Newspaper headlines: ‘Get to airport three hours early!’

Newspaper headlines: ‘Get to airport three hours early!’


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The Daily Mail has a message for holidaymakers returning to the UK from Europe: “Get to airport three hours early”. The paper fears “mayhem at passport control” as airports take on tougher EU border controls.

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The Times leads on comments from a senior surgeon tasked with auditing the NHS. Tim Briggs told the paper the NHS “does not deserve more money because it wastes so much on poor care”.

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The Telegraph leads on a claim the former president of France, Nicolas Sarkozy, is to be “embroiled” in the criminal investigation into Qatar’s 2022 World Cup bid.

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The i leads on comments by a senior judge in the case of suicidal teen due to be released from secure custody. In what the paper says is an “unprecedented rebuke to Government and NHS chiefs”, Sir James Munby said it was “utterly shaming” that proper provision had not been found for the girl.

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The Guardian also leads on what is calls the “extraordinary judicial intervention” which it says draws attention to the state of mental health care provision in the UK.

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The Metro leads on the arrest of British IT expert Marcus Hutchins, who has been detained by the FBI in Las Vegas, accused of creating “malware to drain bank accounts”. The Briton was “hailed a hero” when he stopped the cyber-attack which “crippled the NHS”.

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The Financial Times leads with a warning from Bank of England chief Mark Carney, who said “persistent uncertainty” over Brexit is choking business investment and household spending.

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The Daily Mirror shares the story of a Parkinson’s sufferer who ended his life at Dignitas in Switzerland. The paper says Andrew Tyler made the journey “to escape crippling pain”.

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The Sun reports that the boss of semi-professional Billericay Town football club has sacked his cheerleaders – known as “The Ricays”, because some of them “tried to pull the players”, causing them to become “unfocused”.

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Finally, the Daily Star reports accusations that Celebrity Big Brother has ripped off “sexy rival” hit programme Love Island, with a “stripper task, bromance and Majorca makeover”.

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