What the papers say – April 1
Labour, Brexit, child burial fees and the latest on the Salisbury attack are featured in today’s papers.
Politics is never far from the front of the Sunday papers and today’s offering is no exception, with the latest tribulations of the Labour party covered, while Brexit and child burial fees are mentioned too.
The Sunday Times leads with a story claiming the Facebook “fan base” of Jeremy Corbyn contains posts which are anti-Semitic, violent and abusive.
Tomorrow's Sunday Times front page: 'Exposed: Corbyn’s hate factory' pic.twitter.com/a7rVFhXo8e— The Sunday Times (@thesundaytimes) March 31, 2018
The Observer writes that one of Labour’s biggest donors says he no longer feels attached to the party. Sir David Garrard has given £1.5 million to Labour but says the party he supported “no longer exists”.
The Sunday Telegraph leads with a story claiming that four of the 10 commissioners at the Electoral Commission have aired their views against Brexit since the referendum result – and are now facing calls to leave their posts after allegedly breaching impartiality rules.
The Mail on Sunday reports an MP is facing calls to quit after facing accusations of assaulting their wife.
The Sunday Mirror leads on a campaign victory to remove child burial fees, which the paper labelled “cruel”. The paper says Theresa May has launched a £10 million fund which will be used to cover costs.
Katie Price leads the Sunday People, which reports the personality and her children were victims of a carjacking in South Africa.
The latest on the Salisbury attack leads the Independent, which writes the Government are weighing up the idea of allowing Russian officials to visit Yulia Skripal.
Praise for the RAF leads the Sunday Express on the 100th anniversary of the force.
While the Daily Star leads with claims England fans could be targeted at the World Cup by drones carrying bombs.