What the papers say – July 9
The latest on Donald Trump’s reaction to leaked memos features on the front pages.
A diplomatic row between the UK and US has deepened, while Formula One boss Bernie Ecclestone reportedly says he would lay his life on the line for Vladimir Putin.
The Daily Telegraph reports that Boris Johnson promises to fix the NHS pension cap chaos.
The Sun says Amy Hart has left Love Island amid fears for her wellbeing.
The Daily Star reports that Formula One boss Bernie Ecclestone has said “I’d die to save Putin”.
Tomorrow's @Daily_Star #frontpage— Daily Star (@Daily_Star) July 8, 2019
- #F1 boss #BernieEcclestone says "I'd die to save #Putin"
- #LoveIsland Amy says "I just can't take any Maur"
- Michelle is our force for good
- Free inside: Fat gits' diet! #tomorrowspaperstoday pic.twitter.com/n9sPnQEzaD
And the Daily Mirror front page says shoppers are being “ripped off” as one in five meat products are not what they claim to be on the packet.
Meanwhile, the Daily Express reports that the Government’s dithering is sending the cost of dementia care soaring.
Tomorrow's @Daily_Express #frontpage— Daily Express (@Daily_Express) July 8, 2019
- Dementia care delays cost elderly £15b
- #AntMcPartlin game for laugh with new love at #Wimbledon
- #TheresaMay messed up #Brexit says @realDonaldTrump
- "Why I applaud #PrinceHarry 's family values" - @VanessaOnAir#tomorrowspaperstoday pic.twitter.com/xR1ZEBCzsk
The Guardian reports that Donald Trump has turned on Theresa May in a row over diplomatic memos.
The Guardian front page, Tuesday 9 July 2019: Trump turns on May as row over memos sours US ties pic.twitter.com/iZGfSikXOk— The Guardian (@guardian) July 8, 2019
The i has something similar, reporting that Mr Trump has lashed out at Mrs May.
And the Financial Times reports that Deutsche Bank shares have fallen by 5% as it prepares to cut 18,000 jobs.
Elsewhere, the The Independent features a picture of British tennis player Johanna Konta, who beat Petra Kvitova to advance to the quarter-finals at Wimbledon. Its lead story says unions are backing another Brexit vote and questions if Jeremy Corbyn will do the same.
The Times features a striking picture of a very happy-looking cockatoo and a lead story saying Mr Trump will no longer deal with the UK’s ambassador to the US.
And the Daily Mail‘s front page lead reveals what it says is the shattering cost of “cruel and unfair” bills families face for dementia care.