What the papers say: Sunday's front pages

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What The Papers Say: Sunday's Front Pages What The Papers Say: Sunday's Front Pages
Sunday's front pages.
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Ongoing controversy over plans for the National Maternity Hospital and political uncertainty in the North feature on Sunday's front pages.

The Sunday Times and the Sunday Independent both lead with the National Maternity Hospital.

Fine Gael 'dirty tricks' are to blame for the maternity hospital row, the Irish Mail on Sunday reports.

The Irish Sun on Sunday leads with a story on the Madeleine McCann investigation.

 

The cost-of-living crisis, a reported clash between Cabinet and the Bank of England and the state of England’s schools are featured on today’s UK front pages.

The chancellor is “ready to help” with the cost-of-living crisis, according to the Sunday Express.

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The Independent reports the prime minister has fallen £240 million short on the government’s net zero strategy.

Cabinet has launched an “unprecedented attack” on the Bank of England, according to The Sunday Telegraph.

The Observer says officials have warned Downing Street about “crumbling schools”.

Jeremy Hunt has told The Sunday Times that the “rogue” NHS requires major surgery.

The Mail on Sunday says Liverpool fans booed the Duke of Cambridge at the FA Cup final.

Sunday People leads on an exclusive report that the wife of serial killer Levi Bellfield “has been brainwashed”.

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The Sunday Mirror says ex-EastEnders star Katie Jarvis racially abused a woman interviewed by the paper.

And the Daily Star leads on an interview with a man who says he has been abducted by aliens 60 times.

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