What the papers say – September 23
The future of travel company Thomas Cook and the Labour Party’s internecine disputes dominate Monday’s front pages.
The Daily Mail leads with a story saying 165,000 people face a
fortnight of Thomas Cook chaos if the firm collapses.
The Guardian has a story saying Jeremy Corbyn risks the fury of
Labour’s membership after he moved to stop the party campaigning to remain in the EU at a general election. The Daily Telegraph covers similar ground and the Metro refers to Labour’s “growing rift”.
The i also covers the same story, calling it Labour’s civil war, while The Independent says Mr Corbyn is “terrified” of becoming prime minister.
The Times leads with a story saying Labour intends to abolish private schools.
Meanwhile, the Daily Mirror says Labour will today vow to deliver
justice for veterans of atomic testing.
The Daily Star carries a story saying Jeremy Clarkson is being terrorised by a flock of greedy psycho seagulls.
The Financial Times reports a Thomas Cook repatriation plan is on standby as the company faces possible administration.
And the Daily Express reports that Labour plans a benefits splurge
that would cost taxpayers around £520billion a year, according to analysts.