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Newspaper headlines: 'Dame in a day' and 'Coleen's split' Newspaper headlines: 'Dame in a day' and 'Coleen's split'
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The Sun pictures the Duke of Cambridge sitting alongside cancer campaigner Deborah James in her parents' sunny garden in Surrey. Prince William presented the mum, who is having end-of-life care, with her Damehood - just a day after it was announced, the paper says.The Sun pictures the Duke of Cambridge sitting alongside cancer campaigner Deborah James in her parents' sunny garden in Surrey. Prince William presented the mum, who is having end-of-life care, with her Damehood - just a day after it was announced, the paper says.
Insights into the marriage of footballer Wayne Rooney and his wife, Coleen, from the so-called Wagatha Christie libel trial, make the Mirror's front page. The paper says she told the court that she did not know if her marriage would work out after her husband was arrested in 2017.Insights into the marriage of footballer Wayne Rooney and his wife, Coleen, from the so-called Wagatha Christie libel trial, make the Mirror's front page. The paper says she told the court that she did not know if her marriage would work out after her husband was arrested in 2017.
Next to a picture of a beaming Queen at the Royal Windsor Horse Show, the Times says the education secretary is urging Britain to be "very proud" of its private schools. Nadhim Zahawi is warning against "tilting the system" to ensure more pupils from state schools are admitted to Oxford and Cambridge universities, the paper says.Next to a picture of a beaming Queen at the Royal Windsor Horse Show, the Times says the education secretary is urging Britain to be "very proud" of its private schools. Nadhim Zahawi is warning against "tilting the system" to ensure more pupils from state schools are admitted to Oxford and Cambridge universities, the paper says.
In the Daily Mail, the prime minister makes a case that working from home doesn't work. In an interview with the paper, Boris Johnson says an awful lot of time is spent making coffee, eating cheese, then forgetting what it was you were doing.In the Daily Mail, the prime minister makes a case that working from home doesn't work. In an interview with the paper, Boris Johnson says an awful lot of time is spent making coffee, eating cheese, then forgetting what it was you were doing.
The golden era of cheap food is over, says the Guardian. The scale of the the cost of living crisis is revealed as two in five people cut back on groceries, the paper says.The golden era of cheap food is over, says the Guardian. The scale of the the cost of living crisis is revealed as two in five people cut back on groceries, the paper says.
The Daily Express also focuses on what it calls the cost-of-living squeeze. It writes that Boris Johnson is scrapping plans to ban cheap deals on unhealthy foods in a move to help struggling families.The Daily Express also focuses on what it calls the cost-of-living squeeze. It writes that Boris Johnson is scrapping plans to ban cheap deals on unhealthy foods in a move to help struggling families.
'Musk puts $44bn Twitter deal on hold over spam bot numbers' is the lead headline in the Financial Times. The move - made in a tweet - by Tesla chief executive Elon Musk sent stocks plunging and there is now a $1bn break fee at stake, the paper says.'Musk puts $44bn Twitter deal on hold over spam bot numbers' is the lead headline in the Financial Times. The move - made in a tweet - by Tesla chief executive Elon Musk sent stocks plunging and there is now a $1bn break fee at stake, the paper says.
The i has news of a new breast cancer drug which it says could save thousands of women. It writes that treatment costs 10p per dose and has halved cases of breast cancer among post-menopausal woman at higher risk of the disease.The i has news of a new breast cancer drug which it says could save thousands of women. It writes that treatment costs 10p per dose and has halved cases of breast cancer among post-menopausal woman at higher risk of the disease.
And the Daily Star reports that Neil Parish - the Conservative MP who resigned after he admitted watching pornography in Parliament - is to stand for re-election.And the Daily Star reports that Neil Parish - the Conservative MP who resigned after he admitted watching pornography in Parliament - is to stand for re-election.
In an interview with the Daily Mail, Boris Johnson declares that working from home doesn't work and argues that full offices will lift productivity and revive town centres.
Speaking about his own experience, he says: "You spend an awful lot of time making another cup of coffee then getting up, walking very slowly to the fridge, hacking off a small piece of cheese, then walking very slowly back to your laptop - and then forgetting what it was you were doing."
Mr Johnson argues staff are more productive, energetic, and full of ideas when surrounded by their colleagues.
Jacob Rees-Mogg suspects civil servants have been staying at home on sunny days, the Telegraph says
Jacob Rees-Mogg tells the Daily Telegraph he suspects civil servants working from home are only putting in a three-day week, in what the paper describes as a government "war with Whitehall mandarins".
The cabinet minister in charge of efficiency says he'll be looking at weather reports to find out whether officials are staying at home on the sunniest days. In what the paper calls a "further swipe at Whitehall", he backs the prime minister's call to cut 91,000 civil service jobs.
The Telegraph understands that posts created for Test and Trace and the Covid taskforce will be among the first to go.
Praise for Eton College from the education secretary
The Times leads with an interview with the education secretary, Nadhim Zahawi, who says Britain should be proud of its private schools - and not "tilt the system" to ensure more state school pupils are admitted to Oxford and Cambridge.
Mr Zahawi praises schools such as Eton and Westminster for the support they offer the state sector - and he urges them to do more. Mr Zahawi tells the paper the government needs to increase the quality of state schools to reduce the "attainment gap" with the private sector.
The decision to delay the ban on cheap deals on unhealthy foods makes the front page of the Daily Express. It says there are fears among Conservative MPs the move would add to the costs faced by struggling families.
The paper quotes Conservative MP Esther McVey as calling the postponement a "victory for common sense". But it also notes "an outcry" from many health campaigners - including the chef Jamie Oliver - who says it's a wasted opportunity that threatens to erode the government's obesity strategy.
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On a similar theme, the Guardian carries a warning from a former Sainsbury's boss that the UK's "golden era" of cheap food is over. Justin King tells the paper shoppers face "hard choices" and will have to "rethink priorities" in family budgets - as the financial shock caused by the war in Ukraine pushes up prices on supermarket shelves.
A new use for a cheap cancer drug could save the lives of thousands of women, according to the i. It says Anastrozole, which costs 10p a dose and is used to treat advanced breast cancer, has now been shown to halve cases of breast cancer among post-menopausal women. It says the NHS is now planning a wider roll-out of the drug for use in disease prevention among high risk groups.
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