The Guardian – REVEALED: the far right web radicalising UK children
According to an investigation conducted by The Guardian, a “far-right ecosystem” is targetting children online to radicalise them.
Today's Headlines - Summarised
The Guardian – Truss delivers a new common enemy to fractured Tory party Summary of the front page Liz Truss has tried to unite her party around a common enemy of the “anti-growth coalition” of trade unions, remainers and green campaigners after a turbulent Tory conference left her leadership in peril, reads the front page of The Guardian. The paper described the four-day Tory party conference as “fractious”, ending with an “embattled” PM warning of “stormy
The Guardian says Australia all-rounder Mitchell Marsh is set to return at No 3 in the first T20 World Cup warm-up against West Indies on Wednesday but will be spared bowling duties as he continues his recovery from an ankle injury.
The Guardian says Liz Truss’s intervention to freeze energy prices for households for two years is expected to cost the government £89bn, according to the first major costing of the policy by the sector’s leading consultancy.
The Guardian says South Korea’s military has apologised after a missile it launched during a drill on Tuesday malfunctioned and crashed to the ground, causing alarm among nearby residents who thought they were under attack from North Korea, which had test launched a missile earlier in the day.
The Guardian says A California serial killer seems to be “on a mission” dating back to last year, which has seen the fatal shooting of at least six men and the wounding of one woman – but authorities have not figured out what’s behind the violence.
Summary of Today’s Paper Headline Story The Guardian – Tory turmoil amid claims of coup to oust Truss The front page of The Guardian states that Liz Truss’s cabinet is in open warfare over the 45p tax U-turn and benefit cuts, with the home secretary accusing fellow Tory MPs of a coup against the prime minister. Today’s Headlines – Summarised