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09:10  04 september  2019
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What the papers say – August 30

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

Boris Johnson’s Brexit bust-up with Theresa May, Chris Evans’s Radio 2 departure and crime make headlines on Tuesday. The i says the Prime Minister’s Chequers plans have been “pronounced dead” after they were trashed by both Leave and Remain MPs.

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.

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

Wednesday’s Brexit showdown is on the front pages of all the main papers, with just one exception.

The Daily Telegraph says Prime Minister Boris Johnson is demanding an election after Tory MPs voted against the Government.

The Guardian calls last night’s vote a “humiliation” for Mr Johnson.

And The Times and the Daily Mail also cover the story of the day in great detail.

The i says MPs inflicted a “crushing Commons defeat” on Mr Johnson, while its former stablemate The Independent also highlights the same angle and the Daily Mirror uses similar language.

What the papers say – September 3

What the papers say – September 3 Brexit and the possibility of a general election dominate Tuesday’s front pages.

A revolution in breast cancer treatment, an overhaul of counter-terror policing and overseas doctors' visas are among the reports topping the agenda for Monday's papers . Nearly all the fronts carry images from Sunday's remembrance service in memory of the victims of the London Bridge terror attack.

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

The Sun says “Over to you Britain” and reports that Mr Johnson is “livid”, while the Metro reports that MPs have taken control of parliament.

Meanwhile, the Financial Times takes a strong line, saying the prime minister’s Brexit strategy is “in ruins”.

The Daily Express also leads forcefully, saying the House of Commons has surrendered to the European Union.

And the Daily Star again proves a Brexit and election-free zone, reporting football legends Alan Shearer and Michael Owen have “given each other a kicking” in a bitter row over the former Liverpool striker’s new book.

What the papers say – September 12.
The Scottish Court ruling on proroguing dominates papers.

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