UK Newspapers Front Pages: 23 January 2023

UK Newspapers Front Pages: 23 January 2023

Press Preview: Monday’s papers

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The Times

The Times says more than 40 British universities have collaborated with institutions that have been linked to malign activities of the Chinese state.

The Daily Telegraph

Households will be paid to reduce their electricity use between 5 and 6pm today reports The Daily Telegraph.

Daily Express

Boris Johnson’s latest trip to war-torn Ukraine is the front page of Monday’s Daily Express.

Daily Mirror

The Daily Mirror claims the Tory party “still don’t get it” as Nadhim Zahawi, Rishi Sunak and Boris Johnson have been hit by further controversies over the last few days.

The Sun

The Sun claims Britain’s Got Talent judges Amanda Holden and Alesha Dixon are refusing to sign new contracts in a pay row over Bruno Tonioli.

i

Energy companies have hit back at a government ban on companies forcibly installing pre-payment meters, claiming without them unpaid debts will build up, the i reports.

Daily Star

 “Greedy food firms are being accused of cashing in on the cost of living crisis”, the Daily Star reports.

Daily Mail

The Daily Mail leads on a new report that claims Britons are more dependent on the State than ever before.

The Guardian

Projections from the Department for International Trade show the value of UK exports will not reach £1tn until 2023, according to The Guardian.

Metro

Metro leads on new “sleaze” claims for Boris Johnson amid calls for an investigation into suggestions a friend, said to have helped him secure a loan of up to £800,000 when he was prime minister, was handed a top BBC job.

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