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The Guardian leads with a warning from Labour leader Sir Keir Starmer that the government’s plans for students’ grades risked “robbing a generation of young people of their future” and who called on the prime minister to “change course”. The paper also reports on the end to the active investigation into the killing of Stephen Lawrence, with the teenager’s father, Neville, vowing to overturn the decision, saying it would leave racist killers out on the streets. Also featured on the front page is a photograph of Senator Kamala Harris, who Democrat Joe Biden has named as his vice-presidential running mate. She is the first black woman and Asian American to run on a major party ticket.

Guardian Front Page 19th of July 2024

Five activists from the Just Stop Oil campaign received record prison sentences for their roles in planning a protest that would have disrupted the M25 motorway, sparking debate over the severity of the punishment for non-violent activism.

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Guardian Front Page 18th of July 2024

Keir Starmer has pledged to revitalize the UK economy with a focus on renewable energy and infrastructure growth, promising to counter populism and implement substantial reforms in his first King’s speech in a decade.

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Guardian Front Page 16th of July 2024

Donald Trump criticised ongoing legal cases against him as “witch-hunts” despite his recent pledge to unite the nation, addressing these concerns during a rally and in preparation for the Republican National Convention in Milwaukee.

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