Today’s top headlines from the Telegraph

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1. Rishi Sink will be the new Gordon Brown, claims Liz Truss.

Liz Truss compared Rishi Sunak to Gordon Brown on Monday night as she said her rival’s refusal to cut taxes would send Britain into recession.

In a quick debate dominated by economic issues, the foreign secretary claimed Mr Sink’s warnings that his plan would fuel inflation and raise interest rates were “scary” and “project fear”. Read the full story.

2. EXCLUSIVE: Monday claims Boris Johnson said he did not want to resign

A former Conservative Party treasurer campaigning to keep Boris Johnson in office has told OlxPraca the prime minister “doesn’t want to resign”.

Over lunch at Checkers on Friday, Lord Kirdas of Shoreditch claimed Mr Johnson told him he “wants to contest the next general election as party leader”. Read the full story.

3. Lord Trumbull, former First Minister of Northern Ireland, dies aged 77.

Former Northern Ireland prime minister and Nobel Peace Prize laureate Lord Trumbull has died aged 77, his family announced on Monday.

The Ulster Unionist Party released a statement on behalf of Trumbull’s family, saying he “passed away earlier today after a short illness”. Read the full story.

4. Rugby says ‘change or die’ connection crisis amid fears of suicides

After more than 185 players launched legal action against World Rugby, the Rugby Football Union and the Welsh Rugby Union, rugby union has been warned it must change to protect its players “or the game will be over”. will go”.

Telegraph Sport can reveal new details of a lawsuit to be filed in court on Monday by a group of professional and semi-professional players, including former Wales internationals, the biggest As part of a ‘class action’ lawsuit. outside the United States. Read the full story.

5. Hot, dry weather restricts hosepipes due to the risk of drought.

If the current dry spell continues, hosepipe bans could come into force across England from next month in case of drought conditions.

The National Drought Group, which includes representatives from the water industry, farmers and government, will meet on Tuesday to discuss ways to reduce water shortages. This could include banning local hosepipes and requiring households to reduce non-essential use. Read the full story.

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