What the papers say – November 9
A campaign to get the Brexit Party to stand down and woes for Labour are among the stories making headlines on Saturday.
The General Election, the weather and a facelift clinic feature lead the front pages.
The Daily Mail splashes with its new campaign calling for Nigel Farage to withdraw Brexit Party candidates from the General Election.
The Daily Mirror reports that there is fury in Buckingham Palace over a facelift clinic using the Duchess of Cambridge’s picture to win clients.
The Sun says a “furious Lord Sugar has launched an investigation into his new business” after the paper “uncovered” one of his directors “sharing vile far-right views”.
The Daily Express splash refers to a new poll in saying that support for Jeremy Corbyn is imploding across the country.
The Financial Times says a “Woodford protege” has been hit by downgrades.
The Guardian reports that private surgery for NHS patients has soared under the Tory government, while The Independent also covers the NHS and politics.
The Daily Telegraph says that former Labour minister Lord Blunkett has described his “despair” at the “anti-Semitism and thuggery” in the Labour Party as he suggests Jeremy Corbyn is on course for a 1983-style drubbing at the polls.
The Times splash says “Google is making tens of millions of pounds from scammers who are using its search engine to lure savers to invest in high-risk or potentially fraudulent schemes”.
And the Daily Star splash reports that a woman was swept to her death in ‘biblical’ floods as thousands are evacuated, while the i also leads with a weather story.