What the papers say – February 3

What the papers say – February 3


nger over report Shell earnings leads the nation’s papers on the finish of the working week.

The Guardian says there are requires a harder windfall tax on power firms after Shell recorded a revenue of £32.2 billion in 2022, whereas paying simply £110 million in windfall tax.

In the meantime, the i stories power companies have been ordered to cease force-fitting pre-pay meters to assist stop essentially the most weak being reduce off from electrical energy and gasoline.

Each tales are carried by Metro and the Each day Star.

Elsewhere, the Each day Mail and The Solar lead with a TV attraction from the household of lacking mum Nicola Bulley, one week after she disappeared whereas strolling her canine.

The Telegraph carries a warning from the Financial institution of England (BoE) that the nation’s workforce can be completely smaller after the pandemic and lockdown.

The Each day Specific says the BoE has forecast Britain’s financial hunch will finish subsequent 12 months.

And the Each day Mirror stories footballer Mason Greenwood is not going to face trial over an alleged intercourse assault after fees towards him had been dropped.

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