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08:15  07 december  2018
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What the papers say – December 3

What the papers say – December 3 Politics remains firmly at the top of the agenda.

The paper says support for the PM from Eurosceptic Tory MPs is "ebbing away" and describes an "air of chaos" around Mrs May. -- The Telegraph (@Telegraph) December 6, 2017. The i features the headline "CLEULESS", and says Chancellor Philip Hammond admitted the Cabinet had not yet

They paper says it is believed Theresa May could arrive in Brussels early on Friday morning to complete the deal. The study by the National Audit Office suggests that if universities were banks they would be investigated for mis-selling, the paper reports.

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Theresa May, figures on GP appointments and a mobile network outage make headlines on Friday.

The Daily Telegraph reports that Cabinet ministers have urged the Prime Minister to come up with an 11th-hour plan to get her Brexit deal through the Commons, offering four options to prevent a crushing defeat.

According to the i, ministers asked the PM to consider pulling Tuesday’s vote.

A poll suggests just two parliamentary constituencies back Mrs May’s Brexit deal while some 600 seats would prefer to remain in the EU, the Independent says.

In other news, the Daily Mail leads on the O2 internet outage, and says more than 30 million smartphone owners were affected by the issue on Thursday.

The Guardian reports that the Government and the head of the NHS are at loggerheads over how much the health service can be improved for the £20.5 billion extra Theresa May has promised it.

What the papers say – December 5

What the papers say – December 5 Brexit tops the agenda once again.

What The Papers Say was a British radio, and formerly television, series. It consisted of quotations from headlines and comment pages in the previous week's newspapers , read in a variety of voices and accents by actors.

The paper says the PM wants to "reinvigorate" the Government's approach to schools by appointing a new person to the role, and claims Mrs May is expected to use the reshuffle to promote Fast-fashion can be just as durable as designer brands, says academic. What the papers say – December 2.

And The Times leads on new NHS figures which show millions of patients are waiting at least three weeks for a GP appointment.

Meanwhile, the Daily Mirror reports that a Stephen Lawrence death suspect is to be sentenced over a drugs plot.

The Metro leads on the arrests of three men by police believed to be investigating a neo-Nazi group that has posted an online threat against the Duke of Sussex.

What the papers say – December 10

What the papers say – December 10 Brexit takes top spot in many Monday papers.

Speculation about the future of Theresa May continues to feature prominently on the front pages of Saturday's papers . Despite Mrs May coming out and saying she has the "full support" of her cabinet in her first public comments since a luckless conference speech, divisions within the wider Conservative

Dec 16th 2017 7 :34PM. Politics is back at the top of the news agenda this weekend, with Theresa May featuring on the front of several Sunday papers . The Prime Minister writes in both the Sunday Telegraph and Sunday Express to deliver a defiant message over Brexit.

And the Financial Times says China has demanded the release of Huawei’s chief financial officer after her arrest in Canada sparked market turmoil.

Elsewhere, the Daily Star claims children as young as nine will now be able to meditate at school as they struggle with the “daily grind”.

What the papers say – December 17.
Theresa May’s thoughts on a second Brexit referendum make headlines on Monday.

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