What the papers say – January 2

The consequences of the NHS crisis dominates the papers at the start of the working week.

The Times, Daily Express and Daily Mirror all lead with a senior medic’s warning that A&E delays are “killing up to 500 patients every week”.

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Staying with the NHS, The Guardian reports health unions have condemned Government plans to offer health staff a pay raise of just 2%.

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The i says a majority of Tory voters believe the Government is at fault for the problems plaguing the service.

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Elsewhere, the Daily Mail leads with NHS delays, a record number of Channel crossings and ongoing strike action amounting to a “triple new year headache” for Prime Minister Rishi Sunak.

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The PM has postponed childcare reform plans aimed at helping parents get back to work, according to The Daily Telegraph.

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The Independent carries an interview with Max Hill, chief of the Crown Prosecution Service, who says crime victims are being failed by the nation’s “overloaded” criminal justice system.

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The Sun reports the Duke of Sussex has complained about playing second fiddle to the Prince of Wales in his upcoming book.

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And the Daily Star says a new study has revealed thousands of new trees are dying because of shoddy council planting.

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