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UK News What the papers say – July 13

06:25  13 july  2020
06:25  13 july  2020 Source:   msn.com

What the papers say – July 4

  What the papers say – July 4 England’s “Super Saturday” leads most Saturday papers.The Guardian leads with a plea from Prime Minister Boris Johnson for people to behave responsibly as restaurants, pubs and bars reopen.

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a close up of a newspaper: What the papers say – July 13 © Peter Byrne What the papers say – July 13

Calls for Britons to begin preparing for Brexit and for a posthumous knighthood for Jack Charlton lead the nation’s papers.

The Daily Express reports the Government is set to launch a £93 million “publicity blitz” to call on UK citizens and businesses to commence necessary preparations for the nation’s exit from the bloc at the end of the year.

Staying with Brexit, The Times says part of Britain’s transition from the EU will include a rise in insurance costs for holidays to the continent.

What the papers say – July 6

  What the papers say – July 6 The Government’s support package for the arts industry features on most of Monday’s front pages.The Daily Express and Metro lead with the support package, which The Guardian reports shows the Government striving to “protect the future of the nation’s museums, galleries, theatres, museums and music venues”.

© Provided by PA Media What the papers say – July 12 (PA). Photographs of England World Cup winner Jack Charlton feature on many of Sunday’s front pages after his death at age 85, alongside a number of stories on the coronavirus pandemic. The Sunday Times leads with concern from Home

© Provided by PA Media What the papers say – July 12 (PA). Photographs of England World Cup winner Jack Charlton feature on many of Sunday’s front pages after his death at age 85, alongside a number of stories on the coronavirus pandemic. The Sunday Times leads with concern from Home

Meanwhile The Daily Telegraph reports Britain’s new immigration rules will include bans on foreign criminals who have been sentenced to more than a year in jail.

Prime Minister Boris Johnson is preparing plans to “withhold power to control state aid from the UK’s devolved nations” after Brexit, according to the Financial Times.

What the papers say – July 8

  What the papers say – July 8 The economy, celebrities in court and a sad dog lead the front pages on Wednesday.The Times leads with the expected announcement of a £2 billion scheme aimed at alleviating youth unemployment by subsidising work placements, with The Guardian adding it is a response to “growing fears” over the impact of coronavirus on young vulnerable people.

© Provided by PA Media What the papers say – July 11 (PA). Face masks, a return to the office and the TV licence are among the topics making headlines on Saturday. The Times carries a picture of Prime Minister Boris Johnson sporting a facial covering with the paper reporting that he is set to make

The nation’s Thursday papers are dominated by Chancellor Rishi Sunak’s £30 billion jobs support package. The Times, The Daily Telegraph and the Financial Times lead with details of the scheme, which includes an estimated £500 million of taxpayers’ money to subsidise discounts on dining out

Elsewhere, the i leads with a story on peers challenging ministers to ban outdoor smoking in exchange for the ability to serve “pavement drinks”.

The Guardian says councils across Britain are set to “lose millions” from virus-hit commercial investments.

The Metro reports confusion over the Government’s rules on masks is “risking both lives and the economy”.

The Daily Mirror leads with Jack Charlton’s brother Tommy calling for the England World Cup winner to be knighted, following his death on Friday.

A fixer for the Chinese government “has been pictured with five British prime ministers”, according to the Daily Mail.

The Independent says the British ambassador to the US has launched an official complaint over the arrest of one of the paper’s journalists while covering protests in Seattle.

And the Daily Star leads with Todd Grimshaw set to return to Coronation Street, though actor Bruno Langley will not reprise the role after being “axed over two sex attacks”.

program changes today: ARD, ZDF, RTL & Co. in the evening | 16.07.2020 .
© provided by TVmovie TV program program changes today The TV program of the channels will also be changed on Thursday. Here you can find out what short-term deviations there are in the main channels ARD , ZDF , RTL & Co., which due to their topicality have not yet found their way into our TV magazine or our online TV program. ARD program change on July 16, 2020 No changes are known to date. ZDF program change on July 16, 2020 No changes are known so far.

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