What the papers say: Wednesday's front pages

What The Papers Say: Wednesday's Front Pages
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Taoiseach Leo Varadkar's comments on Israel being "blinded by rage" and the fallout from RTÉ's Toy Show musical controversy are among the stories that feature on Wednesday's front pages.

The Irish Times leads with Mr Varadkar's comments about Israel in the Dáil.


The Irish Examiner leads with similar comments from Tánaiste Micheál Martin, who said Israel is "acting like a monster" in Gaza.

The Irish Independent leads with the Toy Show musical controversy.


The Echo leads with a story on a fatal crash in Cork.

The Irish Daily Mail leads with Moya Doherty's comments on the Toy Show musical.


The Herald leads with a story on a money launderer who has been jailed after gardaí seized €1.6 million in cash.


In the North, a murder trial makes the front page of the Belfast Telegraph.

The Irish News leads with a story on pollution at Lough Neagh. The Taoiseach's comments on Israel's actions in Gaza also make the front page.


The death of BBC radio presenter DJ Steve Wright features across many of Wednesday’s UK newspapers.

The veteran BBC radio presenter and broadcasting “legend” died on Monday, his family have revealed, with The Sun and the Daily Star leading with the news.

The Metro and the Daily Mail both tell of outrage after the launch of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's new website, which breaches a deal with the late Queen Elizabeth.

The Daily Telegraph, The Times, The Guardian and the i all report on the latest row impacting Labour, with the party nixing ties with a second candidate over their comments on Israel.

A jury has been told that the “mastermind” of an armed robbery that left one police officer dead and another seriously injured avoided arrest for nearly 20 years, according to the Daily Mirror.

Daily Express leads with a Tory MP who was left feeling confronted after protesters turned up to his house to lambast him for his support of Israel.

And lastly, the Financial Times says Nato is preparing for a “new White House” with plans to appease Donald Trump if he is elected as US president later this year.

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