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Sunday Telegraph front page
The race to become the next prime minister leads most of the papers. Sajid Javid and Jeremy Hunt have both put themselves forward as contenders, the Sunday Telegraph reveals. They have both pledged to cancel Rishi Sunak’s planned rise in corporation tax and instead reduce the proposed rate to 15%, the paper notes. It also says Mr Javid would scrap the controversial National Insurance hike which was introduced during his time as health secretary.
Observer front page
Senior Tories have accused Boris Johnson of trying to “wreck” Mr Sunak’s bid to replace him, the Observer reports. As the leadership race continues, one party member has accused the PM of putting unsuitable MPs in middle and junior posts to try and cause “maximum problems for his successor”, the paper notes.
Sunday Times front page
“Tories tear themselves apart over tax” declares the Sunday Times, as it reports Tory grandees have called for an end to the toxic briefing against Mr Sunak, who has been tipped as the front runner in the election race. The paper, which says tax is becoming the most divisive issue in the contest, reports that two former party leaders and a former chancellor have called for a ceasefire after allies of the PM accused Mr Sunak of treachery.
Daily Mail front page
Foreign Secretary Liz Truss is expected to launch her leadership bid in the next few days, the Mail on Sunday reports. She will promise to reverse Mr Sunak’s National Insurance hike and claim to be the only candidate who can emulate Mr Johnson’s election winning skills and Conservative principles, the paper says.
Daily Express front page
“New battle to save Brexit” is the Sunday Express’s headline. Brexit opportunities minister Jacob Rees-Mogg has warned the Conservative Party that the people who betrayed Boris Johnson will “now seek to neuter Brexit”, the paper says.
Sunday Mirror front page
Sir Keir Starmer has called for a general election, the Sunday Mirror says. Writing in the paper, the Labour leader says: “Changing the person at the top isn’t going to clean out the rotten culture from throughout their party.” He has accused Mr Johnson of “squatting in Downing Street” while his colleagues jostle to replace him as prime minister, the paper notes.
Daily Star front page
Meanwhile, the Daily Express leads with Dave Davies claiming how an alien force froze his groin. The Kinks star says: “They had command of my senses.”

Time for a look at the papers, which devote many pages to the Conservative leadership hopefuls. And their tax plans dominate. 

The Sunday Telegraph leads with pledges from the former health secretaries, Sajid Javid and Jeremy Hunt to drop a planned rise in corporation tax. 

It describes Mr Javid’s aim to also scrap the increase in National Insurance as a “bombshell.” 

According to the Mail on Sunday the Foreign Secretary, Liz Truss, who’s expected to launch her campaign this week, will – in its words – “spike” Rishi Sunak’s “tax hike”

The Mail says she will stand on a “True Blue Ticket.” 

But there’s a warning in the Sunday Times from some Tory grandees that the attacks on the tax plans of the former Chancellor, Rishi Sunak, are “toxic” and risk “ripping” the party apart

Rishi Sunak

The Observer suggests that senior Tories have accused Boris Johnson of trying to “torpedo” Mr Sunak’s bid for the premiership.

The Telegraph describes the prime minister as “battered” and says that he’s considering leaving politics. The paper suggests that he’s deciding whether to stand down at the next election. 

The Sun says Boris Johnson’s being lined up to become a special envoy to Ukraine. A source says this would allow him “an early and dignified exit from the ‘political tinderbox'”.

Writing in the Sunday Mirror, the Labour leader, Sir Keir Starmer, insists that a fourth new Conservative Prime Minister in six years would be a recipe for more high taxes and low growth. He claims the UK has a “zombie government” and needs a general election now.

The Times reports on plans to bring in bus fares in England this Octoberthat will cost no more than £2. The scheme would subsidise single journeys of up to eighty miles for just six months. Some bus operators have raised concerns about what would happen when the planned cap is lifted.

And the Telegraph says that Savile Row – the street which has long been synonymous with bespoke suits – is trying to “tailor to younger generations.” 

From next week, the paper explains, one store, is going to offer custom tracksuits. The paper asks about the wisdom of the move, suggesting there’s a reason that everyone from Winston Churchill and Cary Grant and just about every British royal male has frequented the street… and it isn’t “because it’s where to find a nice hoodie”.

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