What the newspapers say – September 25th

Many Sunday newspapers continue to report on the fallout from the government’s controversial tax cut package.

Budget tax breaks go to “wealthy Tory areas,” it says The Independentreports that some wealthier counties, including those containing the seats of Liz Truss and her deputy, are earmarked for “investment zones” where billions will be handed over to corporations.

The Sunday Telegraph Adds that Ms Truss plans to continue her “tax cut course” in a budget for the new year that will include further cuts in income tax and rebates for savers and child benefit claimants.

That Sunday Express Speaking about tax cuts, the Chancellor has said: “You haven’t seen anything yet” – with a “true blue Tory revolution” in the cards.

The Sunday Timeswrites, meanwhile, that the prime minister is facing her first “cabinet row” as she prepares to increase immigration to boost economic growth by trying to address acute labor shortages.

Sir Keir Starmer pledges to make Britain an independent green ‘superpower’ by 2030 through massive deployment of wind and solar power. The Observer says.

Elsewhere, people on Sunday reports that one of the Britons freed after being held as a prisoner of war by Russia was celebrated with an Egg McMuffin.

Former Tottenham boss Harry Redknapp has hit the front page of the newspaper about his wife’s difficult battle with Covid sunday mirror.

And the Daily Star Sunday splash features a woman who says she’s marrying a Victorian-era ghost, claims he has “a jealous streak” and regularly hides her “scanty clothes and lingerie”.

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Mike Fahey

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