‘Earth sends a warning’: how the papers coated the UK’s scorching warmth | Media

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An image of a Queen’s Guard sentry being given a sip of water exterior Buckingham Palace is the defining picture on Tuesday’s entrance pages, because the heatwave put the local weather disaster in recent focus.

All however a few the entrance pages characteristic the image of the guardsman in his bearskin hat taking much-needed aid from the warmth which on Monday topped 37.4 degrees in west London and a nationwide excessive of 38.1C in Santon Downham in Suffolk.

The prospect of a good hotter day on Tuesday supplies a flurry of warnings on the entrance pages.

“File highs, journey chaos, faculties shut … and it’s going to get hotter”, says the Telegraph with a massive picture of the sentry from the Irish Guards on the entrance. A second story on the entrance carries feedback from Prince Charles’ that the record-breaking warmth had proved him proper on the local weather change “emergency”.

The entrance web page of tomorrow's Each day Telegraph:

'File highs, journey chaos, faculties shut … and it’s going to get hotter'#TomorrowsPapersToday

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— The Telegraph (@Telegraph) July 18, 2022


A Met Workplace heatmap of Britain makes for a putting entrance web page within the i together with the headline “Earth sends a warning”.

Tuesday’s i: “Earth sends a warning” #BBCPapers #TomorrowsPapersToday https://t.co/7FuHsAa3Vz pic.twitter.com/uKzTRHIdGS

— BBC Information (UK) (@BBCNews) July 18, 2022


The Solar has a closeup picture of a probably completely different Irish guardsman visibly sweating below the well-known headwear. “Britain is melting”, says the most important headline, with subheads studying “File 41C ‘to hit in the present day’” and “Runways KO’d by solar”.

On tomorrow's entrance web page: Brits face MORE climate chaos as nation braces for an additional scorcher.https://t.co/mZPkSMdW3H pic.twitter.com/FMDxPeOoWX

— The Solar (@TheSun) July 18, 2022


The Guardian has a composite of completely different photographs from across the nation however goes with a extra politically centered headline: “Johnson accused of ‘testing’ as Britain swelters in searing warmth”.

Guardian entrance web page, Tuesday 19 July 2022: Johnson accused of 'testing' as Britain swelters in searing warmth pic.twitter.com/lLPy4LRCzw

— The Guardian (@guardian) July 18, 2022


The Mirror’s headline is “File baker” over an image of sunbathers in sunny North Tyneside and the subhead “Hottest day in the present day with extra to return”.

Tuesday's entrance web page: File baker #TomorrowsPapersToday https://t.co/SfLbeeEXKS pic.twitter.com/EKRdDDrTRl

— The Mirror (@DailyMirror) July 18, 2022


The Occasions leads with “Tory race thrown vast open” after the newest management poll noticed Liz Truss shut the hole on Penny Mordaunt. It additionally has the climate story with the headline “Loopy warmth stops trains and melts runways”.

Occasions: Tory race thrown vast open #TomorrowsPapersToday pic.twitter.com/6Nkvof7BLK

— George Mann 🫧⚒️🫧 (@sgfmann) July 18, 2022


The Mail additionally leads with the Tory race, claiming “Mordaunt’s No10 bid hits buffers”. At the highest of the web page it carries the image of the guardsman with the headline “Sunny day snowflake Britain had a meltdown”, pointing to inside protection that seems to lean in direction of the sceptical selection.

Mail: Sunny day snowflake Britain had a meltdown #TomorrowsPapersToday pic.twitter.com/D8Eivzbw71

— George Mann 🫧⚒️🫧 (@sgfmann) July 18, 2022


It’s the identical within the Categorical the place the headline has a crafty reference to the climate: “Can Truss flip up warmth to battle Rishi in run-off?”

Entrance web page: Can Truss flip up warmth to battle Rishi in run off? #TomorrowsPaperToday

Story: https://t.co/PxJiCUd6mc pic.twitter.com/s1jbRK3072

— Each day Categorical (@Daily_Express) July 18, 2022


The Metro warns the nation to “Prepare for… hottest day ever” with forecasts of 41C in some components on Tuesday.

Tomorrow's Paper As we speak 📰


🔴 Airports closed, roads melting however worst but to return
🔴 Temperatures set to soar to report highs in the present day, even topping 40°C#TomorrowsPapersToday pic.twitter.com/jvhS3UFKTq

— Metro (@MetroUK) July 18, 2022


The Monetary Occasions makes use of the guardsman for its image story on the entrance and the headline “Drop guard: Britain braced for extra warmth”. The most important story is concerning the Cambridge-based tech agency Arm: “Arm’s London itemizing plan on maintain after Johnson’s fall sparks turmoil”.

Simply printed: entrance web page of the Monetary Occasions, UK version, Tuesday 19 July https://t.co/W8q0lxASU8 pic.twitter.com/9MbZvlLcm0

— Monetary Occasions (@FinancialTimes) July 18, 2022




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