What the papers say: Tuesday's front pages

What The Papers Say: Tuesday's Front Pages
All the stories from the day's national newspapers.
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Warnings Ireland is likely to miss climate targets, and reaction to Israel's ongoing incursion into Rafah dominate Tuesday's front pages.

The Irish Times leads with a report from the Environmental Protection Agency, which found Ireland is 'set to fail to hit emission cut target'.


The Irish Examiner reports on considerations by the EU to impose sanctions on Israel following an airstrike on a refugee camp in Gaza.

Meanwhile, The Echo covers concerns among youth soccer clubs in Cork after reports of referees receiving abuse.


The Irish Independent reads: 'Irish tensions with Israel rise amid anger over attack in Rafah', while the Irish Daily Mail covers new rules proposed by the Government to crack down on deepfakes in election campaigns.

The Irish Daily Mirror's lead story is on the airstrike in Rafah, alongside a piece on the divorce of ITV presenters Eamonn Holmes and Ruth Langsford.


Finally, the Irish Daily Star covers the funeral of Eddie Hutch Jnr in Dublin.

In Britain, campaigns from both sides of the parliamentary floor dominate the front pages of the nation’s newspapers on Tuesday as the General Election draws closer.


The Daily Express says UK prime minister Rishi Sunak has made a “stunning election pledge” to boost the state pension for millions.

The Daily Telegraph relays words from Mr Sunak, who said state pensions will never be taxed if he is re-elected.

The Daily Mirror features a story on Labour leader Sir Keir Starmer, who has urged voters to “end Tory chaos” at the ballot box this July.

The Daily Mail reports four in 10 students will leave private schools under Mr Starmer’s VAT on independent school fees.

The Times leads with a win for Labour after they received an endorsement from a coalition of business leaders.

The i focuses on Labour’s “metro mayors,” who have said they are ready to challenge Mr Starmer and fight for better housing, transport, and council funding deals.

The Metro focuses on Mr Starmer’s challenging “working class” upbringing.

The Independent leads with one survey, which found that voters “like and trust” Mr Starmer more than Mr Sunak.

The Guardian looks at the conflict in Gaza, with dozens dead after Israeli forces launched an airstrike against a camp in Rafah for displaced civilians.

Lastly, the Daily Star has taken critical aim at Gordon Ramsey, who has combined two classic comfort meals to make one mega-dish: a baked-bean pizza.

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