UK News What the papers say – July 4

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What the papers say – June 26

  What the papers say – June 26 The vote for the third runway at Heathrow leads many of the papers.The Times runs with the Heathrow vote with MPs “overwhelmingly” backing a third runway, with the paper adding that Mr Johnson “provoked derision” after missing the vote.

The Sunday Telegraph reports on “secret talks” between a Trump aide and Brexiteers – with the paper saying national security adviser John Bolton met with members of the European Research Group of Tory MPs last week in #What, # papers , #– July 1 #Whatthepaperssay– July 1BelfastTelegraphcouk.

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England’s celebrations after winning a dramatic penalty shootout to reach the quarter-finals of the World Cup dominate the papers on Wednesday.

The Daily Mail calls it a “miracle” after England ended their penalty curse to advance in the competition in Russia.

The i runs with the headline “history boys” after the team’s first-ever World Cup penalty shootout victory.

Meanwhile the Daily Mirror simply declares “At last!” as it looks ahead to England’s next crunch match against Sweden.

The Metro and Daily Express declare the win over Colombia was “Never in doubt”.

The Sun singles out Jordan Pickford, under the headline “Hand of Jord” after the goalkeeper’s one-handed save helped put England into the last eight.

What the papers say – July 2

  What the papers say – July 2 Brexit, high street woes and a seaside tragedy lead the Monday papers.The Times leads with a report that Theresa May’s chief Brexit negotiator, Oliver Robbins, has told ministers that they will not strike a bespoke trade deal with the EU.

What The Papers Say was a British radio, and formerly television, series. It consisted of quotations from headlines and comment pages in the previous week's newspapers , read in a variety of voices and accents by actors.

© Provided by The Press Association What the papers say – July 1. Rising political temperature over Brexit, a chill on the high street and the heat wave make headlines on Monday’s papers .

And the Daily Star signs off with the headline “Spot on”.

Away from football, and the Guardian reports on DNA tests are due to be offered by the NHS “on an unprecedented scale” as the health service starts genomic medicine.

The Times leads on the arrest of a female healthcare worker on suspicion of the murder of eight babies and the attempted murder of another six after an investigation at Countess of Chester Hospital.

The Daily Telegraph says the Prime Minister is facing an “almighty” row with Cabinet Brexiteers ahead of a meeting at Chequers.

And the Financial Times says the Home Office has admitted to forcing some immigration applicants to take DNA tests.

What the papers say – July 12 .
The latest World Cup action from Russia leads the papers.The Times features scenes from the semi-final match with the headline “Pride of Lions”, while the paper’s front page leads with Donald Trump’s calls for Nato allies to double their defence spending.

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