US News What the papers say – July 3

10:00  03 july  2018
10:00  03 july  2018 Source:   msn.com

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A Tory bust-up over the Prime Minister’s Brexit peace offer, England’s Colombian World Cup clash and the discovery of 12 boys and the football coach in a flooded Thailand cave lead Tuesday’s papers.

The Times says Theresa May’s attempt to establish a Cabinet ceasefire over Brexit was plunged into chaos amid infighting and suspicions over a compromise on the customs union.

Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson publicly backed Jacob Rees-Mogg after the eurosceptic MP warned the PM she risks the collapse of her Government if she gives too much ground to Brussels, Daily Telegraph reports.

Meanwhile the Daily Express says “senior Tories” have made it clear they are prepared to bring down the Government if Mrs May compromises on Brexit.

The Sun and the Daily Mirror lead with England’s first knockout match of the World Cup against Colombia on Tuesday.

What the papers say – July 2

  What the papers say – July 2 Brexit, high street woes and a seaside tragedy lead the Monday papers.The Times leads with a report that Theresa May’s chief Brexit negotiator, Oliver Robbins, has told ministers that they will not strike a bespoke trade deal with the EU.

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Advertisement. show ad. What the papers say - July 1. Cabinet rifts lead the Sunday Times, with the paper reporting that Theresa May will stand up to “Brexit bullies” who are seeking a cleaner break from the European Union.

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