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09:15  24 september  2019
09:15  24 september  2019 Source:   msn.com

What the papers say – September 16

What the papers say – September 16 Political stories from home and abroad make Monday’s front pages.

Last updated: 24 September 2018 - 7.20am. The Daily Express runs with the headline: “Outcry at Labour’s betrayal of Brexit”, and says the Labour leader faced a “furious backlash” after confirming he was ready to join calls for a re-run of the 2016 poll if delegates back the demand in a vote at the

The Labour Party features on many of the front pages on Monday as politics dominates the headlines. The Daily Mirror leads on an interview with shadow chancellor John McDonnell, who says he, Jeremy Corbyn and Tom Watson want Labour to be in power for 15 years.

a close up of a newspaper: What the papers say – September 24 (PA) © Provided by The Press Association What the papers say – September 24 (PA)

Chaotic dealings at the Labour Party conference and the collapse of travel company Thomas Cook dominate Tuesday’s front pages.

The Daily Mail  leads with a story saying Thomas Cook management “creamed off £47m”, with The Times covering similar ground, based around comments made by Prime Minister Boris Johnson.

The Guardian reports that Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn was cheered as he won the right to delay his party’s decision on its Brexit stance, while The Daily Telegraph says he has been accused of a “stitch-up”.

Metro refers to the Thomas Cook story with a picture of passengers on a plane and a pun – The great British take-off – while the Daily Star refers to airlines now raising their prices as “Vultures”.

What the papers say – September 27

  What the papers say – September 27 The front pages are filled with Brexit rancour and criticism of the Prime Minister’s language in the Commons, as well as Washington’s current turmoil.Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s special adviser Dominic Cummings says parliamentarians who “refuse” to accept Brexit cannot complain about the current state of relations in the Commons, The Daily Telegraph reports.

Nerve agent attack survivor Yulia Skripal features on many of the front pages on Wednesday after speaking out for the first time since the incident. The daughter of Russian ex-spy Sergei said she felt "so lucky" to be alive and described her and her father's recovery as "slow and extremely painful", The

The paper says critics have condemned the "politically correct image overhaul" as "futile lunacy" that will "waste" millions of pounds of taxpayers' money. The paper says "shocking new figures" reveal that children from poor families are more likely to end up in A&E for emergency treatment for

The features a front page picture of teenage climate activist Greta Thunberg with a quote from her saying “If you fail us, we will never forgive you”.

While The Independent says the Labour Party backed Mr Corbyn amid chaotic scenes at the party’s conference in Brighton.

The Financial Times reports that management at Thomas Cook face a pay investigation, and the Daily Mirror refers to “greedy bosses” as the Daily Express says fury is growing over the issue.

What the papers says – September 30 .
Allegations of sexual misbehaviour made against the prime minister and possible compulsory vaccinations dominate front pages today.Mr Johnson’s first day at the Conservative Party conference was overshadowed by allegations of sexual misbehaviour leads The Guardian, with the PM issuing a denial that he groped journalist Charlotte Edwardes, who claimed he squeezed her thigh during a private lunch in 1999.

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