Newspaper headlines: PM’s apology to Queen and hyperlinks with a US businesswoman


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The Sunday Telegraph leads with Boris Johnson’s £Thirteen billion plan for 40 new hospitals to exchange old-fashioned buildings and gear. Speaking To the newspaper because the Conservative Birthday Celebration’s annual conference kicks off in Manchester, the PM mentioned the plan would start with a £2.7 billion money injection for six hospitals over the subsequent five years.

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Jennifer Arcuri, the united states expertise entrepreneur who attended change missions and obtained sponsorship offers when PM Boris Johnson was once London mayor, “informed Chums of an affair with Boris”, The Sunday Times’ splash reports. The newspaper additionally leads on claims the PM “in my opinion apologised” to the Queen after asking her to approve the unlawful suspension of the house of Commons.

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The Observer leads with Labour’s Brexit spokesman, Keir Starmer, accusing Boris Johnson of “intentionally whipping up fears of riots and deaths” so he can try to invoke emergency powers and avoid extending the united kingdom’s EUROPEAN membership beyond October 31.

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The Mail on Sunday completely reveals Downing Street is investigating alleged hyperlinks between overseas governments and the MPs at the back of legislation handed this month that might power PM Boris Johnson to delay Brexit beyond October 31.

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The Sunday Specific’ primary story quotes Sir Bernard Ingham, Margaret Thatcher’s former chief press secretary, as announcing Boris Johnson would win a landslide election victory even though he was once in penitentiary – so long as he “would not weaken”. The feedback come after the PM used to be threatened with jail if he did not ask the EUROPEAN for an extension to the Brexit deadline of October 31.

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The Day By Day Star on Sunday splashes with feedback By Pals actor Michael Tyler, who claims his co-Megastar Jennifer Anniston has no longer spoken to him for the reason that sitcom ended in 2004. The actor, who performed the cafe proprietor, Gunter, says he hasn’t heard from the Hollywood actress since the express’s wrap Celebration.