair collapsed “dribbling and foaming at the mouth” on Saturday.

What the papers say – June 27

  What the papers say – June 27 Pictures showing the hot weather are among the images on Wednesday’s fronts.The Times leads on Gavin Williamson, with the Defence Secretary to “pitch” for £4 billion extra a year next week to be spent on the armed forces.

July 05 2013 - 09:07. By The Moscow Times. What the Papers Say , July 5 , 2013. Kommersant. 1. Yevgeny Timoshinov article headlined "Sergei Chemezov draws air lines" says that Sergei Chemezov, head of the Rostec state corporation, has drafted his own plan of the Aeroflot airline's privatization.

Sign Up. What the papers say - June 23. — The Telegraph (@Telegraph) July 2, 2018. Meanwhile the Daily Express says “senior Tories” have made it clear they are prepared to bring down the Government if Mrs May compromises on Brexit.

Police said it is too early to confirm a connection between the incident and the poisoning of Sergei Skripal and his daughter Yulia in March, the Daily Telegraph reports.

However the Daily Mail reports that the victims were poisoned by remnants of the nerve agent after visiting a park close to a site where the Skripals were found collapsed.

The Home Secretary will chair a meeting of the Government’s emergency Cobra committee on Thursday, the i says.

In other news Jaguar Land Rover has warned that a no-deal Brexit could cost the firm £1.2 billion a year in trade tariffs, posing a threat to its future in the UK, the Financial Times reports.

However Prime Minister Theresa May has promised her new Brexit customs plans will provide the “best of both worlds”, the Daily Express reports.

The Guardian leads with calls for Work and Pensions Minister Esther McVey to stand down after she apologised for “inadvertently” misleading Parliament over the Government’s welfare reforms.

The Sun looks ahead to England’s quarter-final clash with Sweden on Saturday.

The Scotsman leads with the arrest of a 16-year-old boy over the murder of Aleesha MacPhail, six, on the Isle of Bute.

The Duchess of Sussex’s father, Thomas Markle, fears he will never see her again, the Daily Mirror reports.

What the papers say – July 4

  What the papers say – July 4 Pictures of England’s penalty shootout triumph and celebrations lead most of the papers on Wednesday.The Daily Mail calls it a “miracle” after England ended their penalty curse to advance in the competition in Russia.

© Provided by The Press Association What the papers say – July 3. A Tory bust-up over the Prime Minister’s Brexit peace offer, England’s Colombian World Cup clash and the discovery of 12 boys and the football coach in a flooded Thailand cave lead Tuesday’s papers .

-- The Telegraph (@Telegraph) July 3, 2018. And the Financial Times says the Home Office has admitted to forcing some immigration applicants to take DNA tests. From our partners. Read More. What the papers say - July 4.

And the Daily Star says there has been a surge in sprinkler sales despite a looming hose pipe ban.

What the papers say – July 12 .
The latest World Cup action from Russia leads the papers.The Times features scenes from the semi-final match with the headline “Pride of Lions”, while the paper’s front page leads with Donald Trump’s calls for Nato allies to double their defence spending.

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