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The increasing pressure being placed upon the prime minister to get a grip of exam results also leads the front page of The Guardian. Labour and Conservative politicians have united in their criticism of the “botched” handling of the A-level results in England, the paper reports. Oxford University has said it is unable to offer further places to state school applications who have been affected by the grading fiasco “as we are constrained by government student number controls”, a spokesperson has said.

Guardian Front Page 23rd of July 2024

Senior Democrats are increasingly endorsing Vice-President Kamala Harris as she approaches a potential run against Donald Trump in the next presidential election, with high-profile backing from figures such as Nancy Pelosi bolstering her campaign.

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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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