Major difficulties facing the Government over the housing of refugees leads Thursday's front pages, as well as the closure of MTK Global, which was founded by Daniel Kinahan.
The Irish Times reports that more than half of the 24,000 pledges of accommodation for Ukrainian refugees have so far failed to materialise as the Government scrambles to find accommodation.
Elsewhere, the Irish Examiner reports that the refugees have arrived at the first large-scale refugee centre in Co Cork as a secret Cabinet memorandum has warned that accommodation is the most acute problem facing the Government.
The Irish Daily Mail reports that the home of businessman Seán Quinn has been searched by gardaí in Co Cavan with Mr Quinn's phone being seized.
Meanwhile, the Irish Daily Star and the Irish Daily Mirror lead with the closure of MTK Global, the boxing company founded by Daniel Kinahan.
And the Belfast Telegraph reports that Stormont's former top spin doctor has denounced the treatment of a whistle-blower.
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Here's a look at the front page of the Belfast Telegraph this morninghttps://t.co/3AlGJmrP8Y#Tellitlikeitis pic.twitter.com/reTpph180P
— Belfast Telegraph (@BelTel) April 21, 2022
In Britain, papers are led by reaction to another US interview with the Prince Harry.
The Daily Mail says Buckingham Palace was shocked by Harry’s comments after he claimed he wanted to “protect” Queen Elizabeth.
Thursday's @DailyMailUK #MailFrontPages pic.twitter.com/bPY73elQxa
— Daily Mail U.K. (@DailyMailUK) April 20, 2022
Metro carries Harry saying his mother, Princess Diana, has helped him cope with his split from the royal family.
Thursday’s front page:
DIANA HELPS ME TO COPE#tomorrowspaperstoday #BBCPapers #skypapers pic.twitter.com/nAYL7UnKIK
— Metro Newspaper UK (@MetroUKNews) April 20, 2022
Meanwhile, the Daily Mirror and Daily Express report on the royal refusing to commit to attend the queen’s platinum jubilee celebrations as the Daily Star carries a typically sideways view of his latest interview.
Tomorrow's front page: Are you coming or not then? #tomorrowspaperstoday https://t.co/sfcyxScLLT pic.twitter.com/TPrBzdz7gp
— The Mirror (@DailyMirror) April 20, 2022
Tomorrow's front page: Prince Harry's ultimate royal snubhttps://t.co/4SVBlISbF6#TomorrowsPapersToday pic.twitter.com/mKFSH5dxWO
— Daily Express (@Daily_Express) April 20, 2022
Tomorrow’s front page: The ego has landed #TomorrowsPapersToday https://t.co/hPB9JeWYqg pic.twitter.com/95RJNgcZaD
— Daily Star (@dailystar) April 20, 2022
Elsewhere, The Guardian and i lead with British prime minister Boris Johnson urging Conservative MPs to delay any investigation into whether he lied about rule-breaking in Downing Street.
Guardian front page, Thursday 21 April 2022: Johnson fails to block Partygate inquiry as backbenchers mutiny pic.twitter.com/ku0c7wEpCu
— The Guardian (@guardian) April 20, 2022
Thursday's front page: Tory rebels fear being 'burned' by Johnson#TomorrowsPapersToday
Latest from @singharj @RichardVaughan1 @HugoGye: https://t.co/8oIDOGO9K0 pic.twitter.com/0LWgyJO5IT
— i newspaper (@theipaper) April 20, 2022
The Daily Telegraph reports Russia conducted a successful test on a new nuclear missile, dubbed “Satan II”, which has the capacity to carry a dozen warheads.
📰The front page of tomorrow's Daily Telegraph:
'Putin tests ‘world’s deadliest weapon’'#TomorrowsPapersToday
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— The Telegraph (@Telegraph) April 20, 2022
The UK Children’s Commissioner, Rachel de Souza, has said England should consider following Scotland and Wales in banning the smacking of children, according to The Times.
Thursday’s Times: Children’s tsar calls for ban on smacking #tomorrowspaperstoday pic.twitter.com/KfOaEnBSpN
— Helena Wilkinson (@BBCHelena) April 20, 2022
The Independent says “thousands” of Afghans who helped the UK during the evacuation of Kabul are still trapped in the country.
Thursday’s Independent: Afghans who helped UK still stranded in danger #tomorrowspaperstoday pic.twitter.com/qIubja8YDi
— Helena Wilkinson (@BBCHelena) April 20, 2022
The Financial Times leads with Netflix losing almost 40 per cent of its market value after forecasting a loss of two million subscribers for the current quarter.
Just published: front page of the Financial Times, UK edition, for Thursday 21 April pic.twitter.com/OKIYllB1JK
— Financial Times (@FinancialTimes) April 20, 2022
And The Sun dedicates its front page to Piers Morgan’s interview of Donald Trump.
On tomorrow's front page: Donald Trump stormed out of a world exclusive interview with Piers Morgan in a blazing row
— The Sun (@TheSun) April 20, 2022