The Front Pages

Friday 21st February 2020

Today's front pages carry a wide range of stories. Big stories include coverage of the attacks on Muslims in Germany and London, the government's proposals to cut carbon emissions, and the rise in norovirus cases due to takeaway meals.

Here are some stories from inside the front pages, as picked by Robert from the Newsworks team:  

  • The Times has run an obituary for the creator of the famous “cut and paste”, Larry Tesler, who has died aged 74. 
  • Also from The Times: a John Lewis salesman faked it until he made it to a £1m job of running schools, where he "damaged the education of thousands of children". 
  • The Daily Mirror has reported on Greggs gifting Stormzy his very own concierge card which gives him “free pastry products for life”! What a dream...

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