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US News What the papers say – July 12

10:10  12 july  2018
10:10  12 july  2018 Source:   msn.com

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.

2. Sergei Kurginyan address "all responsible Russian politicians" in an article titled "Fight!" saying WTO accession will greatly harm Russia and criticizes the "destructive epic of the last 20 years"; p 3 (1,300 words). July 12 , 2012/BBC Monitoring/©BBC.

July 12 2013 - 09:07. By The Moscow Times. 6. Vadim Visloguzov article headlined "Finance Ministry links pluses and minuses" says the Russian federal budget had a 1 percent surplus in the first six months of 2013.

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Heartbreak for the England side in Moscow leads the Thursday papers as Gareth Southgate’s men were beaten 2-1 by Croatia after extra time.

The Times features scenes from the semi-final match with the headline “Pride of Lions”, while the paper’s front page leads with Donald Trump’s calls for Nato allies to double their defence spending.

The Daily Telegraph also carries the “Pride of Lions” headline, with their main story on another of Mr Trump’s remarks – when he claimed Germany was “totally controlled by Russia”.

What the papers say – July 3

  What the papers say – July 3 Prime Minister’s Brexit woes, England’s World Cup chance and Thailand cave rescue make the Tuesday front pages.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.

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2. Sergei Kurginyan address "all responsible Russian politicians" in an article titled "Fight!" saying WTO accession will greatly harm Russia and criticizes the "destructive epic of the last 20 years"; p 3 (1,300 words). July 12 , 2012/BBC Monitoring/©BBC.

The Guardian carries a picture of Southgate embracing Kyle Walker with the headline “End of the dream”.

The Financial Times carries a story claiming Theresa May has halted plans for a close relationship with the EU for financial services post-Brexit.

The Metro runs with football – calling the defeat a “kick in the Balkans”.

The i carries a picture of captain Harry Kane with the caption “heartbreak” alongside a story previewing Mr Trump’s arrival in the UK.

The Daily Mirror says they are “proud” of England’s heroes after the defeat.

The Daily Mail reports the head of water regulator Ofwat said the days of people using tap water for gardening and washing the car will one day come to an end.

The Daily Express has a picture of Southgate and England players applauding the fans after their Croatia game.

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