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US News What the papers say – February 14

10:05  14 february  2020
10:05  14 february  2020 Source:   msn.com

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  What the papers say – February 10 The UK’s battering by the ‘storm of the century’ leads the nation’s Monday papers.The Daily Express, Metro and the i all lead with Ciara, dubbing it the “storm of the century”.

A variety of stories lead Thursday’s papers . An east London schoolgirl who left Britain as a 15-year-old to join the Islamic State group has been tracked down by The The Daily Express says UK officials and a US drug company have agreed to reopen talks on providing a life-extending cystic fibrosis drug.

Oxfam continues to make headlines in Wednesday's papers , while Boris Johnson and Barry Bennell also appear on the fronts. The Times leads with the latest developments in the Oxfam sex scandal, reporting that the charity's director in Haiti - Roland van Hauwermeiren - had already been

a close up of a newspaper: What the papers say- February 14 (Peter Byrne/PA) © Peter Byrne What the papers say- February 14 (Peter Byrne/PA)

Sajid Javid resigning from his position as Chancellor, the coronavirus and a row over Agatha Christie are among the stories leading Friday’s papers.

Boris Johnson has moved to seize control over the Treasury in an unexpectedly brutal reshuffle, The Guardian reports in a story echoed by the Daily Express.

The Daily Mirror calls the Cabinet changes a “bloodbath”, while the Daily Mail says it is a “Brutal Boris power grab”.

The Daily Telegraph‘s take on the story of the day is “Johnson brings Treasury to heel”, while the i calls Mr Javid’s resignation a “surprise” and the Financial Times reports that he walked out “in protest over Johnson’s Treasury power grab”.

The former Chancellor has fired a warning shot at the Prime Minister, according to The Times, an aspect The Independent also focuses on, while Metro reports that Mr Javid was “thrown under the bus”.

And the Daily Star says “Agatha Christie fans have blasted the BBC for turning its adaptation of her book The Pale Horse into an X-rated swear fest”.

Irish weather forecast: Met Eireann issue advisory as Storm Dennis to bring 'very wet and windy' conditions .
The national forecaster said weather warnings will followThe national forecaster revealed we're in for "very wet" and "very windy" conditions with flooding likely and a possibility of "damaging gusty winds".

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