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What the papers say – April 21

21/04/2018

The continuing saga over the immigration status of the so-called Windrush generation and a development in the Salisbury poisoning case lead the Saturday papers.

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What the papers say – April 19

19/04/2018

The continuing saga over the treatment of the Windrush generation,  a war on plastic and Britain getting a blast of hot air are being covered in Thursday’s papers.

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What the papers say – April 6

06/04/2018

The latest on the Salisbury poison attack, violence on the streets of London and developments in the case of a burglar who was fatally stabbed all feature on the Friday fronts.

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What the papers say – April 5

05/04/2018

The arrest of a pensioner after a stabbed burglar died in south-east London leads many of Thursday’s papers, with the Salisbury latest, gender pay gap and school meals also making an appearance.

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What the papers say – April 4

04/04/2018

The nerve agent latest, the gender pay gap and two teenagers dying on the streets of London lead many of the papers on Wednesday.

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What the papers say – April 1

01/04/2018

Politics is never far from the front of the Sunday papers and today’s offering is no exception, with the latest tribulations of the Labour party covered, while Brexit and child burial fees are mentioned too.

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What the papers say – March 31

31/03/2018

The front pages cover a range of stories, from the death of an SAS soldier in Syria to a minister’s call for teenagers to have Saturday jobs.

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What the papers say – March 26

26/03/2018

There’s a mixed bag on the front pages of Monday’s papers with the NHS budget, Jeremy Corbyn and the gender pay gap all making an appearance.

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What the papers say – March 9

09/03/2018

Donald Trump’s trade tariffs, medical magic and the latest on the poisoning of a former spy and his daughter in Wiltshire appear on the front of Friday’s papers.

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What the papers say – March 8

08/03/2018

The latest developments in the suspected poisoning of a Russian double agent make the majority of the front pages – with the papers leading on the development that a policeman is in a critical condition.

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What the papers say – March 7

07/03/2018

The latest on a Russian double agent who is fighting for his life leads the papers for a second day – as the inquiry into how Sergei Skripal fell critically ill continues.

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What the papers say – March 5

05/03/2018

Trade wars, Carillion and tributes to Sir Roger Bannister are among the stories making the headlines on Monday’s front pages.

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What the papers say – February 9

09/02/2018

The Brexit latest and the capturing of two so-called Islamic State fighters known as ‘The Beatles’ are making the headlines in Friday’s papers.

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