The Sunday papers have a variety of stories dominating the front pages - from Boris Johnson’s political ambitions to the latest news on the strikes.
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The Independent says MORE than nine in 10 people have seen their living costs rise over the past month, as the price of food, fuel and energy continues to surge, pushing inflation to its highest level in four decades.
The Independent says A SEVEN-YEAR-OLD girl has died in hospital two days after being rescued from a hotel pool in Majorca.
The Independent says TWITTER’S chief executive officer Parag Agrawal will be visiting the tech giant’s employees in London next week.
The Independent says INDIA on Thursday said it has sent a "technical team" to Kabul to coordinate the delivery of humanitarian aid after a powerful earthquake killed over 1000 people in eastern Afghanistan.
The Metro says MANCHESTER CITY will reportedly hand Cole Palmer more first-team opportunities if Raheem Sterling is sold to Chelsea.
The Metro says AS INFLATION RISES and the cost of living crisis worsens, many are starting to feel the pressure of rising prices, particularly for those who drive.
The Metro says PEOPLE are being urged to avoid flushing wet wipes after grim pictures showed the impact they have on the UK’s sewer network.
The Metro says Katie Price was flanked by her fiance Carl Woods on her way into court for sentencing today after pleading guilty to breaching a restraining order.
The Guardian says THE Republicans Matt Gaetz and Mo Brooks sought a blanket pardon of members of Congress involved in Donald Trump’s attempt to overturn his defeat.
The Guardian says THE LIBERAL DEMOCRAT victory in the Tiverton and Honiton byelection was spectacular.
The Guardian says SCORES OF PROTESTERS have congregated outside the offices of Brazil’s Indigenous protection agency Funai in the riverside town of Atalaia do Norte.
The Guardian says CABINET SECRETARY Simon Case has admitted discussing “opportunities” for the prime minister’s wife, Carrie Johnson.
The Independent says BORIS JOHNSON has survived the verdict of his own MPs – for the time being at least.
The Guardian says OLIVER DOWDEN has resigned as Conservative chair after the party’s disastrous double byelection losses in Wakefield and in Tiverton and Honiton, saying someone “must take responsibility” for a recent run of poor results.
The Metro says VOTERS are ‘going through a tough time’, Boris Johnson has said following two huge losses in by-elections by the Conservatives.
Mass disruption feared in summer airport strike - that's on the front page of The Independent which leads with the BA vote to strike.
Airport staff vote to strike as threat of disruption widens - that's the Guardian's take on the upcoming BA strikes set to disrupt travel.
Terminal chaos - that's the Metro's take on the announcement that BA staff have voted to strike this summer.
Threat to summer hols: air rage - that's the Daily Mirror's headline today as it reports on the news of the BA strike this summer.
Judge slams his own court over secret Rwanda ruling - that's the headline on the front page of the Daily Express.
Queen back in the saddle - that's the headline of The Sun which reports on the monarch riding horses.
Friday's front page continue to report on the ongoing strike action and summer travel fears.
BBC News says THE CONSERVATIVES have lost two parliamentary by-elections, with the Liberal Democrats and Labour delivering blows to Boris Johnson.
Sky News says THE FAMILIES of four men murdered by Grindr killer Stephen Port after basic police failures say officers have blood on their hands and must "put things right".
Euronews says UKRAINE has been granted official European Union candidate status, after being endorsed by the bloc's 27 leaders during a summit in Brussels.
France24 says THE BODIES of British journalist Dom Phillips and Indigenous expert Bruno Pereira were handed over to their families Thursday.
Aljazeera says AID has started to arrive in a remote part of Afghanistan where an earthquake killed at least 1,000 people, as Taliban officials said the rescue operation was almost complete.
TRT World says US SENATORS advanced a bipartisan bill late Thursday addressing the epidemic of gun violence convulsing the country.
BBC Sport says EMMA RADUCANU’S agent insists the US Open champion is not being distracted by commercial interests.
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New refugees locked up for removal to Rwanda - that's the headline on the front page of The Independent.
Nationwide Polio alert - that's the headline of the Metro which also features a story about the Windrush statue.