What the papers say – November 10
The front pages are dominated by the latest in the Jennifer Arcuri saga and the possibliity of Jeremy Corbyn leading the country.
Reaction to the suspension of an investigation into the Prime Minister’s connection to a tech entrepreneur and the economic prospects of a Labour Government lead Sunday’s papers.
The Observer leads with “fury” over the “incredible decision” for police not to continue an investigation in Mr Johnson’s relationship with US woman Jennifer Arcuri until after the General Election.
Tomorrow’s front page pic.twitter.com/vTZtMJeIJ9— The Observer (@ObserverUK) November 9, 2019
Shadow chancellor John McDonnell says Labour will in coming days present its “most radical” manifesto which will include pledging a universal basic income and responses to climate change, according to The Independent.
But The Mail on Sunday and The Sunday Telegraph say that a Jeremy Corbyn-led Government would dramatically increase spending, with The Sunday Times reporting such a “splurge” would “bankrupt UK”.
The Sunday Times leads with the row between the Conservatives and Labour over spending plans. And our pictures of Tyson Fury are unlike anything you've seen before #tomorrowspaperstoday pic.twitter.com/c4RIri9NLt— The Sunday Times (@thesundaytimes) November 9, 2019
Nigel Farage has given the Conservatives a “final ultimatium” to form an alliance with his Brexit Party before the pre-Christmas poll, according to the Sunday Express.
Here is tomorrow's @Daily_Express #frontpage:— Daily Express (@Daily_Express) November 9, 2019
- @Nigel_Farage gives the Tories a final #Brexit ultimatum
- The Queen leads Royals in tribute to fallen heroes #TomorrowsPapersToday pic.twitter.com/9QpfjHmURV
And the Daily Star Sunday says TV nature show host Chris Packham claims Ant and Dec “ignored” his overtures to stop alleged animal abuse on I’m A Celebrity.