What the papers say – September 21
Climate protests, Thomas Cook, Brexit and Prince Andrew are making headlines today.
Climate change demonstrations, the future of the Thomas Cook travel company, claims made about Prince Andrew and Labour Party plans are among the stories featured on Saturday’s front pages.
The Guardian leads with a story on worldwide climate change protests, saying it was “The day the people took to the streets”, with The Independent covering the same story.
The Guardian front page, Saturday 21 September 2019: The day the world took to the streets pic.twitter.com/YXn7Ze1l5M— The Guardian (@guardian) September 20, 2019
The Times says holiday company Thomas Cook is on the brink of collapse.
The Daily Telegraph‘s front page says the EU is hatching a plot to sink Britain’s Brexit plan.
The Daily Mirror and The Sun both feature claims made by Virginia Giuffre about Prince Andrew.
The Daily Star leads with a story saying BBC bosses have banned Strictly judge Craig Revel Horwood from using his famous
Tomorrow's @Daily_Star #frontpage— Daily Star (@Daily_Star) September 20, 2019
- Craig: I'm not feeling fab-u-lous #StrictlyComeDancing
- 180,000 stranded hols Brits threat
- SCRUMMY: Girls back #WorldCup boys
- #BillyConnolly: My son’s
in detox#TomorrowsPapersToday pic.twitter.com/J7werV63Gd
The Financial Times runs with a story saying a Labour share plan will affect pensioners.
Front page of FT Weekend, UK edition, for Saturday-Sunday, 21-22 September 2019 pic.twitter.com/Z86YOWIhQ9— Financial Times (@FinancialTimes) September 20, 2019
And the Daily Mail has a story saying the just-retired John Humphrys has lifted the lid on “institutional liberal bias” at his former employer, the BBC, while the Daily Express reports that travel company Thomas Cook is looking for a state bail out.