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What the papers say – March 7

The papers on Sunday lead with NHS pay problems and an imminent royal interview.

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What the papers say – March 7 (PA)

What the papers say – March 7 (PA)

What the papers say – March 7 (PA)

Reaction to the wage review for health workers and Oprah’s conversation with the Sussexes are splashed on the nation’s front pages.

The Observer reports the Government is facing a public backlash over its 1% pay rise offer to “NHS heroes”, with Sunday People saying industrial action in response to move is likely “as soon as summer”.

The Sunday Times cites “angry” courtiers who say the Queen will not watch Harry and Meghan’s Oprah interview, while the Daily Star Sunday offers a cut-out “souvenir sick bag” for those who feel queasy while watching the programme.

The Sunday Mirror carries concerns Kate “will be dragged into Meg bully row” over alleged behaviour by her sister-in-law.

Meanwhile, Chancellor Rishi Sunak is leading international efforts to make technology firms pay more tax, according to the Sunday Express.

The Independent says NHS waiting numbers could increase to levels not seen in more than a decade if six million “hidden” patients seek treatment in the coming months.

And Lord Frost has urged Brussels to drop “any remaining ill will” towards Britain for exiting the bloc, The Sunday Telegraph reports.

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