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Guardian front page
The cost of living crisis and spiralling energy costs continue to lead the front pages. The Guardian carries an intervention from Gordon Brown, who has written in the paper to argue energy firms that cannot offer lower bills should be temporarily brought into public ownership. The paper says the former prime minister has issued a “stark challenge” to the government and warned that time is “slipping away” with major decisions “needed within days”.
Metro front page
For the second day the Metro leads with warnings from consumer expert Martin Lewis, who has described the crisis as being as bad as the Covid-19 pandemic in economic terms. Mr Lewis again called on the government to take immediate action, comparing their response to soaring prices to March 2020 – in that it was like “watching pictures from Europe of people dying in overcrowded hospitals while we allow people to still go to sporting events”.
Daily Star front page
The Daily Star also leads with Mr Lewis’ warnings, describing his comments as calling on “deadbeat politicians to get off their backsides and do something”. Its striking front page features Boris Johnson, Rishi Sunak and Liz Truss as zombies, reflecting comments from Mr Lewis describing the end of the Johnson premiership.
the i front page
Energy companies will be told by ministers to “increase investment or face higher taxes”, reports the i. The paper says Chancellor Nadhim Zahawi will “demand action” on renewable energy and North Sea gas as part of “planning for the new prime minister”, adding that a new windfall tax on soaring profits for energy giants is also being considered.
Daily Telegraph front page
There is an “unprecedented” risk of wildfires in much of England which has led to the Met Office issuing an ‘exceptional’ red warning for this weekend, the Daily Telegraph says. The paper reports fire services warned the government on Wednesday that “destructive blazes were likely to spread into residential areas”, driven by tinderbox dry conditions and the strong easterly winds forecast.
Daily Mail front page
Meanwhile, most burglary victims are being let down by police forces according to a “damning report” from a watchdog, the Daily Mail says. The report concludes that officers are “missing opportunities” to catch criminals, while the paper also notes the latest Home Office data reveals that just 3.7% of burglaries, 4.2% of thefts and 6.6% of robberies lead to a suspect being charged.
Times front page.
The report describes the response of the police to these crimes as “dire” with officers not “doing the basics” of investigation, victim support and crime prevention, according to the Times. Officers are failing to carry out tasks like gathering CCTV evidence, conducting house-to-house enquiries, or keeping victims informed – with too many investigations ending without a suspect identified, the paper reports.
Daily Express front page
The Daily Express reports on warnings from pharmacists that there is a shortage of key medicines which is “putting lives at risk”. Many people are having to visit multiple pharmacies to fill their medical prescriptions or go back to their GP to be given alternative drugs due to supply chain problems, the paper says.
Daily Mirror front page
The Daily Mirror leads with day three of Ryan Giggs’assault trial, reporting his ex-girlfriend Kate Greville has told a court he treated her like a “slave to his every need”. Mr Giggs, who has been charged with assault and coercive control, is yet to present his defence and denies all the allegations.

The Daily Telegraph leads on a warning that wildfires threaten to sweep across parts of the country this weekend in what it calls an “unprecedented” risk to homes and the countryside. 

The paper says fire chiefs have held an emergency meeting with government officials in which they said that destructive blazes, fuelled by dry conditions and strong easterly winds, were likely to spread to residential areas. 

The front pages of the Times and the Daily Mail focus on the damning report by the police watchdog that says victims of burglary, robbery and theft are being “routinely failed” by the police. 

Energy firms are being threatened with a new windfall tax, according to the i and the Financial Times

Both papers say electricity providers are coming under pressure to invest their “extraordinary profits” in greener renewable energy rather than pay dividends to shareholders. The Financial Times quotes one unnamed industry figure as saying “the government is in a complete tailspin” and “there is a degree of panic and everything is on the table”. 

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