Election campaigning lead the nation’s Sunday newspapers, in particular the Labour Party’s ongoing problems with accusations of anti-semitism.
The Mail on Sunday
Fallout from the terror attack on London Bridge features in many of Sunday’s front pages, with some leading on tributes to the first named victim and others looking at events through the prism of politics.
Previews of the Conservative Party’s election manifesto dominate the Sunday newspapers.
Prince Andrew’s revealing interview, the General Election and Brexit make headlines on Sunday’s papers.
Reaction to the suspension of an investigation into the Prime Minister’s connection to a tech entrepreneur and the economic prospects of a Labour Government lead Sunday’s papers.
Stories from the world of politics and celebrity make the front pages on Sunday, with the forthcoming General Election taking centre stage in many papers.
A mixed bag of topics covers the front pages of the Sunday newspapers, including the deaths of 39 people in a refrigerated container in Essex, more Brexit machinations, and England’s progress to the Rugby World Cup final.
The front page headlines on Sunday range from despair to delight that the UK is still part of the EU.
Where Boris Johnson and the European Union go next is making headlines on Sunday, as is a story on waiting times in the NHS.
Boris Johnson’s Brexit plans being on the brink of collapse dominates Wednesday’s front pages, while an alleged public spat between cricketer Ben Stokes and his wife Claire also features prominently.
The case of an American diplomat’s wife wanted for questioning over the road accident death of a British man heads a varied collection of front page stories in the nation’s papers on Tuesday.