The Papers: ‘Secret’ no-deal files and Flintoff’s ‘lucky escape’

GUARDIAN 12 SEPTEMBER 2019
Image caption Details gleaned from the publication of the federal government’s no-deal Brexit papers lead the Guardian. The paper says the newly launched doc differs barely from a beforehand leaked model, from “base case” to “worst case”. It quotes Labour’s shadow Brexit secretary Sir Keir Starmer as saying efforts to cover the warnings have been “irresponsible”.
THE TIMES 12 SEPTEMBER 2019
Image caption The Times consists of the publication of the no-deal files in its front-page story, however leads on the federal government resisting an order by the Commons to launch non-public messages regarding the suspension of Parliament. It additionally names a British-Australian ladies held in Iran as Jolie King, who it says was detained alongside her Australian boyfriend Mark Firkin.
THE I PAPER 12 SEPTEMBER 2019
Image caption The UK’s constitutional disaster deepens, in keeping with the i, which reviews Wednesday’s determination by a Scottish court docket that the prime minister’s suspension of Parliament was illegal. The i says Mr Johnson has been “accused of misleading” Buckingham Palace and the Queen over the deadlock. The monarch has been “dragged” into the fray, the paper says.
DAILY MIRROR 12 SEPTEMBER 2019
Image caption “Boris lied to the Queen,” the Daily Mirror declares boldly on its entrance web page, because it leads with the identical story. The paper quotes authorized knowledgeable David Allen Green as saying that the Scottish court docket held the view the prime minister misled Her Majesty.
METRO 12 SEPTEMBER 2019
Image caption The Metro additionally leads with the accusation that Mr Johnson lied to the Queen over his transfer to prorogue Parliament. “Another fine mess,” the paper observes.
DAILY TELEGRAPH 12 SEPTEMBER 2019
Image caption Boris Johnson has provided Conservative rebels an olive department and a doable manner again into the social gathering after they have been sacked for voting towards the federal government, the Daily Telegraph reviews. The paper says there may be assist in cupboard for letting among the 21 sacked MPs again into the Tory fold, offering they “agree the government must be allowed to do its business”.
DAILY EXPRESS 12 SEPTEMBER 2019
Image caption The prime minister has rejected Nigel Farage’s supply of an election alliance, the Daily Express reviews. The paper, which carried a wraparound advert for Mr Farage’s Brexit Party on Wednesday, says a so-called “non-aggression” pact has been dismissed by No 10.
THE SUN 12 SEPTEMBER 2019
Image caption Away from Westminster drama, the Sun says Top Gear presenter Freddie Flintoff has been concerned in a 124mph crash while filming the brand new BBC sequence. Mr Flintoff “miraculously walked away” from the incident in Yorkshire. The former England cricketer advised the Sun he was “absolutely fine”. The BBC referred to as the incident “a spontaneous detour”.
DAILY MAIL 12 SEPTEMBER 2019
Image caption Britain has come backside of a global league for most cancers survival charges, the Daily Mail reviews. The paper says a “damning” examine has discovered sufferers with frequent forms of the illness usually tend to die right here than in different international locations with related well being care programs. The Mail carries the view of Cancer Research UK, which says issues is not going to enhance until workers shortages are addressed.
FINANCIAL TIMES 12 SEPTEMBER 2019
Image caption The London Stock Exchange is making ready to “rebuff” a £32 billion takeover bid from the Hong Kong Exchanges and Clearing, the Financial Times reviews. The sudden bid “shocked” traders within the LSE on Wednesday, one of many capital’s highest-profile establishment, the paper says.
DAILY STAR 12 SEPTEMBER 2019
Image caption The sacking of Emmerdale star Asan N’jie leads the Daily Star. The paper alleges {that a} disagreement over cash sparked the livid row backstage at this week’s TV Choice awards.

The authorities’s publication of the Yellowhammer contingency plan within the occasion of a no-deal Brexit makes a lot of Thursday’s headlines.

The Daily Mail says the “secret papers” are “explosive”. The Guardian highlights the response of the shadow Brexit secretary Keir Starmer who mentioned it was irresponsible to have tried to disregard the warnings.

Stephen Bush from the New Statesman goes line by line by the doc, intepreting its that means. He suggests the authors really feel an exit with out settlement in October poses extra dangers than in March, partly as a result of timing of the half-term vacation and partly as a result of finish of Britain’s agricultural season.

The Sun means that Michael Gove has deepened the row with Parliament by refusing to offer the federal government’s newest worst case evaluation of a no-deal exit from the EU.

On its entrance web page, the Times accuses the prime minister of defying MPs’ orders to publish non-public messages on proroguing Parliament. The demand is reported to have been dismissed as “disproportionate.”

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The Daily Telegraph is amongst a number of papers to counsel that Mr Johnson has provided an “olive branch” to the 21 insurgent MPs saying they’ll enchantment towards their expulsions from the social gathering.

The paper suggests the Conservative chief could possibly be about to succeed in a Brexit deal and wants all of the Commons assist he can get.

Cancer survival charges

The comparability of UK most cancers survival charges with six international locations is the entrance web page story for the Daily Mail. The identical figures immediate the Daily Mirror to name for extra funding for early prognosis and screening.

And the Sun reviews on its entrance web page a “124mph crash” involving Top Gear’s Freddie Flintoff. The ex-England cricketer was unharmed and the BBC says the incident was extra of a lower-speed “spontaneous detour”.

‘Potty-mouthed politicians’

Meanwhile, the Times reviews on a examine suggesting a dramatic improve in using profanities by US politicians since President Trump got here to energy.

PR agency Govpredict says there’s been a 10-fold improve within the variety of swear phrases showing in Congress members’ tweets.

The Times notes that that critics of the president have blame him for coarsening the usual of debate in US politics.