Newspapers across the country are motivated by concerns about the potential impact of rising gas prices on UK energy supplies.
The observer carries the comments of Business Secretary Kwasi Kwarteng, who urged Britons not to panic amid fears that soaring gas prices could plunge the country into an energy crisis.
The independent reports that supermarkets are bracing for a shortage of frozen foods amid dwindling carbon dioxide stores.
The Sunday express said the prime minister would use his trip to the United States to “level the world” as the row with France over a new military pact continues to escalate.
The Sunday Telegraph carries the comments of Foreign Secretary Liz Truss defending the UK’s new alliance with the US and Australia.
Mr Johnson “panics” that there will be a shortage of food and toys this Christmas and has tasked Michael Gove – newly appointed head of the leveling, housing and communities department – to prevent a potential “party fiasco”, according to Sunday people.
Sunday Times reports that House of Commons Speaker Sir Lindsay Hoyle has made an “unprecedented intervention” in the safety of politicians after an MP was forced to withdraw from the upcoming Labor Party conference over threats that ‘she received online.
The Sunday mirror says rugby league legend Rob Burrow is about to take a new “miracle” drug to help him in his battle with motor neuron disease.
And the Star of the day on Sunday carries an interview with comedian Ricky Gervais, who says “snowflakes” should avoid his new show.
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