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McCann family strength in papers

HOMEPAGE NEWS REPORTS INDEX 4th BIRTHDAY NEWS MAY 2007
Original Source: BBC: 20 MAY 2007
Sunday, 20 May 2007, 05:59 GMT 06:59 UK
 

The dignity being showed by Madeleine McCann's family is widely covered in the morning's newspapers.


The Sunday Mirror's front page is dominated by a newly-released picture of Kate and Gerry McCann - showing the couple with their two-year-old twins.

The News of the World remarks that after 17 days of torment, the McCanns are still displaying awe-inspiring strength and dignity.
The papers also publish extracts from a diary being kept by the McCanns.

MP criticism
The decision by MPs to exempt themselves from the Freedom of Information Act earns them widespread criticism in the press.

The Observer calls Friday's vote an insult to open government and democracy and says the Commons prefers the secret status of a private members' club.

The Sunday Times speaks of a dark day for MPs.

The Observer and the Sunday Telegraph examine what lies ahead for Britain when Gordon Brown takes over as Prime Minister.

The papers also mention the Conservative leadership's decision to end support for the creation of new grammar schools.

The Mail on Sunday says the former Conservative leader, Michael Howard, is among those who have been angered by the change of policy.
The Sunday Express says doubts have also been cast by the Tory education spokesman David Willetts himself.

It says he has privately questioned David Cameron's motives and timing.

Wembley way
There are no shortage of superlatives used by the papers to describe the new Wembley stadium after the FA Cup Final which was won by Chelsea.
The Express says the ?757m venue was the undisputed star of the show, which was attended by around 90,000 fans.

For the News Of The World, Wembley was a field of dreams.
Meanwhile, the Times says a new Scottish National Party government would seek permission for Scotland to field its own team at the 2012 Olympic Games.

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