What the papers say – June 23 - News Summed Up

What the papers say – June 23


Thursday’s newspapers cover mounting concerns from the picket lines about why workers must accept pay cuts. The Guardian reports talks to avert a second national rail strike “collapsed in rancour as the two sides traded insults in a bitter war of words” as millions of passengers faced another day of disruption. Guardian front page, Thursday 23 June 2022: Talks to end rail dispute break down in acrimony pic.twitter.com/1yZ890MJoa — Guardian news (@guardiannews) June 22, 2022Unions are continuing to pile pressure on rail bosses after rail workers in Liverpool were given a 7.1% pay rise by Merseyrail, The Times writes. Just published: front page of the Financial Times, UK edition, Thursday 23 June https://t.co/1dyM8QAqnk pic.twitter.com/WAzyHhOJVy — Financial Times (@FinancialTimes) June 22, 2022Teachers going on strike would be “unforgiveable”, Education Secretary Nadhim Zahawi tells The Daily Telegraph. 📰The front page of tomorrow's Daily Telegraph: 'Teacher strike would be unforgivable, says Zahawi'#TomorrowsPapersToday Sign up for the Front Page newsletterhttps://t.co/x8AV4Oomry pic.twitter.com/s1kT1pRMtx — The Telegraph (@Telegraph) June 22, 2022Elsewhere, Metro, the Daily Mail and the i report that polio has been found in Britain for first time in 40 years.


Source: The Times June 23, 2022 06:25 UTC



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