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Sky News takes a look at the stories making headlines on the front of Monday’s national newspapers.
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The Financial Times reports that Kwasi Kwarteng is facing a mounting Tory rebellion over his plan to scrap the 45p top rate of income tax, but will tell Conservative party members that he is “confident” his plan is “the right one”. 
Spice Girl Mel B has demanded action to tackle domestic abuse after recounting her own experiencing, reads the front page of The Sun. 
Liz Truss has been challenged by two former cabinet ministers over her plan to scrap the 45p rate of income tax, writes The Times. 
Chancellor Kwasi Kwarteng is due to say “we must stay the course” and stick to his plan to deliver economic growth on Monday, reports the Daily Express. 
According to the Daily Mirror, a senior Tory has warned that Liz Truss will be ousted as prime minister by Christmas unless she ditches her tax cuts for the wealthy. 
Liz Truss’s mini-budget has been heavily criticised by Michael Gove as having the “wrong values”, reads the front page of The Independent. 
Michael Gove has faced a backlash from fellow Tories after savaging the government’s mini-budget on the first day of the Conservative Party conference, writes the Daily Mail. 
The Guardian reports that Prime Minister Liz Truss is struggling to win over Conservative MPs to back her controversial mini-budget. 
Liz Truss is set to delay the 45p tax cut vote after Michael Gove joined a growing rebellion among Tory MPs at the Conservative Party conference, according to The Daily Telegraph. 
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