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'The end of the road': Floods and election heckles make front pages

'The end of the road': Floods and election heckles make front pages Credit: The Daily Telegraph

Political developments dominate the nation’s front pages on Thursday.

The Times says the Labour Party has been split over proposals for a four-day week for NHS staff.

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The Daily Express reports on Boris Johnson’s promise that his Brexit deal will “unleash Britain’s potential”.

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The Daily Telegraph says the Tories and Nigel Farage are in negotiations about what to do in 40 marginal seats, after the Brexit Party withdrew from Conservative-held seats earlier this week.

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The i leads with the story of Andrew Griffiths, who’s been replaced as the Tory candidate in the seat of Burton by his estranged wife after a sexting scandal.

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Metro leads with stories about the heckling of both Mr Johnson and Jeremy Corbyn as they campaigned on Wednesday.

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The Guardian leads with a union boss calling on Labour to curb free movement of workers if it wins power.

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And the Daily Mail says there’s fury over Mr Corbyn saying Isis leader Abu-Bakr Al-Baghdadi should only have been arrested rather than killed by US forces.

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Meanwhile, the Daily Mirror brings a special report about global warming.

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Similarly, The Independent leads on the impact of climate change on children.

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The Sun carries a report that child killer Ian Huntley has been involved in altercations with his prison guards that have led to him spending time in solitary confinement.

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And the Financial Times leads with a report that health websites which are sharing personal medical data with advertising groups.

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