Newspaper review: King's new portrait and US warnings to Georgia

Daily Telegraph: Tories tell police: Bring back stop and search
The Times: Don't teach pupils about gender ID schools told
Daily Mail: Schools are set to be banned from teaching sex education to children before the age of nine.
Daily Express: 'Fighting chance' net migration will fall to 150,000 gives Rishi Sunak crucial boost
i news: Weight loss jab 'could reduce heart attack risk' as it is described as a gold rush
Daily Mirror: Ant McPartlin welcomes first child with wife Anne-Marie Corbett and reveals name
The Guardian: US warns Georgia not to side with Russia against the West
Financial Times: Anglo American plans break-up to thwart £34bn BHP bid
Metro: More than three million food bank parcels handed out across the UK in record-high year
Daily Star: Bog roll bodgers - professor reveals Brits are using the lavatory the wrong way
Finally, Ant McPartin's new baby arrival features on the front of the Daily Star which also carries a photo of Manchester City's Erling Haaland - after the Norwegian striker scored twice against Tottenham to lift his team to the summit of the Premier League with one game to go. [BBC]

A new portrait of King Charles unveiled on Tuesday features on the front of many front page newspapers.

In other news, the Daily Telegraph leads with a call from Policing Minister Chris Philp for forces to increase their use of stop-and-search to tackle knife crime.

The Daily Mail is one of several papers to report government plans to ban all sex education for under-nines. It says the Education Secretary, Gillian Keegan, will unveil the proposals tomorrow.

The Guardian's front page includes a report on Georgia being warned by the US not to become an adversary of the west by falling back in line with Moscow, as its parliament defied mass street protests to pass a “Kremlin-inspired” law.

A protester wearing a Georgian and European flag faces off policemen blocking a street during a rally against a draft bill on 'foreign agents' near the Parliament building in Tbilisi, Georgia
A protester wearing a Georgian and European flag faces off policemen blocking a street in Tbilisi, Georgia [Reuters]

Chancellor Jeremy Hunt and the Work and Pensions minister Mel Stride have written an article in the Times in which they argue unemployed people have "ample opportunity" to find a job, with no good reason to "languish on benefits".

Elsewhere, the Metro says a record three million food parcels have been handed to desperate UK families. Quoting figures from the Trussell Trust food bank it says the number has doubled in five years.

A prediction net migration figures could fall sharply is the lead for the Daily Express.

Finally, the i newspaper reports on what it says is a weight-loss jab "gold rush" for pharmaceutical companies.

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