Charity Oxfam is under fire for what the Daily Mail describes as a bizarre ‘inclusive’ language guide given to staff.
The Daily Mirror welcomes news of the pay deal between health unions and the government, but says it is now time for other key workers to be offered a deal too.
The Sun leads with hope that strikes by health workers could be coming to an end after progress in pay talks.
More than a million NHS staff will get a pay rise and cash bonus under a pay deal offered by the government, The Times reports.
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The Tories’ back-to-work drive is under threat, The Daily Telegraph reports, as Labour prepares for a “tax raid on up to two million pension pots”.
The Daily Express says the pay deal between government and health unions is a victory for common sense and patients.
Half of Generation Z have at least one nap a day, the Daily Star says.
Nurses, paramedics and other NHS staff have put strikes on hold while they consider the government’s pay offer, the i reports.
The Guardian reports on a review due to be published next week which will criticise the country’s largest police force for its racism, sexism and homophobia.
Nurses and paramedics have been urged to vote for a pay offer agreed by health unions and government – that’s on the front of the Metro.
The Financial Times leads with struggling banks on both sides of the Atlantic racing to reassure clients and regulators that they can weather a flight of deposits.