Friday's newspaper front pages

THE SUN

Phillip Schofield has made an extraordinary last-ditch attempt to save his This Morning partnership with Holly Willoughby.

THE TIMES

Supermarkets have told ministers that food prices have peaked and will start falling significantly in the coming months.

THE DAILY TELEGRAPH

Stay-at-home mothers should get tax breaks to raise their children, a rising star Tory MP has said.

THE DAILY MAIL

Holly Willoughby was left blindsided on Thursday night after her This Morning co-star Phillip Schofield released an extraordinary statement about their rumoured feud.

THE GUARDIAN

Rail services across Britain will be severely disrupted on Friday as train drivers stage the first of the latest wave of planned strikes in a long-running pay dispute.

THE DAILY EXPRESS

Incandescent Conservative MPs have told Express.co.uk that they are considering trying to trigger another leadership vote over Rishi Sunak's Brexit U-turn.

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