Thursday's national newspaper front pages | UK News – Sky News

Sky News takes a look at the stories making headlines on the front of Friday’s national newspapers.
We’ll post the front pages here as they come in.

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Reviewing Saturday’s papers are Rachel Cunliffe, senior associate editor of the New Statesman and Mark Wallace, chief executive of ConservativeHome .
The Daily Mail reports that Prince William’s walk behind the Queen’s coffin brought back memories for him of walking behind the coffin of his mother.
Harry will be allowed to wear his military uniform for a vigil at the Queen’s coffin, The Sun reports.
The Queen’s state funeral will “unite people across the globe”, the organiser says in The Times.
The Daily Telegraph leads with the news that NHS doctors and nurses will be able to walk in front of the Queen’s coffin at her funeral.
Prime Minister Liz Truss is expected to lift a ban on fracking, The Guardian says.
The Daily Mirror leads with a service in memory of nine-year-old shooting victim Olivia Pratt-Korbel.
The Daily Star leads with news that the chancellor wants to scrap the cap on bankers’ bonuses.
The Financial Times leads with the summit in Uzbekistan, which includes the leaders of China and Russia.
Prince William “reveals the emotional toll of the Queen’s death” – that’s on the front page of Metro.
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