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UK News What the papers say – October 17

05:45  17 october  2019
05:45  17 october  2019 Source:   msn.com

What the papers say – October 8

  What the papers say – October 8 The spotlight on diplomatic immunity for American woman Anne Sacoolas heads a mixed bag of front page stories on Tuesday.The Daily Mail leads with the grieving mother of Harry Dunn calling for the return to Britain of American diplomat’s wife Anne Sacoolas over the crash in which he died.

17 October 2018 at 12:37am. What the papers say – October 17 . The Daily Mirror leads on TV presenter McPartlin and Lisa Armstrong being granted a decree nisi. Court papers show Ms Armstrong divorced him for being “intolerable to live with” after he committed adultery, the paper says .

What The Papers Say is a British radio and television, series. It consists of quotations from headlines and comment pages in the previous week's newspapers

a close up of a newspaper: What the papers say – October 17 (PA) © Peter Byrne What the papers say – October 17 (PA)

The prospect of a Brexit deal leads a number of the papers on Thursday, with Prime Minister Boris Johnson due to head to the continent for a crunch summit with EU leaders.

The Times says Mr Johnson’s fate is in the hands of the DUP in Northern Ireland with the paper reporting Arlene Foster’s opposition has “emerged as the most significant obstacle to an agreement”.

The Daily Telegraph leads with a line from the Prime Minister comparing the negotiations to the Shawshank Redemption, a film in which a prisoner climbs through a sewer to freedom.

What the papers say – October 10

  What the papers say – October 10 Brexit and the footballers’ wives dispute between Rebekah Vardy and Coleen Rooney are making news in the Thursday papers.The Daily Telegraph reports on the EU insisting there will be no Brexit extension without a new referendum or an election.

Court papers show Ms Armstrong divorced him for being “intolerable to live with” after he committed adultery, the paper says . Politics leads the Daily Telegraph, which says Chancellor Philip Hammond has warned Britain will still have to pay the EU up to £36 billion if it fails to agree a trade deal.

Lisa Parker. Published 20 October 2009.

The Guardian says Mr Johnson is facing a “last-minute scramble” to secure the backing of his Northern Irish allies.

Metro runs with the punny headline of “Summit’s got to give”, with the paper reporting that VAT may prove a stumbling block, while the i reports on a “deadlock” over a deal.

The Independent says Mr Johnson is facing an “uphill fight” to keep his pledge of leaving the European Union by the end of October.

The Daily Mail says Mr Johnson is “tantalisingly close” to a Brexit deal after “1,210 days of dithering, delay and doom”, while the Daily Express reports that the agreement comes “against all odds”.

The Daily Mirror says Brexit is on “a knife edge”, and carries a picture of Leah Bracknell after the Emmerdale actress dies aged 55.

The Sun reports that more than 100 celebrities who support protest group Extinction Rebellion have signed a letter admitting they are “climate change hypocrites”.

The Financial Times leads on the fallout of the collapse of one of Neil Woodford’s funds extending to fund supermarket Hargreaves Lansdown.

And the Daily Star says the soap world is in mourning after Ms Bracknell’s death.

What the papers say – October 23 .
Brexit and a likeness of Sir Cliff Richard make the front pages on Wednesday.The Guardian says Parliament has backed the PM’s withdrawal bill but refused his attempt to “fast-track” legislation, which the Daily Mail says has put the UK at the “mercy of EU” over an extension to the October 31 deadline.

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