What the papers say: Friday's front pages

What The Papers Say: Friday's Front Pages
Friday's front pages.
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Donald Trump being found guilty on all 34 counts in his hush money trial, making him the first former US president to be convicted of a crime, dominates Friday's front pages.

The Irish Times, Irish Examiner and Irish Independent all lead with the Trump verdict.


The Echo leads with a story on a shortage of beds for long-term care patients in Cork.


Donald Trump's hush money trial also makes the front page of the Irish Sun and Irish Daily Mail.


The Herald leads with former Dublin GAA star Diarmuid Connolly pleading guilty to an "unprovoked" attack on two men.

In the North, the Belfast Telegraph reports former DUP leader Jefferey Donaldson, who has been charged with historical sex offences, could receive a £60,000 per year MP's pension.


The Irish News leads with a story on the Lyra McKee murder trial.

The guilty verdict for former US president Donald Trump in a “hush money” trial features heavily among a variety of stories on the front pages of Friday’s UK newspapers.

The Daily Telegraph, Daily Mirror and the i simply lead with “Trump guilty” and “Guilty” as Trump became the first president to be convicted of a crime.

The Daily Star says he is “guilty on all counts”, while The Times writes “Trump found guilty in hush money trial”.

Back home, The Guardian leads with the pressure on Labour leader Sir Keir Starmer to end the “purge of the Labour left”.

The Independent says Labour’s Angela Rayner has backed Diane Abbott to stand for Labour at the July 4th UK general election.

Voters are braced for tax increases despite assurances from both parties they will not increase VAT, according to the Financial Times.

The Daily Mail leads with thousands of NHS patients who will get personalised cancer vaccines over the next year in a “landmark breakthrough”.

And the Metro reports on Fiona Beal, who was jailed for life after the murder of Nicholas Billingham.

The New York Times front page features a large photograph of Donald Trump with the simple headline 'Guilty'.

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