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What the papers say – November 10

10/11/2018

A “crisis” for Theresa May after Jo Johnson quit the Cabinet over her Brexit plan and demanded a second referendum tops most of the Saturday papers.

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What the papers say – November 3

03/11/2018

An array of stories make the front pages of Saturday’s papers, with the impact of IVF on adoption rates, Sir Philip Green and claims of a 30-year-old school pupil making headlines.

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What the papers say – November 2

02/11/2018

An investigation into Arron Banks over the Leave.EU campaign spending, a ministerial resignation and a potential return for David Cameron make headlines on Friday.

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What the papers say – October 26

26/10/2018

Retail tycoon Sir Philip Green features on nearly every front page on Friday after he was named in Parliament as the businessman at the centre of #MeToo allegations of sexual harassment and racial abuse.

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What the papers say – October 24

24/10/2018

The latest lines on the fallout from the murder of Saudi Arabian journalist Jamal Khashoggi, a businessman accused of harassment granted legal anonymity and fast food are on Wednesday’s front pages.

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What the papers say – October 20

20/10/2018

A mixed bag of news makes the front pages on Saturday, from developments in the case of Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi to the release of radical preacher Anjem Choudary.

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What the papers say – October 18

18/10/2018

Brexit tops the agenda on Thursday after Theresa May indicated she was ready to consider extending Britain’s transition out of the EU for a further year to the end of 2021.

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What the papers say – October 13

13/10/2018

Princess Eugenie’s fairytale wedding to Jack Brooksbank dominates the headlines on Saturday – alongside more Brexit backlash and an investigation into potential health risks at the Grenfell fire site.

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What the papers say – October 11

11/10/2018

Proposals to make businesses publish their ethnicity pay gap are on several of Thursday’s front pages, along with Brexit ructions and Strictly Come Dancing.

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What the papers say – October 10

10/10/2018

A variety of topics including issues facing young people, welfare and Strictly make headlines on Wednesday – along with a dash of Brexit.

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What the papers say – October 9

09/10/2018

The so-called “Strictly curse” continues to make headlines on Tuesday, alongside new claims about the identity of one of the Salisbury poisoning suspects.

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What the papers say – September 26

26/09/2018

Jeremy Corbyn’s closing address at the Labour Party conference, a speech by Theresa May in the US and an event allowing members of the public to sleep in Fred West’s cell make headlines on Wednesday.

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