What the papers say: Tuesday's front pages

What The Papers Say: Tuesday's Front Pages
Tuesday's front pages: The Irish Times, Irish Independent, Irish Examiner, Irish Daily Mirror, Irish Daily Star and Irish Daily Mail
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Politics dominates Tuesday’s newspaper front pages in the wake of the recent elections.

The Irish Times and the Irish Examiner have the latest on the election counts, as Fine Gael and Fianna Fáil battle it out to become the largest party in local government.


The Irish Independent reports that multiple by-elections in the coming months could prove a headache for the Government – and may even trigger an early general election.


The Irish Daily Mail also has speculation about an early elections, as civil servants are told to get their budget requests in early.

The Irish Daily Mirror celebrates the success of Ciara Mageean and Rhasidat Adeleke at the European Championships.


The Irish Daily Star reports on the Kinahan cartel's business interests in Australia.

The Herald reports that gardaí are investigating if the "Eircode gang" are behind a stabbing attack in Dublin.


The Echo confirms that Cork city will see a drop in female representation following the local elections.

The ongoing UK general election campaign is the main story across the British newspapers.

The Daily Mirror and The Times lead on Labour leader Keir Starmer’s pledge to improve the health of children across the UK.


The Financial Times splashes on Labour’s refusal to abandon the capital gains tax.

Looking to the Conservative Party, the Daily Express and the i both say that Britain’s workers are in for a cut to national insurance under Prime Minister Rishi Sunak.

The Daily Telegraph writes that Mr Sunak will soon unveil tax breaks for landlords. He says reducing the fiscal burden for Britons and boosting homeownership is at the centre of his agenda.

The Guardian reports that certain figures in the Conservative Party are waiting to intervene if Mr Sunak’s manifesto fails to impress voters.

In other news, the Daily Mail writes that two 12-year-old boys have become the youngest to be convicted of murder since the 1993 Bulger killings.

The Metro reports that hospitals in London urgently need type O blood donations following last week’s cyberattack.

And the Daily Star leads on England landing in Germany for the Euros.

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