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What the papers say – September 15

What the papers say – September 15

Saturday’s papers present a mixed bag, with Brexit making the front pages alongside advice on the use of technology, a Church-led rescue effort for Wonga and a lottery win.

The Times leads with revelations in a new book which suggest MI6 officers thought Labour leader Michael Foot was a paid informant for the Soviet Union.

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The Daily Telegraph carries a suggestion from a Government adviser that adults should set an example for their children and leave their mobile phones downstairs at night.

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Wonga leads The Guardian, with the paper reporting the Archbishop of Canterbury will launch a rescue effort for the company’s loan book after the lender collapsed.

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The Financial Times leads with Brexit, with the paper reporting Labour will vote against Theresa May’s blueprint for Britain leaving the bloc.

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The i reports on a “breakthrough” from British scientists which could help identify people at risk of heart disease or a stroke.

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Meanwhile, the Independent leads on NHS managers being told they need to clamp down on what has been deemed “alarming” levels of bullying by patients.

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The Daily Mirror tells the story of Darren Donaghey who won £1 million on a £5 lottery scratchcard.

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The Sun leads with what it calls the “fastest Strictly curse” after Lee Ryan was pictured out with his dance partner.

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And the Daily Mail reports on a campaign being launched by the Duchess of Cambridge to help disadvantaged youngsters.

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Elsewhere, the Daily Express leads on reaction after the Big Lottery Fund said it would stop funding The Silver Line.

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And the Daily Star carries three stories of what it says are police officers being unfairly treated, under the headline “It’s PC Madness”.

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