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, Belfast Telegraph, Irish Daily Mail, Irish Daily Mirror
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The future of RTÉ is splashed across the front pages of many of the Irish newspapers on Tuesday.

The Irish Times reveals that RTÉ will shed some 400 jobs and cut a number of services as part of their plan to handle financial losses. The Irish Independent says the production of top shows may be outsourced, while the Irish Daily Mail focuses on anger among RTÉ staff about the leaking of the plan.


Children and young people are increasingly falling ill from vaping cannabinoids, a leading HSE expert has told the Irish Examiner.


The Irish father of an eight-year-old Israeli girl who is feared taken to Gaza has asked for a renewed focus on the Israeli hostages in Gaza, the Irish Daily Mirror reports.

The Belfast Telegraph reports that the UVF leadership has started a “clean-up” operation linked to ongoing behind-closed-doors talks to disband the loyalist paramilitary organisation.


All but one of the mainstream newspapers across Britain have focused on the dumping of Suella Braverman as UK home secretary and the return of David Cameron.

The i, the Daily Mail and The Guardian have all focused on Rishi Sunak’s big gamble on Mr Cameron as Foreign Secretary.



The Independent, The Times, and the Daily Mirror followed the same hook: “Back where we began.”

The Daily Express, the Daily Telegraph, and the Financial Times splash with the political implications of the Cabinet reshuffle.

The Metro and The Sun carry a pair of catchy headlines.

The Daily Star opts for a different lead altogether with the “rise of the slapheads”.

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