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US News What the papers say – March 17

08:10  17 march  2020
08:10  17 march  2020 Source:   msn.com

What the papers say – March 11

  What the papers say – March 11 Budget and coronavirus stories dominate the front pages on Wednesday.The Daily Mail, The Guardian and the i report that extra support for the NHS to deal with the Covid-19 epidemic is expected to be among the key features of the plans.

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Theresa May is warning MPs they have just three days to back her deal or face Britain remaining under EU rule, the Sunday Express says . Meanwhile, the Sunday Mirror carries a photo of three-year-old Mucad Ibrahim, said to be the youngest victim of the New Zealand terror attack.

a close up of a newspaper: What the papers say – March 17 © Peter Byrne What the papers say – March 17

The Prime Minister’s press conference on the coronavirus – and his advice to Britons to avoid all non-essential contact – leads the bulk of Tuesday’s papers.

The Times says normal life has been put on hold for up to a year as restrictions “unprecedented in peacetime” are being brought into effect.

The Daily Telegraph carries the headline “Life put on hold”, with the Prime Minister calling on people to avoid pubs, clubs and theatres.

What the papers say – March 18

  What the papers say – March 18 The coronavirus pandemic leads Wednesday’s front pages.The Guardian reports the Government has promised to battle Britain’s “biggest peacetime threat” in a package described by the Daily Mirror as aimed at helping businesses and families amid the pandemic.

Tue 17 Mar 2020 04.28 GMT Last modified on Tue 17 Mar 2020 04.37 GMT. The Telegraph says simply: “Life put on hold” above a stormy looking prime minister. It highlights the latest quarantine measures and says a third of the population has been warned to avoid social contact this weekend.

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.

The Guardian‘s front page has a similar theme, with reports suggesting this approach could limit the death toll to 20,000, rather than six figures, as many fear.

The continued impact of the pandemic on global markets leads the Financial Times, which says stocks took a “fresh pummelling” on Monday.

Metro carries the headline “time to get anti-social”, while the i says the public is being urged to work from home where possible.

The Independent has the concise headline “Lockdown”.

The Sun mocks up a “closed” sign over the UK, saying the Grand National is cancelled among other events as the “PM shuts down Britain”.

What the papers say – March 20

  What the papers say – March 20 The first coronavirus vaccine trial in the UK and a message from the Queen make the papers on Friday.The Times leads with words from the Queen saying Britain must “come together to work as one”, while the paper also reports on the first medical trials of vaccines beginning in the UK.

Increasing anxiety about the coronavirus in the UK and a Cabinet Office inquiry into Priti Patel’s treatment of staff dominate Tuesday’s front pages. The Daily Express and The Independent lead with Mr Johnson saying a significant outbreak of the coronavirus across the UK is likely in the coming days.

— The Telegraph (@Telegraph) March 8, 2020. The Times and The Guardian split their front pages between reports on the coronavirus in Italy and some domestic political coverage. The Times has a story on the suspension of Labour Party veteran Trevor Phillips over Islamophobia allegations

The Daily Mirror leads on Mr Johnson’s “pandemic message”.

The Daily Mail says that Britain has “shut up shop”, as the country faces the “biggest shutdown of normal life since the Second World War”.

Mr Johnson “rallying” Britons to defeat the virus leads the Daily Express.

And the Daily Star says Britons will be asked to remain socially isolated, like Home Alone’s Kevin.

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