What the papers say: Sunday's front pages

What The Papers Say: Sunday's Front Pages
Sunday's front pages: Business Post, Sunday World, Sunday Independent, Irish Sunday Mirror, The Irish Mail on Sunday and Sunday Life
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Here are the news stories making headlines on Sunday.

The Sunday Independent reports that Minister for Agriculture Charlie McConalogue has shut down Ireland's only equine abattoir after scenes of "abhorrent cruelty" were uncovered.


The Business Post says Simon Harris facing pressure to call early election.

The Irish Mail on Sunday says the Taoiseach is backing Irish sprint star Rhasidat Adeleke after she received vile racist abuse online.


Riverdance star Michael Flatley is blaming chemicals in his €30 million castle for his cancer diagnosis, according to the Irish Sunday Mirror.

The Sunday World has an interview with a woman who says a Dublin taxi driver convicted of rape preyed on her after a night out.


The Sunday Life says a criminal on trial for a gangland killing sat in court with his police officer mother-in-law to watch his wife avoid prison for fraud.

The British newspapers are awash with images of the Princess of Wales, who appeared relaxed during her first day in the spotlight since announcing her cancer diagnosis.


The Mail on Sunday leads on the “day that lifted the nation” as Kate returned to the spotlight on Saturday at the Trooping the Colour ceremony, alongside similar pieces in the Sunday Express, Sunday People and the Sunday Telegraph.

The Mirror and the Sun on Sunday also ran stories on Kate, as thousands of Britons braved wet weather in London on Saturday to catch a glimpse of the princess.

The Observer says analysis indicates trouble brewing for the British health service, as both major parties’ manifestos would significantly squeeze health spending.

And, lastly, the Daily Star Sunday reports that Serbia’s top psychic has tipped England to win the Euros.

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