Newspaper front pages for the 5th of October, 2021

The chancellor says stacking up the bills for future generations is immoral, the Daily Express reports.
The Daily Mirror reports on the chancellor’s refusal to block the £20-a-week universal credit cut

The Daily Star reports on the latest protest by Insulate Britain, saying that the activists refused to let an ambulance through.

Hospital managers who fail to clear NHS backlogs will be sacked under government plans for reform, according to The Times.

The Daily Mail leads with the prime minister’s call for office workers to return to their desks.

The Guardian leads with more on the Pandora Papers, which reveal alleged links between some Tory donors and corruption.
The Daily Telegraph reports cabinet ministers as saying that businesses have become “drunk on cheap labour”.

The founder of Extinction Rebellion has said activists from Insulate Britain should refuse to let ambulances through during their protests, according to Metro.
US crude prices have hit a seven-year high after OPEC and its allies refused to increase production – that’s on the front of the Financial Times.

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