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Daily Express () Newspaper Front Page for 1 November 2018
BRITAIN is expected to conclude a Brexit deal with the EU within the next three weeks, Theresa May’s chief negotiator has revealed. In a letter to MPs released last night, Dominic Raab predicted an agreement about the UK’s departure from the European...

Daily Mail () Newspaper Front Page for 1 November 2018
Police should tackle burglary and violent crime rather than probe wolf whistling, a senior officer said yesterday. Sara Thornton said that forces lacked the manpower to pursue every issue raised by campaigners. Instead of logging claims of misogyny...

Daily Mirror () Newspaper Front Page for 1 November 2018

Daily Star () Newspaper Front Page for 1 November 2018

AN ARMED robber who dragged a police officer from her patrol car and threw her to the ground in a vicious attack has been locked up. Masked thug Owen Smith, 29, was on the run after ransacking an Esso garage when he attacked the vehicle as it arrived...

London Evening Standard () Newspaper Front Page for 1 November 2018

SAJID JAVID today promised to make it easier for police to use stop and search as he called for a sweeping overhaul of crime-fighting methods. The Home Secretary said he would “be looking at ways to reduce bureaucracy and increase efficiency” in the...

The Daily Telegraph () Newspaper Front Page for 1 November 2018
11/1/2018: Front page: Health risks to children of older fathers
MEN who father children at 45 or older are more likely to give their babies health problems, a study suggests. Research has found that the offspring of older fathers were at greater risk of being born premature and underweight. They are also more...

The Guardian () Newspaper Front Page for 1 November 2018
11/1/2018: FRONT PAGE: Money-laundering crackdown on public schools and law firms
Estate agents, high street solicitors and accountants who facilitate £100bn of money-laundering in the UK but are failing to report suspicious activity face a crackdown under a new government drive against economic crime. The security minister, Ben...

The Independent () Newspaper Front Page for 1 November 2018
11/1/2018: Front Page: As children starve to death, May refuses to back a civil war ceasefire in Yemen

A 10-year-old boy suffering severe malnutrition is treated in hospital on the outskirts of the city of Taiz

The Scotsman () Newspaper Front Page for 1 November 2018
11/1/2018: Front Page: Scottish economy ‘will be hit by Budget tax divide’
The UK government’s leading independent adviser on the economy has warned of a “genuine economic effect” from the widening gap between tax rates for higher earners in Scotland and those in the rest of the UK in the wake of this week’s Budget. Robert...

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