SPA Sunday Papers: October 3

SPA Sunday Papers: October 3

SPA Sunday Papers: October 3

Warning: This article contains spoilers for Sunday newspaper front pages. Read ahead at your own risk!

Every Saturday evening/Sunday morning, with the help of the Twitterati, we chose a selection of Sunday front pages for your delectation.

Have we missed a golden front page? Wanna talk about your favourite of the bunch? Comment below and vote for your favourite. You can even tweet using the#SPASundayPapers hashtag if you feel like it.


The Sunday Times

  • Ruling in the ECHR on votes for prisoners bodes ill for David Cameron…
  • …just as the campaign to get Britain out of Europe fires up its thrusters!

The Sunday Telegraph

    • Call of Duty to become factual documentary as the government promises a huge investment in drone technology to fight Isis.
    • England bows out of the Rugby World Cup. (Advance warning: this is a bit of a recurring theme on the front pages this week…)

Mail on Sunday

    • The Mail has led on an exclusive interview with Shaker Aamer, the last British citizen to be held in Guantanamo Bay who has now been released.

The Observer

    • The Government has been accused of concealing a potential £2billion deficit in the NHS.
    • There’s also a lovely tribute to Denis (Lord) Healey, former Labour Chancellor and Deputy Leader, who died on Saturday aged 98.

Sunday Post

  • Scotland’s Sunday Post has an interview with a serial killer and prison escapee, Robert Mone.
  • Inside the newspaper is a magazine dedicated to Scotland’s proudest moments.

Independent on Sunday

  • IoS second edition leads on England ejection from world cup, describing it as a “wipeout”
  • Subs cleverly juxtapose with impending questions over so-called ‘Brexit’: Britain’s potential withdrawal from the EU

 

Sun on Sunday

  •  World picture exclusive of Peter Sutcliffe, dubbed the ‘Yorkshire Ripper’ emerging from an eye clinic
  • David Cameron also tells the newspaper he could lead the EU ‘out’ campaign if negotiations don’t prove fruitful

 

 

 


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