What the papers say – November 4

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Pre-election manoeuvrings lead several newspapers on Monday, ahead of a varied collection of other stories.

The Daily Telegraph turns a blowtorch on Nigel Farage and the Brexit Party, reporting accusations he is attempting to create a hung parliament which would ruin the UK’s plans for leaving the EU.

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The Independent and Metro report Mr Farage will not run as an MP but will concentrate on campaigning instead.

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The Daily Mirror leads with a piece on the Labour Party vowing to save free TV licences for pensioners.

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The Guardian says Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn has warned dissenters in his shadow cabinet to obey him on Brexit.

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And the Daily Express takes a different election angle, reporting Boris Johnson’s plans to cut taxes.

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Meanwhile, The Times leads with a report that human trafficking gangs are using private schools as a means of sending young Vietnamese people into Britain, before they leave the schools and live illegally.

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The i carries a report that the NHS is struggling to cope with soaring heart failure cases.

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The Daily Mail also takes up a medical theme, reporting hospitals are being swamped by increasing numbers of diabetics.

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The Sun leads with claims there is an epidemic of cocaine use among people older than 50.

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The Financial Times says Saudi Arabia’s Aramco oil company has launched an initial public offering with a goal of raising 60 billion US dollars (£46 billion).

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And the Daily Star leads with the weather, and a forecast drop in temperatures.

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