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The papers on Sunday are led by concerns over the direction of the Conservatives.
The Observer reports senior Tories have warned the party has an “enormous identity problem” as a result of partygate and U-turns on tax police.
— Helena Wilkinson (@BBCHelena) May 28, 2022
Meanwhile, the Sunday Express carries a staunch defence of Prime Minister Boris Johnson from Michael Gove, with the Housing Secretary telling the paper: “No one in Government has his energy, his determination, his vision.”
— Daily Express (@Daily_Express) May 28, 2022
The Sunday Telegraph leads with the Government vowing to hold to account petrol stations that are not passing on the fuel duty cut.
🗞 The front page of today's Sunday Telegraph:
'PM's war on rip-off petrol stations'
— The Telegraph (@Telegraph) May 28, 2022
Chancellor Rishi Sunak’s cost-of-living rescue package excludes “tens of thousands of Britain’s poorest families” due to the benefits cap, according to The Independent.
— The Independent (@Independent) May 29, 2022
And the Daily Star says bunting to celebrate the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee has been banned from lampposts by some local councils due to concerns over weight.