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What the papers say – November 11


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Press associations 2019

British newspapers

British newspapers

A push by the government to protect Northern Ireland's veterans and other election news is prominent on the nation's papers Monday.

The Daily Telegraph and Daily mail lead on the Tory push for new legal protection of soldiers to prevent them from being prosecuted for deaths in Northern Ireland.

times leading with the major parties fighting for how much Jeremy Corbyn's promises will cost to implement if Labor wins the election.

The Daily Express says Prime Minister Boris Johnson will get a boost before the election through new figures showing a 0.4% rise in UK GDP.

The Daily Mirror reports of a pledge by Labor on more mental health support in schools.

And I says the government is under pressure to release the results of a parliamentary inquiry into alleged threats to UK democracy naming donors to the Conservative Party.

In the meantime, The Guardian leads with an article that says almost half of rape victims do not proceed with prosecution.

subway reports of a man paralyzed for launching a fireworks display during Sunday's gunfire remembrances.

The independent carries a history of the problem of drug trafficking occurring in hospitals.


The sun
leads with a history of developing the smallest pair of twins ever born, who are now 23 weeks old, while Daily Star reports on the possibility of a revival of sitcom Phoenix Rising.

And Financial Times leading calls for an audit of the European Central Bank.

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