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Saturday's national newspaper front pages

Sky News takes a look at the stories making headlines on the front of Saturday's national papers.

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Daily Mail

The Queen does not want any "family dramas" to overshadow her Platinum Jubilee weekend, according to the Daily Mail.

The Times

Schools are under no legal obligation to address children by a new pronoun or allow them to wear the school uniform of a different gender, Attorney-General Suella Braverman has told The Times.

The Guardian

The Guardian leads with revisions to the ministerial code, which mean that ministers who are found to have breached the code will no longer have to resign or face the sack.

Daily Express

Families setting off on half-term holidays faced "chaos at airports", the Daily Express reports. Staffing shortages and computer failures left 30,000 passengers stranded, the paper adds.

Daily Star

The Daily Star features travellers "desperate for a holiday", commenting: "Bet they wish they'd stayed at home."

The Daily Telegraph

The Daily Telegraph has obtained footage filmed on a helmet-mounted camera in which a Conservative MP's son, fighting with Ukrainian soldiers, helps save a fellow Briton maimed by a landmine during an intense firefight.

Daily Mirror

The Daily Mirror previews the Queen's Platinum Jubilee weekend.

Financial Times

The Financial Times says EY is exploring a public listing or partial sale of its global advisory business as part of what the paper calls the "most radical transformation of a big four accountancy firm in two decades", according to "people with direct knowledge of the matter".

Welcome to our round-up of the front pages for Saturday 28 May 2022

We'll post the front pages here as they come in.

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Reviewing Saturday's papers are journalist and author Christina Patterson, and John Stevens, deputy political editor of the Daily Mail.

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We will be back on Friday night for a first look at Saturday's front pages