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US News What the papers say – November 21

09:55  21 november  2019
09:55  21 november  2019 Source:

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.

A variety of stories lead Wednesday’s papers – although Brexit continues to feature prominently.The Daily Telegraph leads with a A Government-backed report has found the number of children who are problem gamblers has quadrupled in two years to 55,000, the Daily Mail says .

The paper predicts a litre of unleaded could fall below 83p. It is said that the industry needs to be more specific about plans to restructure the ailing business. The 'big three' manufacturers, Chrysler, Ford and GM, have been given until December 2 to provide a viable recovery plan.

a close up of a newspaper: What the papers say – November 21 (PA) © Peter Byrne What the papers say – November 21 (PA)

The Duke of York’s decision to step down from royal duties fills the nation’s papers on Thursday’s.

The Times  headline says Andrew “stands down after crisis talks with Queen”, the Daily Mail casts the duke as an “Outcast”, and the Daily Mirror leads with the headline “I’m sorry mummy”.

Andrew was “shamed into stepping down” from his duties, the Daily Express says, with the i claiming there is a “Crisis at the palace”.

The Daily Telegraph also reports on the duke’s departure from public life, and covers an election pledge by Prime Minister Boris Johnson that the elderly will not have to sell their homes to pay for social care.

Meanwhile, Labour has promised £75 billion to tackle the “UK housing crisis” if elected, according to The Guardian.

The US ambassador to the EU, Gordon Sondland, has testified he followed orders from US President Donald Trump “on Ukraine quid pro quo”, the Financial Times reports.

The Independent continues its reporting on the deaths of babies and mothers in the care of Shrewsbury and Telford Hospital Trust, saying hundreds of families are still “in dark” over the situation.

And the Daily Star decries a “Scrooge ban on Xmas Crackers” by “Barmy business bosses” who want to do away with excess waste.

What the papers say – November 27 .
Jeremy Corbyn’s response to allegations of anti-Semitism lead many of Wednesday’s papers.The Daily Telegraph gets straight to the point with its splash, saying the Labour leader “refuses to apologise to Jews”. The Daily Express goes even harder, referring to “Corbyn’s horror show”, while The Guardian says he struggled “to rebuff anti-Semitism accusations”.

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