Grim economic developments and the biggest transportation industrial action in a generation are splashed across national newspapers.
The Daily Telegraph and the DailyMirror report that the price of filling an average car has hit £100 in the biggest daily increase in 17 years.
The Guardian says the Prime Minister’s hopes for a ‘reset’ after his murderous confidence vote have received a ‘double whammy’ due to rising fuel prices and the latest forecast from the Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development.
The think tank’s forecast predicts that economic growth in the UK will ‘stop next year’ and be the worst in the G20 except for Russia, the UK. FinancialTimes reports.
The Daily Express has Boris Johnson set to deliver a speech in which he will unveil plans to slash bills ‘left, right and center in his most sweeping move yet’ to ease pressure on Britons.
The Prime Minister will also announce a policy allowing the lowest paid workers to use their housing allowances to buy houses, according to The temperature.
Subway accuses railway union boss Mick Lynch of having ‘no shame’ for his ‘non-apology’ during three days of strikes aimed at halting job and spending cuts.
The I reports that the strike could last six days – until June 26 – amid fears the supply of fresh food could be cut off.
“Dark” information covered by The Independent shows that Ukrainian forces are outgunned by 20 to one in artillery and 40 to one in ammunition by the invading Russians in the east of the country.
The Daily mail reports that a coalition of charities and a trade union have sought an injunction to stop the interior minister’s first migrant flight to Rwanda.
The sun says model Kelly Brook will marry her longtime partner this summer in Italy.
And the daily star reports that “anxious” archeology students have been warned they may come across old bodies.