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What the Newspaper Say – November 20


Migrants, mandatory Covid vaccinations and murderer Colin Pitchfork back in prison grab the headlines at the start of the weekend.

News Interior Minister Priti Patel wants Greek-style crackdown on migrants The daily telegraph, the newspaper reporting that people coming from across the Channel to the UK will be held in purpose-built centers and forced to obey strict rules or lose their asylum rights.

While The temperature said Prime Minister Boris Johnson was looking for a “solution” to the problem and worried “that there are still no viable policies to reduce the number of Channel crossings”.

Elsewhere, the FT weekend says Austria will make vaccinations mandatory as cases increase across Europe.

And the Daily mail leads with an investigation claiming a former school principal runs an anti-vaccination group that has been picketing schools.

The Guardian carries a suggestion that the rejection of multiculturalism by ‘successive governments’ has helped fuel racism similar to that faced by cricketer Azeem Rafiq, according to a former chairman of the Commission on the Future of Multiethnic Britain .

The independent leads on a report suggesting that vulnerable families and retirees will put 18 months of pressure on their finances, caused by the rising cost of living.

The Daily Mirror covers Colin Pitchfork – a double murderer who had been released on license – being returned to prison “amid fears about his behavior”.

Brits splashing money on Christmas lead the Daily Express, with the paper claiming the ‘spending spree’ will amount to £ 85 billion.

And the Star of the day says “bedwetting” has lost a battle to keep Benny Hill’s “naughty shows” from being shown on television.