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The Times takes a more positive tone with the news that universities say they will “soften” their normal entry grades in light of exams being halted by the pandemic. The paper says the move has “thrown a lifeline” to more than 100,000 pupils who will have their A-level results downgraded by regulators. Also on its front page, the paper reports that the UK has seen its longest stretch of temperatures above 34C since the 1960s, as Britons have been kept awake by a run of “tropical nights” – when temperatures remain above 20C.

Times Front Page 14th of June 2024

Labour leader Sir Keir Starmer has faced scrutiny over his economic policies, with critics accusing him of planning high taxes and cuts despite his assurances that his proposed spending would be balanced by increased growth and efficiency.

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