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Newspaper headlines: 'Remember them' and presenter 'missing in Greece'

Remember them, reads the Metro

For a number of Friday’s front pages images of Thursday’s 80th anniversary of D-Day feature prominently. With a striking silhouetted image taken on a beach in Normandy, the Metro has the headline: “At the going down of the sun and in the morning we will remember them.”

They did not flinch, reads the Daily Express

The Daily Express focuses on the D-Day commemorations, with the headline “They did not flinch”.

The front page of the Sun

The Sun has gone for a quote from Prince William for its coverage of D-Day, including his remarks that “it’s almost impossible to grasp the courage it would have taken to run into the fury of battle that day”.

Mail health guru Michael Mosley missing in Greece, reads the Daily Mail

The Daily Mail leads on the search for missing TV presenter Michael Mosley. Its headline describes Mosley, who writes a column for the paper, as its “health guru”. The paper reports the 67-year-old “vanished during a walk on a Greek island”.

In the footsteps of heroes, reads the Daily Telegraph

The Daily Telegraph leads on D-Day, but its second main story on the front page is about the forthcoming Labour Party manifesto which it says includes a commitment “to recognising a Palestinian state before peace talks are over”. The story is based on reporting from the Daily Mirror and Guardian.

Pressure on Tories to return £15m donations after new Hester claims, reads the Guardian

The Guardian has an exclusive on Frank Hester, a major Tory donor. It has spoken to a number of people who have worked with him and claim he made a number of offensive comments. The allegations were put to Mr Hester by the paper, who did not respond.

PM ditches D-Day reads the Mirror

“PM ditches D-Day” is the headline in the Mirror, reporting that the prime minister “skipped a major D-Day ceremony in Normandy… then recorded an ITV interview back home”.

Green antisemitism storm, reads the front of the Times

A story about a dossier on alleged antisemitism in the Green Party is the lead in the Times. The party said the allegations are “serious and are being treated as such”.

Reform surges again as new polls show Farage effect reads the i

And with a different general election story, the i reports on a surge in polling numbers for the Reform Party ahead of leader Nigel Farage’s appearance in a televised debate on Friday evening.

ECB cuts rates for first time in 5 years after inflation eases, reads the Financial Times

The European Central Bank has cut interest rates for the first time in five years, the Financial Times reports, calling it “a milestone in the fight against inflation”. The paper also has an interesting story about the London Stock Exchange wanting to erect a screen outside its Square Mile headquarters “to showcase the market’s success stories and combat pessimism over its future”.

We agree with Nigel reads the Daily Star

And finally, the Daily Star has the headline “We agree with Nigel”, praising a pensioner with a rather dismissive opinion of politicians.

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