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The Times borrows Culture Secretary Oliver Dowden’s call to “work out to help out” for its headline, adding that cricket can resume this weekend and amateur football as soon as guidelines are agreed. The paper also says the prime minister intends to ban promotions on unhealthy food after coronavirus convinced him action on obesity was needed.

Times Front Page 19th of July 2024

Roger Hallam, the founder of Just Stop Oil, has been sentenced to five years in jail for his role in organising protests that disrupted the M25 motorway, with this being the longest-ever sentence for a non-violent protest under new laws aimed at cracking down on public disruption.

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Times Front Page 16th of July 2024

Donald Trump has been crowned the Republican Party’s presumptive nominee two days after surviving an assassination attempt and gaining a notable boost in key swing states, with his campaign asserting a five-point lead in Wisconsin.

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