Sunday , January 17 2021

Wednesday's national newspaper front pages – Sky News, Sky.com


Thesays a “spending arms race” has begun between Labour and the Tories.

The Conservative Party is leading by 14 points over Labour in the polls after Nigel Farage pulled Brexit Party candidates out of Tory-held seats – that’s on the front page of The Times. 

TheDaily Starhas called actress Emma Thompson a “killjoy” for saying people should rent Christmas trees and wrap presents in scarves to help save the environment.

The Sunsays the Duke and Duchess of Sussex will not join the Queen at Sandringham for Christmas as they “needed time away” with baby Archie.

Jeremy Corbyn will reveal a 10-point £26bn plan to save the NHS – that’s on theDaily Mirror‘s front page.

The Guardiansays Labour will unveil a £26bn NHS “rescue plan” for England, funded by higher taxes on companies and the wealthy.

The Conservative Party is leading by 14 points thanks to Nigel Farage standing down his Brexit Party candidates from Tory seats – that’s on theDaily Express front page.

The Independentsays Chancellor Sajid Javid has been accused of “running scared” after pulling out of a TV debate with his rivals as the Conservatives were accused of spreading “fake news” about Labour’s spending plans.

The Daily Telegraphsays Boris Johnson will promise a “clean energy revolution” on Wednesday as part of his Brexit agreement.

TheDaily Mailleads on the death of former head of the Armed Forces Lord Bramall, who was “hounded” by police over false child abuse claims in his later years.

A half brother and sister who have been jailed for killing their two teenage sons feature on theMetro‘s front page.

TheFinancial Times front page focuses on the six largest accounting firms being challenged on their ability to survive a financial shock as the government tests their resilience ahead of a possible break up of the industry.

You can watch the Press Preview on Sky News every evening at 10.30pm and 11.30pm. Wednesday night’s reviewers will be the Daily Mirror’s associate editor Kevin Maguire, and Andrew Pierce, consultant editor of the Daily Mail.

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