Newspaper headlines: May targets young voters to see off 'coup' - BBC News

Image caption The prime minister's pledge to freeze tuition fees dominates the Sunday papers. "That's more like it Mrs May" is the verdict in the Sunday Express. It reports the prime minister will launch a "policy blitz" to woo younger voters - by ...

Brexit transition should not last 'a second more' than 2 yrs: Boris Johnson - Business Standard

UK Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson on Saturday insisted that any transition period after Britain leaves the European Union (EU) should not last "a second more" than two years. Johnson, in an interview, called for four conditions for Brexit: transition ...

Conservative party conference: Theresa May faces the challenge of healing party amid Brexit rebellion and stalled EU ... - The Independent

The Conservatives have gathered in Manchester for their annual conference as Theresa May battles to retain the faith of her party, amid slow progress in Brexit talks. The beleaguered Prime Minister has faced two public interventions on Brexit from ...

'For everyone, not just the privileged few': PM issues rallying cry in advance of Tory conference - City A.M.

Oliver Gill is a City A.M. reporter, you can contact him on oliver.gill@cityam.c [..] Show more. Follow Oliver. BRITAIN-POLITICS-ECONOMY-FINANCE-BOE. The Conservative Party annual conference kicks off in Manchester tomorrow (Source: Getty). Oliver Gill.

Boris wants to push Theresa out, but it is too late now – the Tories need someone who can win the youth vote - The Independent (blog)

The Foreign Secretary's promotion of Brexit has alienated too many young people. The liberal Tory joker who won their votes as Mayor of London has been forgotten. Now he is a right-wing Etonian who is a joke abroad and a national embarrassment.