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Friday's national newspaper front pages

Sky News takes a look at the stories making headlines on the front of Friday's national papers.

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Daily Mirror

The government has "at last bowed to Labour demands for a package to help people in the cost of living crisis", the Daily Mirror says.

Daily Mail

The Daily Mail asks when the Tories will get back to "just cutting tax".

The Daily Telegraph

The Daily Telegraph leads with Rishi Sunak's claims that his party's handouts are more generous than those offered by Labour.

The Guardian

The Guardian leads with the chancellor's £15bn support package after his windfall tax u-turn.

The Sun

The Sun has a story about footballer Andy Carroll.

i

The cut in energy bills is on the front of the i.

Metro

Rishi to the rescue at last - that's the headline on the front of the Metro after the chancellor promised there would be more help for people during the cost of living crisis.

Financial Times

The Financial Times leads with the anger from North Sea oil and gas operators following the chancellor's announcement of a windfall tax on the sector.

Welcome to our round-up of the front pages for Friday 27 May 2022

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Reviewing Friday's papers are columnist Carole Malone and the Liverpool Echo's political editor Liam Thorp.

The Times

Chancellor Rishi Sunak will announce plans to give every household in Britain "hundreds of pounds off their energy bills to help with the cost-of-living crisis", The Times reports.