Sunday Papers - Tories turn on BoJo over response to Partygate probe
The newspapers on Sunday cover a range of stories. The front pages cover a variety of political stories, with Boris Johnson’s reaction to the partygate probe, PM Rishi Sunak’s pledge to tackle illegal crossings and the Rwanda plan being splashed on several papers. Some of the tabloid papers make space for news on Prince Harry – who sat down to discuss his book, opening up about his former drug use.
The Mail on Sunday focuses on Rishi Sunak’s pledge to tackle illegal Channel migrants, with measures that challenge the “shocking misuse” of asylum. The Sunday Express reports on Home Office aides secretly drawing up legislation to curb the “abuse” of human rights laws, frustrating attempts to deport illegal migrants. The Sunday Times reveals that the first deportation flights to Rwanda may be delayed due to legal challenges.
The Daily Telegraph continues its coverage of the Matt Hancock leaked WhatsApp messages. The paper claims that the former health secretary appeared to suggest that he wanted to use the emergence of a then new Covid strain to scare the public into complying with lockdown measures.
The Observer reports on the decline of Boris Johnson’s support among senior Tories over his response to the Partygate scandal. The paper also covers the return of Sir David Attenborough to television at the age of 96.
The Sunday Times highlights the abduction of thousands of Ukrainian children to Russia or Crimea, according to a Yale University study.
The Independent reports on the use of taxpayers’ money to fund university qualifications for high-flying executives, and Labour’s criticism of the scheme.
Finally, Prince Harry’s virtual fireside chat to promote his memoir is covered by several papers, with quotes about his difficult childhood and his use of marijuana to cope with pain.
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