- I Sport – Gunners inflict pain at the Lane
- FT – Apple fined €1.8bn for breaking EU law over music streaming
- The Economist – How high can markets go?
- City AM – Back in room
- The Guardian – Doctors issue dire warning as NHS faces biggest Budget cut in 50 years
- The Independent – Lords tells Sunak: Don’t send Afghan heroes to Rwanda
- Metro – Tiny kids dying in housing crisis
- Daily Express – France must do more with our millions to stop small boats
The Sun – Light of our lives
The Sun reports on the stabbing death of a 15-year-old girl on her way to school on Wednesday morning. The teen was stabbed after she reportedly stepped in to help a friend who was arguing with an ex-boyfriend,
The paper carries a picture of Elianne’s mother, Dorcas, being supported as she visits the scene.
It quotes Elianne’s family describing her as the “light of our lives” and saying that the dreams the aspiring lawyer had for her future “have now been shattered”.
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