UK News What the papers say – February 5

11:52  05 february  2018
11:52  05 february  2018 Source:   pressassociation.com

What the papers say – February 1

  What the papers say – February 1 Health, education and political issues all make the front pages.The Times previews a speech from the head of education watchdog Ofsted, running with the headline: “Extremists use schools to ‘pervert’ education”.

A scientific breakthrough could herald an end to the common cold, after researchers found a way to "jam" the genetic code and stop the virus replicating, says The Daily Telegraph.

The Daily Telegraph reports one of the Conservatives' biggest backers has accused Ed Miliband of libelling him and is threatening legal action after the Labour leader said that he had avoided tax through a Swiss bank and suggested he is "dodgy".

  What the papers say – February 5 A wintry week ahead for Britain as the temperature rises around Brexit makes the headlines on Monday.

The Queen is also pictured on several front pages, after she made a public appearance in West Newton near Sandringham on Sunday.

On Brexit, The Times says ministers are going to attempt to stop the acrimonious row in the Tory party over Britain’s departure from the EU by reaching a compromise over the next round of negotiations.

The Metro reports on comments by Home Secretary Amber Rudd, who dismissed claims that Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson, Environment Secretary Michael Gove and Jacob Rees-Mogg were plotting to topple Theresa May.

What the papers say – February 4

  What the papers say – February 4 The Prime Minister returns from China to face threats of a coup, according to reports.Meanwhile several papers carry images of Hollywood actress Uma Thurman, who has alleged producer Harvey Weinstein assaulted her in a London hotel room around the release of Pulp Fiction in 1994.

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Many of today's papers report that British security services were under pressure last night to explain how they failed to stop the brutal Islamic State killer, Jihadi John who was unmasked yesterday as a football-loving London university graduate named Mohammed Emwazi.

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