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Like other papers, the Financial Times leads on the release of A-level results and ministers facing an “angry backlash” from pupils and teachers. The front page also reports on a “historic” peace deal between Israel and the United Arab Emirates (UAE), brokered by the United States. The three countries said in a statement that the “breakthrough will advance peace in the Middle East” but the paper reports the move is expected to anger Palestinians.

Financial Times Front Page 14th of June 2024

Labour leader Sir Keir Starmer has announced an £8.6 billion tax increase plan aimed at stimulating economic growth and addressing perceived mishandlings by the Conservative government, with significant focus on funding for the NHS and education and cracking down on tax avoidance.

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