Today’s biggest titles from The Telegraph

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1. Penny Mordaunt: Britain needs stability, not a soap opera

Britain needs stability not a “soap opera,” Penny Mordaunt said as the Prime Minister faces demands for resignations from Conservative MPs.

Writing in support of Liz Truss in The Telegraph, the leader of the House of Commons says the party needs to work with the Prime Minister and compares its current struggles to those faced and overcome by Winston Churchill. Read the full story.

2. NHS records deaths of children as stillbirths “to avoid control”

NHS hospitals claimed the live-born babies were stillborn, a Telegraph investigation found, sparking allegations that they were trying to avoid a checkup.

Six children who died before leaving the hospital were misrepresented as stillbirths. Many of the children lived for a few minutes and one lived for five days. Read the full story.

3. The crown is “hateful” and an “utter disgrace,” says the queen mother’s biographer

The crown was branded as “hateful” and “deliberately painful” by the Queen Mother’s official biographer, as it emerged on Sunday that the Netflix series appears to have invented a scene in which Prince Charles tells his mother she should be “thrown.” . in prison “for being a bad mother.

Details about the upcoming series’ content and criticism of The Crown’s coverage of recent historical events are beginning to emerge. Read the full story.

4. Joe Biden said to mind his own business after criticizing Truss’s policies

Joe Biden should limit himself to solving his own problems, conservative lawmakers said after the US president criticized Liz Truss’ tax cut proposals as a “mistake”.

Ms. Truss made low taxes a key part of her proposal to become a Tory leader and prime minister, insisting last week that it was the best way to achieve long-term economic growth. Read the full story.

5. Look: Hong Kong protester “beaten at the Chinese consulate in Manchester”

According to footage circulating on social media, a pro-democracy protester from Hong Kong was apparently beaten on Sunday inside the Chinese consulate in Manchester.

Video footage appeared to show a man being assaulted as police officers attempted to disrupt the chaotic scenes on Sunday afternoon. Read the full story.

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