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Newspaper headlines: ‘Fantastic Brexit’ and ‘bog roll Brexit’

By BBC News Staff Image caption Brexit is going to be “fantastic” for the UK economy and Theresa May is going to do a “good deal” with Brussels, according to David Davis in the Daily…

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Newspaper headlines: Fears and confidence over Brexit

By BBC News Staff Image caption The UK’s post-Brexit future provides a focus for Friday’s front pages – with the Times reporting that Airbus is on the brink of pulling British investment after losing patience…


Newspaper headlines: Prosecution call over Gosport hospital deaths

By BBC News Staff Image caption The report into the deaths of hundreds of patients at Gosport War Memorial Hospital after they were given dangerous doses of painkillers for no medical reason leads several papers….


Newspaper headlines: GCHQ Brexit warning and fizzy drink ‘shortage’

By BBC News Staff Image caption The Guardian says the director of surveillance agency GCHQ has made an unprecedented intervention in a growing row over post-Brexit security. Jeremy Fleming “upped the ante” by warning of…


Newspaper headlines: NHS tax ‘headache’ and England’s Captain Marvel

By BBC News Staff Image caption England skipper Harry Kane is pictured on the front pages after scoring the last-gasp winner in the 2-1 World Cup win over Tunisia. The Times describes him as Captain…


Newspaper headlines: PM ‘under fire for Brexit dividend claim’ and ‘We Kane Do It’

By BBC News Staff Image caption Many of Monday’s papers lead on Theresa May’s £20bn NHS funding boost announcement – and the potential tax rise to fund it. The Daily Telegraph says a stealth tax…


Newspaper headlines: May’s £20bn NHS boost and mother’s ‘cannabis oil victory’

By BBC News Staff Image caption Most of Saturday’s front pages lead on the announcement from Theresa May that the NHS will get a cash boost. The Observer reports the extra £20bn a year will…


Newspaper headlines: ‘Purge of the middle class’ and Dirty Den tributes

By BBC News Staff Image caption The Daily Telegraph says leading UK employers are asking staff if they went to public school in a drive to improve diversity. It reports that ministers have published a…




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