What the papers say – August 29

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Conservative ructions over Brexit and a fresh storm over anti-Semitism facing Labour make headlines on Wednesday.

The Guardian leads with Theresa May’s indication that she will fight off any leadership challenge from Boris Johnson.

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The Daily Express says the Prime Minister brushed aside the suggestion of a coup as she promised to deliver a Brexit deal that honours the 2016 referendum.

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However The Times reports that other forces could be at play, with pro-EU Tory MPs fearing Ukip supporters will attempt to unseat them and elect a Brexiteer PM.

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Meanwhile The Independent leads on Mrs May’s Brexit trade mission to Africa, reporting that agreements reached on the trip do not improve on current terms.

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Last week footage from 2013 emerged of Jeremy Corbyn criticising a group of British Zionists.

The Daily Mail leads with Lord Jonathan Sacks’ comparison of the Labour leader’s comments with Enoch Powell’s inflammatory “rivers of blood” speech.

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The Daily Telegraph also carries the former chief rabbi’s criticism of Mr Corbyn on its front page.

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The Sun leads with the death of a mother-of-three, 29, from Leeds after undergoing “bum lift” surgery in Turkey.

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In other news, the Financial Times reports that more than a dozen company retirement schemes have been warned “overly generous” pension payouts could damage remaining funds.

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The i leads with a medical advance that will help identify people at risk of heart attack years in an advance.

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The Daily Mirror reports that twins sold as babies to a British couple are now “thriving” at university in the US.

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And the Metro leads with an attack on police officers making an arrest at a London McDonald’s.

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