The Papers: Dale Winton tributes and ‘war on plastic’

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    Image caption The death of TV presenter Dale Winton at the age of 62 is on some of Thursday’s front pages. The paper says tributes have been paid to the star of Supermarket Sweep after he died at home. The Sun also reports on the unveiling of a planned ban on plastic straws, saying it is “The Last Straw”.
    Image caption The Daily Star also has “Telly Legend” Winton on its front page.
    Image caption “Britain’s war on plastic,” is the headline on the i front page. The paper says plastic straws will be banned in England to stop 8.5 billion being thrown away every year.
    Image caption The Guardian says there is still “chaos” over the Windrush row. It says Theresa May has promised that a London man who was denied free NHS cancer treatment despite living in the UK for 44 years would now get the care. But his lawyers say they have not been informed, the paper reports.
    Image caption The Daily Telegraph reports that Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson is calling for greater use of stop and search. He warns against “going soft” on knife crime, the paper says.
    Image caption The Times leads on its own investigation into housebuilder Bovis Homes, saying buyers are “in despair at badly built new homes”. The company apologised last year to customers for poor workmanship after complaints.
    Image caption “Our family is torn apart,” is the Daily Mirror’s headline. The paper has spoken to the brother of Meghan Markle, who says the family has not been invited to the royal wedding in May.
    Image caption The Metro says Thursday is set to be the hottest 19 April since records began in 1841. Temperatures could reach 28C (82F), the paper reports.
    Image caption The Financial Times says Unilever is facing a “mounting investor rebellion” over its decision to base itself in the Netherlands. It also shows Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau taking a selfie with London Mayor Sadiq Khan at the Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting.

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