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Friday's national newspaper front pages

Sky News takes a look at the stories making headlines on the front of Friday's national newspapers.

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Daily Mirror

A new Prince Charles £5 commemorative coin will "soon be worth about 50p" thanks to the prime minister's mini-budget, the Daily Mirror has light-heartedly reported.

Daily Mail

Liz Truss vowed to press ahead with her "controversial and difficult" economic plans despite warnings it could cost her the next election, the Daily Mail says. 

The Times

Liz Truss insisted yesterday that she had the "right plan" for Britain as a poll for The Times found the Tories have slumped to their lowest level of public support in 25 years.

The Sun

Fern Britton's ex-husband Phil Vickery has been pictured "smooching" with her best friend in "pictures that will devastate the star", The Sun reports.

Daily Express

The Queen died peacefully of "old age" with her children Charles and Anne by her bedside, the Daily Express writes.

The Guardian

Prime Minister Liz Truss will hold emergency talks with the head of Britain's independent fiscal watchdog after failing to dampen panic in financial markets, according to The Guardian.

The Daily Telegraph

Benefit payments are set to fall in real terms under the government's plans to reassure the City it will control spending, The Daily Telegraph reports.

Daily Star

AI robots could cause a disaster "as bad as a nuclear war", the Daily Star claims.

Metro

Labour has "roared into a 33-point lead over the Conservatives" a week after Prime Minister Liz Truss unleashed a tax-cutting budget that caused economic chaos, the Metro reports.