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  • Newspaper headlines: Free internet pledge and high street tax cuts

    Newspaper headlines: Free internet pledge and high street tax cuts0

    Image caption Various campaign pledges by the political parties continue to feature on the front pages. Labour’s proposal to part-nationalise Britain’s broadband network and offer free internet access to every household and business makes the front of the Times. The paper says shadow chancellor John McDonnell will later outline the party’s most radical policy of

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  • Newspaper headlines: Police probe into PM ‘shelved’ and Labour’s spending

    Newspaper headlines: Police probe into PM ‘shelved’ and Labour’s spending0

    Image caption The Observer leads on the “fury” after the police watchdog delayed its decision on whether to probe Prime Minister Boris Johnson for possible criminal misconduct while he was mayor of London until after the general election. It is alleged businesswoman Jennifer Arcuri received favourable treatment due to her friendship with Mr Johnson. But,

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  • Newspaper headlines: PM’s last-ditch Brexit bid and Joker film outrage

    Newspaper headlines: PM’s last-ditch Brexit bid and Joker film outrage0

    Image caption Boris Johnson is in talks to save his proposed Brexit deal, according to the Times, which says the PM used a “round of calls to EU capitals” to keep his idea to solve the Irish border problem alive. The situation is described by the Finnish premier as a “big mess”. Image caption The

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  • Newspaper headlines: ‘Plan B’ for PM as rebels ‘vow to break him’

    Newspaper headlines: ‘Plan B’ for PM as rebels ‘vow to break him’0

    Image caption Several papers cover the fall-out from Boris Johnson’s week of Parliamentary defeats. The Times says the prime minister is under pressure to “come up with a plan B” as opposition parties pledged to veto his call for a general election. Image caption The opposition are effectively holding the prime minister “hostage” over his

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  • Newspaper headlines: May’s final gamble and Jamie’s ‘kitchen nightmare’

    Newspaper headlines: May’s final gamble and Jamie’s ‘kitchen nightmare’0

    Newspaper headlines: May’s final gamble and Jamie’s ‘kitchen nightmare’ By BBC News Staff Image caption Theresa May’s announcement that MPs will get a vote on a “new” Brexit deal leads most of Wednesday’s papers. The Guardian says the PM’s “final desperate attempt” to patch together a parliamentary majority for her plan appears to have backfired.

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  • Newspaper headlines: ‘Adorable’ Archie meets the Queen

    Newspaper headlines: ‘Adorable’ Archie meets the Queen0

    Image caption Pictures of the newly-named Archie Harrison Mountbatten-Windsor dominate the front pages, after he was introduced to the world for the first time on Wednesday. “Aaahh! It’s Archie the Adorable,” is the headline in the Daily Mail, alongside a photo of Meghan showing the infant to his great-grandmother, the Queen. Image caption The Metro

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