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US NewsWhat the papers say – September 2

08:50  02 september  2019
08:50  02 september  2019 Source:   msn.com

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The Guardian says Mr Johnson is willing to sacrifice his parliamentary majority by acting against the rebels, thus paving the way for an imminent general The Independent and the i report on senior cabinet member Michael Gove saying Mr Johnson might defy any legislation raised by the rebel MPs

2 September 2018 at 1:17am. What the papers say – September 2 . The paper reports on moves to derail the PM’s EU withdrawal agenda with a co-ordinated national campaign, while Labour MPs plot a motion of no confidence in Mr Corbyn.

What the papers say – September 2 © Provided by The Press Association What the papers say – September 2 (PA)

Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s threats against rebel Tory MPs who may try to stop him pushing through a no-deal Brexit dominate Monday’s newspapers.

The Daily Telegraph and The Times lead with Mr Johnson’s warnings of expulsion from the Conservative Party to the rebel MPs.

The Daily Express and Daily Mail also carry the same story.

The Guardian says Mr Johnson is willing to sacrifice his parliamentary majority by acting against the rebels, thus paving the way for an imminent general election.

The Independent and the i report on senior cabinet member Michael Gove saying Mr Johnson might defy any legislation raised by the rebel MPs to block a no-deal Brexit.

And the Metro seems to sum up a big week ahead in all things Brexit, under a headline of “Ready, Steady, Chaos!”

Meanwhile, the Financial Times reports on a radical Labour Party plan to confiscate some £300 billion-worth of shares in companies and give them to workers.

What the papers say – September 4

What the papers say – September 4 If you want news other than Brexit, you will have difficulty finding it on today’s front pages, where it dominates once again.

The London Bridge terror attack leads Monday’s papers . The Daily Mail reports authorities are engaged in a “new blitz on freed jihadis” following the attack, with the Daily Express saying the Government has begun a “crackdown on extremists”.

Please use a supported version for the best MSN experience. What the papers say – March 2 . PA Media 3 days ago By PA. The coronavirus is once again by far the hottest topic on the country’s front pages on Monday. The Times leads on Boris Johnson saying “we’ll stop at nothing” to tackle the virus.

The Daily Mirror leads with a story about British safari tourists killing animals in the name of sport.

The Sun reports on celebrity Kellie Maloney’s alleged suicide bid.

And the Daily Star leads on dwarf pantomime star “Claire” complaining of being teased about her height, by other dwarfs.

Dozens say they are now homeless after court extends orders to vacate 'potential fire traps'.
Last week the High Court granted Dublin City Council temporary injunctions requiring the residents to immediately vacate the properties. The majority of the residents are foreign nationals. At the High Court, Justice Garrett Simons said that he had “no alternative” and would be negligent in his duty unless he continued the orders previously made by the court. The Judge said he accepted the residents, who are opposed to orders requiring them to leave what has been their homes for some years, were unhappy with his decision, and he sympathised with the position they find themselves.

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