US News What the papers say – June 7

10:10  07 june  2018
10:10  07 june  2018 Source:   msn.com

What the papers say – May 29

  What the papers say – May 29 Tuesday’s papers are a mixed bag with the health service, high speed rail and Oxbridge’s wealth making the front pages.The Times leads on a leaked report which, the paper says, suggests the United Nations was aware of 15 international charities implicated in a sex-for-food scandal.

The sticking point is still participants in the conference; p 7 (500 words). 13. Maria Yefimova article headlined "Patriots set target in Jordan" says that Jordan will take part in an international military drill, involving 19 Middle East countries, to be held on 9-20 June .

7 . Maxim Ivanov and Viktor Khamrayev article headlined "Soldiers of unseen front" says that according to polls some 42 percent of those polled have never heard about the All-Russia People's Front; the article looks ahead at the front's congress set for 11-12 June ; p 2 (500 words).

What the papers say – June 7 © Provided by The Press Association What the papers say – June 7

Rebellion and rancour over the Prime Minister’s latest Brexit moves and the death of a 100-year-old woman mugged on the “wild” streets of Britain make headlines on Thursday.

Brexiteers have accused Theresa May of deception after leave-supporting ministers were not shown an important policy document until hours before it was published, The Times reports.

The Daily Telegraph says the PM is dealing with open rebellion from her Brexit Secretary, David Davis, over “backstop” plans for the border between Northern Ireland and the Republic.

The death of a 100-year-old widow after she was mugged for her handbag leads The Sun, which says Zofija Kaczan was a casualty of the “sickening” rise of violent street crime in Britain.

The Daily Express also leads on Mrs Kaczan’s death under the banner: “Britain’s violent crime crisis”.

What the papers say – June 5

  What the papers say – June 5 Grenfell Tower evacuation failures, Michael McIntyre robbed and northern newspapers standing together over the rail crisis make the Tuesday papers.Several papers lead with evidence heard by the Grenfell inquiry that orders for residents to remain in their flats as fire spread may have made “all the difference between life and death”.

An international conference on Syria is unlikely to be held before the G8 summit scheduled for mid- June ; p 5 (470 words). The paper does not comment on the move; p 3 (512 words). 6. Alexei Mikhaylov report "defense Ministry to flood army with digital ranges" says that the Russian Armed

4. Yelena Kiseleva et al. report headlined "Matthias Warnig takes steel portfolio" says that Nord Stream head Matthias Warnig is buying the shares of Russian steel-makers. 11. Newspaper publishes brief letters of greeting of Sergei Aleksashenko, the Higher School of Economics director for

The Daily Mail leads with concerns over rising violent crime for a second day, its front page filled with an image of a machete-wielding robber it says personifies the “wave” of offences sweeping the country.

And the Metro reports how Paul Kohler, a lecturer who suffered a brutal burglary that attracted widespread media attention, has launched legal action over the closure of police stations.

In other news, Health Secretary Jeremy Hunt has told The Guardian Mrs May has decided to give the NHS a “significant increase” in spending.

Google is bracing for punitive action by the EU’s competition watchdog over allegations it abused its dominance through the Android operating system, the Financial Times reports.

Nearly four million adults in Britain have needed to use food banks, the equivalent to one in 14, a poll by The Independent suggests.

The Daily Mirror reports on the case of a British Airways pilot who faces jail after being found drunk in the cockpit of a 300-seat jet.

The i leads with the results of a large survey that shows students are happier and have a greater sense of wellbeing if they have more lectures.

And the Daily Star covers a major fire at the luxury Mandarin Oriental hotel in London after Robbie Williams was reportedly forced to flee.

What the papers say – June 11 .
Donald Trump’s G7 outburst leads many of the papers.The Times reports that Donald Trump’s relations with his European allies “sank to a new low” as he arrived in Singapore for talks with Kim Jong Un.

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