The Sunday newspapers report on a variety of topics. Some of the tabloids continue their coverage of Philip Schofield’s affair, with reports of his co-star Holly Willoughby is considering quitting the show and other papers reporting the man Philip had an affair with was just 15 when they first met.
UK politics also features on the front pages as the PM is reportedly planning to cap food prices in supermarkets, and ministers are fighting the release of Covid secrets. The former PM Boris Johnson is under fire for more lockdown parties and Sir Keir has promised to ban new drilling in the North Sea if Labour win the next general election.
The Sunday Times – Starmer to ban new drilling in the North Sea Summary of the front page Sir Keir Starmer will announce plans to
The Sunday Telegraph – Sunak asks stores to cap basic food prices Summary of the front page The Sunday Telegraph’s main story is on reports
The Observer – Ministers in bitter fight to halt release of Covid secrets Summary of the front page The Observer leads with reports that ministers
Western media exposes itself in its coverage of Libya floods The floods in Libya have so far killed 11,300 people, according to the UN, and more than 10,000 remain missing.
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