Sky News takes a look at the stories making headlines in Saturday’s national newspapers.
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Rishi Sunak has been warned of a mass exodus of Tory MPs ahead of the next general election, reports i weekend.
Those who won traditional Labour seats in 2019 are walking out as the country grapples with the ongoing economic crisis.
It’s a hat-trick of “Yawn in the USA” headlines after England’s World Cup bore draw on Friday, as The Sun joins the Daily Star and Daily Mirror.
But the paper does at least point out that England are still on course to qualify for the knock-out round ahead of next week’s final group game against Wales.
Police should stop “virtue-signalling” on social media, one of the country’s most senior officers has told The Times.
Greater Manchester Police’s chief constable, Stephen Watson, says officers must avoid online “fluff and nonsense” and concentrate on catching criminals.
Severely disabled care home residents are being evicted due to a dispute between a major charity and several local authorities, The Guardian says.
Leonard Cheshire is evicting people with complex disabilities because council funders have “refused to meet fee increases” to match the rising cost of wages, energy, and food.
The Princess of Wales has told The Daily Telegraph that “not enough is being done” to nurture Britain’s youngest children.
Writing in the paper, Kate says she would use her role to “shine a light” on the importance of building a “safe and loving world around a child”.
The cost of living crisis is forcing parents to raid their retirement funds to help their children, according to the Daily Express.
One in 12 parents are dipping into their savings to support loved ones, and one in seven are having to do so for themselves.
“Yawn in the USA” gets another headline run-out as the Daily Star echoes the Daily Mirror in its assessment of England’s second World Cup match.
The newspaper was underwhelmed by the “soccerball showdown”, which ended in a 0-0 draw that seemed to have some players’ partners struggling to stay awake.
Next week’s World Cup match between England and Wales has become a “crunch clash” after the home nations’ disappointing results on Friday, reports the Daily Mail.
With England held by the USA and Wales beaten by Iran, both sides will want to bounce back in Tuesday’s “Battle of Britain”.
England’s fans were left pretty underwhelmed by their side’s goalless draw with the USA in their second World Cup match – and so too were the players’ partners, says the Daily Mirror.
The paper’s front page features the rather sleepy looking girlfriends of Aaron Ramsdale and Jack Grealish, and wife of Kyle Walker.
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