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Daily Express () Newspaper Front Page for 5 September 2020
9/5/2020: FRONT PAGE: BORIS: BRITAIN WILL PROSPER OUT OF THE EU
BORIS JOHNSON has promised the UK will “prosper mightily” from Brexit even if trade deal talks with the EU fail. Ahead of a fresh round of formal negotiations in London next week, the Prime Minister predicted the country will be better off out of the...


Daily Mail () Newspaper Front Page for 5 September 2020
9/5/2020: Front Page: THE GREAT AIR REVOLT TAKES OFF
BORIS Johnson was facing a dramatic revolt from his own MPs last night over Covid testing at borders. Former ministers joined furious business chiefs in demanding immediate action to get Britain flying again. David Davis, Chris Grayling, Theresa...


Daily Mirror () Newspaper Front Page for 5 September 2020

Daily Star () Newspaper Front Page for 5 September 2020
9/5/2020: FRONT PAGE: 2 FREE HEALTH LOTTERY TICKETS

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London Evening Standard () Newspaper Front Page for 5 September 2020
9/4/2020: Front Page: FREE TRAIN RIDES TO BOOST LONDON

MILLIONS of people could get free rides into London under bold plans to fight the slump caused by coronavirus. Free tickets for trains, buses and the Tube are being discussed as a radical way of getting the public to see for themselves that it is safe...



The Daily Telegraph () Newspaper Front Page for 5 September 2020
9/5/2020: Front Page: Phone 111 instead of going to casualty
PATIENTS will be told to call 111 before attending Accident & Emergency departments under controversial reforms of the NHS. Pilot schemes are being launched urging patients who do not require an ambulance to book appointments to go to casualty. NHS...


The Guardian () Newspaper Front Page for 5 September 2020
9/5/2020: Front Page: PM appoints ‘misogynist’ Abbott as trade adviser
Boris Johnson has appointed Tony Abbott an official UK trade adviser, defying widespread condemnation of the former Australian prime minister’s record of misogyny and homophobia, and his scepticism about the climate emergency. Abbott, whose...


The Independent () Newspaper Front Page for 5 September 2020
9/5/2020: Front Page: PM appoints Abbott despite backlash

Boris Johnson, pictured at an HS2 site yesterday, was urged against hiring the former Australian leader



The Scotsman () Newspaper Front Page for 5 September 2020
9/5/2020: FRONT PAGE: Scots ‘ jumped the gun’ on new quarantine, UK minister claims

The Scottish Government has declared i ts quarant i ne decisions are based on available “scientific evidence” amid an escalating row with the UK government over restrictions. A s p o ke s man for the Scottish G o v e r n m e n t described the decis i...





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