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The papers report that Philip Hammond has declared that public-sector workers are “overpaid”, as a bitter cabinet war erupted over austerity.

Elsewhere, the home secretary today warns acid attackers they face life behind bars, saying their victims must not be the only ones who serve “life sentences” with their injuries.

Some of the sickest patients that hospitals treat are dying unnecessarily because they receive poor care, blighted by shortages of staff and equipment, a new NHS inquiry has revealed, says The Observer.

The Sunday Times

CHANCELLOR SAYS PUBLIC SECTOR IS ‘OVERPAID’

Philip Hammond has declared that public-sector workers are “overpaid”, as a bitter cabinet war erupted over austerity.

SCHOOLS CHIEF WARNS ABOUT IMPACT OF NEW GCSES

Schools facing tougher GCSE exams, taken for the first time this summer by about 700,000 pupils, are threatening children’s chances of getting a “broad and balanced education”, the chief inspector of schools warns today.

‘LIFE SENTENCE’ FOR ACID ATTACKERS

The home secretary today warns acid attackers they face life behind bars, saying their victims must not be the only ones who serve “life sentences” with their injuries.The Observer

FORMER CIVIL SERVICE HEAD WARNS MAY OF BREXIT DISASTER

Top former civil servants warn Theresa May today that squabbling cabinet ministers, unrealistic expectations and an overburdened administration risk derailing her hopes of a smooth Brexit.

REVEALED: SCALE OF ‘UNNECESSARY’ NHS DEATHS

Some of the sickest patients that hospitals treat are dying unnecessarily because they receive poor care, blighted by shortages of staff and equipment, a new NHS inquiry has revealed.

MAIZE, RICE, WHEAT: ALARM AT RISING CLIMATE RISK TO CROPS

Governments may be seriously underestimating the risks of crop disasters occurring in major farming regions around the world, a study by British researchers has found.

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The Sun

TV DANNY MARRIAGE SPLIT

Danny Dyer has split from wife Joanne after rows about his lifestyle – and moved into a flat.

IT’S BABY BLISS FOR BECKS SIS

David Beckham’s sister Joanne is expecting her first child with ex-Big Brother star Kris Donnelly.

TRUMP COWER

Brazen Donald Trump urged the PM to “fix it” for him to get a warm welcome in Britain.The Sunday Telegraph

BBC BRACED FOR GENDER PAY ROW

The BBC will this week publish the salaries of its highest earners, which, according to insiders, will reveal a stark gender pay gap.

DAVIS ‘HAS 30 MPS BACKING HIM AS LEADER’

Thirty Tory MPs have said they would back David Davis if he ran for the leadership, allies of the Brexit Secretary have claimed to The Sunday Telegraph.

ACID ATTACKERS TO FACE UP TO FOUR YEARS’ JAIL

Thugs caught carrying acid with the intent of attacking someone should be jailed for up to four years, prosecutors will be told, amid a worrying rise in the number of attacks.The Sunday Mirror

FADI: MY SHAME FOR NOT SAVING GEORGE

George Michael’s tormented lover Fadi Fawaz has told of his “hell and shame” at not being able to save the pop icon.

RIO: MUMMY YOU WERE MY SHINING LIGHT

Ex-England football captain Rio Ferdinand has paid a heartbreaking tribute to the mum who helped him through his wife’s death.

SCHOOL IS TOO CRUEL

A quarter of teachers who qualified since 2011 have already left the crisis-hit profession.

Daily Mail

EXPOSED: FRENCH PLOT TO ‘WRECK’ BRITAIN

France has boasted to City of London chiefs that it will use Brexit to sabotage the British economy, according to a bombshell leaked memo.

MAY’S WAR ON NIMBYS AS SHE PLEDGES: WE’LL BUILD 300,000 HOMES

Theresa May is to declare war on ‘Nimbys’ with radical plans to build 300,000 homes a year – and risk a revolt from Tories in her wealthy Maidenhead constituency.

TEAM DD: GET PHIL ON BOARD AND DERAIL BOJO BANDWAGON

Details of a new David Davis plot to wreck Boris Johnson’s hopes of succeeding Theresa May in No 10 by ‘cashing in’ on his feud with Chancellor Philip Hammond were revealed last night.Sunday Express

SILENT VICTIM OF THE CHILD SNATCHERS

The parents of an autistic, mute teenager kept in a secure unit for six months following false abuse allegations have spoken out for the first time.

TAINTED BLOOD INQUIRY HAILED AS VICTORY FOR SUNDAY EXPRESS

A Hillsborough-style inquiry is being considered into the contaminated blood scandal highlighted by a Sunday Express crusade.

ONLINE PHARMACY ‘CONFUSION’

Britain’s biggest online pharmacy has been criticised for a marketing campaign that has left patients “confused” over their repeat prescriptions.

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