What the newspapers say – January 26

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The developments in Eastern Europe and the latest news about Nadhim Zahawi lead the national newspapers.

The US and Germany have joined Western allies, including the UK, in agreeing to send main battle tanks to Ukraine, says the Daily mail, i and Daily mirror.

The TUSEN Lockheed Martin has ready to meet the demand for its F-16 aircraft as some of Ukraine’s closest European allies revive their efforts to supply Kiev with fighter jets.

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The public should prepare for the shock of seeing “two or three” Metropolitan Police officers in the dock each week for serious crimes, Subway quotes the Commissioner of the Force, Sir Mark Rowley.

Commerce Secretary Andrew Bowie has said Rishi Sunak will sack Tory chairman Zahawi if he is found to have broken the ministerial code. TUSEN.

Deputy Prime Minister Dominic Raab faces at least 24 formal complaints of bullying The protectorwhich is considerably more than the eight complaints already filed.

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The chairman of Marks & Spencer has become the latest business executive to criticize the government’s economic policies, with Archie Norman quoted in The Daily Telegraph as plans to facilitate post-Brexit trade as “presumptuous” and “mind-boggling”.

The times has been told that ministers are preparing to ban the sale and possession of what is known as nitrous oxide as part of a crackdown on anti-social behaviour.

“How can this be the sad reality of our country?” asks the Daily Expresswhich focuses on the death from hypothermia of an 87-year-old widowed great-grandmother, who was too concerned about rising energy prices to turn on the heating in her Greater Manchester home.

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The sun reports that the Duke of York has been “kicked out of his luxury apartment at Buckingham Palace”, with the paper adding that the royal “likes to share his bed with five stuffed bears”.

And the TUSEN refers to a theoretical nuclear-powered rocket that could reach Mars in just 45 days.

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