Thursday’s National Newspaper Front Pages


:: The Daily Telegraph

Theresa May has defended a decision to lift a ban on new grammar schools by saying Britain already has selection by house price.

:: The Guardian

The government’s social mobility tsar has warned that expanding the grammar school system would be a disaster.

:: The Financial Times

The Governor of the Bank of England, Mark Carney, has left open the possibility of further cuts in interest rates. 

:: Metro, The Sun

Both papers lead on Sports Direct boss Mike Ashley, and the wad of £50 notes he got out of his pocket as he went through a security search.    

:: Daily Mail

The paper reports that dementia patients are being failed by the NHS across most of the country, according to an official report.

::The i

There was fury in the Commons as Theresa May refused to discuss plans for Brexit. 

:: The Daily Star

A French family of ten is trying to get a mansion on benefits, the tabloid says.  

:: The Daily Mirror

Dogs, it reports, are being boiled alive in China for their meat. 

:: The Times

MPs are to leave parliament in a £4bn restoration plan. 

:: Daily Express

House prices, the Express reports on its front page, are to rise for five years. 

:: Watch the Press Preview every evening on Sky News at 10.30pm and 11.30pm. Thursday night’s reviewers will be the Chief Leader Writer at The Observer, Sonia Sodha, and the Associate Editor of the Spectator, Toby Young. 

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