What the newspapers say – March 29

Newspaper front pages on Wednesday cover all things NHS, a war hero at risk of deportation and Gary Lineker’s victory against HMRC.

Meter leads with an NHS review which revealed that staff were subjected to intimidation by bosses who ran the Birmingham University Hospitals NHS trust “like the mob”.

The Guardian issued an apology for the role the newspaper founder played in transatlantic slavery, announcing an investment in a 10-year restorative justice program.

the independent leads his campaign against the deportation of an “Afghan war hero” to Rwanda with Prime Minister Rishi Sunak ordering the Interior Ministry to investigate the case.

He financial times reports on Chancellor Jeremy Hunt pumping more money into the NHS to fund a new pay deal, while a teachers’ union found the latest government offer “insulting” as their dispute escalates.

A ban on new petrol and diesel cars being made by 2030 has been “thrown into chaos” with EU politicians and pundits in Brussels easing their own restrictions after German carmakers opposed the change, reports The Telegraph.

He Yo leads Gary Lineker’s appeal against HMRC with a judge ruling he did not avoid paying tax with the BBC presenter believing he paid more than required and facing costly legal costs.

He daily mail reports that migrants entering Britain via the Channel will be housed in former military bases, shops and barges rather than hotels, costing taxpayers £6m a day.

He daily express leads with a report showing loss of faith in the NHS due to long waiting times and understaffing.

He daily star says the Institute of Physics has urged the document not to refer to scientists as “nerds.”

And the daily mirror opens with actor Sir David Jason’s wife describing how she welcomed the star’s newfound daughter into their family.


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