Tuesday March 31, 2020

Newsround: what Monday's papers say

Howlin says EU institutions contributed to rise of far right and Angela Merkel to seek fourth term

21st November, 2016
Wednesday's papers

The top stories in Monday's newspapers:


- The top story on the paper's front page relates to Labour leader Brendan Howlin who has blamed EU institutions for contributing to the reactionary, xenophobic and ultranationalist political movements gaining footholds in many European countries.

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