The Russian president Vladimir Putin has been in a position of political power for over 20 years – and his popularity amongst the Russian population has steadily grown over the past two decades.
Day: 4 March 2022
Daily Mirror – Putin threatens worse to come: Talk to me
The Sun – Putin is the extreme gangster
Daily Express – In God’s name Putin, stop the suffering
Russian president Putin prompts fear of ‘worst to come’ for Ukraine is the headline on the front splash of the Guardian.
Ukraine warned ‘worst to come’ as attacks intensify is the front page of the Independent.
A million refugees in a week is the Metro’s front page headline – a week after Russia invaded Ukraine.
RUSSIAN billionaire Alisher Usmanov was slapped on Britain’s sanctions list last night as Vladimir Putin’s cronies had their beloved superyachts seized.
The Guardian says Greater Manchester police (GMP) have paid out £8,000 to a woman who reported being drugged and raped, only to be pressed into dropping the case.
The Independent says Russia has passed a new law meaning citizens who spread what it described as “fake” information about the military can be jailed for up to 15 years.
A HIGH-flying businesswoman feared she was being targeted by The Tinder Swindler as he resurfaced on Instagram this week.
The Metro says A Russian Foreign Intelligence chief has claimed that the country no longer sees its ‘war’ with the West as cold – and instead branded the situation ‘hot’.
The Guardian says Novak Djokovic’s efforts to compete at the next grand slam on the tennis calendar will be far less complicated than his failed Australian Open bid.
Top Russian general Andrei Sukhovetsky was shot dead by a sniper in a major blow to the Kremlin’s war plan to annihilate Ukraine.
The Independent says Mila Kunis and Ashton Kutcher have said they will match donations of $3m (£2.3m) to help aide Ukrainian refugees.
The Metro says Kim Kardashian has made her single status Instagram official amid her ongoing divorce from Kanye West.
The Metro says Commuters are facing another morning of travel chaos, with Tube services still largely suspended following yesterday’s 24-hour strike by London Underground workers.
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The Metro says Europe’s biggest power plant has been seized by Russian troops in Ukraine, according to local authorities.
The Independent says Western ministers will hold crisis talks as Vladimir Putin steps up his assault on Ukraine’s cities.
The Independent says Headteachers and teachers’ leaders have expressed their “shock” and “surprise” over the news that former education secretary Gavin Williamson has been awarded a knighthood.
The Independent says Police have been granted extra time to question a man suspected of the murders of a man and woman who were stabbed to death in Gloucestershire.
The Guardian says Labour have won the byelection in Birmingham Erdington with a majority of 3,266.
The Guardian says a fire burned for several hours at Ukraine’s Zaporizhzhia nuclear plant, the largest of its kind in Europe.
The Guardian says access to BBC websites has been restricted in Russia, hours after the corporation brought back its shortwave radio service in Ukraine.