A Bulgarian MEP has denied making a Nazi salute in EU Parliament on Wednesday claiming it was “an innocent wave”.…
Day: 17 February 2022
The ongoing Kanye West and Kim Kardashian divorce saga took a dramatic turn over the past few weeks – as Kanye’s behaviour quickly escalated.
Storm Eunice: A rare red weather warning issued for parts of the UK – the incoming storm has the govt holding an emergency Cobra meeting.
The Guardian – Covid jab programme extended to cover all children aged five to 11
The Independent – West renews pressure on Putin with more troops
The Metro – Another royal scandal – Prince Charles investigation
The Sun – Frail monarch soldiers on
Daily Express – Queen faces new anguish
Daily Mirror – Royal crisis – Reign storm
The Independent says Tom Hanks’s son Chester has claimed that he did not have a “strong male role model” while growing up.
The Guardian says Antonio Conte has said Tottenham’s squad may have been technically weakened in the January window.
The Metro says Julia Fox has opened up on her relationship with Kanye West and said they were doing people a ‘service’ during the pandemic.
The Independent says Staff at a Mississippi prison are facing punishment after waiting more than a day to alert the state’s Department of Corrections that a double murderer had escaped.
The Independent says a woman and her partner in Greece have been arrested and charged with manslaughter over the killing of her seven-year-old son by suffocation five years ago.
The Metro says Russia has boosted forces near the Ukraine border days after announcing a ‘pullback’ of some forces and weapons, a US official has warned.
The Metro says Mum of boy, 12, who killed himself due to bullying shows final pictures – wants the world to see heartbreaking image from Drayke’s hospital bed.
The Guardian says thirteen women and girls have died after accidentally falling down a well during marriage celebrations in northern India, police said.
The Guardian says Russia is continuing to send troops to what is now the biggest concentration of forces in Europe since the cold war.
The Metro says A British swimmer killed by a 15ft great white shark in Sydney’s first fatal attack for 59 years has been pictured.
The Metro says The dad of a police officer was glassed and repeatedly stabbed in the head with a fork after he confronted some diners about them ‘insulting’ police, a court heard.
The Independent says Former deputy prime minister Sir Nick Clegg has been promoted by Facebook’s Mark Zuckerberg to a new role focused on regulation.
The Independent says Lord Alan Sugar has described being left in fear of an attack after receiving antisemitic letters – including one that read “I would like to murder all Jews in Britain, Alan”.
The Daily Express: STATE PENSION savers have been condemned to a “miserable” winter due to the Government’s “cruel” abandoning of the triple lock, experts warned.
The Guardian says A new attempt will be launched next week to force publication of the full report into whether No 10 parties broke Covid laws.
Thursday’s front pages.