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09:20  10 october  2019
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UK’s ‘non-paper’ Brexit proposals would be evidence of bad faith – Varadkar

  UK’s ‘non-paper’ Brexit proposals would be evidence of bad faith – Varadkar Irish state broadcaster RTE reported that the suggestion sent to the EU by the UK would lead to the posts being built close to the border. The leader of Ireland’s opposition party Micheal Martin asked Mr Varadkar whether Prime Minister Boris Johnson discussed the non-papers during their recent meetings in Dublin and New York.“I’m conscious when answering your question that I am talking about non-papers that I haven’t seen,” Mr Varadkar said during leaders’ questions.

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.

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The latest moves on Brexit and the footballers’ wives’ tiff between Rebekah Vardy and Coleen Rooney dominate the papers today.

The Daily Telegraph reports on the EU insisting there will be no Brexit extension without a new referendum or an election.

The i says the Tories risk being torn apart over plans for a no-deal Brexit, while the Daily Express says the Government will write a second letter to the EU saying it does not intend to extend the Brexit date beyond October 31.

What the papers say – October 3

  What the papers say – October 3 Boris Johnson and the Brexit news again dominate the papers’ front pages.The Times splashes with a story saying the EU is withholding approval of the Government’s latest Brexit plan, while The Independent reports on Boris Johnson’s two borders solution for an open border in Ireland.

The whereabouts of Marko Milosevic, Ivanov's involvement in the crisis in Israel, more from Yeltsin's memoirs, a new hotel and shopping complex planned for Red Square and the latest on five missing students are the stories dominating the country's press, writes Amelia Gentleman in Moscow.

The Bank of England has urged officials to act quickly to address regulatory uncertainty around £41 trillion of derivatives contracts held in the City of London that are due to mature after Brexit, the Financial Times says .

In the world of WAGs, the Daily Mirror, The Sun and the Daily Star lead on the Vardy-Rooney spat.

In other news, The Independent reports on Turkish forces launching airstrikes against Kurdish fighters in Syria.

The Times and Metro carry a call from Britain’s chief medical officer for food to be banned on trains to counter obesity.

The Guardian carries an investigative report naming the 20 firms responsible for one third of all global carbon emissions.

The Financial Times reports on a tax overhaul by the OECD to target big technology companies.

And the Daily Mail leads with a campaign to increase childhood vaccinations.

What the papers say – October 18 .
The deal struck in Brussels leads many of Friday’s fronts.Pictures of Boris Johnson in Brussels take centre stage while the lingering Commons vote on the agreement makes headlines.

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