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What the papers say – June 17

What the papers say – June 17

What the papers say – June 17

17 June 2024

Images from England’s victory over Serbia in the Euros are on many of the front pages.


Third company recalls product over potential E.coli contamination

Third company recalls product over potential E.coli contamination

Third company recalls product over potential E.coli contamination

17 June 2024

An E.coli outbreak has left people across the UK in hospital.


King and Queen to attend Garter Day ceremony

King and Queen to attend Garter Day ceremony

King and Queen to attend Garter Day ceremony

17 June 2024

The traditional colourful procession at Windsor Castle is a highlight of the royal calendar.


Labour signals closer UK-EU trade ties as Sunak returns to campaign trail

Labour signals closer UK-EU trade ties as Sunak returns to campaign trail

Labour signals closer UK-EU trade ties as Sunak returns to campaign trail

16 June 2024

Sir Keir Starmer’s party is focusing on the economy this week as it rides high in the polls.


England fans celebrate as Bellingham scores to secure Euros victory

England fans celebrate as Bellingham scores to secure Euros victory

England fans celebrate as Bellingham scores to secure Euros victory

16 June 2024

The midfielder’s well-placed header gave England their opening – and only – goal within the first 13 minutes of the match.


Three arrested after boy, 16, killed by falling tree

Three arrested after boy, 16, killed by falling tree

Three arrested after boy, 16, killed by falling tree

16 June 2024

Police and paramedics attended but the boy was pronounced dead at the scene.


SNP ‘only major party publishing truly left-of-centre manifesto’ – Swinney

SNP ‘only major party publishing truly left-of-centre manifesto’ – Swinney

SNP ‘only major party publishing truly left-of-centre manifesto’ – Swinney

16 June 2024

The party leader was expected to say that Labour under Sir Keir Starmer had ‘run a mile from its founding values’.


Reform to launch manifesto in Wales ‘to show what happens when Labour in charge’

Reform to launch manifesto in Wales ‘to show what happens when Labour in charge’

Reform to launch manifesto in Wales ‘to show what happens when Labour in charge’

16 June 2024

Leader Nigel Farage is set to unveil what the party calls a ‘contract’ with voters.


‘Momentum is with Scottish Labour’, says Sarwar ahead of battle bus launch

‘Momentum is with Scottish Labour’, says Sarwar ahead of battle bus launch

‘Momentum is with Scottish Labour’, says Sarwar ahead of battle bus launch

16 June 2024

The party leader said the General Election was an ‘opportunity for change’.


Election campaign day 25: Labour warn against complacency as tax clash continues

Election campaign day 25: Labour warn against complacency as tax clash continues

Election campaign day 25: Labour warn against complacency as tax clash continues

16 June 2024

Wes Streeting urged voters not to ‘give the matches back to the arsonist to finish the job’.


Alex Salmond attacks SNP over ‘half-hearted’ campaign on independence

Alex Salmond attacks SNP over ‘half-hearted’ campaign on independence

Alex Salmond attacks SNP over ‘half-hearted’ campaign on independence

16 June 2024

The Alba Party leader has already accused John Swinney’s party of ‘hoisting the white flag’ on independence.


Scottish Lib Dem leader pledges big investment to ‘lift up education’

Scottish Lib Dem leader pledges big investment to ‘lift up education’

Scottish Lib Dem leader pledges big investment to ‘lift up education’

16 June 2024

Alex Cole-Hamilton was speaking at a West Lothian bookshop ahead of the launch of his party’s manifesto next week.


Claire Coutinho: Labour’s energy policy will be ‘triple whammy on UK’

Claire Coutinho: Labour’s energy policy will be ‘triple whammy on UK’

Claire Coutinho: Labour’s energy policy will be ‘triple whammy on UK’

16 June 2024

Labour has pledged to prevent new North Sea oil and gas licences being awarded.


Scottish Tories accuse SNP of ‘betraying’ public over delays dualling A9

Scottish Tories accuse SNP of ‘betraying’ public over delays dualling A9

Scottish Tories accuse SNP of ‘betraying’ public over delays dualling A9

16 June 2024

The party has pointed to Transport Scotland data suggesting there are more injuries and deaths on undualled sections of the road than dualled ones.


Officer who used police car to ram cow removed from frontline duties

Officer who used police car to ram cow removed from frontline duties

Officer who used police car to ram cow removed from frontline duties

16 June 2024

Surrey Police said the incident on Friday evening would be ‘thoroughly and diligently investigated’.


Two-child cap will affect 670,000 extra children in next five years, IFS warns

Two-child cap will affect 670,000 extra children in next five years, IFS warns

Two-child cap will affect 670,000 extra children in next five years, IFS warns

16 June 2024

The benefit limit is one of the most significant welfare cuts since 2010, the think tank said.


Taylor Swift thanks ‘expressive’ Liverpool fans after ‘breaking stadium record’

Taylor Swift thanks ‘expressive’ Liverpool fans after ‘breaking stadium record’

Taylor Swift thanks ‘expressive’ Liverpool fans after ‘breaking stadium record’

16 June 2024

At least 62,000 fans packed into Anfield to enjoy the superstar’s show – breaking the record set for a football match.


Key services struggling to cope with ‘shameful’ level of hardship – study

Key services struggling to cope with ‘shameful’ level of hardship – study

Key services struggling to cope with ‘shameful’ level of hardship – study

16 June 2024

The study by the Joseph Rowntree Foundation examined the effect of hardship on primary schools and primary and community care facilities.


Police appeal for wanted man after 12-year-old killed in hit-and-run

Police appeal for wanted man after 12-year-old killed in hit-and-run

Police appeal for wanted man after 12-year-old killed in hit-and-run

16 June 2024

West Midlands Police have said they wish to speak to a 21-year-old man over the incident in which Keaton Slater died.


Swinney: Douglas Ross’s decision to run as MP has left ‘bad taste’ in north east

Swinney: Douglas Ross’s decision to run as MP has left ‘bad taste’ in north east

Swinney: Douglas Ross’s decision to run as MP has left ‘bad taste’ in north east

16 June 2024

The Scottish Conservative leader put himself forward as candidate for Aberdeenshire North and Moray East instead of David Duguid.


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