What the papers say – November 17

Prince Andrew’s interview with the BBC dominates Sunday’s front pages.

British newspapers
British newspapers

Prince Andrew’s revealing interview, the General Election and Brexit make headlines on Sunday’s papers.

The Sunday Telegraph features a main picture of Prince Andrew, but its lead story says every Conservative candidate in the General Election will have to sign a Brexit deal pledge.

The Mail on Sunday says the nation watched the prince “squirm” as he said “not one single word of remorse”.

The Sunday Times has a series of pictures of Andrew on the BBC programme, but its splash is on allegations that the Army “covered up torture and child murder”.

The Observer leads with a story saying Andrew denies having sex with a teenager who claims he did so, saying he was at home after a pizza party when the alleged incident occurred.

The Independent, in an exclusive, says the Institute for Fiscal Studies has sounded a warning over spending pledges made by the Tory government.

The Sunday Mirror leads with a story saying “Prince  Andrew denies
being the ‘sweaty’ nightclub dancer who slept with a 17-year-old.”

The Sunday People features a splash headline on a rape case, saying “Why was my rapist allowed into the country?”

And the Daily Star Sunday warns that flooding is expected to hit Britain in the run up to Christmas.

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