The death of Tina Turner, job losses at Meta and increases in health insurance prices are the main headlines in today’s papers.
The Irish Times leads with the 490 jobs that are set to be cut at Meta, with the hike in health insurance also on the front page.
The Irish Examiner leads with a rise in the pension set to be announced in the next budget.
The Irish Independent leads with the DAA calling for a higher airport charges at Dublin airport.
The Echo leads with Cork business associate Kevin Herlihy calling Elverys move into the former Debenhams building a “vote of confidence”.
The Irish Daily Mail leads with the increase in health insurance prices, as Irish Life Health announcing an increase from July.
The Irish Daily Mirror leads with a picture of Tina Turner follwing her death after a long illness at the age of 83.
The Irish Daily Star leads with a photo of Patsy Hutch paying tribute to his late son Gary at his grave at Glasnevin cemetery.
Tributes to the late Tina Turner featured on most front pages in the UK on Thursday after the superstar died at the age of 83.
The Daily Mirror, The Sun and the Daily Star pay tribute to Turner, with all three mastheads labelling her “simply the best”.
Thursday’s front page: Simply the best#TomorrowsPapersTodayhttps://t.co/v1bJFNQVDZ pic.twitter.com/cork6xxbTX
— The Mirror (@DailyMirror) May 24, 2023
On tomorrow’s front page: Music legend Tina Turner has died after an iconic career spanning five decades https://t.co/CD7LjEExuH pic.twitter.com/u1NWHnHly5
— The Sun (@TheSun) May 24, 2023
Thursday’s front page – TINA TURNER RIP❤https://t.co/NLxOaHtOMi pic.twitter.com/6PmwxLYXHX
— Daily Star (@dailystar) May 24, 2023
The main story, next to a photo of Turner in The Daily Telegraph says millions of people on jobless benefits have been given exemptions to not have to seek work.
The front page of tomorrow’s Daily Telegraph:
‘Millions on jobless benefits do not have to seek work’#TomorrowsPapersToday
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— The Telegraph (@Telegraph) May 24, 2023
The Guardian has half of the front page dedicated to Turner, while they report Prime Minister Rishi Sunak is facing calls to delay or cancel Boris Johnson’s honours list.
Guardian front page, Thursday 25 May 2023: Clamour for PM to scrap Johnson’s honours list pic.twitter.com/k2o2wiiWOZ
— The Guardian (@guardian) May 24, 2023
The Times reports an inquiry judge is demanding unredacted notes over Mr Johnson’s Covid diary.
THE TIMES: Whitehall clash over Johnson’s Covid diary #TomorrowsPapersToday pic.twitter.com/trDcoUdADV
— Neil Henderson (@hendopolis) May 24, 2023
The Daily Mail reveals a top cop is facing proceedings for gross misconduct over allegations he lied in public over the VIP sex abuse inquiry.
Thursday’s @DailyMailUK #MailFrontPages pic.twitter.com/jU06LPhWWP
— Daily Mail U.K. (@DailyMailUK) May 24, 2023
The i looks into the economy, saying a new interest rate rise will break “core inflation”.
Thursday’s front page: New interest rate rise ahead to break ‘core inflation’#TomorrowsPapersToday pic.twitter.com/qDnNYai32P
— i newspaper (@theipaper) May 24, 2023
The Daily Express says a new car plant worth billions is coming to the UK.
Tomorrow’s front page: Coming to the UK! Brexit Britain wins Jaguar Land Rover deal worth billions #TomorrowsPapersToday https://t.co/AB61eIW4NP pic.twitter.com/XWnULvur0P
— Daily Express (@Daily_Express) May 24, 2023
Metro reports a woman pleaded guilty in court for stalking Premier League players Mason Mount, Ben Chillwell and Billy Gilmour.
Tomorrow’s Paper Today 📰
PREM STARS STALKED BY ‘DEVIL BABY’
🔴 Model faces jail for phone campaign against Chelsea trio after England ace dumped her #TomorrowsPapersToday pic.twitter.com/T3nD7kszq6
— Metro (@MetroUK) May 24, 2023
And the Financial Times, which was the only paper not to feature Turner, says while inflation data disappoints, gilt yields soar to levels nearly as high as last years “mini budget crisis”.
Just published: front page of the Financial Times, UK edition, Thursday 25 May https://t.co/nbSw4PlEda pic.twitter.com/g8qFNyVpAJ
— Financial Times (@FinancialTimes) May 24, 2023