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Daily Express () Newspaper Front Page for 16 May 2019
5/16/2019: Front Page: NEW DRUGS TO BEAT CANCER IN A DECADE
MILLIONS of lives could be saved by new cancer drugs set to be available within a decade. British scientists have declared that an “exciting” £75million mission is aimed at stopping


Daily Mail () Newspaper Front Page for 16 May 2019
5/16/2019: Front Page: NEW DAWN IN CANCER WAR
A TREATMENT revolution that could reduce cancer from a killer disease to a chronic condition is announced by British scientists today. They will develop new drugs under a £75million programme that is the ‘best chance yet’ of beating the...


Daily Mirror () Newspaper Front Page for 16 May 2019

Daily Star () Newspaper Front Page for 16 May 2019
5/16/2019: FRONT PAGE: 45P

FORMER Corrie star Catherine Tyldesley has slammed the show’s punishing schedule and insists she will never return to the cobbles.



London Evening Standard () Newspaper Front Page for 16 May 2019
5/15/2019: FRONT PAGE: THE SHOW’S OVER FOR JEREMY KYLE

THE Jeremy Kyle Show was axed after 14 years today following the death of a guest in a suspected suicide. ITV’s chief executive Dame Carolyn McCall said: “Given the gravity of recent events we have decided to end production of The Jeremy Kyle...



The Daily Telegraph () Newspaper Front Page for 16 May 2019
5/16/2019: Front page: Lords: slow HS2 or risk running out of rail

HIGH SPEED 2 should consider slowing down its trains to save money or risk only completing half the line, peers have warned, as they called for a major rethink of the project. A report published today also suggests looking at scrapping plans for HS2...



The Guardian () Newspaper Front Page for 16 May 2019
5/16/2019: Front page: Probation will be renationalised after disastrous Grayling reforms
The supervision of all offenders in the community is to be undertaken by the state in a major renationalisation of the probation sector, just five years after Chris Grayling introduced a widely derided programme of privatisation as justice...


The Independent () Newspaper Front Page for 16 May 2019
5/16/2019: Front Page: Chlorinated chicken may come to UK, admits Fox
Britain could accept chlorinated chicken in a postBrexit trade deal with the US, Liam Fox has admitted. The international trade secretary claimed the controversy about washing poultry in chlorine was purely an “animal welfare” issue. However, experts...


The Scotsman () Newspaper Front Page for 16 May 2019
5/16/2019: FRONT PAGE: Cannes do: Tilda’s film fest opener

Nairn-based Tilda Swinton was on the red carpet for Jim Jarmusch’s zombie comedy The Dead Don’t Die, which launched the 72nd annual Cannes Film Festival. She plays a funeral parlour director alongside Bill Murray and Chloe Sevigny.





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