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What the papers say – October 24

What the papers say – October 24

The latest lines on the fallout from the murder of Saudi Arabian journalist Jamal Khashoggi, a businessman accused of harassment granted legal anonymity and fast food are on Wednesday’s front pages.

Donald Trump’s condemnation of the “worst cover-up” over Mr Khashoggi’s murder leads The Times.

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The moment Mr Khashoggi’s son met Saudi Arabia’s crown prince Mohammed bin Salman on Tuesday is on the Metro front page.

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And the Daily Mirror has analysed donations received by UK MPs from Saudi Arabia.

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Meanwhile, the Daily Telegraph says it has been gagged from naming a leading businessman accused of sexual harassment and racial abuse of staff.

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The UK’s spending watchdog has warned that it has been left too late to adequately prepare Britain’s borders for a hard Brexit, The Independent reports.

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A suspected gas explosion at a house in Poole, Dorset, leads The Sun.

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And the Daily Mail leads with figures that show a boom in the number of fast-food takeaways as the country battles an obesity crisis.

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Elsewhere, an investigation by The Guardian has found convicted rogue landlords are able to continue operating due to loopholes in the law.

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And the Daily Express calls on Chancellor Philip Hammond to increase public spending and cut taxes in the upcoming budget.

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