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US NewsWhat the papers say – September 3

09:50  03 september  2019
09:50  03 september  2019 Source:   msn.com

What the papers say – August 28

What the papers say – August 28 Brexit, Jeffrey Epstein and climate change dominate the front pages.

— Metro Newspaper UK (@MetroUKNews) September 2, 2020. Ministers are divided over the Government’s plan to get people back into offices, reports The Daily Telegraph, while the Daily Mail says there has been a “house price boom” as buyers seek a change of space during the pandemic.

The Home Office has been “exposed over failings” after a record number of migrants crossed the Channel on Wednesday, says The Times. The Financial Times says Boris Johnson and Rishi Sunak have warned of a “tough economic outlook and rising taxes” in the months ahead.

What the papers say – September 3 © Provided by The Press Association What the papers say – September 3 (PA)

Tuesday’s showdown over whether Britain will have an early election predictably dominates the nation’s papers.

The Daily Telegraph says Prime Minister Boris Johnson will call a snap election for October 14 if parliament votes to “seize control of Brexit” from him on Tuesday.

The Independent also highlights a likely October 14 election, while also pointing to the other key date under discussion, with rebel MPs proposing a law demanding a three-month Brexit deadline until January 31.

What the papers say – August 30

What the papers say – August 30 The Prime Minister continues to feature prominently on the front pages.

A number of European transfer windows closed on Monday, with Yannick Bolasie’s deadline day move to Sporting Lisbon featuring heavily across the local and national papers . The 30-year-old winger has joined the Portuguese club on a season-long loan. The Liverpool Echo analyses the depth of Marco

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.

The Guardian calls it “Johnson’s ultimatum” as he tells MPs that if they block his no-deal Brexit plan he will call an election.

And The Times and the Daily Mail go the same way.

The i conveys events similarly, reporting also on Mr Johnson’s defiant vow that the UK will leave the EU on October 31, “no ifs, no buts”.

The Sun says Mr Johnson has tried to warn rebel MPs not to force an early election.

And the Daily Mirror cheekily mixes the possible election with news that a rescue dog has moved into Number 10, running with the headline: “Brexit dog’s dinner”.

The Metro also combines both those stories on its front page.

Meanwhile, the Financial Times leads with news that the chairman of Saudi Arabian oil company Aramco has been replaced.

And the Daily Star again proves a Brexit and election-free zone, with their front page reporting on a boy who went blind for a lack of fruit and vegetables.

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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