Sunday’s national newspaper front pages

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Sky News takes a look at the stories making a splash in Sunday’s national newspapers.


William, Duke of Cambridge, behaved like a “snob” when his brother Harry fell for Meghan, according to the latest from a book about the Sussexes, which is covered on the front of The Sunday Times.


The Mail On Sunday has the latest from a book about the Duke and Duchess of Sussex and what led to them stepping down from royal duties.


Britons planning to holiday in Spain could have to cancel their trips after the government imposed a quarantine on those entering the UK from the popular tourist destination, the Sunday Express says.


Costa Del Quarantine – that’s the Sunday Mirror‘s headline after Spain is dropped from the UK government’s list of “safe countries”.


The Daily Star reports that comedian Syd Little claims to regularly talk with the ghost of his former comedy partner Eddie Large.


British tourists in Spain have had their holidays thrown into disarray following the government’s announcement that they will have to quarantine for two weeks after returning home – that’s on the front of The Sunday Telegraph.


The Observer reports that Labour is expecting to be informed about a batch of potentially costly new legal actions over antisemitism, days after being warned that the crisis is taking its toll on party finances.


You can watch the Press Preview on Sky News every evening at 10.30pm and 11.30pm.

Sunday night’s reviewers will be The Spectator’s economics correspondent Kate Andrews and Guardian columnist and author Owen Jones.

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