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What the papers say – June 14

What the papers say – June 14

Brexit is never too far away from the headlines and the same is true across Thursday’s papers following further votes on the EU (Withdrawal Bill).

The Times features a tale on the Brexit debate, saying that Labour suffered a “mass revolt” in the vote, alongside a main story about the problems caused by social media as claimed by the NHS chief executive.

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The Daily Telegraph reports that Home Secretary Sajid Javid will “relax the visa cap” and open the door to more skilled migrants.

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The Guardian says there is a “new fissure” between Britain and the European Union as Brexit approaches, this time about the Galileo satellite programme.

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The Financial Times leads with the latest Federal Reserve interest rate rise.

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The Metro says that Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn suffered a “mass rebellion” over the Brexit vote.

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The i leads with “chaos in the Commons” as SNP representatives left the chamber after accusing Theresa May of sparking a “constitutional crisis”.

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The Independent carries a report on the first anniversary of the Grenfell Tower disaster, asking why the victims are being let down.

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The Daily Mirror carries a story claiming the Conservatives have links to British firms selling medicinal cannabis abroad.

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The Daily Mail carries a report claiming that Dominic Grieve held “secret talks” with “enemies of Brexit”.

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The Daily Express carries a report about a terminally ill man who has been “trapped”in hospital for half a year.

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Meanwhile, the Daily Star leads with reports that pub chain Wetherspoon is to ditch German beers and continental fizz ahead of Brexit.

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