Thursday's newspaper front pages

These are the stories making a splash on today's national newspaper front pages.

The Sun

Top Gear's Freddie Flintoff was left with jaw injuries for 45 minutes after a horror crash, says The Sun.

The Times

The Times says water companies have apologised for pumping sewage into Britain's rivers and said they will spend £10 billion over the next seven years to curb the spills.

The Daily Mirror

The Mirror says 19 people are being targeted by police after hundreds of patients died on opioid drugs at a hospital.

The Daily Mail

The Daily Mail says Sir Keir Starmer sparked outrage saying he would attempt to renegotiate the Brexit deal if he became Prime Minister.

The Daily Express

Rishi Sunak has paved the way for pre-election tax cuts as he insisted the economy is firing again, says The Express.

The Guardian

The Guardian says Rishi Sunak has been accused of being out of touch with ordinary families after claiming the economy was looking up despite the cost-of-living crisis.

The Daily Telegraph

The Telegraph says obese patients cost the NHS twice as much as those of healthy weight.

The i

The i leads with the news that the Duke and Duchess of Sussex's paparazzi 'car chase' has sparked a royal security row.