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  • Newspaper headlines: ‘Welcome to Londongrad’ and Pompeo attacks WHO

    Newspaper headlines: ‘Welcome to Londongrad’ and Pompeo attacks WHO0

    Image caption “Welcome to Londongrad,” is the Metro’s splash headline, reporting the release of a report into Russian interference in the UK. The paper says Parliament’s Intelligence and Security Committee revealed a “scandal of blind eye to interference by Russians”, as it notes MPs’ description of London as a “Laundromat” for Russian cash. Image caption

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  • Newspaper headlines: UK goes ‘our own Huawei’ and masks in the office

    Newspaper headlines: UK goes ‘our own Huawei’ and masks in the office0

    Image caption “We’ll go our own Huawei”, is the Metro’s headline, channelling Fleetwood Mac as it reports on the prime minister’s U-turn on allowing the Chinese company to be part of the UK’s 5G network. Tory backbenchers have criticised the initial decision to allow the technology firm’s involvement in 5G infrastructure. Image caption The Huawei

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  • Newspaper headlines: China’s warning to UK and ‘naughty Tory’ on trial

    Newspaper headlines: China’s warning to UK and ‘naughty Tory’ on trial0

    Newspaper headlines: China’s warning to UK and ‘naughty Tory’ on trial By BBC News Staff Image caption Several papers lead with stories about China and the UK. The Times reports a warning from the Chinese ambassador that Britain will have to “bear the consequences” if equipment from Huawei is banned from the UK’s 5G mobile

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  • Newspaper headlines: ‘More local lockdowns’ to follow Leicester

    Newspaper headlines: ‘More local lockdowns’ to follow Leicester0

    Newspaper headlines: ‘More local lockdowns’ to follow Leicester By BBC News Staff Image caption The Guardian leads with a warning from scientists and public health directors that more local lockdowns could be on the way, after restrictions were tightened again in Leicester following a rise in coronavirus cases. Bars and restaurants in the rest of

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  • Newspaper headlines: Leaked back-to-work coronavirus plan and NHS app

    Newspaper headlines: Leaked back-to-work coronavirus plan and NHS app0

    Newspaper headlines: Leaked back-to-work coronavirus plan and NHS app By BBC News Staff Image caption Leaked government guidance on how people could return to work makes the front pages of several newspapers. The Daily Mirror suggests regions of the UK could face “local lockdowns” if there are signs of another virus outbreak. The draft documents

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  • Newspaper headlines: ‘Stay in for heroes’ and Queen ‘rallies nation’

    Newspaper headlines: ‘Stay in for heroes’ and Queen ‘rallies nation’0

    Newspaper headlines: ‘Stay in for heroes’ and Queen ‘rallies nation’ By BBC News Staff Image caption The emotive words of Chief Nursing Officer Ruth May, speaking after the death of two nurses who contracted the coronavirus, give the Daily Mirror its headline. “Please stay at home for them,” she said. Image caption “Stay at home”

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