What the papers say – August 19



ealth issues, winter in Spain and a royal working in a backyard centre are splashed throughout Friday’s entrance pages.

The i reviews that the Workplace of Price range Duty will inform Liz Truss she has billions of kilos lower than she thinks she has to fund tax cuts if she turns into prime minister.

The Tory frontrunner plans to crack down on “militant unions who maintain the nation to ransom” with industrial motion, in line with the Day by day Specific.

“What has grow to be of our nation?” asks the Day by day Mirror because it shares the story of an 87-year-old who waited 15 hours exterior in a single day for an ambulance.

Considerations about staffing numbers in care properties have prompted Well being Secretary Steve Barclay to think about an abroad hiring spree, reviews The Occasions.

The Solar, in the meantime, says the cost-of-living disaster “should be dangerous” because the Queen’s granddaughter Girl Louise Windsor works in a backyard centre.

The Day by day Star carries the story of a “savvy” employee who goals to save lots of money on gas payments by shifting to Spain for the winter.

The Impartial reviews the newest A-level outcomes present a rising North-South divide, with the Day by day Mail saying tens of hundreds of pupils had been “desperately” making an attempt to safe a college place following a report drop in grades.

Analysis exhibits the typical water firm boss’s whole pay rose by 20% during the last 12 months amid air pollution failings, in line with The Guardian and Metro.

And The Day by day Telegraph says authorities have requested for extra deaths figures to be examined because the paper reviews lockdown’s results could also be killing extra folks than Covid-19.

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