UK News What the papers say – April 9

08:15  10 april  2018
08:15  10 april  2018 Source:   Press Association

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The appropriate resolution was passed on April 8; p 2 (250 words). 5. Margarita Papchenkova article titled "Finance Ministry to respond to U.S." says the Finance Ministry has drafted a bill that would allow Russian banks to directly share information about its customers with foreign tax authorities.

The Sun reports that a man dubbed the King of Diamonds may have masterminded the £200million Hatton Garden heist.

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The slaughter of dozens of Syrians, including children, in a suspected poison gas attack dominates the front pages on Monday.

Donald Trump led international condemnation of the atrocity feared to have left at least 40 dead in a rebel-held town near Damascus, calling Syrian president Bashar Assad an “animal”.

The US president also delivered his harshest criticism of Russian president Vladimir Putin since taking office over the attack, the Daily Telegraph says.

Britain was in urgent talks with allies in Paris, Washington and the United Nations on Sunday night over how to respond, The Times reports.

Meanwhile Mr Trump was urged to take tough action against Assad, with Republicans warning that failing to do so would damage his credibility, according to the Financial Times.

The US has warned that “no response is off the table”, the Daily Mirror says, calling Assad the “Butcher of Damascus”.

What the papers say – April 12

  What the papers say – April 12 Britain’s support for looming US military action over Syria’s chemical weapons dominates the agenda.Tensions between the West and Russia ratcheted up on Wednesday after Donald Trump tweeted that strikes with “nice and new and ‘smart!'” missiles were coming.

John Kerry" comments on the results of the April 17 meeting in Geneva; says Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov has actually acted as the representative of Ukrainian anti-government They attacked unarmed people at a checkpoint; as a result, four people have been killed, newspaper says ; pp 1-2 (700 words).

5. Article by the newspaper 's political section headlined "Yegor Borisov stands in election through resignation" says that the head of the republic 3. Slava Taroshchina article headlined "When hands, legs and all rest shaking" comments on Putin's annual phone-in session on April 17; p 24 (814 words).

The Daily Express carries the comments of a paramedic on its front page, saying the suspected use of chlorine gas targeted “anything that is known to have life”.

The Metro also leads on the attack on Douma and Mr Trump’s outrage at the slaughter.

While picturing a young victim of the attack on its front, The Guardian’s lead story says a leaked Home Office report attributes a recent rise in violent crime to police cuts.

The i leads with Home Secretary Amber Rudd’s £40 million plan to tackle youth offending.

In other news, Olly Murs has spoken to The Sun about an episode that saw him mocked for his fears that he had been caught up in a terror attack – although he has hinted a real incident was covered up.

The Independent says thousands of parents of 10 and 11-year-olds are planning a boycott of school tests over concerns the stress will harm their children’s mental health.

And the Daily Mail splashes with calls by Conservative MPs to save the Open University from “crippling” budget cuts.

What the papers say – April 16 .
A predicted backlash in Parliament over the Syrian air strikes tops the headlines on Monday.Mrs May will tell MPs it was in the national interest to launch the strikes, and was aimed at preventing human suffering, The Guardian reports.

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