The Sunday’s front pages lead with photos from a vigil for the late Queen Elizabeth II, held by her grandchildren. Prince William and Prince Harry wore their military uniforms- at their father’s request, King Charles III. They were joined by their six cousins, Princesses Beatrice and Eugenie, Zara Tindall and Peter Philips, Lady Louise and James Viscount Severn.
The grandchildren stood around the Queen’s coffin for 15 minutes.
A few of the newspapers look at UK politics for its lead story – mostly stories on prime minister Liz Truss.
The Independent – Truss approach to climate crisis ‘beggers belief’
The Independent reports on Liz Truss’s energy plans and how they show the UK has abandoned its net zero targets.
The Observer – Truss faces brutal return to political fray after funeral
Liz Truss is facing a “baptism of fire” with “warnings of mass bankruptcies across the economy”, The Observer reports.
Daily Star Sunday – The truth will be out there
Daily Star Sunday – not the biggest royal fan – reports on a story about secret agents, aliens and UFOs.
Sunday Mirror – Granny’s guard of honour
The Sunday Mirror fills its front page with a photograph of the Queen’s grandchildren, who held a vigil around their grandmother’s coffin in Westminster Hall.
Sunday People – Vigil of love
Princes William and Harry were “united” as they honoured the Queen with a vigil in Westminster Hall, the Sunday People says.
The Sun on Sunday – United we stand: Wills and Harry joint Queen vigil
The Prince of Wales and Duke of Sussex showed a “united front” during a vigil for the Queen, the Sun on Sunday says on its front page. “United we stand” is the headline.
UK was ‘hugely underprepared for Covid due to years of austerity’
Safe staffing levels in health and social care were undermined by multiple years of pay caps and pay freezes, which impeded recruitment and increased staff turnover, the report said.
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