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Daily Express () Newspaper Front Page for 4 December 2018
12/4/2018: Front Page: VANISHING THIN BLUE LINE

THE scale of the crisis facing police forces is exposed today as figures reveal the lowest number of officers since the infamous “riot year” of 1981. Just 110,000 are struggling to cope with an epidemic of knife crime, a surge of violence on the...

Daily Mail () Newspaper Front Page for 4 December 2018
12/4/2018: Front Page: 11,000 HEROES

THE number of readers signed up to the Daily Mail’s hospital volunteer drive has hit 11,000 in just three days. More than half a million hours of invaluable support have now been pledged to the Christmas campaign since its launch on Saturday. The...

Daily Mirror () Newspaper Front Page for 4 December 2018

Daily Star () Newspaper Front Page for 4 December 2018
12/4/2018: FRONT PAGE: Vegan war on animal phrases

SNOWFLAKES are out to bash common British phrases such as “taking the bull by the horns” because they might offend vegans. There are now real fears that traditional sayings mentioning animals, meat and dairy products risk dying out.

London Evening Standard () Newspaper Front Page for 4 December 2018
status”. Why? Because everyone should understand the risks of HIV, and everyone who needs it should have the chance of dignified help and support. That can only happen if we know our status. Let’s make HIV testing normal and break the stigma that...

The Daily Telegraph () Newspaper Front Page for 4 December 2018
12/4/2018: Front page: VIP sex accuser ‘Nick’ unmasked

THE man known as “Nick” whose accusations sparked the VIP paedophile investigation and who has been charged with perverting the course of justice can today be named as Carl Beech. As the alleged victim of a sex crime, Mr Beech, a 50-year-old former...

The Guardian () Newspaper Front Page for 4 December 2018
12/4/2018: FRONT PAGE: ‘I still have a little impostor syndrome – it never goes away’

Michelle Obama reflects on her life during appearances in London yesterday

The Independent () Newspaper Front Page for 4 December 2018
12/4/2018: News: A Final Say is the only way to heal the wounds of 2016

The author Robert Harris summed up the case for a Final Say referendum on Brexit in a memorable tweet earlier this year: “Strongly suspect there will be 2nd referendum, not for any noble reason, but because MPs will desperately want to hand the...

The Scotsman () Newspaper Front Page for 4 December 2018
12/4/2018: Front Page: Sturgeon pleads with May: ‘There must be a plan B’

Theresa May begins the fight of her political life today after hearing a lastditch plea from Nicola Sturgeon to present a plan B to her Brexit deal. The Prime Minister will open five days of debate on her agreement with Brussels, knowing defeat in a...

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