he RMT disputes, power bills and drought are among the topics in Thursday’s papers.

Guardian and i both leading to a general strike threat from RMT chief Mick Lynch.

Predictions that electricity bills could rise by an average of £500 a month make front page Daily Mirror, The Independent and Daily express.

The Daily Telegraph and The Times to lead a warning to Britain’s national security adviser that accidental nuclear war with China is a growing risk.

The country experienced the driest July since 1911, it is reported Subwayamid concerns about drought in the UK.

The Daily Mail writes that a lawyer won a case in the employment tribunals after her chambers investigated her gender position.

The US Federal Reserve’s decision to raise interest rates again is front page news Financial Times.

The sun reports the Chelsea manager Thomas Tuchel is on vacation with a new girlfriend.

I Daily Star reports a new recommendation for Britons to cut back on washing their hair to save water.


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