3195222 Headlines: Minister under pressure and sunseekers hit the beaches
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In addition to the Sunny weather, several decide by Thursday, the front-pages report on the housing Secretary Robert Jenrick contact with the business man behind a controversial planning application during the preparation, whether you approve of it. I said Mr Jenrick, who denies wrongdoing, is "on The Ropes " after he published the texts sent between him and Tory donor Richard Desmond . The Times Says Mr Jenrick is under "pressure" after text messages and E-Mails reveals his "close relationship" with Mr Desmond, whose £1bn of-housing-System has been approved against the advice of his own officials. "Cosy texts, which is fuckin' take it, minister," The Daily E-Mail. The Paper Says that, despite the "overwhelming" revelations," the Prime Minister support his minister, and said, he believed, was over and done with then. On The Weather , it assumes a "human flood" flooded beaches, just a day after Boris Johnson 's "plea for the mind". Mr Jenrick, reports The Guardian argues that the texts and documents that were released was charged on Wednesday, according to the housing Secretary, of the critics, potentially breaking the ministerial code. The Daily Mirror leads on the hot weather to say "lockdown-tired British" directed crowded beaches, next to a photo of Durdle Door in Dorset . The Paper also reports that The King of Spain, the British on holiday, invited to his country as a Spanish-open resorts. "The Great British Bake Off" word games in the Daily Star , except A Man angry at his extreme sunburn. Sun-might lovers say "fry crisp" in 15 Minutes by an exceptionally high UV-values, the reports from forecasters. While The Daily Telegraph has dedicated a large part of its fold up to a picture of a rammed Bournemouth beach, the main story is about social distancing in schools in England . She Says , next week the government will announce that the social distancing is not valid in schools, and "bubbles" will be expanded to enable all students to return to classes in September . The Daily Express Says Mr Johnson is to unveil an "ambitious" and "radical" plan for the reconstruction of the UK in The Coming weeks. Under the heading of "Tory Insider" is the name of it, the Prime Minister will promise a great speech, "build, build, build", as he puts forward proposals for boosting the battered economy. "PM makes it app as he goes along" word games in the metro, Says the Prime Minister has been accused of not knowing his facts on coronavirus-track-and-trace, as he clashed with Labour leader Sir Keir Starmer at Prime Minister 's Questions on Wednesday. The Financial Times leads on Brussels, saying it is willing to compromise with Britain on a "level playing field" Rules for the economy, such as Brexit talks. The Rules are designed to ensure close coordination between the Two Sides ' state aid, environmental protection and labour law. The Paper Says The Move is A Sign of how items will move from the intense EU-UK-future-of relationships speaks from next week.
is The newly released private messages in terms of housing Secretary Robert Jenrick , the approval of a Tory-donor case-control The Story for several of Thursday's papers.
"Cosy texts, the damn minister", is the headline.
On The Inside pages, The Paper , the commentator, Says that, while There seems to be no evidence of Outright corruption, There is much to recommend that the minister was negligent and high-handed when It Comes to following Rules .
By his own account, he was "unlawful", the author goes on. Is not the reason enough to go to? he asks. Robert Jenrick answered questions in the house of Commons on Wednesday
citing a government source suggesting that the case should be Secretary to spare the Prime Minister embarrassment, by leaving him. "In this scenario, usually a minister, a duty to withdraw", The Source , The Paper Says , would.
In The Words of the newspaper, Mr Jenrick is "on The Ropes ". He Says he had hoped that by the publication of the correspondence, he would draw a line under the question. Instead, The Paper adds, it has left him fighting for his career.
For the main story, which reports that the social distance can not be applied in schools in England , so that all pupils return to full-time in September , can. Some of the students that have started in England , back in the classroom, such as the blocking relaxed Says
The Paper , it is understood that schools will be asked instead, the focus is on the extent of limited, to mix in the children outside of their class or year group and to the implementation of strict hygiene Regime.
The Solution for the re-opening of the schools to involve groups of children, which is in "bubbles"- as in the primaries - and seen by the government as to remove The Need for social distancing, the added paper.
A series of papers on the details of the bilateral agreements - or "air-Bridges " - the government is negotiating with other countries, which would allow us to have a foreign holiday this summer without having to be in quarantine.
is expected to be unveiled After The First tranche of the bridge set this weekend, include France, Italy, Spain, Greece and Germany .
Says There is also a "slow drip" of updated goals, with medium-haul destinations such as Turkey and Dubai added to the direction of August .
Says the police expressed concern about a "perfect storm" of drunkenness and disorder, when the pubs in England open next week. According to the online newspaper, they fear that, as people flock Back To their local "a-Meter-plus" social distancing Rules could increase the tension on queuing, capacity, and requirements for the customers give your contact details.
It Says an officer has compared the oncoming binge to "weeks of the New Year 's Eve". The Mail Says pubs are concerned that the new protection will be imposed on measures, difficult, costly, and bureaucratic, and startled customers. Durdle Door in Dorset , saw hundreds of day trippers
Now, There are a lot of pictures of crowded beaches on the hottest day of the year. The Financial Times , shows the crowds in Bournemouth on his title page, while leading on The Story and shows pictures from Brighton and Durdle Door in Dorset .
Features sun-seekers in Southend-on-Sea - and Says , a human tide floods The Beach , a day after the Prime Minister understood the plea for the common people.
"So much for social distancing" is the Daily Express with the Observation .