Sunday Papers – UK and France told to end fishing row or risk ruining COP26
The Sunday papers lead with the ongoing fishing row between the leaders of Britain and France, as PM Boris Johnson told Brussels to rein in France and accused of engaging in a “pattern” of threats against the UK.
The papers report the fishing row threatens to overshadow the upcoming COP26 summit.
Sunday Mirror – ‘Pride of Britain: Ed Sheeran surprise duet’
The Daily Mirror leads with a story about Ed Sheeran – who performed with seven-year-old Harmonie-Rose Allen during Britain’s Child of Courage.
The Sunday Telegraph – ‘PM demands EU reign in Macron’
The Sunday Telegraph’s front splash reports PM Boris Johnson has called on Brussels to rein in France after Britain accused Emmanuel Macron of engaging in a “pattern” of threats against the UK.
Sunday Express – ‘It’s Boris the gladiator’
The Sunday Express lead on comments from Boris Johnson – who hit back at the French over the fishing row and called on world leaders to focus on climate “moment of truth” at the climate conference in Glasgow.
The Observer – ‘UK & France told end dispute or risk ruining COP26’
The Observer features the fishing dispute on its front splash. France and the UK have been urged by leading scientists and environmentalists to declare an immediate ceasefire in the fishing rights row.
Daily Star Sunday – ‘David Jason: I’m so sorry Rodders’
According to the Daily Star Sunday, Only Fools and Horses star Sir David Jason is quoted saying Danger Mouse was his favourite role – not the much-loved 80s sitcom.
Mail on Sunday – ‘Massive cyber heist rocks high-society jeweller graff’
According to the Mail on Sunday, cybercriminals have taken the personal details of Hollywood stars, tycoons and world leaders in a massive “virtual heist” from jewellery firm Graff.
The Sunday Times – ‘Soldier suspect joked about Kenya murder’
A story about a British soldier accused of killing a woman while training in Kenya is the Sunday Times lead.
The paper reports the soldier joked about the murder on Facebook with fellow soldiers.
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