Newspaper headlines: Web firms 'must pay to police internet' and PM on tax


Newspaper headlines: Web firms ‘must pay to police internet’ and PM on tax


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The Daily Telegraph says social media firms may be forced to pay for the cost of policing digital crimes under plans published by a parliamentary committee.

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The Times leads on the same parliamentary report, saying MPs have branded social media firms a disgrace for ignoring pleas to remove illegal and dangerous content.

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The Daily Express reports that Britain is paying for anti-smoking classes in some of the world’s most corrupt countries.

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The Guardian leads on Theresa May’s comments on tax. It says the prime minister has signalled a possible rise in national insurance and income tax, after pledging not to raise VAT.

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The Daily Mail reports that Theresa May is considering tax breaks to help families meet the cost of elderly care.

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The i says Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn will invest £3bn in education.

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The Mirror reports that Tony Blair has announced his return to the political stage.

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The Financial Times reports on a warning from bankers that interest-free credit cards are a “ticking time bomb”.

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The Daily Star reports on fans demanding that Anthony Joshua’s victory over Wladimir Klitschko should be made into a movie.

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The Sun says WBA and IBF world heavyweight champion Anthony Joshua pocketed £15m from his victory over Wladimir Klitschko.

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