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What the newspapers say – October 12th

Wednesday’s papers are led by a Bank of England warning of intervention in Britain’s debt markets.

The times, financial times and The Daily Telegraph The bank will reportedly end its emergency debt-buying program on Friday, with pension funds being told to balance their books by then.

In the meantime, The guard and I as the government imposes a revenue cap on renewable energy companies.

pleasemynews says No. 10 is also considering reversing tax cuts outlined in Chancellor Kwasi Kwarteng’s mini-budget.

Elsewhere, the Daily express leads with King Charles ordering a “slimmed-down coronation” to reflect the nation’s cost of living crisis amid the Daily Mail calls for the May bank holiday to be postponed to mark the May 6 coronation.

The sun The prime suspect in the Madeleine McCann case was reportedly charged with sexually assaulting a girl days before Maddie disappeared.

James Bulger’s mother has asked Prime Minister Liz Truss to block her son’s killer’s attempt to free her daily mirror.

metro carries the latest from the trial of “baby killer suspect” Lucy Letby.

And the Daily Star says an online scammer has cheated a woman out of £27,000 by pretending to be an astronaut stranded in space.

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