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‘The big squeeze’: what the papers say about Bank of England’s recession forecast

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Friday’s papers are united in gloom, placing front and centre the Bank of England’s grim forecast of a lengthy recession and inflation rising to its highest level since 1980. The Financial Times goes big with a “red a...

‘PM’s long goodbye’: what the papers said about Boris Johnson’s sort-of resignation

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The chaotic choreography of Boris Johnson’s sort-of resignation as prime minister delivered some contrasting front pages on Friday. The Guardian has a poster-style front page with a picture of an “unrepentant” Johnson...

‘Johnson on the brink’: what the papers said about Boris Johnson’s cabinet resignations

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After limping along in the wake of the Partygate investigation, multiple sex scandals and successive policy failures, Boris Johnson is approaching the endgame of his time in Downing Street, according to the papers. “O...

‘Britain runs into the buffers’: what the papers say about the rail strikes

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The prospect of midsummer misery as Britain grinds to a halt amid a paralysing series of rail strikes is the main story for most of the papers on Tuesday. “Britain runs into the buffers”, says the splash headline in t...

‘Failure of leadership’: what the papers say about Johnson and the Sue Gray Partygate report

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The front pages of the British newspapers offer very contrasting shades of Gray in their handling of the report into the Partygate scandal and its implications for Boris Johnson’s tenure in 10 Downing Street. “Drinkin...

‘Liars and lawbreakers’: what the papers say about Johnson’s Partygate fine

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As might be expected, there is a polarity to the coverage in today’s papers of Boris Johnson and Rishi Sunak being among those to receive a fixed-penalty notice over Partygate. “PM: I broke my own law but I refuse to ...

‘Her blood … his hands’: what the papers say about Russia’s invasion of Ukraine

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The front pages in Britain and around the world are devoted to the shocking events in Ukraine, with graphic images of the destruction unleashed by Vladimir Putin. A photograph of a woman with a bloodied and bandaged h...

‘Hanging by a thread’: what the papers say about Johnson’s fight to stay in power

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A fiery demand by former minister David Davis for Boris Johnson to resign fills many front pages, while others hone in on the prime minister’s defiance in the face of a Conservative rebellion. The Guardian splashes wi...

‘Porkie pie plot’: what the papers say about Tory push to oust Boris Johnson

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A rising Conservative rebellion against Boris Johnson that could see the prime minister ousted over the No 10 party scandals dominate the front pages. The manoeuvring by some Red Wall Tory MPs – dubbed the “pork pie p...

‘The party’s over, Boris’: what the papers say about Johnson’s No 10 crisis

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Boris Johnson’s grip on the prime ministership is openly questioned on the front pages, as unease in Tory ranks grows over the latest revelations of garden parties at No 10 at a time when gatherings were limited to on...

‘Boris plays catch-up’: what the papers say about Johnson’s tax plan

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The prime minister strikes a series of unusual poses on the front pages of UK papers as he sets out his tax hike plan, with MPs likely to pass the £12bn healthcare levy on Wednesday. The Guardian’s headline asks wheth...

‘Code red for humanity’: what the papers say about the IPCC report on the climate crisis

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The British front pages are filled with alarm in the wake of the release of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change’s global climate change report – the first since 2013 – which finds that human activity is chan...

The person to ‘weaken’ America: what the Kremlin papers said about Trump

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In January 2016, America was coming to terms with what had previously seemed incredible. Barring an unforeseen event, Donald J Trump was on course to become the Republican party’s presidential candidate. Some welcomed...

‘Masking for trouble’: what the papers say about Johnson lifting Covid restrictions

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Boris Johnson’s announcement that most coronavirus restrictions will be lifted from 19 July – while acknowledging that new cases could reach 50,000 a day before then – dominates today’s front pages. The Guardian’s top...

‘Domshell’: what the papers say about Dominic Cummings’ attack on Boris Johnson

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It was an extraordinary day in British politics. A rain of fire. A grenade. A “Domshell”. Dominic Cummings’ seven-hour performance before Westminster MPs on Wednesday filled the UK front pages on Thursday, with his co...

‘Happy hours … for now’: what the papers say about Britain emerging from lockdown

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Newspapers are almost unanimous in identifying the easing of coronavirus restrictions as the biggest story of the day – but they all deliver the news with a health warning. As the most parts of the UK take another ste...

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