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US NewsWhat the papers say – July 4

09:05  04 july  2019
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What the papers say – July 1

What the papers say – July 1 Violent crime and politics lead Monday’s papers.

Brexit, the rail network and animal welfare provide fodder for Monday's papers . Many also carry images of cyclist Geraint Thomas on their fronts after he became the Black children convicted of murder are given longer sentences than white peers, The Independent says , after it carried out an investigation.

After a "day of chaos", The Times says Mr Johnson has joined a rebellion against Theresa May and Downing Street is braced for further resignations. The Metro says Mr Johnson's "blond bombshell" further undermined Mrs May, who had said the Cabinet was united after the Chequers summit.

What the papers say – July 4 © Provided by The Press Association What the papers say – July 4 (PA)

Politics takes centre stage in Thursday’s papers with Boris Johnson unveiling a ‘manifesto’ and Jeremy Hunt revealing his support for changing fox hunting legislation.

The Times carries details of a poll which suggests 18% of people would consider voting for Labour which the paper says is their lowest level of support in polling history.

The Daily Telegraph turns its focus to the Conservative Party, with leadership candidate Jeremy Hunt pledging a vote on fox hunting if he becomes Prime Minister.

What the papers say – July 2

What the papers say – July 2 Pictures of protests in Hong Kong feature in many papers.

Mars pulling advertising from YouTube, Mark Carney's "gloomy" Brexit predictions and rising temperatures in Europe all lead the Saturday papers . The Times leads with a leaked report which claims "bickering" between rival camps of surgeons led to an increase in deaths at a heart unit in

© Provided by The Press Association What the papers say – July 3 (PA). Fallout from the BBC’s annual report – and revelations on the salaries paid to its top talent – make the headlines on Wednesday alongside pictures of England’s football team after defeat at the World Cup.

Mr Hunt’s contender Boris Johnson leads the Sun, with the “Number 10 favourite” saying he will boost police numbers and keep Jeremy Corbyn out of Downing Street.

The Daily Mail and Daily Express run with Mr Johnson’s pledge to recruit 20,000 extra police officers.

The Guardian says one in 10 people in hospital beds in the UK are dependent upon alcohol, causing a “massive burden”.

The Financial Times leads with a rally in bond markets after Christine Lagarde was nominated to the European Central Bank.

The Metro leads with the death of Riley, the baby son of a woman who was killed as she was eight months pregnant.

The i suggests that 70 Labour MPs are facing the sack, with the paper reporting local activists may “purge” Corbyn opponents.

And the Daily Mirror leads with the mother of Sarah Payne returning to the place where the eight-year-old was abducted in 2000.

What the papers say – July 12.
England’s cricketers trouncing Australia makes all the front pages, with Labour party woes, defence and tax amongst the non-sport headlines.

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