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UK News What the papers say – September 23

05:25  23 september  2020
05:25  23 september  2020 Source:   msn.com

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The Daily Mail leads with a story saying 165,000 people face a fortnight of Thomas Cook chaos if the firm collapses. The Guardian has a story saying Jeremy Corbyn risks the fury of Labour’s membership after he moved to stop the party campaigning to remain in the EU at a general election.

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

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Reactions to the Prime Minister’s announcement of new pandemic measures dominate the papers.

The Daily Mail outlines the latest “draconian orders” which include 10pm pub curfews, a U-turn over home working and new fines.

The Daily Express says the Prime Minister has appealed to the country to summon “discipline, resolve and the spirit of togetherness” to avoid a widespread loss of life this winter.

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— The Times Pictures (@TimesPictures) September 23 , 2019. The Guardian reports that Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn was cheered as he won the right to delay his party’s decision on its Brexit stance, while The Daily Telegraph says he has been accused of a “stitch-up”.

| Updated: 03:22, 22 September 2020. What the papers say – September 22 (PA). Boris Johnson’s expected announcement of harsh new restrictions to The Daily Mail says the PM will also encourage people to return to working from home where possible, while different households are likely to be

Boris Johnson is quoted in The Daily Telegraph as saying the fight against the virus “is by no means over”, while he adds in Metro and The Independent the latest crackdown could last at least six months.

The Financial Times reports Mr Johnson has warned of a “perilous” time in the months ahead, with The Times quoting him as saying it will be a “struggle humanity will win”.

The public must follow the new rules or “risk a second lockdown”, the PM says in The Guardian, which adds that the Chancellor is considering replacing the furlough scheme with German-style wage subsidies.

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The announcement of tougher punishments for self-isolation breaches dominates the nation’s papers . The Sunday Times also leads on the fines, along with an article saying professional rugby players and travellers going to Dubai are being prioritised in Covid testing.

The announcement of tougher punishments for self-isolation breaches dominates the nation’s papers . The Sunday Times also leads on the fines, along with an article saying professional rugby players and travellers going to Dubai are being prioritised in Covid testing.

But leading scientists have warned Mr Johnson the latest restrictions “won’t cut infection rate”, according to the i.

The Daily Mirror, meanwhile, says the Prime Minister is “in last chance saloon”, with the Daily Star pointing out the changes in the Government’s guidance.

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