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Daily Express () Newspaper Front Page for 19 January 2019
1/19/2019: Front Page: JUDGE BLASTS BENEFITS SYSTEM
A JUDGE has blasted Britain’s “cumbersome, overrun and creaking” benefits system after a woman falsely claimed £73,000 in handouts. Joanne Mole, 47, raked


Daily Mail () Newspaper Front Page for 19 January 2019
1/19/2019: Front Page: TIME TO CALL IT A DAY, PHILIP?
Buckingham Palace is under pressure to intervene over Prince Philip’s determination to keep driving despite a horror smash. Witnesses yesterday said the 97-year-old was left bloodied and had to be freed from his upturned Land Rover after a collision...


Daily Mirror () Newspaper Front Page for 19 January 2019

Daily Star () Newspaper Front Page for 19 January 2019
1/19/2019: FRONT PAGE: STAR’S SECRET AGONY

MYLEENE Klass drank wine in the morning as she battled to cope with a messy divorce. The telly star sobbed as she revealed: “I remember thinking it’s OK to have a drink by 11am, because I hadn’t had a drink in five hours.”



London Evening Standard () Newspaper Front Page for 19 January 2019
1/18/2019: FRONT PAGE: Prince’s concern for crash victims
THE Duke of Edinburgh clambered from his wrecked Land Rover and immediately asked passengers in the other car involved, “Is everyone else all right?” it emerged today. A witness told how the 97-year-old, left bruised and bloodied, was able to walk...


The Daily Telegraph () Newspaper Front Page for 19 January 2019
1/19/2019: Front page: Duke gets some replacement wheels

A replacement Land Rover was delivered to Sandringham yesterday, as the Duke of Edinburgh was given the all-clear by doctors following his car crash. The vehicle appeared to be the one that the Duke uses at Balmoral, suggesting the 97-year-old does not...



The Guardian () Newspaper Front Page for 19 January 2019
1/19/2019: FRONT PAGE: Patients stockpile drugs fearing no-deal Brexit
Ministers have been urged by top doctors to reveal the extent of national drug stocks, amid growing evidence patients are stockpiling medication in preparation for a no-deal Brexit. The Royal College of Physicians, which represents tens of thousands...


The Independent () Newspaper Front Page for 19 January 2019
1/19/2019: Front Page: Human Rights Act under threat after Brexit
Theresa May will consider axeing the Human Rights Act after Brexit, a minister has revealed, despite the PM promising she is “committed” to its protections. The government will decide on the future of the landmark legislation once “the process of...


The Scotsman () Newspaper Front Page for 19 January 2019
1/19/2019: Perspective: Brexit ‘has not moved minds’ on indyref question
The country’s leading pollster has insisted there is no evidence to support claims by the SNP that there has been a rise in support for a second independence referendum despite the ongoing turmoil surrounding Brexit. Sir John Curtice told The Scotsman...




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