What the papers say – June 24
Health, crime, Brexit and housebuilding lead the Sunday papers.
Health, crime, Brexit and housebuilding are among a variety of stories on Sunday’s front pages.
A whistleblower has told the Sunday Times that a bad syringe design contributed to the deaths of thousands of elderly patients at NHS hospitals.
An industrial effort akin to that seen in the production of Spitfires in the Second World War is needed to build enough houses to meet the country’s demands, Government adviser Sir Oliver Letwin has told the Sunday Telegraph.
According to the Mail on Sunday, the Defence Secretary has warned that Conservative MPs will remove Theresa May from power if she does not agree to boost military spending by £20 billion.
A UK rabbi has told The Observer that Donald Trump’s immigration policies can be compared to historical trends that have led to genocide.
The Independent says it has acquired figures that suggest police are failing to solve a large majority of knife crimes involving victims under 25.
And a group of MPs, public figures and business leaders has urged the Government to get tough with Brussels over Brexit and threaten to leave without paying the so-called divorce bill if no deal is reached, the Sunday Express says.