What the papers say – September 11 | EUROtoday

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The arrest of a parliamentary researcher on suspicion of spying for China is the principal story throughout the entrance pages of Monday’s newspapers.

Pictures from the aftermath of the earthquake in Morocco characteristic closely, however the arrest and its worldwide fallout lead a number of titles.

China stands accused of a “hostile act” on the entrance of the Daily Mail whereas The Daily Telegraph says extra suspected brokers working at Westminster are about to be unmasked by British intelligence companies.

The Times says the researcher was arrested in March and labored carefully with safety minister Tom Tugendhat whereas Metro reviews that Prime Minister Rishi Sunak met his Chinese counterpart Li Qiang at the G20 summit in New Delhi and informed him interfering in British democracy was “unacceptable”.

The Financial Times additionally leads on Mr Sunak’s message to the Chinese prime minister underneath an image of a grieving girl in the aftermath of the earthquake in Morocco.

The identical image is used on the entrance web page of The Independentwhich focuses on figures exhibiting 75% of cops accused of intercourse assaults and violence towards ladies stay on the drive.

The Guardian additionally carries an image of grieving family in Morocco because it tells of “the village where death came in the night”, whereas main on a examine which says 184,000 instances of most cancers in the UK this yr have been preventable.

Interest charges are the focus of the i which says hopes are rising that the collection of rises are poised to finish with predictions there shall be only one extra improve this yr – regardless of warnings that inflation just isn’t underneath management.

The Daily Mirror returns to its marketing campaign calling for motion towards harmful canines, saying Home Secretary Suella Braverman has agreed with them after an 11-year-old lady was injured in the newest incident.

TV newsreader Alastair Stewart is on the entrance of the Daily Express as he reveals he has been identified with early onset vascular dementia.

And the Daily Star says hundreds of thousands of individuals are ditching work on Monday to get pleasure from one in every of the final days of the September heatwave.