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What the papers say – November 3

The latest moves on the General Election campaign trail make headlines on Sunday.

What the papers say – November 3 (PA)
What the papers say – November 3 (PA)


Stories from the world of politics and celebrity make the front pages on Sunday, with the forthcoming General Election taking centre stage in many papers.

The Sunday Times says that incumbent Prime Minister Boris Johnson is facing “double trouble”, pointing to the twin threats of a Remainer alliance and a poll boost for the Labour Party.

The Sunday Telegraph leads with claims from Conservative Party chairman James Cleverly that some British Jews could leave the country if Jeremy Corbyn becomes Prime Minister.

Sticking with politics, and The Observer writes that Downing Street has set up an “emergency unit” to try and head off winter pressures on the NHS which could damage the Conservatives’ election hopes.

The Independent carries lines from former Liberal Democrat leader Vince Cable who is urging people to abandon “tribal loyalties” to vote tactically to stop Brexit.

The Sunday Express leads with an interview with Mr Johnson in which he says that he will “get Brexit wrapped up fast”.

The Sunday Mirror leads with “fury” from the family of Amelia Bambridge after pictures of the deceased backpacker were posted on social media.

The Sunday People reports that Emily Atack “tried to take her own life” after a break-up.

The Mail on Sunday carries allegations that a painting at one of Prince Charles’s favourite stately homes may be counterfeit.

And the Daily Star on Sunday says that Strictly contestant Mike Bushell has been sent death threats by “web trolls”.



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