What the papers say – July 16

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What the papers say – July 16

The summit between Donald Trump and Vladimir Putin makes the headlines in Tuesday’s papers, together with the Brexit newest and information that hosepipe bans might be within the offing.

The Instances says Theresa Might’s Brexit plan is in “turmoil” after the Prime Minister capitulated to concessions given to Leavers, resulting in Remainers feeling exhausting performed by.

The Day by day Telegraph additionally reviews the Chequers deal is “useless”, with Eurosceptics saying the Prime Minister must rethink her plans.

The Metro‘s headline “The Wreckers of Chequers” refers to Conservative hardliners who’ve “pressured” the Prime Minister to vary her Brexit plan.

And the i says Theresa Might plans to increase the parliamentary summer season break “to avoid wasting her job”.

The Impartial reviews Theresa Might’s Brexit deal is “useless within the water” because the PM was accused of “dancing to the tune” of Eurosceptics.

In the meantime, The Guardian leads with the assembly of the Russian and American presidents in Helsinki, with the paper saying Mr Trump was known as “treasonous” for siding with the Kremlin over election meddling.

The Monetary Instances runs with the identical story – saying Mr Trump confronted “rebuke” at dwelling after accepting Mr Putin’s “highly effective denial”.

The Day by day Mirror calls US president Donald Trump “Putin’s poodle”, including he had been accused of treason after backing Mr Putin over election meddling.

Elsewhere, the Solar reviews that police refused to research a cellphone theft regardless of the sufferer having an image of the suspect.

The Day by day Mail says hundreds of thousands of individuals might be hit with hosepipe bans after an prolonged dry spell.

And the Day by day Specific carries the identical story – saying Britain is at “disaster level”.

The Day by day Star says thugs attacked the son of Coronation Road star Sally Ann Matthews.

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