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UK News What the papers say – June 13

10:00  13 june  2018
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What the papers say – June 15

  What the papers say – June 15 Pictures of the Queen and Duchess of Sussex appear on the front pages.The Times leads with claims from some BBC presenters that they have been “thrown under a bus” by the corporation after being moved on to the staff payroll rather than having their income paid to personal companies.

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What the papers say – June 12 © Provided by The Press Association What the papers say – June 12

The Singapore summit between Donald Trump and Kim Jong Un and the Brexit latest make the fronts of Wednesday’s papers.

The Times leads with a picture of the US and North Korean leaders above a story about the United States calling an end to “war games” on the Korean peninsula.

The Guardian says the US promise to suspend military exercises with South Korea was made in a bid to “woo” Mr Kim, while the main story focuses on the Brexit bill and Theresa May “narrowly avoiding a humiliating defeat”.

What the papers say – June 19

  What the papers say – June 19 NHS funding, an interview with Thomas Markle and England’s World Cup victory make the fronts on Tuesday.The Financial Times reports that the PM will give Chancellor Philip Hammond a “free hand” to rip up the Tory party’s manifesto pledges on tax in order to pay for the £20 billion plan.

8. Vladimir Zykov article headlined "Roskomnadzor finds hentai children's pornography" says that 13 Japanese H-manga cartoons, available in the Russian social 2. Alexander Litoy article headlined "Butchers and elections" describes the June 12 opposition March in Moscow; p 1 (400 words).

RBC Daily. 1. Svetlana Makunina article headlined "Endless checks" says that the probe into lawmaker Ilya Ponomarev's receiving some 0,000 from the Skolkovo foundation should end on 21 June .

According to the Financial Times, Conservative rebels forced Mrs May into a “Brexit climbdown”, with the concession “all but ruling out a no-deal Brexit”.

The Independent also runs with a similar line, saying the climbdown handed Parliament greater control of Brexit if Mrs May fails to seal a deal.

The Sun calls Mrs May “desperate”, referring to the situation as “chaos”, with Leavers and Remainers appearing to be told different things about any potential “veto” of a no-deal.

And the Daily Telegraph reports that a trio of Government ministers have held talks with anti-Brexit campaigners who wish to hold a second EU referendum, while the Daily Express says the PM “fought off” Brexit rebels, and that the Government had quelled a Tory revolt.

Meanwhile, the Metro‘s main picture is of Donald Trump and Kim Jong-Un, with the paper running the headline: “Kim hearts Don”.

Its lead story is also on the Brexit vote, with the paper reporting that Mrs May had bought time on the bill after offering concessions.

The i runs with the headline: “May wins the day”, saying the Prime Minister avoided a “disastrous Brexit defeat”.

Elsewhere, the Daily Mirror leads with a “crisis in our classrooms”, with headteachers warning about the dangers of addictive games such as Fortnite.

The Daily Mail carries a story about the rate of prosecutions of British jihadis returning from Iraq and Syria, with the paper reporting 40 out of 400 have been subject to legal action.

And the Daily Star reports on the health of actor Leslie Grantham.

What the papers say – June 12 .
Impending votes on Brexit feature prominently on the fronts.MPs are due to vote on key legislation as the EU (Withdrawal) Bill returns to the Commons, with Theresa May facing 48 hours of parliamentary warfare.


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