UK News What the papers say – May 14

10:15  14 may  2018
10:15  14 may  2018 Source:   pressassociation.com

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A security warning by the head of MI5 and the death of Dame Tessa Jowell feature prominently on the front pages on Monday.

The Daily Telegraph reports that the MI5’s director general is due to appeal to European leaders not to put their “shared strength” at risk by weakening security and intelligence-sharing after Brexit.

The paper says Andrew Parker will tell them that co-operation is more vital than ever in the face of Russia’s “aggressive and pernicious actions”.

A picture of Dame Tessa also features on the front page, as it was revealed that her dying wish for cancer patients to be offered experimental methods of treatment will be granted.

What the papers say – May 18

  What the papers say – May 18 Prince Harry and Meghan Markle make an appearance as the big day draws near.Nearly all of the papers carry images of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle after the soon-to-be wed couple were spotted during the dry-run in Windsor.

1. Yelena Kukol article headlined "What should be considered main thing" says Russian officials including judges, servicemen and members of their families should get rid of foreign bank accounts in accordance with the law published by the paper on 14 May ; pp 1, 5 (668 words).

By Ed Holden. Last updated: 02 May 2013, 14 :56 BST. Print this story. I Need to say sorry to her family. Scheming Mark Bridger was branded a liar yesterday as a jury heard he could not remember what happened to April Jones - the five-year-old he is accused of murdering.

The Times also leads on the MI5 chief’s speech, saying he will deliver Britain’s “strongest condemnation yet” of Russia.

He will blame the Kremlin for the Salisbury poisonings for the first time and criticise its campaign of disinformation, the paper adds.

He will also warn that MI5 has thwarted mass terror attacks in the UK at the rate of one every month since the Westminster attack in March last year, the Independent reports.

What the papers say – May 21

  What the papers say – May 21 Harry and Meghan’s wedding remains the key talking point on Monday.Meghan intends to take the royal family in a new direction, the Daily Mail reports, declaring she is “proud to be a woman and a feminist” in a biography published on the Queen’s official website.

14 . Roman Rozhkov et al. report "Program offensive" says that U.S. IT companies may stop 7. Svetlana Povoraznyuk article headlined "RBK to get rid of Daily" says that the RBK media holding company may rename the daily newspaper RBK Daily into RBK this summer; p 6 (677 words).

14 . Alexandr Korzun interview headlined "'UN depends on Russia'" with UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon, who has arrived in Russia for a visit. 2. Susanna Alperina article headlined "We will show you" says the Public TV will start broadcasting in Russia on May 19 and names the channel's management

The paper’s main image is of Dame Tessa, who died at the age of 70 on Saturday night.

Dame Tessa also features on the front of the i, which reports on her “final victory”.

The paper says the Government will double investment in brain cancer research in honour of the politician.

Meanwhile, the Guardian runs with a powerful front page which features the names of all 71 people who died in the Grenfell Tower fire.

The paper will be featuring interviews with the victims’ families in the lead-up to the one-year anniversary of the tragedy next month.

What the papers say – May 17

  What the papers say – May 17 A proposal to arm rural police officers and the royal wedding are among the big stories.Police in some rural parts of England and Wales could be routinely given guns so they can effectively respond to terror attacks and other incidents quickly, The Times reports.

14 . Article by Dmitry Polikanov, vice president of PIR-Center, in the "Price of issue" opinion column says the exchange of letters between the U.S. and Russian The paper predicts that lawmakers will once again ask the president to sack Education Minister Dmitry Livanov; pp 1-2 (600 words).

14 . Ksenia Boletskaya article headlined "Some 342 journalists" in the column "Figure of the week" says the state awards, that have been 4. Pavel Chernyshov report "Ukraine prepares war with disguise" says that it became known on May 6 that Russian military uniform and fake military IDs have been

The Daily Mail leads on its campaign to reduce plastic waste, while the Daily Express reports that elderly patients face being stranded on hospital wards as care homes go bankrupt.

The Sun says a firm of lawyers has lodged hundreds of new claims of wrongdoing by troops in Iraq, and the Daily Star says Coronation Street actor Michael Le Vell is locked in “peace talks” with his girlfriend.

Elsewhere, both the Daily Mirror and Metro report on allegations that paparazzi photos of Thomas Markle were staged, with the Mirror claiming he will apologise to daughter Meghan, and the Metro raising the question of whether he will still walk her down the aisle at the weekend.

The Financial Times says Donald Trump has ordered a U-turn on Chinese telecom firm ZTE, which had previously been banned from sourcing vital components from US companies, after a personal plea from China’s president.

What the papers say – May 11 .
Reaction to Dame Barbara Windsor’s health battle and controversy over Government funding for grammar schools top the headlines.The Daily Mail describes the school expansion fund as a “new dawn for grammar schools”, reporting that the Tories had fulfilled their pledge to increase choice for parents.

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