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08:45  22 july  2019
08:45  22 july  2019 Source:   msn.com

What the papers say – July 12

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.

ITV Report. 22 July 2018 at 12:17am. What the papers say – July 22 . A variety of Brexit stories make headlines in the Sunday papers , while Prince George appears on several fronts as he turns five today.

July 22 , 2013. Kommersant. 1. Yekaterina Zapodinskaya and Nikolai Sergeyev article headlined "Open-door court" says the Moscow city court will hear the case of explosions by the Federal Security Service office for the second time after the Supreme Court canceled the previous court ruling as the trial of the

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As Theresa May’s prime ministership enters its final hours, Brexit dominates the headlines and some front pages also feature a picture of Prince George wearing an England jersey, as well as a nefarious act by a seagull.

The Daily Mirror front page says the government is in chaos as “Tories vow to jump ship when Johnson is prime minister”.

The Guardian covers similar ground, saying Mr Johnson faces a possible loss of majority if he becomes prime minister this week.

What the papers say – July 15

What the papers say – July 15 Sunday’s sporting successes feature on many of the front pages.

What The Papers Say is a British radio and television, series. It consists of quotations from headlines and comment pages in the previous week's newspapers , read in a variety of voices and accents by actors. The quotes are linked by a script read by a studio presenter, usually a prominent journalist.

Revelations that police were called to the home Boris Johnson shares with partner Carrie Symonds lead most of Saturday’s papers . The Daily Mail leads with comments said to have been overheard by a neighbour during the “row” in the early hours of Friday morning.

The Independent reports that one of the UK’s trade envoy has quit over the possibility of a no-deal Brexit. Andrew Percy is quoted as saying he felt “patronised” by trade secretary Liam Fox.

The Daily Telegraph leads on a story quoting Mr Johnson as saying “if we can put a man on the moon, we can solve the Northern Irish border problem”, while the Financial Times says the pound has fallen almost 1% on fears of a no-deal Brexit.

What the papers say – July 17

What the papers say – July 17 A range of stories feature on Wednesday’s front pages.

What the papers say - July 22 - AOL. A variety of Brexit stories make headlines in the Sunday papers , while Prince George appears on several fronts as he turns five today.Britain And The Observer says Dominic Cummings, the former director of Vote Leave, is facing renewed calls to be forced to give

Tough talk on Brexit, betrayal by the Manchester Arena bomber and MPs' criticism of charities over sex abuse top the agenda for Tuesday's papers . On Brexit, The Times says Britain has warned the EU it must agree to a trade deal for the City of London or put thousands of European investment funds at risk.

The Times reports that 40% of Labour members want Jeremy Corbyn to quit as party leader.

The Sun says a London Bridge terrorist’s widow is haunted by seeing his face in their daughter.

The Daily Express reports that Dame Vera Lynn has blasted the treatment of the elderly in reference to plans to make the over-75s pay for their TV licence.

And the Daily Star has a front page headline concerning a missing dog and a daring seagull.

What the papers say – July 30.
The front pages are filled with a British-first court measure for a teenager convicted of terrorism and Brexit machinations.

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