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On Wednesday, the headlines are filled with news about the pro-Palestinian march, the ongoing conflict in Israel, the King, and political developments concerning the Tory party.
Both The Times and The Guardian have reported on the Metropolitan Police’s decision to not prohibit the pro-Palestinian march scheduled for Armistice Day this weekend.
According to The Daily Mail, it is hoped that there will not be a riot at the Cenotaph.
The Daily Telegraph reports on the final resistance of Hamas fighters at a hospital in Gaza.
The main story in The Daily Express claims that Rishi Sunak has accused Sir Keir Starmer of conspiring to keep the UK tied to a deal with the EU.
The target of the statement is Home Secretary Suella Braverman, who allegedly disagrees with No 10’s stance on tent cities. Some Tories are accusing her of attempting to take control of the party leadership.
The King’s Speech is the focus of The Independent and Metro, with the former describing it as the “final attempt for the Tories”.
The Financial Times states that the accounting regulator has abandoned its proposal for a comprehensive revision of corporate governance regulations.
According to the Daily Mirror, Jamie Lynn, the sister of Britney Spears, has been chosen to participate in I’m a Celebrity.
The Sun has announced major music news, disclosing that Girls Aloud will be reuniting in light of the passing of their dear former band member Sarah Harding.
The top story in The Daily Star focuses on a British person who has turned into an “oompa loompa” due to their consumption of carrots.