What the papers say – November 12

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Nigel Farage’s pre-election gift to Boris Johnson of withdrawing Brexit Party candidates from Tory-held seats is the biggest story in the nation’s papers on Tuesday.

The Daily Telegraph leads with the Brexit Party’s strategic retreat.

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The Guardian, the Daily Mail and the Financial Times say the Brexit Party is now also under pressure to withdraw candidates from Labour-held seats which are being targeted by the Tories.

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And The Indepedent, Metro, the Daily Express, The Sun and the i also lead on Mr Farage giving the Tories a boost in the hope of avoiding another Brexit referendum.

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Meanwhile, The Times says an independent report has recommended the HS2 high-speed rail link should go ahead despite its costs rising.

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The Daily Mirror says the Tories have let flood victims in the North down by spending more flood defence money in the South.

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And the Daily Star has called for the return of TV show Grange Hill, hoping it will “save Britain”.

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World News

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