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What the newspapers say – November 24th

Pressure on the government, tons of parking tickets and trouble with the Coast Guard are front-page news.

That daily mirror says the UK’s biggest scam has shut down a phone number spoofing website used by criminals to scam thousands of victims out of millions of pounds.

Nicola Sturgeon insists “democracy is not being denied” after the Supreme Court blocked a second Scottish independence referendum, reports metro.

Documents seen by The guard point out that Tory colleague Michelle Mone and her children secretly received £29million from the profits of a PSA firm that awarded major government contracts after recommending it to ministers.

Rishi Sunak is facing pressure from companies and unions to scrap his planned “bonfire of EU rules,” he says financial times.

Downing Street officials have said so I the government must introduce new policies to placate dissatisfied MPs.

The Daily Telegraph GP practices could reportedly be named and shamed as new rankings are adjusted to show the practices with the fewest number of appointments.

pleasemynews was informed that overworked Coastguard staff, working up to 20 hours a day, made mistakes in responding to a mass drowning in the English Channel a year ago today.

The first drug shown to slow down dementia could be available in the UK next year, the reports Daily express.

That Daily Mail says motorists are being hit with a record 30,000 traffic tickets a day.

The Government will soon launch a £25million public information campaign to show people how to reduce energy use The times.

TV presenter Jonnie Irwin claims in The sun that A Place In The Sun dropped him when he revealed his terminal cancer diagnosis.

And the Daily Star asks “how do you spell Schadenfreude” after Germany’s 2-1 World Cup defeat by Japan.

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