What the papers say – May 9
The royal baby’s on the fronts.
Archie Harrison Mountbatten-Windsor, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex’s baby son, makes his front page debut on Thursday.
The infant royal appears across the papers after he was introduced to the world by his proud parents at Windsor Castle.
The Daily Mail, the Daily Mirror, the Daily Express and The Sun and the Metro all dedicate their front pages to the baby, who was pictured with the Queen, the Duke of Edinburgh, and grandmother Doria Ragland.
Archie appears on the front of The Guardian, although the paper leads with warnings that whole communities may need to be relocated in coming decades due to the threat from flooding caused by climate change.
Guardian front page, Thursday 9 May 2019: Climate crisis ‘may force UK towns to be abandoned’ pic.twitter.com/nenhtQE72W— Guardian news (@guardiannews) May 8, 2019
According to The Times millions of children attend schools in Britain with dangerous levels of air pollution.
The Times 9/5/2019— The Times Pictures (@TimesPictures) May 8, 2019
Duke and Duchess of Sussex with her mother, Doria Ragland, showing their new son, Archie Harrison Mountbatten-Windsor, to the Queen and Duke of Edinburgh at Windsor Castle. 8/5/2019. Photo : Chris Allerton#thetimes #tomorrowspaperstoday #sussexroyal @thetimes pic.twitter.com/WNe2mo1eHM
US secretary of state Mike Pompeo invoked Margaret Thatcher in his warnings over the UK’s potential adoption of Huawei technology, the Daily Telegraph reports.
The i says the US has warned Prime Minister Theresa May that the special relationship may be in peril if the UK allows the Chinese tech giant to help build Britain’s 5G network.
After Mr Pompeo met Foreign Secretary Jeremy Hunt in London, the Financial Times leads with warnings by Europe and the US to Iran over its nuclear activities.