UK Newspapers Daily Front Pages Review | Tuesday, 26 October, 2021
Today, Tuesday, October 26th, 2021, top events in the United Kingdom are making headlines on the front pages of newspapers.
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According to The Guardian, Sunak will break the public sector pay freeze to combat the cost of living crisis, despite analysts claiming that the measure is insufficient to compensate for inflation and cuts.
According to Metro, Prime Minister Boris Johnson has come under fire ahead of the COP26 after addressing a group of children that “recycling isn’t the answer.”
Sunak has ruled out the possibility of prolonged school days and extra tutoring to assist pupils whose education has been harmed by the COVID lockdown, according to i reports.
According to The Times, motorists face a winter of escalating fuel prices, with the cost of gasoline expected to reach a record high of 143p per litre on Monday night.
More than five million public sector workers will get a pay raise in 2022, according to The Daily Telegraph, as Rishi Sunak announces the end of the epidemic pay freeze.
The Daily Mail writes that Chancellor Rishi Sunak is planning a salary increase for seven million workers, but the article wonders how he would pay for it.
Several people have died in Sudan following a coup that overthrew the country’s leadership, according to the top of The INDEPENDENT.
Thank you for reading; I’ll see you tomorrow for a look at UK newspapers.