What the papers say: Sunday's front pages

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What the papers say: Sunday's front pages

Housing and healthcare are some of the topics covered on Sunday's front pages.

The Business Post reports on warning that the housing crisis 'risks economic growth', alongside a piece on Government plans to expand energy supports for businesses.

The Irish Sunday Mirror reads: 'Quiz bank on DJ Carey's €9.5m debt', while the paper also carries an image of former Newcastle midfielder Christian Atsu after he was found dead following the earthquake in Turkey last week.

The Irish Mail on Sunday claims an 'age limit on mental health medicines is illegal', while the Sunday Independent's lead headline reads: 'Former GAA star hit Denis O'Brien for money'.

In Britain, the latest on Brexit and Britain's Prince Andrew's housing situation are splashed across the Sunday papers.

The Sunday Telegraph and The Observer report Boris Johnson has involved himself in British prime minister Rishi Sunak’s attempts to break the impasse over the Northern Ireland Protocol.

The Independent covers NHS data showing the backlog for surgery for children has risen by almost 50 per cent in two years, with more than 350,000 in need of urgent operations.

A general calls on British chancellor Jeremy Hunt in the Sunday Express to provide the ministry of defence with £3 billion to make the Armed Forces fighting fit.

A dissident Iranian TV channel has been forced to stop broadcasting from its British headquarters after police warned it could not protect UK staff from Tehran-backed assassins or kidnappers, according to The Sunday Times.

Meanwhile, The Sun on Sunday and The Mail on Sunday claim Andrew fears his brother Charles is trying to force him out of his £30 million Windsor home by cutting his annual grant.

Sexual abuse survivors criticise ITN Productions in Sunday People for an upcoming show about newly freed paedophile Gary Glitter, saying it will trigger horrific memories.

Katie Price describes her family’s pain to the Sunday Mirror after Metropolitan Police officers allegedly mocked her disabled son Harvey on WhatsApp.

And Daily Star Sunday says HR bosses are reporting a sudden rise in extra-terrestrial excuses, with staff blaming absences on alien abduction.

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