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The headline in the i reads: "UK population set to overtake France for first time on record"
The figures mean Britain is set to overtake France to become Europe’s second-most populous country for the first time ever, according to the i. The paper quotes one economist saying issues like housing shortages mean a “rising population is a problem”, but adding that it is “not as big a problem as a falling population”.
The headline in the Express reads: "Rishi: I get it! You want migration down"
The Daily Express carries a pledge from Prime Minister Rishi Sunak addressed directly to its readers. “We must and will cut the number of people moving to the UK,” it reads.
The headline in the Metro reads: "Unis told: Get out of migration business"
Immigration minister Robert Jenrick has criticised universities for the number of places being offered to foreign students, according to the Metro. The paper reports that almost 40% of non-EU nationals who arrived in the UK last year were students. Speaking in the House of Commons on Thursday, Mr Jenrick said it “isn’t right that universities in some cases are in the immigration business rather than the teaching and education one”.
The headline in the Guardian reads: "Revealed: Braverman plan to deport 3,000 asylum seekers each month"
The Guardian reports that leaked documents show the government has drawn up plans to deport more than 3,000 asylum seekers every month from January under the provisions of the Illegal Migration Bill, which is currently making its way through parliament. The paper calls the document the “first detailed glimpse of the scale of the task facing Whitehall if it is to implement” the bill.
The headline in the Telegraph reads: "Mortgage rates shoot up amid bond chaos"
Figures published this week showing inflation remains high have thrown bond markets “into chaos” and pushed Britain’s borrowing costs to the highest in the G7 for the first time since the 2007 crash, according to the Daily Telegraph. The paper says Nationwide, Lloyds, Virgin Money and Halifax all increased their mortgage rates in response, and quotes the chief investment officer of Legal & General – the country’s largest asset manager – saying the company is not currently making long-term investments in the UK debt market because of a “lack of a clearer [economic] narrative”.
The headline in the Financial Times reads: "Ministers look at reshaping pensions lifeboat fund to give boost to business"
The Financial Times says ministers are considering a “sweeping reform” to the government-backed Pension Protection Fund – a ยฃ39bn pot that provides a safety net for pension schemes when an employer fails – that would turn it into a vehicle for tens of billions of pounds worth of investment in UK businesses. The paper says that, under the plans, the fund’s remit would be widened to allow it to take on struggling pension plans that have not yet failed, and that the additional funds could be invested in start-ups and fast-growing businesses.
The headline in the Times reads: "Bonus for GPs if patients take part in clinical trials"
GPs are to be offered financial incentives to recruit patients for medical trials as part of a ยฃ650m package intended to lure pharmaceutical giants to Britain, according to the Times. The paper says it comes after a fall in clinical testing as the NHS struggles with Covid backlogs, and that the country’s ยฃ94bn life sciences industry is seen by the government as an “engine for growth in a sluggish economy”.
The headline in the Mail reads: "Will anyone stop these eco-clowns?"
The Mail carries pictures of two protests carried out on Thursday. At the Chelsea Flower Show, environmental protesters from campaign group Just Stop Oil threw orange powder over one of the gardens, while on the King’s Sandringham estate a group of animal rights activists took three lambs. The paper’s headline asks, “Will anyone stop these eco-clowns?”, while veteran Tory MP Peter Bone is quoted saying parliament may have to bring in stronger punishments to discourage such protests.
The headline in the Star: "Invasion of the monster jellyfish"
And the Star says that “swarms of giant jellyfish are heading our way” because of rising ocean temperatures, adding that the news comes “just in time to ruin the half-term hols”.

A number of Friday’s papers lead with new figures showing that net migration to the UK stood at 606,000 and hit a record high in 2022.

In its headline, the Daily Mirror says the government’s approach to immigration can be summarised as “no control, no compassion”. It quotes one opposition MP who says ministers have created a “climate of intolerance amid utter incompetence”. The Daily Express says the prime minister has sent an unequivocal message to its readers that his government “must and will” cut the number of people moving to UK.

The Guardian reports that leaked documents show the government has drawn up plans to deport more than 3,000 asylum seekers every month from January under the provisions of the Illegal Migration Bill, which is currently making its way through parliament. The paper says ministers could face “crippling legal action” if they pursue the plans and calls the document the “first detailed glimpse of the scale of the task facing Whitehall if it is to implement” the bill. 

A call to cut the number of foreign students being offered places at UK universities is the focus for the Metro. The paper quotes immigration minister Robert Jenrick, who speaking in the House of Commons on Thursday said it “isn’t right that universities in some cases are in the immigration business rather than the teaching and education one”. 

An aerial view shows the Eiffel tower, the Seine River, and the Paris skyline, France
The population of the UK is expected to overtake that of France for the first time ever

The i says the migration figures mean that the UK population is on course to overtake that of France for the first time. And the Daily Telegraph cartoonist Matt has drawn two people in the Home Office saying: “We have a plan to slow down immigration. We’re going to ask Border Staff to go on strike again.”

The Dpaper also reports that data published this week showing inflation remains high has thrown bond markets “into chaos” and pushed Britain’s borrowing costs to the highest in the G7 for the first time since the 2007 crash. The paper says Nationwide, Lloyds, Virgin Money and Halifax all increased their mortgage rates in response, and quotes the chief investment officer of Legal & General – the country’s largest asset manager – saying the company is not currently making long-term investments in the UK debt market because of a “lack of a clearer [economic] narrative”.

Protesters from campaign group Just Stop Oil throw orange powder over one of the gardens at the Chelsea Flower Show
Protesters from campaign group Just Stop Oil threw orange powder over one of the gardens at the Chelsea Flower Show on Thursday

GPs are to be offered financial incentives to recruit patients for medical trials as part of a ยฃ650m package intended to lure pharmaceutical giants to Britain, according to the Times. The paper says it comes after a fall in clinical testing as the NHS struggles with Covid backlogs, and that the country’s ยฃ94bn life sciences industry is seen by the government as an “engine for growth in a sluggish economy”.

And the Mail carries pictures of two protests carried out on Thursday. At the Chelsea Flower Show, environmental protesters from campaign group Just Stop Oil threw orange powder over one of the gardens, while on the King’s Sandringham estate a group of animal rights activists took three lambs. The paper’s headline asks: “Will anyone stop these eco-clowns?”, while veteran Tory MP Peter Bone is quoted saying parliament may have to bring in stronger punishments to discourage such protests.

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