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What the papers say – December 6

A collection of British newspapers (Peter Byrne/PA)
A collection of British newspapers (Peter Byrne/PA)

The Government’s renewed Rwanda deal dominates the front pages on Wednesday with many newspapers leading with the signing of the updated migration treaty.

The Daily Express and the Metro splash with the migrants deal with differing takes on how straightforward it will be to get the green light from the Supreme Court.

The Times describes the Rwandan migrant plan as the Prime Minister’s “middle way” to appease the rebels in his own party.

The Daily Telegraph tells a different story, opting for a headline that claims MPs are “threatening to quit” the Conservative Party over the newly signed migration deal.

The i focuses on 10 families who have questions for Boris Johnson as he prepares to give evidence at the UK Covid-19 inquiry.

The Daily Mail splits its front page between a royal family photograph and the upcoming junior doctor strike, describing the industrial action as “indefensible” as it piles more strain on hospitals and waiting lists during the busiest time of year.

The Guardian leads with a piece on the conflict in Gaza with the UN’s top aid official describing the Israeli military campaign in the south of the territory as just as devastating as in the north, eradicating any chance of access to provide meaningful humanitarian aid.

The Financial Times focuses on aviation, revealing that tax funding could be the key to launching a single-aisle aircraft and a shorter-range, hydrogen-powered plane as the industry attempts to reduce its carbon footprint.

The Daily Mirror concentrates on Turkish doctors offering plastic surgery deals at Christmas after at least three Britons died after going under the knife.

And the Daily Star criticises Manchester United after the club banned several news publications from the press pack at Old Trafford.