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Published 29/05/2016

SUNDAY TELEGRAPH:

CAMERON 'TOO RICH' TO CARE ABOUT MIGRATION

David Cameron and other leading pro-Europeans do not care about the effects of mass migration on working families because they are so rich, a Cabinet minister suggests today.

NATO GENERALS: 'IN' VOTE VITAL

Four former Nato military commanders have urged voters to recognise the "vital importance" of British leadership in the European Union and support retaining membership next month.

BOOKS ARE NOW STATUS SYMBOLS

They have long been a way of enriching our minds, but books have also become a way of showing off our taste.

DAILY STAR SUNDAY:

FREED TO KILL AGAIN

A shocking number of murderers and violent criminals have been released from life jail terms only to be sent back inside for life for committing another sick crime.

A HOL LOT OF LONG DELAYS

Bank holiday traffic led to chaos for motorists yesterday and is set to cause more misery.

PUB BLAST SPY CLAIM 'POSSIBLE'

An ex-head of IRA intelligence says a claim that a British spy knew about the Birmingham pub bombings was "very credible".

MAIL ON SUNDAY:

QUEEN'S ENVOY IN HONOURS SCANDAL

The new political head of the Commonwealth, Baroness Scotland, has become entangled in an extraordinary row over abuse of the honours system.

CLASH DERAILS BLAIR 'CHARM OFFENSIVE'

A charm offensive by Tony Blair in the run-up to the Chilcot report's publication came unstuck yesterday as he faced a grilling by the BBC's Emily Maitlis.

ZIKA EXPERT WARN BRITONS TO 'THINK TWICE' ABOUT TRIPS TO DISNEY WORLD

A leading British expert has warned pregnant women and couples looking to conceive to 'think twice' about travelling to parts of the US - including Florida, home to Walt Disney World - because of the growing threat of the Zika virus.

SUNDAY PEOPLE:

BLAIR RUBBISHES CORBYN

Tony Blair yesterday branded the prospect of Jeremy Corbyn in No.10 as "a very dangerous experiment".

ELECTION IN 'OCTOBER'

Britain faces a General Election in October unless David Cameron delivers a thumping majority to stay in Europe.

DALE 'N HEARTY

Emmerdale was named Best British Soap for the first time last night.

SUNDAY MIRROR:

JOHNNY DEPP: SHE JUST WANTS MY MILLIONS

Johnny Depp has slammed wife Amber Heard's assault claim and insisted she was simply after his money.

I'LL MISS MY SON'S BIGGEST MOMENT

The dad of Britain's Got Talent sensation Jamie Gilpin has told of his heartache at being barred from last night's live finals.

FALLUJAH BATTLE RAGING AS IS HIDE AMID 500,000 HOSTAGES

The battle for Fallujah intensified last night as Iraq's army blitzed Islamic State jihadis holding 50,000 civilians hostage.

SUNDAY EXPRESS:

PROTEIN JAB TO STOP HEART ATTACKS

Heart attack survivors at risk of a fatal repeat seizure have gained a new hold on life.

DOCTORS FACE DELUGE WHEN CHEMISTS ARE CLOSED DOWN

Over-stretched family doctors are set to be overwhelmed by patients demanding millions of extra appointments year under controversial Government plans to slash the number of high street chemists.

GEAR CHANGE? NAH, SAME MODEL

Top Gear fans tuning in to the much-anticipated new version of their favourite programme on BBC Two tonight could be forgiven for having a sense of deja vu.

SUNDAY TIMES:

BORIS AND GOVE LASH CAMERON ON IMMIGRATION

Michael Gove and Boris Johnson have issued a direct challenge to David Cameron's authority, branding the prime minister's failed pledge to curb immigration "corrosive of public trust".

PLASTIC FIVERS END ERA OF DIRTY MONEY

The Bank of England is not an institution normally associated with laundering money.

MUSIC FESTIVAL ON TERROR ALERT

Music festivals, big sports venues and nightclubs have been placed on "high alert" for potential Isis suicide attacks, one of Britain's most senior anti-terrorism officers has revealed.

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