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 Mail and Irish Daily Star
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The front pages on Tuesday look at concerns over a consultant at Temple Street children’s hospital and a warning from the Central Bank over long-term price rises.

The Irish Times reports that the consultant whose work at Temple Street children’s hospital is to be externally reviewed continued to carry out operations for months after concerns about their work first emerged.


A grieving husband spoke to the Irish Examiner about the death of his wife by assisted dying just five months ago – he says he will do whatever it takes to ensure the right-to-die choice is made available here in Ireland.

The Central Bank predicts Government spending will fuel ­future price hikes, with inflation to slow but keep growing up to 2025, the Irish Independent reports.


Leo Varadkar has criticised aspects of his own Government's response to the Covid pandemic, according to the Irish Daily Mail.

The Belfast Telegraph covers concerns that the North could “become a dumping ground” for American XL Bully dogs if a ban is implemented in other parts of the UK.


The Irish Daily Star says youth farming group Macra is looking for 800 welly tossers to set a new world record at the Ploughing Championships.

Fresh accusations of sexual abuse against Russell Brand lead the British front page stories.


The Sun, the Daily Mirror, the i, and Metro have all focused on the Russell Brand sex allegation scandal, as another woman has come forward to tell of her alleged assault in Soho in the wake of the bombshell TV investigation into the comedian.

The Daily Telegraph has gone a different route, focusing its splash on the upcoming UK health service strike, with the headline: “Doctors will be forced off picket lines.”

The Daily Express leads with the triple lock, as its petition to keep the UK pension the same soared past 190,000 signatures.

The Daily Mail says Labour leader Keir Starmer’s vow to rewrite the UK's trade deals with the European Union proves you cannot trust the opposition leader with Brexit.

The Guardian reports that London's Metropolitan Police believes it will take years to clear out rogue officers.

And in typical Daily Star fashion, the paper has gone with a rather kooky front on how to ensure your children grow up to be tall.

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