What the papers say – August 10

A wide variety of stories feature on the front pages across Britain.

Prime Minister Rishi Sunak features on the front of Britain’s newspapers on Thursday, alongside the Met police chief who wants to sack “rogues”.

The Daily Telegraph and the Daily Express report Mr Sunak is facing calls from up to a third of his Cabinet to put leaving the European Convention on Human Rights at the heart of the Tory election campaign.

The Independent says Mr Sunak must not let his party become “even nastier” after he backed his deputy chair who swore when referencing migrants who do not want to live on the barge.

The Times features a story from the Metropolitan Police Commissioner who wants reform to be able to sack “hundreds of officers” who are unfit to serve.

BBC comedian Hardeep Singh Kohli has been granted bail after he was arrested and charged with sex offences, according to the Metro.

The Daily Mail asks the question: “Have we finally turned the corner on mortgage misery?”

The i says there are new talks on a tented camp in Essex to house migrants.

Chinese tech giants are in the race to buy £5 billion worth of Nvida chips in order to build AI systems, the Financial Times reports.

The cost-of-living crisis is meaning more student’s are choosing to live at home, according to The Guardian.

The Daily Mirror says ITV is facing more bullying claims with boss Dame McCall told a large number of staff have made new allegations.

And the Daily Star leads with a story on people taking naps and gardening while working from home.

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