Monday's newspaper front pages

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

The Times: Over 800 Sewage Spills a Year: Water firms to publish real-time data in victory for Times campaign - but latest figures show scale of problem.

The Sun: Singer Harry Styles shows the world he has a new girlfriend - as he kisses model Emily Ratajkowski.

The Daily Mirror: Kwasi Kwarteng told fake foreign businessman he could arrange a meeting with Boris Johnson. The Tory ex-chancellor who crashed the economy with his disastrous mini-Budget was secretly filmed by campaign group Led By Donkeys offering himself for £10,000 a day.

The Daily Mail: At least 1,000 sex offenders have avoided criminal records over the past two years by apologising to their victims. Police gave out 'community resolutions' in 1,064 such cases in 2021 and 2022, including several involving child rape.

The Daily Telegraph: Rishi Sunak to hand police tougher powers to tackle anti-social behaviour. The Prime Minister will unveil a series of new powers allowing police to move on rough sleepers who are causing "public distress".

The Daily Express: Tory rebels have urged Rishi Sunak to "close every legal loophole" that allows foreign judges to interfere with Britain's borders. Ministers rushed to a backbench revolt ahead of the Illegal Migration Bill's return to the Commons tomorrow.

The Guardian: Call for radical homegrown recruitment drive to avoid shortfall of 571,000 within 13 years. The NHS in England needs a massive injection of homegrown doctors, nurses, GPs and dentists to avert a recruitment crisis that could leave it short of an estimated 571,000 staff.

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