A dramatic day in Westminster has given Thursday’s newspapers plenty to talk about as Prime Minister Theresa May survived a vote of no confidence.
Another tumultuous day in British politics features prominently on the front pages of the national newspapers after Theresa May suffered three bruising Commons defeats.
The owner of the Daily Mail and Metro newspapers has revealed a 16% slide in annual profits and warned consumer revenues will remain under pressure next year despite an online boost.
Another tumultuous day in British politics has once again captured headlines around the world – with papers and leader writers giving their assessment of the unfolding drama.
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The hard work and dedication of newspaper reporters is being celebrated this week.
I was reading in a Sunday newspaper (so it must be true) that doctors have started to prescribe a wonder cure to help with physical, emotional and mental wellbeing: go for a walk in the woods.
Time is running out to take part in our £5,000 Junior Journalist competition. Jack McKeown looks back at previous winners to find out what the contest meant for them.
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