What the papers say: Wednesday's front pages

What The Papers Say: Wednesday's Front Pages
Wednesday'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 Irish newspapers cover a variety of topics on Wednesday, including a potential murder investigation in Cork.

The Irish Times reports that completion of an independent review into spinal surgeries at Temple Street children’s hospital has been delayed after 17 additional “cases of concern” were identified. The paper also carries a photo of former taoiseach John Bruton, who died on Tuesday aged 76 after a long illness.


Gardai are likely to start a murder investigation after a man aged in his 60s was found dead in a home in Co Cork, the Irish Examiner reports.

People in Dublin pay up to €50 more for a GP appointment than those elsewhere, according to the Irish Independent.


The Irish Daily Mail says security staff at one of the country's most overcrowded hospitals were called to move a patient with dementia in the middle of the night.

Gardaí will extradite a man from England to face charges over a deadly arson, according to the Irish Daily Mirror.


"All hell broke Luas" says the Irish Daily Star, as a 61-year-old man was charged with torching a Luas tram during a "mass riot" in Dublin last November.

King Charles’s first public appearance a day after revealing his cancer diagnosis dominates the front pages of Britain’s newspapers.


The Daily Mirror leads with the “brave face of the King”, while The Independent says Charles is “on good form” after he was seen for the first time since his diagnosis.

The Sun, Metro and Daily Express put their focus on the meeting between Charles and Prince Harry.

The Times reports “Harry reunited with father” while the Daily Mail says he no plans to meet with his brother, Prince William.

The Daily Telegraph simply leads with “Harry’s dash to see father”.

Elsewhere, The Guardian says NHS delays are leaving 600 children a week facing a “mental health crisis”.

The Post Office was behind the design of a second IT system behind “wrongful convictions”, according to the i.

The Financial Times leads with former US president Donald Trump being denied immunity in his election interference case.

And the Daily Star reports on a Tory MP’s plan to fix Britain’s overflowing sewers.

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