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Daily Express () Newspaper Front Page for 23 April 2016
4/23/2016: FRONT PAGE: OBAMA’S AMAZING THREAT TO BRITAIN
BARACK Obama was last night condemned for trying to “blackmail” Britain into remaining in the EU. The US President warned the UK would be “at the back of the queue” for a trade deal with America if it quit Brussels. But his threat provoked outrage...


Daily Mail () Newspaper Front Page for 23 April 2016
4/23/2016: Front Page: The little Prince and the President

Shake on it, pardner: Barack Obama bobs down to say hello to Prince George at Kensington Palace last night. The youngster, looking adorable in his monogrammed dressing gown, was clearly up past his bedtime and appeared a little bewildered at meeting...



Daily Mirror () Newspaper Front Page for 23 April 2016

Daily Star () Newspaper Front Page for 23 April 2016
4/23/2016: Front Page: WE’LL NEVER FIGHT A WAR ALONE AGAIN But Euro army a no-goer

BRITAIN will never again go to war alone, the UK’s Defence Secretary insists. Tory Minister Michael Fallon vowed the Falklands was a one-off and said we would work closely with European allies in future. Savage cuts to the military since the 1982 war...



London Evening Standard () Newspaper Front Page for 23 April 2016
4/22/2016: FRONT PAGE: PRINCE ‘OVERDOSE’ DRAMA ON PLANE

SENSATIONAL claims that Prince was treated for a drugs overdose just days before his death were being probed today. An autopsy and toxicology tests were set to be carried out amid reports that the music icon was rushed to hospital for a “save shot”...



The Daily Telegraph () Newspaper Front Page for 23 April 2016
4/23/2016: Front Page: George stays up late to see the president

PRINCE GEORGE took on the biggest diplomatic challenge of his young life last night when he was allowed to stay up to meet the leader of the free world. The two-year-old, in his pyjamas and dressing gown, was waiting for Barack and Michelle Obama when...



The Guardian () Newspaper Front Page for 23 April 2016
4/23/2016: FRONT PAGE: Obama: Brexit would put UK at ‘back of the queue’ on trade

Barack Obama warned yesterday that the UK would be at the “back of the queue” in any trade deal with the US if the country chose to leave the EU as he made an emotional plea to Britons to vote for staying in. The US president used a keenly awaited...



The Independent () Newspaper Front Page for 23 April 2016
4/23/2016: FRONT PAGE: You’ll be at the back of the queue if you quit the EU, Obama tells Britain

Britain would slip to “the back of the queue” in securing trade deals with the United States if it left the European Union, Barack Obama has said, in an unexpectedly frank warning about the consequences of Brexit for the two countries’ historic ties....



The Scotsman () Newspaper Front Page for 23 April 2016






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