What the papers say: Saturday's front pages

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What The Papers Say: Saturday's Front Pages What The Papers Say: Saturday's Front Pages
Saturday's front pages
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Job cuts at Twitter's Dublin office dominate Saturday's front pages.

The job cuts, which come following billionaire Elon Musk's takeover of the social media company, feature on the front pages of The Irish Times, Irish Examiner and Irish Independent.

The Echo leads with the opening of a tech company in Cork which will create 500 jobs by 2025.

The Irish Sun leads with a story on Patsy Kensit joining the cast of Eastenders.

The Twitter job cuts make the front pages of the Irish Daily Star and Irish Daily Mail.

In the North, the Belfast Telegraph leads with the ongoing turmoil caused by the ongoing political stalemate.

The UK mastheads report on fears for the triple lock and expectations from Rishi Sunak’s government.

The Daily Telegraph and the Daily Express lead on reports the prime minister and the chancellor plan to reverse the triple lock on pensions.

Mr Sunak is meanwhile featured on the front of The Times warning that people cannot expect the state to “fix everyone’s problems”.

Elsewhere, The Independent writes that links between the Tory party and Jair Bolsonaro will slow down negotiations over a post-Brexit trade deal with Brazil’s incoming administration.

Claims that suspended Tory MP Matt Hancock skipped the Conservative Party conference last month to film an SAS show are front of the Daily Mirror.

The i writes that cyber attacks on NHS systems are still causing delays in treatment three months on.

UN chief Antonio Guterres’s dramatic warning to the world on climate change is front page of The Guardian.

The Daily Mail reports Cluedo cards were found in the car of missing Lord Lucan almost 50 years ago.

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Patsy Kensit’s new role in East Enders is front page of The Sun.

And the Daily Star reports that a Twitter worker is asking whether a lettuce will outlast their employment.

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