What the papers say – August 14

The victims of the Plymouth mass shooting adorn Saturday’s front pages.

What the papers say – August 14

More information about the gunman and victims in Thursday’s mass shooting in Plymouth dominates the nation’s papers.

The Guardian, The Times and The Daily Telegraph report gunman Jake Davison had his gun license reinstated last month after he attended an anger management course.

The story also features on the front of the Daily Mail.

The Daily Express, Daily Mirror and The Independent lead with police naming the victims of the incident, which included a three-year-old girl and her father who were shot at random while walking in the street.

Elsewhere, the i weekend says the ability to work from home is unlikely to become a human right.

The FT Weekend reports on the Taliban stepping up its offensive throughout Afghanistan and closing in on the capital Kabul.

And the Daily Star leads with a story on health experts saying overweight people aged under 60 are “greedy”.

Most Read

Sorry, we are not accepting comments on this article.

Top Stories

More From The Guernsey Press

UK & International News