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US News What the papers say – November 18

08:55  18 november  2019
08:55  18 november  2019 Source:   msn.com

What the papers say – November 18

  What the papers say – November 18 The front pages are dominated by a sit-down media interview given by the Queen’s second son on his relationship with a sordid character.The Times reports the duke is standing by his decision to give the interview to the BBC, Metro calls him the “Duke of Porkies” and The Daily Telegraph says the Queen “did not give blessing” for the media opportunity.

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a close up of a newspaper: What the papers say – November 18 (PA) © Peter Byrne What the papers say – November 18 (PA)

The Duke of York’s interview about his connection to sex criminal Andrew Epstein leads Monday’s papers.

The Times reports the duke is standing by his decision to give the interview to the BBC, Metro calls him the “Duke of Porkies” and The Daily Telegraph says the Queen “did not give blessing” for the media opportunity.

Ex-Royal protection officer Dai Davies has told the Daily Mirror that he was “utterly unconvinced” by Andrew’s denial.

The Guardian said lawyers representing 10 of Epstein’s victims had branded Andrew’s account “implausible” and demanded he speak with the FBI, a claim echoed by the newspaper.

What the papers say – November 19

  What the papers say – November 19 The front pages continue to be led by Andrew’s television interview about his relationship with Jeffrey Epstein.The “fallout continues” after Andrew’s interview, according to The Daily Telegraph, which along with The Times cites businesses and charities as threatening to sever ties with the royal.

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Nov 18 th 2018 9:45PM. At the opening of a “critical” week for the country and the Prime Minister, Brexit is at the top of the agenda for most of Monday’s papers . The Guardian says Theresa May is facing what may be the most perilous week of her premiership as she tries to fend off attacks on her plan

Andrew attended church with the Queen on the morning following his interview and told her it “was a great success”, according to The Sun.

But the Daily Mail reports the duke has said he has regrets over the interview and has sympathy for Epstein’s victims.

The Daily Express says Prime Minister Boris Johnson will “trigger a Brexit boom” via tax cuts, while The Independent reports on a poll which says the climate is “more important than economy to voters”.

Saudia Arabia “has sharply scaled back” its initial public offering of state oil company Aramco after a “lukewarm” response from investors, the Financial Times reports.

Confidential papers relating to paedophiles and their victims ended up in skip outside officers home by complete 'fluke' .
Confidential papers relating to paedophiles and their victims ended up in a skip after a police sergeant’s mother-in-law threw them out by accident, a disciplinary hearing was told. Martin Skirving-Chehab, from Cleveland Police, is accused of breaching professional standards when he took two carrier bags of material home from a police unit for managing sex offenders in Middlesbrough. The papers contained sensitive documents about 55 offenders, including their bank details, addresses, car registration numbers as well as information about victims, official statements and CCTV evidence.

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