Newspaper headlines: Tory tax cut promise and Trump ‘gets hump’ By BBC News Staff Image caption The Times is among the papers to splash with Boris Johnson’s statement of intent for the first 100 days of a new Tory government, should the party win the 12 December general election. The prime minister says he will…

Newspaper headlines: Tory tax gash promise and Trump ‘gets lunge’

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The Times is amongst the papers to splash with Boris Johnson’s commentary of intent for the first 100 days of a novel Tory executive, ought to the occasion snatch the 12 December long-established election. The head minister says he’s going to display cloak a February “Brexit Worth range” if the UK leaves the EU by 31 January. This would consist of a pledge to elevate the Nationwide Insurance protection threshold to £9,500 from April, the paper says.

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The Day-to-day Telegraph involves further detail relating to the Worth range, claiming moderate households with two earners would seek for a tax gash of up to £200 per yr if the Nationwide Insurance protection threshold is raised. The paper’s front page also claims London Bridge attacker Usman Khan became once upgraded to a “high threat” inmate in penal complex after making threats to senior personnel.

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Meanwhile, the Solar says Mr Johnson’s commentary of intent is his “10 commandments”. The head minister has also promised to stick to it manifesto pledges about crime and properly being all the contrivance in which by the first 100 days if he wins the election.

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In diverse areas, the Guardian leads on US President Donald Trump decreasing short his attendance on the Nato summit in London on Wednesday after a personnel of leaders, including Justin Trudeau and Mr Johnson, had been filmed discussing an impromptu press convention held by Mr Trump. Mr Trudeau appears to be to mock the president within the clip.

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“Trump gets the lunge” is the Metro’s headline after Mr Trump flew support to the US. The president known as Mr Trudeau “two-confronted” over the footage and cancelled a press convention planned for after the summit.

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The i carries an interview with an NHS coronary heart specialist who claims that “systemic political failure” has crippled the properly being carrier and contributed to his mother’s death. Dr Aseem Malhotra tells the paper his mother suffered clinical institution setbacks which ended in her untimely death, nonetheless stresses it “became once no longer the final result of particular particular person failings”.

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The Day-to-day Replicate front page experiences that Boris Johnson earned more than £700,000 in outside earnings within the closing yr – more than any other MP.

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The Day-to-day Impart leads on an ITV interview with Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn in which he seemed no longer to understand the time of the Queen’s speech on Christmas Day. He talked about it became once on within the morning, when it is on the entire broadcast at 15: 00. Mr Corbyn talked about he and his household “don’t witness great tv on Christmas Day” and are in overall out visiting homeless shelters.

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The Financial Times experiences the property sector has been hit by further Brexit uncertainty. Fund supervisor M&G has halted buying and selling in its £2.5bn property fund after a retail downturn triggered traders to withdraw their cash. It’s miles the first within the property sector to suspend withdrawals since a assortment of funds did so after the 2016 EU referendum, the paper says.

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At closing, the Day-to-day Megastar’s front page claims a pregnant lady had to fight off an eagle which targeted her Jack Russell outside a most well-known school.

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