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The headline in the Observer reads: "Unions to join forces for wave of strikes over cost of living"
A number of Sunday’s papers lead on the cost of living crisis again. The Observer says Britain is “facing a wave of coordinated industrial action” in protest over the issue. The paper reports that, ahead of the annual Trade Union Congress next month, the country’s biggest unions have tabled a series of motions that would task the TUC with ensuring walkouts are synchronised to maximise their impact and deliver inflation-related pay rises.
The headline in the Sunday Telegraph reads: "Truss mulls 'nuclear' option of 5% VAT cut"
The Sunday Telegraph reports that Liz Truss, currently favourite to succeed Boris Johnson as prime minister, is considering a “nuclear” VAT cut of 5%. The paper says the measure, modelled on Gordon Brown’s response to the 2008 financial crisis, would cost the government £38.4bn a year, but would save the average household more than £1,300 over the same period.
The headline in the Sunday Express reads: "Boris: Golden future ahead"
The outgoing prime minister has insisted Britain will not buckle under the energy crisis and has a “golden future ahead”, according to the Sunday Express. The paper reports Boris Johnson has said a “huge” package of support is on its way to help households with rising costs.
The headline in the Sunday Times reads: "Majority now expect delays in NHS treatment"
The Sunday Times leads with polling that has found 58% of people no longer believe the NHS will treat them quickly if they fall ill. The paper says Health Secretary Steve Barclay wants to recruit 20,000 nurses from Sri Lanka and India to help address the issue, and that he has spoken to the Home Office about reducing visa fees to help new arrivals.
The headline in the Daily Star reads: "Child killing accused stabbed in cells"
The man accused of stabbing to death nine-year-old Lilia Valutyte in Lincolnshire last month has been attacked in jail, the Star reports. The paper says Deividas Skebas, 22, suffered “deep slash wounds” in the incident and was “lucky to survive”.
The headline in the Sunday Mirror reads: "New £1m X Factor bullying claim"
The Sunday Mirror reports that Syco, the production company owned by Simon Cowell, is facing legal action after six former contestants on the X Factor claimed to have been bullied during their time on the show. One act described the experience as “horrific” and claims to have been “suffering for years”. There is no allegation that Mr Cowell was aware of or involved in the alleged behaviour.
The headline in the Sun on Sunday reads: "Bea plea: Give dad a job Charles"
And the Sun on Sunday reports that Prince Andrew’s “loyal” daughters, princesses Beatrice and Eugenie, have asked Prince Charles to allow their dad to return to royal duties.

A number of Sunday’s papers lead on the cost of living crisis again. 

The Observer says Britain is “facing a wave of coordinated industrial action” in protest over the issue. The Sunday Telegraph says Liz Truss could be planning to slash VAT by 5% to help lower household costs if she becomes prime minister.

The Sunday Times suggests the Conservative leadership frontrunner could go further by cutting income tax as well – following calls from her allies for an end to the current freeze on the personal allowance and higher rate thresholds. 

Writing in the Sunday Express, Ms Truss insists that keeping the nation safe will be her number one priority if she becomes prime minister. She says she’ll increase defence spending to 3% of GDP to help ensure the full renewal of Britain’s nuclear deterrent.

British Deputy Prime Minister Dominic Raab gets out of a car outside Downing Street
Deputy Prime Minister Dominic Raab has been criticised after being pictured playing a laser tag game while Boris Johnson was away in Ukraine

The Sun on Sunday says the deputy prime minister, Dominic Raab, has sparked further claims of a “zombie” government after he was seen playing war games at a laser tag centre when Boris Johnson was away in Ukraine. 

The paper’s leader warns that “no government can afford to be absent without leave during a national emergency” and blames what it calls the “absurdly drawn-out” Tory leadership contest for creating a “power vacuum” in Number Ten. 

The Observer argues that the silence of the Conservative government is “unforgivable”, while the Sunday Mirror says it’s “pretty shoddy” of Ms Truss to refuse to say how she’ll help millions of struggling households given that it’s likely she’ll be running the country in eight days.

Writing for the Daily Mail, the current occupant of Downing Street, Boris Johnson, delivers a valedictory address. The prime minister admits that energy costs will make the next few months “very tough”, but insists he’s “absolutely convinced that Britain’s bounceback will be golden”. 

The paper’s leader column says it is typical of Mr Johnson to take an optimistic view of the future, and argues the country should acknowledge the achievements of what it calls our “outgoing, proudly boosterish prime minister”.

Simon Cowell seen arriving for X Factor auditions
Syco, the production company owned by Simon Cowell, is facing legal action after six former X Factor contestants claimed to have been bullied while on the show

The head of the Environment Agency has warned that Britons need to be “less squeamish” about drinking recycled lavatory water, amid concern about future water supplies. 

Writing in the Sunday Times, Sir James Bevan says that reprocessing water from sewage treatment to make it drinkable must form part of conservation efforts – or the UK “will face the threat of shortages in as little as 20 years”. He describes the process as “perfectly safe and healthy” but acknowledges it’s “not something many people fancy”.

The Sunday Mirror reports that Syco, the production company owned by Simon Cowell, is facing legal action after six former contestants on the X Factor claimed to have been bullied during their time on the show. One says they and their fellow acts were “treated like pawns” before being “thrown into the world with very little aftercare”. 

There is no allegation that Mr Cowell was aware of or involved in the alleged behaviour. An X Factor spokesperson told the Mirror that the welfare of contestants “is our number one priority”.

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