Tuesday’s national newspaper front pages


:: Metro

‘So Brits DO quit,’ says the paper in its main headline, as it covers David Cameron’s resignation.

:: The Daily Telegraph 

The former PM’s decision to stand down as an MP was made to avoid a split with his successor Theresa May, says the Telegraph. 

:: The Times

Mr Cameron will make defending his education legacy, including free schools, a priority outside parliament. 

:: The Guardian

The paper’s angle is that David Cameron did not say what he intended to do with his life outside politics.

:: Daily Mail

The former PM said he feared being a distraction to his successor. 

:: Daily Express

Almost half a million people in England have type two diabetes but do not know it. 

:: Daily Star, Daily Mirror, The Sun

The three tabloids lead on the BBC losing The Great British Bake Off to Channel 4. 

:: Financial Times

The prospect of a Federal Reserve interest rate rise this month is getting less likely, reports the FT. 

:: Watch the Press Preview every evening on Sky News at 10.30pm and 11.30pm. Tuesday night’s reviewers will be the former Labour adviser to Harriet Harman and Ed Miliband, Ayesha Hazarika, and The Sun’s political editor, Tom Newton Dunn. 

News Source SkyNews

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