What the papers say – August 19

The stunning crimes of killer nurse Lucy Letby dominate Saturday’s papers.

The Occasions describes Letby, who was convicted of the murders of seven infants and the tried homicide of six others, as “a chilly, calculating killer”.

The Guardian options the similar police custody image of Letby and describes her as “Britain’s worst baby serial killer”.

The i paper additionally leads with Letby’s convictions however the entrance web page options photos of a few of England’s Lionesses as they put together to face Spain in Sunday’s World Cup remaining.

The Unbiased focuses on Letby’s chilling crimes and mentions that a few of her colleagues had even referred to as her “Good Lucy”.

The Each day Telegraph leads with claims that the NHS’s failure to analyze considerations sooner left the nurse free to kill once more.

The Each day Mail additionally focuses on the obvious failure to heed a string of warnings about Letby.

The Each day Specific reviews that infants may have been saved if the hospital had concerned police sooner.

Whereas the Each day Mirror reviews that police are investigating what number of extra infants might have been focused.

The Monetary Occasions reviews that Japanese conglomerate Softbank has purchased the remaining 25% stake in UK chip designer Arm, forward of itemizing the agency in New York.

And there’s cheerful information from the Each day Star which says an asparagus psychic has predicted the Lionesses will win the World Cup remaining on penalties.

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