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The Sunday Express front page
The World Cup dominates many of Sunday’s front pages – but the politics is still overshadowing the sport. The Sunday Express criticises Fifa president Gianni Infantino for causing “outrage” during his monologue in which he stuck up for Qatar’s human rights records. “Shameless!” the paper declares.
The Daily Star front page
The same story leads the Daily Star as the paper slams the president for his impassioned defence of Qatar hosting the tournament. The article says the president’s extraordinary hour-long monologue “echoed the whining” of Caesar in the film Carry on Cleo – a comparison also made in its headline.
The Sunday People front page
“Come on you Lions,” the People says, next to a photo of beaming England fans – complete with novelty glasses – who have made it out to Doha as the tournament kicks off.
The Mirror front page
On the front of the Sunday Mirror, England legend Sir Geoff Hurst defiantly gives his backing to Gareth Southgate’s squad, with the paper harking back to the famous World War One poster of Lord Kitchener. The 1966 World Cup winner is convinced England can win this year’s tournament which he feels provides some cheer amid the UK’s economic woes.
The Times front page
The Sunday Times reflects on the various fans from around the world basking in what could be Lionel Messi’s final World Cup. Its lead story focuses on the government mulling over a Swiss-style relationship with the EU which it says could lead to closer economic ties but would not lead to freedom of movement returning.
The Telegraph front page
A quirky Matt cartoon on the front of the Sunday Telegraph depicts Robin Hood saying: “We don’t like the phrase ‘stealing from the rich’. We prefer ‘Making difficult decisions'”. Elsewhere, an interview with former Chancellor Nadhim Zahawi is the lead story – the party chairman vows the Conservatives will cut taxes ahead of the next general election as Tory MPs’ anger continues to spill over from the Autumn Statement.
The Observer front page
Singer Adele appears in several papers and the singer dominates the centre of the Observer as she triumphantly opened her long-awaited residency at Caesars Palace in Las Vegas. The paper’s lead story focuses on Labour leader Sir Keir Starmer vowing to get rid of the House of Lords in a move he said would “restore trust in politics”.
The Sun front page
The Sun on Sunday leads with a story on singer Boy George who is still in the I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here! jungle in Australia.

The focus for many of the front pages remains on Fifa and the World Cup in Qatar – sadly not for sporting reasons but political issues still lingering too.

In an hour-long speech on Sunday, Gianni Infantino said European countries were in no position to give out morality lessons, adding that he related to anyone that had been discriminated against because he grew up with red hair.

The headline of the Sunday Express describes his 60-minute-long monologue as “shameless”; while the Daily Star says his “rant” echoed the “whining” Caesar in Carry on Cleo, summing it up with the headline “In-famy, In-famy, you’ve all got it in for me”.

Sticking with the World Cup, England legend Sir Geoff Hurst is on the front of the Sunday Mirror emphatically giving his support to Gareth Southgate’s team believing the Three Lions can go all the way and lift the trophy in Doha next month.

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