The storms, which we can expect for weeks to come, are making the top headlines as thousands are evacuated from their homes. The rest of the news agenda is mixed. The Telegraph, Independent and Express have all picked up on the release of Thatcher-era papers from the National Archives, but have each given their own spin on them. Migration is also in the news, with speculation over how much the new immigrants will claim in benefits continuing apace.

 

The Daily Telegraph

Homes evacuated as storm surge hits UK with 30ft waves expected

Long-time immigrants ‘as concerned about immigration as UK-born people’

EU referendum bill ‘unlikely’ to become law

Border officials round up Romanian migrants at London’s Marble Arch

Wind farm test case ‘could seen hundreds of turbines near historic sites’

Thatcher was days from calling out troops during miners’ strike, secret documents show

 

The Guardian

Floods, storms and high winds threaten UK

Housing costs ‘at breaking point’

Migration fears ‘fanned by far-right’ – says Bulgarian ex-foreign Minister

Fears for second Antarctic ship

Australia may make protester pay – tens of thousands of dollars were spent helping a Greenpeace protester in Russia

 

The Independent

Let’s (not) shake on it! Snub pictures prove François Hollande’s popularity problem

First they lecture staff on keeping wages down. Now university bosses pocket average £22,000 pay rises

House prices jump is ‘biggest since 2009’

A call from the midwife: Why I am resigning after 10 years in the NHS

Thatcher nearly sent in the Army to crush striking miners

 

Daily Mail

Tatler publishes its first ever guide to STATE education after soaring private school fees leave Britain’s wealthiest families feeling the pinch

School where 85% of pupils are Asian gives children a two-week October half-term – so they can visit Pakistan with their families

British teacher found shot dead alongside New Zealand colleague near Libyan oil and gas complex

 

Daily Express

Deadly floods to cause chaos for weeks: 65mph winds and ‘exceptional’ rain on the way

The Legal Aid fat cats: SIX barristers each earned more than £500k from taxpayer last year

New migrants could hypothetically cost the UK billions

Release of national archive files: Brighton bomb wrecked secret Ulster peace talks

 

Print Friendly, PDF & Email