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08:55  10 june  2019
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What the papers say – June 3

What the papers say – June 3 Donald Tump’s arrival is on the fronts.

Three of the Sunday papers lead on "connections" between the Kremlin and Leave.EU backer Arron Banks after it was reported that the millionaire businessman had had three meetings with a Russian ambassador. The Sunday Times says the claims led to "explosive questions" about Russian attempts

Jun 10 th 2018 10 :30PM. Tensions after the G7 summit and impending crunch Brexit votes in the Commons top the headlines on Monday. 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.

What the papers say – June 10 © Provided by The Press Association What the papers say – June 10 (PA)

Michael Gove’s challenge to keep his Tory leadership bid on track after discussing using cocaine before his political career makes headlines on Monday.

The Environment Secretary’s hopes of winning the contest were left hanging in the balance after he admitted taking the Class A drug, The Guardian reports.

Tory peer Baroness Warsi was among the political figures calling for him to quit the race, the Daily Mirror says.

What the papers say – June 4

What the papers say – June 4 Donald Trump’s visit is on the front pages.

What The Papers Say was a British radio, and formerly television, series. It consisted of quotations from headlines and comment pages in the previous week's newspapers

Jun 11th 2018 10 :01PM. Crunch votes on Brexit and the Singapore summit dominate the front pages on Tuesday. MPs are due to vote on key legislation as the EU (Withdrawal) Bill returns to the Commons, with Theresa May facing 48 hours of parliamentary warfare. The Sun says MPs have a

Contender Sajid Javid, the Home Secretary, condemned middle-class drug takers, the i reports.

But Mr Gove has pleaded for a second chance after calling his drug use a “mistake”, according to The Times.

The Daily Mail reports that he will say he is a “serious leader” and “undaunted” at a campaign launch on Monday.

What the papers say – June 5

What the papers say – June 5 Donald Trump and the Tory leadership race make headlines.

The departure of Boris Johnson as Foreign Secretary after David Davis quit as Brexit Secretary dominates Tuesday's papers . Mr Johnson's resignation letter warning that the Brexit "dream is dying" is picked out by many titles on their front pages. After a "day of chaos", The Times says Mr Johnson has

10 . Yelena Chernenko report "Rossotrudnichestvo denied support" says that the Finance Ministry has doubts that the Federal Agency for the Affairs of the 4. Alexei Polikovskiy article headlined "People in black against people in different" focuses on the opposition march which took place on 12 June ; pp

Mr Gove was not the only Tory leadership hopeful to come under scrutiny for past drug use, the Metro reports.

In other leadership contest news, Boris Johnson’s pledge to cut income tax for more than three million people leads the Daily Telegraph.

The former foreign secretary also caused a stir by claiming he would not pay the so-called Brexit divorce bill until he secured a better deal with the EU, the Daily Express reports.

What the papers say – June 17.
The Conservative leadership race leads the Monday’s papers.

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