Four British Muslim men from Blackburn, England, have been charged with anti-Semitism have entered not-guilty pleas, denying that they were involved in spreading racial hatred against the Jewish people. The prosecution said that the four men, who were involved in the anti-Semitism charges were "issuing death threats and racial hatred...
The Independent - ‘Vaccine breakthrough in Malaria fight’
The Guardian - ‘Business anger at PM speech’
The Metro - ‘Build back banter’
Daily Mirror - ‘Farming hit by staff crisis’
The Sun - ‘Prem star cuffed at bar’
The Daily Mirror says Netflix are being urged to remove Dave Chappelle's new show The Closer as some claim it is 'dangerously transphobic'.
The Daily Mirror says the devastated mother of two sisters murdered in a park shares that Sarah Everard's death reminds her of the tragedy she has experienced.
The Sun says COPS reportedly found a “fresh campsite” in their search for Brian Laundrie as the fugitive’s dad agreed to join the manhunt.
The Sun says SOME Californians are still waiting for their extra stimulus checks worth up to $1,100
The Metro says the British public has taken pity on a hard-done-by MP and set up fundraising pages after he revealed the struggles of getting by on his generous annual salary.
The Independent says police activity at the Carlton Reserve, Florida picked up after several days of scaled back searches for Brian Laundrie.
The Guardian says a least four Black women and girls were murdered per day in the United States in 2020
Daily Express - ‘I’ll unleash the spirit of Britain’
Most of Thursday’s front pages lead on the reactions to Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s Conservative Party conference speech, with many leading on the backlash.
The Sun says REPORTS of racism in English football are up by more than 50 PER CENT this season.
The Sun says JACQUELINE Jossa is being probed by HMRC after failing to pay a £32,000 tax bill.
The Sun says JUSTIN BIEBER and his wife Hailey are trying for a baby after he overcame mental health battles that left him suicidal.
The Daily Mirror says the Saudi Arabian takeover of Newcastle United is on, and Mike Ashley is within hours of selling up.
The Daily Mirror says Britain could be in for a white Halloween with temperatures expected to plummet in the coming weeks after an Indian summer.
The Daily Mirror says a fugitive husband suspected of murdering his influencer wife shot and killed himself as US Marshals moved in to arrest him.
The Daily Express says there are tailbacks of five miles on the A102 northbound in Greenwich, approaching the Blackwall Tunnel.
The Daily Express says contactless payments provide an additional avenue to reduce Covid transmission.
The Daily Express says Andy Murray is yet to compete at Indian Wells this week, but he's already got off to a terrible start after having his wedding ring stolen in a bizarre incident in California.
The Guardian says homeowners in Ireland hit by a devastating building defect that causes walls to “crumble like Weetabix” are set to reject a government compensation scheme unless it offers to cover 100% of their costs.
The Metro says Extinction Rebellion activists are blockading a North Sea oil industry site in Scotland.
The Independent says Nestle has become the latest victim of the supply chain crisis, with the company saying it is “working hard” to ensure Quality Street boxes will be available this Christmas.
The Metro says Beyonce and Jay Z made a surprise appearance on the red carpet for BFI’s London Film Festival.
The Independent says Ferran Torres struck twice as Spain exacted partial revenge for their Euro 2020 semi-final exit by progressing to the final of the Nations League with a 2-1 win over 10-man Italy in Milan.
The Guardian says Andy Murray has stressed the importance of continuing to capitalise on Emma Raducanu’s success
The Metro says the government has scrapped a piece of Covid-19 travel guidance which blocked people from getting insurance for destinations around the world.
The Israeli Army has arrested 20 more Palestinians in the West Bank and the military-controlled city of Jerusalem The Palestinian Prisoners Club said in a statement, that the IOF stormed Nablus, Bethlehem and Hebron, as well as multiple neighbourhoods in occupied East Jerusalem, during which the arrests were made under...
The Independent says passengers who were unable to travel on their British Airways or Ryanair flights because of lockdown rules will not be able to claim refunds.
The Guardian says staff at the online fashion store Asos will be allowed to work flexibly, as well as take time off at short notice, while going through the menopause.
The Metro says a Premier League footballer has been arrested on suspicion of sexual assault following an incident at a Brighton nightclub