unday’s entrance pages revolve around the upcoming World Cup, which continues to be the topic of controversy due to the host country’s poor human rights record.
The Daily Star Sunday(*20*) and the Sunday Express(*20*) react to the “bizarre speech” of FIFA president Gianni Infantino on the eve of the event wherein he hit again at criticism of Qatar and said he felt “African, gay, disabled and (like a) migrant worker”.
The protection of the Sunday Mirror(*20*) and Sunday People(*20*) is extra celebratory and patriotic, encouraging England to get behind the Three Lions.
Elsewhere, The Sunday Times(*20*) studies that senior government figures are planning to put the UK on the path in direction of a Swiss-style relationship with the European Union.
The Mail on Sunday(*20*) declares there will be a “bonfire of the NHS pen pushers” in an obvious re-write of the built-in evaluate which adopted the autumn statement.
The Conservatives nonetheless need to lower taxes before the subsequent election, party chairman Nadhim Zahawi has said, amid rising anger from party members over the aforementioned statement, The Sunday Telegraph(*20*) studies.
While The Independent(*20*) has experts warning that NHS funding pledged by Jeremy Hunt is tons of of tens of millions of kilos quick of what’s required to enhance care in the crisis-hit health service.
Sir Keir Starmer “will abolish (the House of) Lords to restore trust in politics”, The Observer(*20*) splashes.
And The Sun on Sunday(*20*) claims Boy George has threatened to stop I’m A Celebrity in an “explosive rant at crew after they refused him a ride in a golf buggy”.