US News What the papers say – May 17

09:55  17 may  2018
09:55  17 may  2018 Source:   pressassociation.com

What the papers say – May 9

  What the papers say – May 9 Reaction to the US pulling out of the Iran nuclear deal tops the headlines.The Daily Telegraph reports how the US president delivered on an election campaign promise as he reimposed nuclear sanctions on Tehran.

17 . Anna Solodovnikova and Kirill Melnikov article headlined "Pipe of discord" says that relations between the state-run 2. Susanna Alperina article headlined "We will show you" says the Public TV will start broadcasting in Russia on May 19 and names the channel's management; p 26 (842 words).

17 . Andrei Kolesnikov article headlined "Russian and South African presidents measure diamonds" reports on President Vladimir Putin's meeting with his 20. Yelena Kiseleva et al. article headlined "Officials to be brought to roof" says that Defense Minister Sergei Shoigu may become the next state

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Firearms for countryside police officers and the latest on the royal wedding are some of a variety of stories that lead Thursday’s papers.

Police in some rural parts of England and Wales could be routinely given guns so they can effectively respond to terror attacks and other incidents quickly, The Times reports.

The Independent online also leads with the proposal, which Simon Chesterton of the National Police Chiefs’ Council said would involve a “handful” of forces.

What the papers say – May 15

  What the papers say – May 15 Royal wedding woes and violent clashes in Gaza feature on Tuesday’s fronts.And violence in Gaza as the new American embassy was opened in Jerusalem also dominates the headlines.

1. Maria Dranishnikova and Anton Filatov article headlined "Roman Trotsenko goes to Vostok" says businessman Roman Trotsenko may buy the Vostok tower of the Federatsia developers project in the center of Moscow; pp 1, 19 (530 words).

Guardian front page, Saturday 17 March 2018: Russian exile was murdered, say police pic.twitter.com/ijtoVFcpIi. From our partners. Read More. What the papers say - May 3.

According to the Daily Mirror, Meghan Markle’s brother, Thomas Markle Jr, has visited Windsor Castle and told the paper she will be the “perfect modern princess”.

The Sun reports on the treatment of Ms Markle’s father, Thomas Markle, who is said to have undergone heart surgery in the US.

In other news, the so-called Big Four accountancy firms have drawn up contingency plans in case they are ordered to break up their UK operations in the wake of the collapse of Carillon, the Financial Times reports.

A review of building regulations will not recommend a ban on combustible cladding and insulation despite repeated warnings from survivors of the Grenfell tower tragedy and fire safety experts, The Guardian says.

The Government will tell Brussels it is prepared to stay in the customs union beyond 2021, the Daily Telegraph reports, as ministers remain deadlocked over the Brexit issue.

The Daily Mail says Labour plans to scrap controls on illegal immigration, get rid of migration targets and close two detention centres amount to a “free for all”.

The i leads with the collapse of the East Coast Main Line franchise, which has been brought back under public ownership for the third time in a decade.

The Daily Express leads with the murder of 85-year-old widow Rosina Coleman and calls for help in finding her “coward” killer.

Deliveroo riders have complained they are being excluded from a company scheme giving office staff shares totalling £10 million, the Metro reports.

What the papers say – May 24 .
The daughter of former Russian spy Sergei Skripal dominates the papers after making an emotional statement about her and her father’s poisoning ordeal.The daughter of Russian ex-spy Sergei said she felt “so lucky” to be alive and described her and her father’s recovery as “slow and extremely painful”, The Sun reports.

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