What the newspapers say – 23

Today’s newspapers focus on the rising cost of living and its consequences, as well as the food crisis related to the war in Ukraine.

The timesthat daily mirror and the Daily express report Energy Chief Michael Lewis predicts fuel poverty will hit 40% of households by October.

The rising cost of living is leading to an increase in shoplifting metro. But the I says aid to crisis is “on hold” as PM focuses on partygate fallout.

The Prime Minister’s allies have accused Partygate investigator Sue Gray of playing politics, they say Daily mail.

The Independent says Britain is “unprepared” for the food crisis sparked by the war in Ukraine The Daily Telegraph says genetically modified crops will help.

The mental health of children is therefore in crisis The guard which reports that 400,000 young people are treated monthly.

That financial times reports on investor concerns that the world is witnessing a globalization “doom” as world leaders prepare to meet in Davos for the World Economic Forum.

A pediatric nurse was arrested and is therefore accused of poisoning The sun.

And the Daily Star says the “anniversary heat wave” will begin this week.

https://www.independent.co.uk/news/uk/michael-lewis-daily-express-daily-mail-sue-gray-daily-mirror-b2084890.html What the newspapers say – 23

Bobby Allyn

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