Friday June 5, 2020

What is says in the papers

Boris fall-out, Stillorgan centre revamp and a bid for Hershey

1st July, 2016
Brexit and Boris the main focus for newspapers

The main headlines from today's newspapers:


- The Irish Times leads with former London Mayor Boris Johnson's dramatic withdrawal from the race to succeed David Cameron as British Prime Minister, saying arguments over Britain's future relationship have now moved to centre-stage in the contest. It adds that Justice Secretary Michael Gove, who is a candidate, struck an uncompromising tone about limiting immigration after Brexit.

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