Sunday Papers - PM plans to settle Brexit deal with Northern Ireland
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The Sun on Sunday and the Mail on Sunday both carry stories saying that “eviction” is looming for Prince Andrew, with sources telling them that the King could cut the annual grant the Duke of York uses to maintain his home in Windsor. They say it’s part of an order to all members of the Royal Family to “tighten their belts”.
Daily Mirror – Family’s worst fear
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The Sun on Sunday – Andrew ‘evicted’ from £30 million mansion
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The Observer – Johnson threatens Sunak’s bid to end deadlock over Brexit
The Observer – Johnson threatens Sunak’s bid to end deadlock over Brexit Summary of the front page The Observer also picks up on Mr Johnson’s
Sunday Express – ‘Forces too broken to defend UK’
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Why does American Billionaire Rupert Murdoch have so much influence over Britain?
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