What the papers say – April 27
A variety of stories are on Saturday’s front pages.
A range of stories make up the front pages on Saturday.
Billionaire US investment titan Warren Buffett has voiced support for the UK, saying he would be ready to put his money into a British business “tomorrow”, the Financial Times reports.
The Guardian reports on the practices of online pharmacies selling opioid drugs.
The Guardian front page, Saturday 27 April 2019 | Revealed: aggressive tactics used to sell opiates online pic.twitter.com/iJwOJez4dL— The Guardian (@guardian) April 26, 2019
The Daily Mail leads with Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn’s decision not to attend a state banquet for Donald Trump.
Efforts to find the source of the National Security Council leak on Huawei lead the Daily Telegraph.
A cystic fibrosis-suffering mother has appealed to the Health Secretary for life-saving drugs so she can live to look after her son, the Daily Express reports.
Many Heathrow air passengers will be able to travel without having to show their passports with new facial recognition technology, The Times reports.
The Times 27/4/2019— The Times Pictures (@TimesPictures) April 26, 2019
Model Zoe McKima showcase's a design from Edinburgh College of Art, Fashion Show that will hit the runway on the 23rd of May 2019, Edinburgh. Photo : Duncan McGlynn#thetimes #tomorrowspaperstoday #edinburghcollegeofart @blackdotphotos @thetimes pic.twitter.com/tKxcNDlCPv
The Sun reports on a potential omission from this year’s Strictly line-up.