What the papers say – November 18

The tax hikes, spending cuts and recession recognition in the Fall Declaration are the focus of Friday’s newspapers.

The Independent, The times and the financial times say Britain is headed for ‘years of pain’

The UK’s Lost Decade is the front page of the Iwith revenues set to return to 2013 levels over the next two years.

metro says: “You’ve never had it so bad.”

That daily mirror calls it “carnage” while commenting on front The Daily Telegraph reads: “The rhetoric of Osbourne… with the politics of Brown.”

The guard says it’s “from worse to worse”.

That Daily express claims victory for his campaign calling for a 10.1% increase in the state pension.

It is said that middle earners and “geeks” were hammered out of the budget Daily Mail.

Elsewhere, The sun leads the new Three Lions World Cup anthem.

And the Daily Star continues to cover the gimp.

https://www.belfasttelegraph.co.uk/news/uk/what-the-papers-say-november-18-42153968.html What the papers say – November 18


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