What the Newspapers Say – August 6 OCN News


Saturday’s articles feature more reactions to the prediction of a UK recession and the continued fallout between the US and China.

The I says the chancellor and prime minister are ‘missing as Britain slides into recession’ while The Independent reports of fears that the recession prediction is too “optimistic”.

The FT weekend driven to Liz Truss’ court for tax cuts instead of “handouts” in the Tory leadership race.

China’s decision to suspend talks with the United States on issues such as climate change following Nancy Pelosi’s visit to Taiwan is making headlines. The Guardian.

The temperature reports that only six in ten A&E patients will be seen within four hours this winter, while a cyberattack on the NHS dominates the headlines The Daily Telegraph.

Britain’s water woes make headlines DailyMirrorwhile the order to turn off Archie Battersbee’s life support system leads the Daily Express.

The Daily Mail leads a proposed crackdown on cyclists from Transportation Secretary Grant Shapps.

And the daily stars The front page features revelations that a scientist “cheated Twitter” with an image of chorizo ​​sausage instead of a photograph of a newly discovered planet.


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