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US News What the papers say – March 27

09:15  27 march  2020
09:15  27 march  2020 Source:   msn.com

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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.

a close up of a newspaper: What the papers say – March 27 © Peter Byrne What the papers say – March 27

The applause for NHS workers, preparations for a large upswing in coronavirus cases in London, and police efforts to enforce the lockdown feature prominently on the nation’s papers on Friday.

The Guardian says nurses are being sent to London as the city gears up for a ‘tsunami’ of coronavirus patients, with The Independent also leading on London’s expected surge.

The Daily Star, Daily Express and Metro lead on police efforts to catch people flouting isolation guidelines.

The Daily Telegraph reports on the expected rise in the number of unemployed owing to the outbreak, alongside a photo of princes George and Louis and Princess Charlotte applauding NHS workers.

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New measures to limit the spread of the coronavirus lead Tuesday’s papers . “Stay at home, this is a national emergency” The Guardian quotes the Prime The Times leads on the newest measures against the virus along with a column that says of Mr Johnson’s speech to the country: “The absence

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The young royals also feature on the front of the Daily Mail, alongside a lead story on the Government saying home moves should be suspended.

The Times also reports on the Government effectively “suspending” the housing market.

Meanwhile, the Financial Times and the i lead on the announcement of a financial support package for the self-employed.

The Daily Mirror reports on the nation’s salute to “virus heroes”, saying: “Your country loves you.”

And “One Brit dies every 13 minutes” is the splash on the front of The Sun, alongside a photo of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex which flags their move to Los Angeles.

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