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The Independent

What the papers say – November 23

Lots of the mid-week papers react to extra looming strikes by the rail union.

Metro, the Each day Categorical and the Each day Mail accuse union boss Mick Lynch of attempting to break Christmas with the commercial motion.

Elsewhere, The Instances studies that the NHS is “selecting up the tab” of the web betting business, with a surge in suicidal playing addicts turning as much as A&E.

Menopausal ladies working within the NHS will be capable to work at home if their signs require it, The Each day Telegraph says.

The Guardian carries a warning from docs that poverty is forcing sick folks to maintain going to work.

The Unbiased splashes with the Christmas attraction it has launched to assist folks in the course of the cost-of-living disaster.

The Prime Minister has been compelled to again down over proposed amendments to the Levelling Up Invoice, the i studies.

The Monetary Instances writes that the founding father of the cryptocurrency trade FTX used it as his “private fiefdom” earlier than its implosion, a courtroom has heard.

The Solar has King Charles presenting its “Who Cares Wins” award to a “courageous physician”.

The Each day Star splashes with Argentina’s loss to Saudi Arabia on the World Cup.

And the Each day Mirror says Fifa have reportedly reminded Qatar they need to enable rainbow symbols to be worn on the World Cup after safety officers stepped in to take away them from followers.

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