What the papers say – August 20
xcitement about England’s chances of winning the Women’s World Cup final fills Sunday’s front pages. The King’s message, urging the to “roar to victory” is the focus of . The says the nation will roar on the team to play the game of their lives with the headline “Lioness we can”. SPONSORED captain Millie Bright’s quote that the Lionesses need to play the “game of our lives” also makes the splash of the . While the predicts 30 million pints will be drunk by football fans watching the match and some will be too hungover to work on Monday. The leads with a call for Countess of Chester Hospital bosses to be investigated for possible corporate manslaughter from Dr Dewi Evans, the prosecution’s lead medical expert in the murder trial. The reports that doctors have called for hospital administrators to be held accountable to a regulator similar to the General Medical Council after chances were missed to prevent Letby from killing babies in her care. And the reports that the families of Letby’s victims have called for a full public inquiry into her crimes rather than the independent probe announced by the Government. Meanwhile, the reports claims that the EU wants to prolong the migrant boats crisis as a punishment for Brexit.