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Labour makes NHS pledge as Tories promise new apprenticeships - BBC News Labour makes NHS pledge as Tories promise new apprenticeships - BBC News
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Chris Mason The Times and the Daily Mail both say that one in eight students could see their courses cut, under Conservative plans to tackle what they call "Mickey Mouse" degrees.
Political editor The papers say Tory modelling has suggested the measures could generate about £910m for apprenticeships by the end of the decade by reducing the number of student loans which are never paid back.
The Express lists five degrees whose graduates earn the least. They include courses in combined and general studies, performing arts and creative arts and design.
Nigel Farage is one of the most influential politicians of our time. Maybe you love him, maybe you really don’t. The Telegraph leads with an interview with Rishi Sunak. He reveals he's recently spoken to Boris Johnson, but he won't say whether the 2019 election winner would campaign for him.
Nigel Farage has made it his life’s work to disrupt, delight, dismay, horrify, and he reckons he is not done yet. The front page of the Daily Mirror has the decision by the police to drop their inquiry into Labour's deputy leader Angela Rayner's house sale. It describes this as a fresh blow to Sunak's campaign.
We reporters squeezed into an upstairs room of the Royal Cinque Ports Yacht Club, overlooking the English Channel. Read more from Wednesday's papers here.
He had already announced that he wouldn’t try to win a seat in Parliament himself at this election, prompting a reporter from The Sun to tease him that he was a chicken.
He argued that from the bitter experience of more than half a dozen defeats, he had little chance of success without working a seat for months in advance.
More from Farage's speech yesterday.
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