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US News What the papers say – January 9

09:15  09 january  2020
09:15  09 january  2020 Source:   msn.com

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9 January 2019 at 7:31am. What the papers say – January 9 . Brexit is back on the fronts of the papers on Wednesday while drone problems at Heathrow also feature. The Daily Telegraph writes that Conservative rebels have begun a “guerrilla war”, saying they have “drawn first blood” after restricting

a close up of a newspaper: What the papers say – January 9 (PA) © Peter Byrne What the papers say – January 9 (PA)

The crisis in the Persian Gulf has been well and truly knocked off the front pages by the crisis in the royal family, in the Duke and Duchess of Sussex’s decision to step back from being senior royals.

The Sun captures the moment with a catchy headline, calling the couple’s decision “Megxit”.

The i, by contrast, has a front page headline saying only “Prince quits”, and barely mentions Meghan.

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Brexit is back on the fronts of the papers on Wednesday while drone problems at Heathrow also feature.The Daily Telegraph writes — The Telegraph (@Telegraph) January 8, 2019. The Guardian contains an opinion piece on the front, saying it was time to “go back to the people” on Brexit as Mrs

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The Daily Express calls it a “Royal family bombshell”, while The Daily Telegraph reports that “Harry and Meghan quit the firm”.

The decision is another sign of a split in the royal family, according to The Times.

What the papers say – January 7

  What the papers say – January 7 Ongoing tensions in the Persian Gulf and the jailing of rapist Reyhnard Sinaga are the main stories on Tuesday’s front pages.The Times leads with the Ministry of Defence sending an emergency evacuation team to lift British citizens out of Iraq.

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

Boris Johnson and global warming dominate headlines on New Year’s Day. The Daily Express leads by saying Boris Johnson “hails a new chapter for a prosperous Britain”, a story The Times also covers.

The Daily Mail focuses on the Queen’s “fury” over Harry and Meghan saying “We quit”.

Metro and the Daily Mirror say the couple did not tell the Queen of their decision.

And The Guardian also leads on the royal couple, giving some prominence to their complaints of media bullying and smears.

What the papers say – January 8

  What the papers say – January 8 The Middle East and a British teenager in Cyprus feature on the nation’s front pages on Wednesday.The Guardian leads on the Iran situation, saying hundreds of British troops are ‘on standby’ for the crisis.

With Iran’s missile strikes on Iraq happening after deadline time last night, Wednesday’s front pages feature an assortment of topics. The Guardian leads on the Iran situation, saying hundreds of British troops are ‘on standby’ for the crisis.

© Peter Byrne What the papers say – January 1 (PA). Boris Johnson and global warming dominate headlines on New Year’s Day. The Daily Express leads by saying Boris Johnson “hails a new chapter for a prosperous Britain”, a story The Times also covers.

The Financial Times reports Harry and Meghan on their front page, but gives greater prominent to Donald Trump’s “measured” reaction to Iran’s missile strikes.

And the Daily Star leads with a story on scientists saying people should eat pond scum.

What the papers say – January 17 .
The royals, gambling, health and high street rent are among the stories making the front pages.The Guardian reports that “the brothers who own the high street bookmaker Betfred are making millions from a business that treats public sector staff for health problems including gambling addiction”.

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