What the papers say: Tuesday's front pages

What The Papers Say: Tuesday's Front Pages
Tuesday's front pages.
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The murder of a man in his 80s in Co Kerry, and questions over a plan to abolish the TV licence, feature on Tuesday's front pages.

The Irish Times leads with a story on the Ukrainian foreign minister calling for refugees to return to aid in the war effort.


The Irish Examiner leads with a story on the murder of Patrick O'Mahony Snr.

The Irish Independent reports plans to abolish the TV licence fee are in doubt as Media Minister Catherine Martin is under pressure over her handling of the RTÉ crisis.


The Echo leads with a story on a lack of secondary school places in Co Cork.

The Irish Sun leads with a story on the murder in Co Kerry.


The Herald and Irish Daily Star lead with stories on the murder of Noel Kirwan.



In the North, the Belfast Telegraph leads with a story on a report that has found Northern Ireland's rivers are in a "desperate state".

Dissident group Arm na Poblachta (ANP) claimed to have targeted PSNI vehicles, according to The Irish News.

The fallout from Lee Anderson’s suspension as a Conservative MP features among a variety of stories on the front pages of Britain’s newspapers on Tuesday.

The Independent says the UK prime minister declined to call out Mr Anderson’s comments about mayor of London Sadiq Khan being controlled by “Islamists” as racist, as the former party deputy chairman refuses to apologise for the statement.

The Times says Rishi Sunak has moved to “take heat out of” the row, saying he is proof the country is not racist.

Meanwhile, the Daily Express says “Red Wall Tories” have called for the lifting of the suspension on Mr Anderson.

In other news, the Daily Mirror says 100 children a day are blackmailed online.

Sweden has cleared the “last hurdle” to join Nato, according to the Financial Times.

The i says UK chancellor Jeremy Hunt has just six days to find tax cuts to “save Tory MPs”, while the Guardian focuses on experts warning Mr Hunt over a “dubious” case for unfunded tax cuts.

The Daily Telegraph reports that “military wives” have caused the British Ministry of Defence to shelve plans to change the way military housing is allocated.

The Metro reports on a woman who was sentenced to a minimum of 24-years after killing a stranger in July 2021.

The Sun says Friends star Courtney Cox could be the first signing for the celebrity spin-off of the show The Traitors.

And the Daily Star runs with a story on a celebrity health guru who claims people should sing to their food to improve their wellbeing.

The New York Times leads with stories on Sweden joining Nato and the war in Ukraine.

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