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Daily Mail () Newspaper Front Page for 1 July 2023
NEW dentists will be forced to devote years to the NHS to help tackle staff shortages. Under plans unveiled by Rishi Sunak yesterday they will be tied into the NHS rather than lost to private practice. The Prime Minister said it was unacceptable that...

The Guardian () Newspaper Front Page for 1 July 2023
7/1/2023: Front Page: Goldsmith quits over Sunak’s climate ‘apathy’
Rishi Sunak was embroiled in an extraordinary standoff with Zac Goldsmith yesterday after the Tory peer quit the government, accusing the prime minister of being “simply uninterested” in the environment and the climate emergency. Goldsmith resigned as...

The Independent () Newspaper Front Page for 1 July 2023
6/30/2023: Front Page: Was this the day the Tories lost the election?

BOMBSHELL 1 Humiliation for PM as his flagship Rwanda 'Stop the Boats' policy is ruled unlawful BOMBSHELL 2 Shaming of ex-PM as MPs condemn 'disturbing' attack on democracy by Boris allies Rishi Sunak’s election hopes suffered a huge blow yesterday...

Daily Express () Newspaper Front Page for 1 July 2023

PRINCESS Diana’s sons were today urged to end their feud after failing to acknowledge each other at a ceremony for the only charity set up in her name. Today would have been Diana’s 62nd birthday. But at yesterday’s event to celebrate her legacy,...

Daily Star () Newspaper Front Page for 1 July 2023

CRIKEY! Aussie larrikins have changed their immigration rules so millions more Brits can enjoy the good life Down Under. It all sounds bonza.. until your nippers become shark biscuits.

The Daily Telegraph () Newspaper Front Page for 1 July 2023
6/30/2023: Front Page: Does Sir Andy have one more ace up his sleeve?

Double Wimbledon champion Sir Andy Murray, 36, warms up yesterday ahead of his tilt at a third title, beginning on Monday. Players have been told not to copy England cricketer Jonny Bairstow in tackling protesters should they enter the court. Sport:...

Daily Mirror () Newspaper Front Page for 1 July 2023

London Evening Standard () Newspaper Front Page for 1 July 2023
6/30/2023: News: ‘Come out, celebrate and let’s make this the greatest Pride ever’

TOMORROW’S Pride in London march will be a momentous day that is bigger and better than ever, organisers said today. More than 1.5 million people are set to take to the streets of the capital to join the biggest celebration of the LGBT+ community in...

Daily Record () Newspaper Front Page for 1 July 2023

A NOTORIOUS gangland boss is behind bars after fleeing to Brazil in a bid to escape justice. James White – nicknamed “The Don” – was caged yesterday after pleading guilty to organised crime charges.

The Herald () Newspaper Front Page for 1 July 2023

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