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UK News What the papers say – October 14

08:15  14 october  2021
08:15  14 october  2021 Source:   msn.com

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Brexit and potential shortages for Christmas are among the stories being covered on Thursday’s front pages. © Andrew Matthews What the papers say – October 14 (PA). Brussels proposing to scrap 80% of checks for food entering Northern Ireland leads The Guardian , but the European Union is bracing for the UK to reject the package, including the concession, aimed at easing post-Brexit border issues. Guardian front page, Thursday 14 October 2021: EU braces for PM’s response after offering deal on Northern Ireland pic.twitter.com/74UF6VTRA2. — The Guardian (@guardian) October 13, 2021.

14 October 2020, 3:29 am·2-min read. British politician. The continuing discussions around lockdown restrictions and calls for a nationwide ‘circuit-breaker’ lead many of Wednesday’s papers . The Times reports on pressure being placed on the Prime Minister to impose a two-week full lockdown over the half-term which, according to scientists, would save thousands of lives.

Brexit and potential shortages for Christmas are among the stories being covered on Thursday’s front pages.

What the papers say – October 14 (PA) © Andrew Matthews What the papers say – October 14 (PA)

Brussels proposing to scrap 80% of checks for food entering Northern Ireland leads The Guardian, but the European Union is bracing for the UK to reject the package, including the concession, aimed at easing post-Brexit border issues.

A similar story leads the Financial Times, adding some British officials have warned the devil will be in the details of the EU proposal.

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14 October 2019, 5:19 am. Demands from Brussels and the Prime Minister’s allies are on Monday’s front pages. The Independent says the PM has been told he must move “further and faster” when it comes to achieving Brexit by October 31, with EU negotiators demanding more concessions from Mr Johnson to achieve a deal at this week’s summit, according to The Times.

14 October 2018, 2:51 am. Politics tops the agenda on Sunday with several papers leading on Brexit, while the official photos from Princess Eugenie’s wedding also feature prominently. The Sunday Telegraph reports on a “growing rebellion” over Theresa May’s plans for Brexit, as 63 Meanwhile, Brexiteer Jacob Rees-Mogg has urged the PM to get tough with the EU as Britain’s “future is at stake”, the Sunday Express says . The paper also features one of the official wedding photos released following the marriage of Princess Eugenie and Jack Brooksbank, which shows the newlyweds

The European Union “preparing for the worst” leads The Independent, the paper writing the UK wants talks to include the removal of European Court of Justice jurisdiction over the deal.

Shops facing delays in getting goods for Christmas leads the i, adding ministers were warned about the potential for backlogs at ports in December.

“Rush to Save Xmas” is the headline on the Daily Mirror, with the paper saying Brits have been told not to delay buying gifts due to the shortage of HGV drivers causing problems at ports.

The Daily Express reports on a similar story, adding stores are launching their Christmas sales a month sooner than planned “to stop a late surge in demand stripping shelves bare”.

A “revolution in GP access” leads the Daily Mail, with Health Secretary Sajid Javid offering family doctors £250 million to improve patient access.

What the papers say – October 13

  What the papers say – October 13 Further discussions about Northern Ireland in a post-Brexit world make headlines on Wednesday.The Daily Telegraph writes Brussels will offer a new Brexit deal for Northern Ireland to resolve a dispute over the protocol surrounding the country. The new deal could reduce customs checks but would mean the European Court would still have “oversight”, the paper says.

UK NewsPublished: Oct 14 , 2020. Talks of a circuit-breaker and pressure on Boris Johnson lead many of Wednesday’s papers . The continuing discussions around lockdown restrictions and calls for a nationwide ‘circuit-breaker’ lead many of Wednesday’s papers . The Times reports on pressure being placed on the Prime Minister to impose a two-week full lockdown over the half-term which, according to scientists, would save thousands of lives.

UK NewsPublished: Oct 14 , 2019. It is Brexit and Boris Johnson’s chances at this week’s EU forum that lead the papers . The Independent says the PM has been told he must move “further and faster” when it comes to achieving Brexit by October 31, with EU negotiators demanding more concessions from Mr Johnson to achieve a deal at this week’s summit, according to The Times.

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Metro writes William has “launched an attack” on “the space race and space tourism”.

And the Daily Star carries the story of a “feud” between Paul McCartney and the Rolling Stones after the former Beatle said Mick Jagger et al were a “blues covers band”.

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