Tougher punishments for dangerous terrorists, EU trade talks, and the curious behaviour of snooker fans feature in Tuesday’s headlines.
The Daily Telegraph and Metro report the UK’s most dangerous terrorists will be forced to serve their entire jail term without any prospect of early release as part of a crackdown.
The front page of tomorrow's Daily Telegraph:
— The Telegraph (@Telegraph) January 20, 2020
— Metro Newspaper UK (@MetroUKNews) January 20, 2020
The Queen’s grandson Peter Phillips is “using his royal connections to sell milk on Chinese TV”, according to the Daily Mail. A royal story also features in The Sun, which has pictures of Meghan walking with baby Archie in a park in Canada.
— Daily Mail U.K. (@DailyMailUK) January 20, 2020
The Daily Mirror leads with a claim from convicted killer Jeremy Bamber that he has “new evidence proving he could not have massacred his family in 1985”.
— Daily Mirror (@DailyMirror) January 20, 2020
A British-Australian academic jailed in Tehran has written of feeling “abandoned and forgotten” and claimed Iranian figures tried to recruit her as a spy, The Times reports.
— The Times Pictures (@TimesPictures) January 20, 2020
The Daily Express says the EU has provoked “fresh anger” by planning to delay post-Brexit trade talks until March.
— Daily Express (@Daily_Express) January 20, 2020
The Guardian splash warns there are “perilous times ahead” for the BBC after its director general announced he was leaving.
Guardian front page, Tuesday 21 January 2020: ‘Perilous times ahead’ for BBC as director general says he will quit pic.twitter.com/dOBHB6XbFR
— The Guardian (@guardian) January 20, 2020
The Independent leads with Labour leadership candidate Jess Phillips saying her party has “pandered to the right”.
— The Independent (@Independent) January 20, 2020
The i front page reports the high-speed HS2 rail is opposed by new Conservative MPs in the north of England.
— i newspaper (@theipaper) January 20, 2020
A “downbeat IMF outlook” is diverting the focus from climate goals, according to the Financial Times.
— Financial Times (@FinancialTimes) January 20, 2020
And the Daily Star reports “Pranksters behind the fart noises at the Masters snooker are threatening to hit more top sports events to ‘brighten people’s days’.”