What the papers say – November 15
Election news dominates the papers on Friday.
Promises on spending and tax cuts and other election news features prominently on the nation’s front pages on Friday.
The Times and the i focus on Labour’s pledge for free broadband for every home and business in the UK by 2030.
The Daily Mail says Jeremy Corbyn has been condemned by several members of his own party.
And The Daily Telegraph leads with Brexit Party leader Nigel Farage accusing the Tories of offering his candidates jobs and peerages to withdraw from the election.
Meanwhile, The Guardian says local councils are asking for drastic funding rises to repair damages caused by flooding.
Guardian front page, Friday 14 November 2019: Councils call for huge funding rise to tackle flood devastation pic.twitter.com/jl0ZwajjWS— Guardian news (@guardiannews) November 14, 2019
The Daily Mirror and Metro lead on perceived inefficiencies in the NHS.
The Financial Times says advertisers are not happy with Google for locking down its users’ data.
The Sun reports on a bravery award for an SAS trooper who killed two terrorists.
And the Daily Star reveals Eastenders actor Shaun Williamson is being haunted by a ghost.