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What the papers say – July 20

A global IT outage which hit airports, banks, train networks, TV stations, shops and GP surgeries dominates Saturday’s front pages.

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Four-nation summit needed now to tackle child poverty, says Flynn

The SNP Westminster leader said the new UK Government must not delay action.

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Tom Tugendhat gets backing from two top Tories for party leadership

Damian Green and Steve Baker, who are from different wings of the party, have endorsed Mr Tugendhat.

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Independent MP says ‘potential death threat’ meant he missed Gaza announcement

Shockat Adam, who put Gaza at the forefront of his campaign, has explained why he was away from Parliament on Friday.

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Man arrested on suspicion of murdering victim in her 80s in Kingston

The suspect was arrested at the scene of the killing on a suburban London street

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Drivers 'wrongly fined' after Chingford Ulez camera damaged by vandals

Penalty notices have been cancelled after issue was flagged to Sadiq Khan

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CrowdStrike IT outage: Holidaymakers told to leave crowded airports as 167 flights in UK axed

More than 160 UK flights have been axed and many more were delayed following the technical glitch

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Government recommits to funding UNRWA as David Lammy praises ‘life-saving work’

The Government will overturn the suspension of UK funding for the UN agency for Palestine.

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Man in his 80s arrested on suspicion of murdering elderly woman

Officers were called on Friday morning to Raebun Avenue, Tolworth, in Kingston, where a woman, aged in her 80s, was pronounced dead at the scene.

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Air passengers told to go home if flight cancelled following global IT outage

More than 160 UK flights have been axed and many more were delayed following the technical glitch.

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Venice makes £2million from day-tripper tax with trial scheme tipped for extension

Officials in Venice say they are trying to limit numbers to help protect the city but the move has sparked protests

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Fire breaks out after protest at Dublin factory earmarked for asylum seekers

The former Crown Paints factory in Coolock in north Dublin witnessed violent disorder this week.

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CrowdStrike says global IT outage could take 'some time to recover from' but not 'cyber attack'

CrowdStrike CEO 'deeply sorry' as summer holidays scuppered and GP appointments affected

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Microsoft crash LIVE: CrowdStrike says tech outage could take 'some time' for firms to 'recover' from

Microsoft says 'underlying cause' of mass IT outage fixed but 'residual impact' continues to affect services

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Temperatures to drop after hottest day of the year

The mercury reached 31.9C at St James’ Park, central London, on Friday making it the warmest recorded day of 2024.

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Brunel Museum in South London to close for major refurbishment

Renovations are set to be completed for summer 2025

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Sadiq Khan: Met Police diverted 'most ever' resources to tackle general election abuse

The mayor says abuse faced by those standing for public office could get worse

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Paused asylum claims will be dealt with ‘as a priority’, High Court told

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London Ambulance Service receives 4,500 emergency calls amid global IT outage and 31C heat

The service is ‘under huge pressure’ and urges patients to ‘bear with’

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Whitehall cleaners and security guards suspend strike after fresh pay offer

The workers at the Department for Energy Security and Net Zero were due to commence industrial action on Monday.