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What the papers say – June 18

Monday  10:10,   18 june 2018
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Backlash over Theresa May’s NHS announcement leads many of the papers.The Prime Minister is due to promise a £20 billion funding boost to the health service during a speech in[...]

Breast cancer patients ‘denied reconstructive surgery due to NHS restrictions’

Monday  09:10,   18 june 2018
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Restrictive policies have been branded “totally unacceptable”.Figures revealed nearly a quarter of local NHS commissioning groups had introduced policies to restrict reconstruction services for non-clinical reasons, the Breast Cancer Now[...]

Father and son found dead in river 'were looking for metal'

Monday  05:30,   18 june 2018
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The bodies of a father and son have been discovered in a river after the pair went missing during a magnet fishing trip. Police said divers made the discovery in the River Calder, in Huddersfield, West Yorkshire, on Saturday evening after they were [...]

Rebuilding Glasgow art school 'could cost £100m'

Monday  05:30,   18 june 2018
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Rebuilding the Glasgow School of Art following a the devastating fire could cost at least £100m, according to experts.  Academics specialising in fire risk and construction management at Glasgow Caledonian University came up with the estimated[...]

Two held over fire that gutted nightclub and church

Sunday  16:55,   17 june 2018
msn

Fire crews were called to the former Zanzibar club and Bethel Community Church in the Stow Hill area of Newport at 6.30pm on Friday. Gwent Police said significant damage was caused by the fire, which was brought under control after three hours.More[...]

What the papers say – June 15

Friday  10:01,   15 june 2018
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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[...]

Immigration cap for foreign medics set to be softened

Thursday  13:41,   14 june 2018
news.sky

Immigration rules are due to be softened to allow thousands more doctors and nurses from non-EU countries into Britain. The move is expected to be announced by Home Secretary Sajid Javid on Friday as part of a drive to let in more highly-skilled[...]

Grenfell survivor: Time to reflect and make sure the world is still listening

Thursday  13:16,   14 june 2018
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But Antonio Roncolato, who is still in temporary accommodation a year later, also expressed frustration at a litany of promises broken by authorities.The anniversary of the Grenfell Tower fire is an opportunity to “make sure that the world is still[...]

Man, 21, charged with murder after Andover stabbing

Thursday  11:56,   14 june 2018
msn

William Rudiak was pronounced dead at the scene.Ben Harvey, of Ridges View, Little London, near Andover, has also been charged with aggravated burglary and trespass with intent to commit a sexual offence, Hampshire Constabulary[...]

What the papers say – June 14

Thursday  10:00,   14 june 2018
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The first anniversary of the Grenfell Tower disaster makes the fronts on Thursday.The Times features a tale on the Brexit debate, saying that Labour suffered a “mass revolt” in the vote, alongside a main story about the problems caused by social[...]

The horror of filming the Grenfell Tower fire

Thursday  09:45,   14 june 2018
news.sky

As a cameraman on a night shift, being asked to go to a fire at a house or a block of flats is not unusual.  It usually involves driving to a location and finding a couple of fire engines packing away their hoses. You end up asking bystanders[...]

Pippa Middleton will officially receive a royal title

Wednesday  18:51,   13 june 2018
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SNP: Mundell should quit after Brexit ‘power grab by backdoor’

Wednesday  13:00,   13 june 2018
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SNP Westminster leader Ian Blackford hit out after the Commons spent just 15 minutes debating how Brexit will impact on devolution.MSN has launched a campaign to tackle loneliness, which affects 9 million across all age groups and walks of life in[...]

'I should be a lady of leisure… I'm a lady of agony': Pensioner, 70, who survived Grenfell Tower tells of her trouble rebuilding her shattered life

Wednesday  12:21,   13 june 2018
dailymail.co.uk

Rukayetu Mamudu, 70, and her grandson Tyrshondre, then 12, were some of the first survivors to escape the fire in the early hours of June 14, but their ordeal was only just beginning.Rukayetu Mamudu, 70, and her grandson Tyrshondre, then 12, were[...]

What the papers say – June 13

Wednesday  10:00,   13 june 2018
msn

Brexit and the Singapore summit dominate the headlines.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[...]