What the papers say: Monday's front pages

Monday's front pages
What the papers say: Monday's front pages

The killing of three siblings in an incident at their home in Tallaght dominated Monday's front pages.

The tragedy is the lead story on the front pages of The Irish Times, Irish Examiner and Irish Independent.

The Echo leads with a story on beach litter blackspots on the Cork coast.

The deaths of Chelsea Cawley, Christy Cawley and Linda Cash feature on the front pages of the Irish Daily Mail and The Herald.

In the North, the Belfast Telegraph leads with a story on a care worker who was offered a job despite being accused of murder.

The Irish News leads also leads with the killing of Chelsea Cawley, Christy Cawley and Linda Cash.


The UK papers on Monday are led by Liz Truss’s pledge to take action on soaring energy bills.

The Daily Express says Ms Truss has promised “immediate” action on the energy crisis, with The Daily Telegraph reporting she could freeze bills as prime minister to help the nation’s poorest households.

The Daily Mirror leads with criticism over the Tory leadership frontrunner claiming the details of her cost-of-living plan are still a week away.

The i carries a warning from Ms Truss, who is the front-runner in the Tory leadership contest, that any plan will come with “difficult decisions”.

The Guardian reports Ms Truss intends on defying Tory warnings to press ahead with tax cuts.

The Daily Mail leads with a comic on the BBC’s Have I Got News For You mocking the current UK foreign secretary.

Elsewhere, Metro says police have arrested three suspects over the shooting death of nine-year-old Olivia Pratt-Korbel in Liverpool last month.

The Duke of Cambridge and Duke of Sussex did not meet up on Sunday despite staying half-a-mile apart from each other, according to The Sun.

And the Daily Star says pubs are in need of targeted help amid the energy crisis.

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