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What the papers say – July 18

18/07/2019

The return to the UK of the brother of the Manchester Arena bomber, Theresa May’s final speech as Prime Minister and a potential ban on young drivers fill Thursday’s front pages.

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What the papers say – July 10

10/07/2019

The diplomatic row between the UK and US over ambassador Sir Kim Darroch rumbles on, while the Queen is pictured on a visit to Cambridge on Wednesday’s front pages.

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What the papers say – July 9

09/07/2019

A diplomatic row between the UK and US has deepened, while Formula One boss Bernie Ecclestone reportedly says he would lay his life on the line for Vladimir Putin.

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What the papers say – July 7

07/07/2019

Pictures of baby Archie after his christening make headlines in the Sunday papers, alongside developments across the political spectrum.

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What the papers say – July 6

06/07/2019

The latest on the Conservative leadership race makes headlines on Saturday alongside stories about the christening of Archie, the baby of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex.

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What the papers say – July 5

05/07/2019

The front pages are filled with differing perspectives on drugs, Tory leadership rivals and secret government files found in a London rubbish bin.

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What the papers say – July 4

04/07/2019

Politics takes centre stage in Thursday’s papers with Boris Johnson unveiling a ‘manifesto’ and Jeremy Hunt revealing his support for changing fox hunting legislation.

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What the papers say – July 3

03/07/2019

Fallout from the BBC’s annual report – and revelations on the salaries paid to its top talent – make the headlines on Wednesday alongside pictures of England’s football team after defeat at the World Cup.

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What the papers say – June 29

29/06/2019

The conclusion of the London Bridge terror attack inquest, Theresa May meeting Vladimir Putin and councils earning £1 billion from parking charges all make the front pages on Saturday.

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What the papers say – June 28

28/06/2019

Boris Johnson’s leadership bid, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex’s trip to South Africa, and a potential cure for baldness all make the front pages on Friday.

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What the papers say – June 27

27/06/2019

A variety of stories make the front pages on Thursday – from the latest pledges by the Tory leadership contenders to promising news in the fight against cervical cancer.

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What the papers say – June 26

26/06/2019

Boris Johnson appears across the front pages again on Wednesday, this time after a photographer caught him in a moment of affection with a supporter – albeit of the four-legged kind.

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What the papers say – June 25

25/06/2019

The latest fallout on Boris Johnson’s row and the cost to taxpayers for renovating the Duke and Duchess of Sussex’s new home lead Tuesday’s papers.

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What the papers say – June 24

24/06/2019

Scrutiny of Boris Johnson over a row at the home he shares with his partner has spilled into a new week, with the Tory leadership hopeful making headlines across the front pages.

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What the papers say – June 22

22/06/2019

Revelations that police were called to the home Boris Johnson shares with partner Carrie Symonds lead most of Saturday’s papers.

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What the papers say – June 21

21/06/2019

The Tory leadership battle between Boris Johnson and Jeremy Hunt dominates the front pages on Friday after Michael Gove was eliminated from the race.

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What the papers say – June 12

12/06/2019

Stories on weather, Brexit jockeying and reaction to charging old age pensioners for TV licences lead Wednesday’s papers.

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What the papers say – June 11

11/06/2019

Tuesday’s papers are led by a range of stories including the latest battles for the Conservative leadership and “outrage” at means-testing for TV licences for over-75s.

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