What the papers say – April 29
Political temperature rises over Windrush.
The Windrush row intensifies and fears are raised of alleged Russian meddling in the general election in Sunday’s papers.
Mayor of London Sadiq Khan has issued a call for Home Secretary Amber Rudd to resign over the Windrush scandal on the front page of The Observer.
Meanwhile Sajid Javid, a son of Pakistani migrants, has told the Sunday Telegraph of his anger over the treatment of Windrush generation migrants, but urged ethnic minority voters not to abandon the party.
The Sunday Times says it has seen evidence of Russian attempts to swing the 2017 election for Jeremy Corbyn, after analysing fake Twitter accounts with Swansea University researchers.
In other news, The Independent says Theresa May is set to make an offer to the EU on immigration that would see “very similar” laws in place after Brexit, risking the anger of hardline Brexiteers.
The Government has been accused of trying to cover up sexual misconduct allegations about an MP, the Mail on Sunday says.
A member of the SAS and his wife played Prince Harry and Meghan Markle in a security rehearsal for the royal wedding, the Sunday Express says.
The Sunday Mirror has a report about Karen Matthews, who staged the kidnap of her daughter.
And the Sunday People says medics are boycotting a prison after NHS nurses were poisoned after inhaling the drug spice on a visit.