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UK News What the papers say – March 12

09:28  12 march  2018
09:28  12 march  2018 Source:

What the papers say – March 2

  What the papers say – March 2 Worsening weather continues to dominate the headlines.Most of the national newspapers lead on Storm Emma, as it batters Britain and leaves a trail of destruction in its wake.

12 . Viktor Khamrayev interview with Denis Sokolov of the National Economy and Civil Service Academy headlined "Caucasus is trap for vertical". Only initial financial support has been estimated at billion per year, the paper says ; pp 1, 3 (600 words).

5. Tatyana Ivzhenko article titled "Crimean Tatars have their own opinion" quotes an expert as saying that Crimean Tatars have a strong say in ensuring stability in Crimea as their community is big enough to turn Crimea into a second Kosovo. On March 12 , Mustafa Dzhemilev representing the Tatar

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A warning from health chiefs following the suspected nerve agent attack against a former Russian spy and his daughter dominates the front pages on Monday.

Public Health England urged any pub-goers and diners who were in The Mill pub or Zizzi restaurant in Salisbury last weekend to wash clothing and possessions after traces of contamination were found at the venues.

The Daily Telegraph says hundreds of people could have been affected by the poison – with local residents questioning why they were not warned sooner.

The paper claims there is “growing anger” in the city, and runs with the headline: “Officials face nerve agent backlash”.

What the papers say – March 7

  What the papers say – March 7 Boris Johnson’s World Cup warnings and the bankruptcy of a Coronation Street actor also feature on the fronts.The Times leads with reports that the suspected poisoning of Mr Skripal and his daughter Yulla is being treated as an assassination attempt linked to Russia.

Today's main stories include tributes to union leader, Bob Crow and Ed Miliband ruling out an in-out referendum on EU membership if he is made Prime Minister.

12 . Vladimir Gurvich essay called "Stagnation as result of stabilization" says that the Russian authorities have finalized their ideological and 15. Yury Paniyev report "Moscow given until March 6 to defuse crisis" says that the U.S. and the EU are discussing sanctions in relation to Russia; p 8 (1

The Daily Express also carries comments from “furious” local residents, and asks: “Why did it take so long to raise alarm over health threat?”

“Wash and burn”, says the Metro in its front page headline, as it reports that up to 500 people were urged to wash their clothes, while the i brands it an “astonishing government warning”.

The Times reports that Theresa May is set to publicly blame Russia for the attempted murder of Sergei and Yulia Skripal.

The paper says senior government sources had suggested that the police and security services had established enough evidence to link Moscow with the nerve agent.

And the Independent says the Prime Minister has come under pressure to plan a “strong retaliation” against Russia.

Elsewhere, both the Daily Mirror and The Sun report that football pundit Jamie Carragher appeared to spit in the face of a 14-year-old girl after Liverpool’s 2-1 defeat by Manchester United.

The former Liverpool and England defender tweeted that he had apologised to the girl and her family.

New revelations about vice-chancellors’ pay make the front of the Guardian, with the paper claiming that university chiefs earn far more than the leaders of councils and health trusts.

The Daily Mail says a child-grooming scandal in the Shropshire town of Telford could be Britain’s worst ever, with up to 1,000 children believed to have fallen victim to sex gangs over a 40-year period.

What the papers say – March 16

  What the papers say – March 16 The Salisbury nerve agent attack sees the West make a stand against Russia as Britain and its closest allies blame Moscow.The four allies said it was “an assault on UK sovereignty” and a breach of international law that “threatens the security of us all”.

18. Vitaly Gaydayev article called "Exporters support Bank of Russia" analyzes factors that boosted the ruble's recovery on March 26 ; p 8 (536 words). 12 . Irina Mokrousova and Alexei Nikolsky article titled "Sukhoi Superjet flying to China" says that a group including Henan Oberoi Aircraft Company

March 21 2014 - 10:03. What the Papers Say , March 21. 12 . Mikhail Serov article headlined "Fleet to sink gas discount" says that as Crimea joined Russia Ukraine may soon lose its gas discount granted for accommodating Russia's Black Sea Fleet in Crimea; p 12 (400 words).

And the Financial Times says its own analysis found that multinationals are now paying significantly lower rates of tax than before the 2008 financial crisis.

The Daily Star reports that Jeremy Clarkson had slammed claims his Grand Tour should had been axed.

What the papers say – March 20 .
Ant McPartlin’s return to rehab makes the front pages on Tuesday. The Daily Mirror leads with a picture of the Saturday Night Takeaway star moments after his Mini was involved in a crash in London. It reports that the 42-year-old has checked back into rehab and that this week’s episode of Saturday night Takeaway has been cancelled.Tomorrow's front page: Ant back in rehab#tomorrowspaperstoday

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