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#AceDailyNews says here are today’s Newspaper Headlines: It is all about ‘ Truss Speech’ to ‘rally MPs’ amid claims of a ‘coup’ and split in the ‘ Party Not So Faithful ‘ as her speech consists of ‘ Just Three Words Growth, Growth & Oh Yes Growth ‘ But with Mortgage Interest Rates at over 6% and Rising to name but just two ‘ Next Week Back to Parliament ‘ and with just 29-days under her belt chaos rules Kindness & Love XX says 🙏🙏’s as it is ‘ Time for the Lady to Turn ‘ Amen

The headline in The Guardian reads: 'Tory turmoil amid claims of 'coup' to oust Truss'.
Many of Wednesday’s papers lead on suggestions of infighting within the Conservative Party around key policies announced in the government’s mini-budget. The Guardian reports that Liz Truss’ cabinet is in open warfare, with the home secretary accusing fellow Tory MPs of trying to stage a coup against the prime minister.
The headline in the i newspaper reads: 'Tory open warfare'
The i says it is “open warfare” in the Tory party, with infighting leaving the prime minister “in peril”. The paper says cabinet ministers are now challenging Ms Truss as the fallout from her growth plan continues. The PM will try to regain the initiative in a speech on Wednesday, telling the Tory Party conference “we need to do things differently”, the paper reports.
The headline in The Financial Times reads: 'Truss strives to rally MPs after Tories renew infighting over benefits threat'.
The FT focuses on Ms Truss’s bid to rally MPs behind her leadership at a party conference that has, in the paper’s view, descended into “acrimony, cabinet infighting and confusion”. The paper says the PM is struggling to get a grip on her party after days of political chaos.
The headline in the Metro reads: 'Can she fix it?'
The Metro says the Conservative Party is in “meltdown,” and its headline asks whether Liz Truss can “fix it.” The paper says the PM’s speech at the Tory conference is the most important of her career. With the size of those tonsils, lots of rackets will she make an amenity sound. 😂😂
The headline in the Daily Express reads 'PM: My changes will disrupt... but build better future'
The Daily Express describes the prime minister as “defiant” ahead of her speech. The PM will tell the party to stop infighting over tax and benefits policies, and instead focus on delivering for Britain, the paper says.
The headline in The Daily Telegraph reads: 'Disruption is the price of success, PM insists'.
Also leading on Ms Truss’s speech to Conservative members is the Daily Telegraph, which is reporting that the PM will warn of further disruption as she pushes forward with her plan for economic growth. After facing days of opposition to her tax-cutting agenda, the PM will launch an attack on what she will call the “anti-growth coalition”, as well as insisting that “whenever there is change, there is disruption”, the paper says.
The headline in The Times reads: Brace for more change, says Truss the disruptor'.
The Times is also reporting on the warning Liz Truss will give to the Tory party conference that the nation faces more disruption as the price of economic growth. The prime minister will try to unite her party against what she claims is an “anti-growth coalition” of Labour, the unions, and vested interests holding Britain back, the paper says. Swallowing flies😂😂
The headline in The Daily Star reads 'Kwasi: It's all the Queen's fault'
The Daily Star also leads with the continuing fallout and reaction to the government’s mini-budget, focusing on the chancellor’s comments about how the pressure of the Queen’s death and funeral led to mistakes. Shame on Chancellor that poor Queen Elizabeth Passed away. Appalling statement. He should be kicked out of Parliament. In the old days, the King 👑 would he Kwasis head chopped off. 💯
The headline in The Daily Mail reads 'Official: Police to attend every burglary'.
Meanwhile, the Daily Mail carries an exclusive story on its front page in which it says police chiefs have agreed for the first time to send an officer to every burgled home. The “landmark deal”, signed by all 43 chief constables in England and Wales, comes a day after it emerged that an average of 774 burglaries go unsolved every day, the paper reports.
The headline in The Sun reads: 'Married BBC star's secret love child with stripper'.
The Sun reports on an alleged relationship between a BBC presenter and a stripper, in which it is claimed he has fathered her child.
The headline in the Daily Mirror reads 'Wagatha feud reignites'
And the Daily Mirror reports on the fallout of the Wagatha Christie trial – the defamation case brought by Rebekah Vardy against Coleen Rooney earlier this year. Mrs Vardy, who lost her case, has been hit with a bill of up to £1.5m to cover Mrs Rooney’s legal costs. The paper says Mrs Vardy is calling on Mrs Rooney to give the money to charity, with the headline ‘Wagatha feud reignites’.

The i describes the infighting within the Conservative Party as “Tory open warfare” and claims Liz Truss’s premiership has been left in “peril”. The paper argues the prime minister’s position is not safe after what it called an “extraordinary day” of disagreements yesterday. 

The Guardian says the cabinet is in “chaos” and that Ms. Truss is facing a critical ten days – a reference to comments made by former Transport Secretary Grant Shapps – who said the PM had a week-and-a-half to save her premiership. 

The turmoil also makes the front page of the Financial Times, which says the party’s conference in Birmingham has descended into acrimony and confusion. It reports that Ms Truss will strive to rally her MPs when she delivers her speech to conference later on Wednesday morning. 

The Metro describes that speech as the most important of her career. It had a photograph of Ms. Truss on a visit to a building site yesterday, with the headline “can she fix it?” – a question borrowed from the children’s cartoon character Bob the Builder. 

Liz Truss and Kwasi Kwarteng visit a construction site for a medical innovation campus
Liz Truss and Kwasi Kwarteng have faced criticism over some of their policies in the mini-budget

That picture also makes the front of The Times, which says the country needs to “brace for more change.” It carries the PM’s quotes that “not everyone will be in favor” of her plans but that “everyone will benefit.”  editor: Only in England do our new Heckle & Jeckle Leadership debacles.😂😂😂 Gain Momentum 😂

The Daily Express says Ms Truss has insisted her ideas will “build a better future”, while the Daily Telegraph says she has claimed that “disruption” is the price of success. The paper reports that Tory leaders are planning to enforce “brutal” party discipline when MPs return to parliament next week to shore up Ms Truss’s position.

Teachers, NHS staff, and firefighters face curbs on their rights to strike under plans being considered by the prime minister, according to The Times. It says a radical extension of laws is being looked at to ensure a minimum service is maintained. 

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