UK News What the papers say – July 1

04:15  01 july  2020
04:15  01 july  2020 Source:   msn.com

What the papers say – July 5

  What the papers say – July 5 Pictures of England reopening after lockdown lead many Sunday papers.The Sunday Times leads with reports that an investigation is to be launched into a factory which supplies clothes to Boohoo.com after allegations that workers are being underpaid.

Business groups have expressed anger after potential Prime Minister Jeremy Hunt said commercial failure was a necessary sacrifice in the event of a no-deal Brexit, the Guardian reports.

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Planning laws, coronavirus lockdowns and toilet roll troubles are making headlines in Wednesday’s papers.

The Times looks to the future of Britain’s economy, reporting that the Bank of England’s chief economist believes the country is rebounding faster than expected after being hit by the pandemic.

The Daily Telegraph leads with reports that Public Health England’s future is “in doubt” after Prime Minister Boris Johnson said parts of the response to Covid-19 had been “sluggish”.

What the papers say – July 3

  What the papers say – July 3 The case of Ghislaine Maxwell leads many of Friday’s papers.The Times carries the news of Maxwell’s court appearance after being accused of facilitating long-time associate Jeffrey Epstein’s sexual exploitation of underage girls, alongside a plea from prosecutors to speak with the Duke of York.

The Mail on Sunday says more than 400 staff at the BBC are transsexual, reporting that a BBC executive was “stunned” by the findings of the survey which revealed the figures. Share or comment on this article: What the papers say - July 1 .

The Daily Mirror front page reports that Boris Johnson fought to save his partner’s £80k job at Tory HQ when she faced being sacked. Carrie Symonds was asked to step down from her communications role in the Conservative Party – or warned she could be fired,” the paper says .

While The Guardian carries warnings from experts that local lockdowns could be rolled out elsewhere, following the measures imposed in Leicester.

Concerns over Hong Kong, and a “tightening grip” on the territory by Beijing after the introduction of a national security law, lead the Financial Times.

Metro features suggestions that Leicester mayor Sir Peter Soulsby broke lockdown restrictions earlier this year.

Planning leads the i after Mr Johnson announced a raft of amendments to legislation, which the paper claims is the biggest change since the war.

The Independent reports that police are investigating alleged poor care at Shrewsbury and Telford Hospital Trust, a story which also leads the Daily Mail.

The Daily Mirror reports on responses to Mr Johnson’s New Deal following calls for a “bigger boost” than the £5 billion pledge.

The Daily Express covers a new “miracle drug” for sufferers of cystic fibrosis.

And the Daily Star leads on “bog roll bandits” as hoarding of toilet paper has restarted in Leicester.

Miller: I've never willingly taken a performance-enhancing substance .
American heavyweight Jarrell Miller says his team are working to discover why he might have failed a drug test.The American was due to do battle with Jerry Forrest at the MGM Grand on July 9, however the fight has been removed from the schedule amid reports the 31-year-old tested positive for a banned substance.

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