What the papers say – August 22

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Allegations Donald Trump ordered payments to hush up mistresses on the campaign trail, a call to increase the number of magistrates with criminal records and a ban on “puppy farms” make headlines on Wednesday.

Michael Cohen’s courtroom claims that the then-presidential candidate ordered illegal campaign finance payments tops the The Times, after the lawyer pleaded guilty to giving money to porn star Stormy Daniels and a former Playboy model.

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Increasing the number of magistrates with criminal records would help boost diversity, a law chief has told the Daily Telegraph.

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Meanwhile, the Daily Mail says that violent thugs, prolific burglars and drugs dealers are benefiting from “soft justice” and avoiding jail terms.

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Third parties such as shops and online dealers will be banned from selling dogs and cats that have been unethically bred for sale, the Daily Mirror says.

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The Guardian leads with a review that found more than 160 people from the Windrush generation may have been wrongly removed or detained.

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Britain recorded the highest July surplus for 18 years, giving the Chancellor a boost, the Financial Times reports.

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And The Sun leads with complaints that Second World War enthusiasts wore Nazi uniforms during a re-enactment at Lacock Abbey in Wiltshire.

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Elsewhere, the Daily Express reports on a breakthrough on treating cancer.

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A new treatment for enlarged prostate has been approved for use on the NHS, the i says.

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Ending freedom of movement after Brexit would harm social care with 400,00 fewer carers within a decade, a new analysis reported by the The Independent suggests.

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And a new report shows a record number of people are in work, but are worse off by an average of £50 a month compared to a decade ago, the Metro says.

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World News

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