What the Newspapers Are Saying – July 1

The resignation of Chris Pincher as Deputy Chief Government Whip, the 50th Pride of the United Kingdom and the murder of Logan Mwangi make headlines on the first of July.

The sunthe Daily mail, The Guardian and The Daily Telegraph all lead on Mr. Pincher’s apology and resignation for “‘drunk’ groping”.

Boris Johnson’s pledge to boost defense spending by tens of billions grabs headlines The Independent.

The temperature says number 10 provides for a reduction in VAT to help curb inflation.

The I splashes an exclusive from former PM Theresa May on the 50th anniversary of the UK’s first Pride. Ms May said the government should reverse its decision not to protect transgender people under a proposed ban on conversion therapy.

The two-year prison sentence given to former Scottish MP Natalie McGarry for embezzlement is the front page of Subway.

The Daily Express and the DailyMirror lead the sentencing of Logan Mwangi’s murderers.

The FinancialTimes reports that the UK’s trade performance has fallen to its worst level since 1955.

And the daily star splashes on Bernie Ecclestone’s “weird bellends defense”.

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