Much like the issues described in FKAMP-2, we still get AMP pages served (from Google's cache) when visiting news stories linked to from new.google.co.uk. Using "Request Desktop Site" resolves that to some extent, but Google seem to have opted not to use responsive design on Google News and instead rely on user-agent sniffing. So you wind up with a page that's formatted for a widescreen monitor.
Means, half the time, important images are missing from the news stories and they're rendered otherwise pointless.
Need to look at whether the existing Google search centric script is directly applicable to Google News, or, failing that, at implementing a new script to get rid of AMP.
Google News is horrendously AMPy, but just like in their search results isn't declared as AMP in the markup. Unlike in their search results, they're also not using the canonical
correctly and simply declare themselves as being canonical (so you can't even auto-follow to a proper page).
This issue implements a new user script redirect_to_non_amp_sites.user.js
to handle similarly hostile pages by redirecting known bad domains to another domain that provides similar functionality without the AMP baggage. In this case, that's redirecting Google News to Bing news.