What the papers say – September 24

What the papers say – September 24


aturday’s papers react to the Chancellor’s £45bn tax-cutting package deal which despatched the pound crashing to its lowest degree in opposition to the greenback in 37 years.

The Impartial and The Guardian name it a mini-budget “for the wealthy” and run feedback made by TUC common secretary Frances O’Grady through which she mentioned it was “Robin Hood in reverse”.

The numerous tax cuts are an ideal gamble, The Every day Telegraph and The Instances add.

FT Weekend and i Weekend lead with the tumbling of the pound to a 37-year low in response to the tax minimize package deal.

The Every day Specific and the Every day Mail, in the meantime, cowl the mini-budget in a special gentle, with the latter hailing it a “true Tory funds”.

Elsewhere, the Every day Mirror and the Every day Star have the most recent from the rape trial of Manchester Metropolis’s Benjamin Mendy, reporting {that a} lady who was allegedly raped by Mendy’s co-accused, Louis Saha Matturie, advised police she had intercourse with England star Jack Grealish on the identical night time.

And The Solar carries claims made in a e-book concerning the Duchess of Sussex that she allegedly made a grievance about getting paid in 2018.

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