What the papers say – September 22

Widespread condemnation of Vladimir Putin’s latest nuclear threat is emerging in the nation’s newspapers.

The Daily Telegraph and Daily Mail wear Liz Truss’s response to the Russian president’s threat of nuclear war amid conflict in Ukraine, with the prime minister vowing a ‘desperate’ Mr Putin would be defeated.

In the meantime, The times, The guard and The Independent Leading with US President Joe Biden, who called Putin’s threats “reckless” as he warned that a nuclear war “cannot be won and must never be fought”.

That financial times says Putin’s nuclear warning coincided with a mobilization of army reservists to help Russia’s “sick” campaign in Ukraine.

The move has sparked mass protests across Russia metro.

The sun Russia has reportedly released five British prisoners in Ukraine.

Elsewhere, the I leads with warnings about Mrs Truss’ ‘gamble’ on tax cuts.

Health Minister Therese Coffey has promised that all patients will have an appointment with their general practitioner within two weeks Daily express.

That daily mirror Police have reportedly handed out a record £200,000 bounty to help catch Olivia Pratt-Korbel’s killer.

And the Daily Star says the late Duke of Edinburgh had a cache of classified UFO documents that investigators are now demanding release to the public.

https://www.belfasttelegraph.co.uk/news/uk/what-the-papers-say-september-22-42008496.html What the papers say – September 22


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