Newspaper front pages for the 11th of October, 2021



The Daily Express quotes Heinz chief executive Miguel Patricio’s warning of higher food prices that are here to stay.

The Times leads with the Treasury’s accusation that the business secretary is “making things up” after he said he was in talks with the chancellor about helping businesses struggling with high energy prices.

Some areas of the country are served by half as many GPs as others in what the Daily Mail describes as a postcode lottery.
The Guardian has an exclusive on NHS staff facing a “growing tide of abuse” – including assaults – from patients frustrated by long waits for care.
The Daily Telegraph splashes on the Treasury’s accusation that the business secretary is making misleading statements about plans to offer an energy bailout for struggling factories.
A Treasury official has accused the business secretary of lying when he said he was in talks with the Treasury about emergency packages to help struggling energy firms, according to Metro.
The Financial Times reports that metals tycoon Sanjeev Gupta has agreed a financial restructuring of his Australian steelworks and will inject £50m into his UK plants.

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