Newspaper assessment: Super-rich ‘hit-hard’ and Obama ECU row rumbles on


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There’s no longer a story dominating Sunday’s front pages, but the fallout from Barack Obama’s intervention in the debate over the united kingdom’s EU future rumbles on. Mayor of London Boris Johnson has “raged” at the usa president’s “ridiculous and weird” arguments for the united kingdom staying in, The Mail on Sunday says.

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The Observer stories that US presidential hopeful Hillary Clinton has additionally spoken out in favour of the uk ultimate in the ECU. The paper says it is a “main new improve” to David Cameron’s hopes of winning a Stay vote in June’s referendum.

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The Sunday Occasions leads on its annual wealthy listing and reports that the fortunes of england’s Tremendous-wealthy have taken their greatest “hammering” since the monetary crash. Ten Individuals ranked as billionaires remaining year are now “mere multi-millionaires”, it says.

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“Heavily pregnant women and cancer victims” are amongst more than 125,000 NHS sufferers whose hospital remedy has been postponed “amid the chaos” of the forthcoming first all-out strike Through junior medical doctors in England, the Sunday Telegraph reports.

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The Federal Government is to announce a transformation within the legislation on chilly calling, with firms who disguise at the back of “withheld” phone numbers dealing with fines of as much as £500,000, the Sunday Specific reports.

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The Sunday Replicate leads on what it says is a world unique image of pop star Prince’s ashes being carried beneath a jacket to a car, after he used to be secretly cremated at a ceremony in Minneapolis on Friday.

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Above the headline “Blood Cash”, the Sunday People says police killer Harry Roberts has been signing “mugshots for ghouls who pay £100 a time”. Roberts used to be launched from jail in 2014 after serving life for murdering three officers in London in 1966.