AceDailyNews Newspaper Headlines: Its all about the start of ‘ Tory Conference on Sunday ‘ with PM Sunak saying he will not commit to cut or not cut taxes and no comment on HS2 Railways for Manchester so where is the conference its in Manchester in the building used once for Railways Kindness & Love XX says 🙏🙏’s Lord Thy God for ‘ Common Sense to Reign ‘ Amen
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The Sunday papers are dominated by interviews with government ministers ahead of the Conservative Party conference in Manchester.
The Sunday Telegraph has spoken to Defence Secretary Grant Shapps, who says plans are being discussed for the UK to ramp up its training programme for Ukrainian soldiers. He tells the paper that eventually he would like more of the training to take place in Ukraine itself, and for British defence contractors to move production there.
The Mail on Sunday carries an interview with Home Secretary Suella Braverman, who hits out at celebrities who’ve criticised her stance on immigration. She describes them as “out-of-touch pampered elites” who lecture the British people from their villas and private jets. The Sunday Mirror says Ms Braverman’s approach, which she outlined in Washington last week, received praise in the US from far-right extremists.
Business Secretary Kemi Badenoch has told the Sunday Times that leaving the European Convention on Human Rights “needs to be on the table”, as pressure mounts on the government to tackle the migrant crisis. The Sunday Telegraph claims that Rishi Sunak is set to ignore attempts by the ECHR to block flights removing migrants to Rwanda. It says the prime minister is preparing to use new legal powers if the Supreme Court gives the policy the go ahead in November.
The Sunday Express leads on Mr Sunak’s funding announcement for British towns to help regenerate high streets, describing the move as a “lifeline”.
A poll of 900 people for the Observer suggests that a third of those who voted Conservative in 2019 now intend to switch to other parties.
The Sunday Mirror leads on a special report from Somalia, focusing on a two-year-old girl who is unable to cry because she is so dehydrated. It says the East African country has experienced its worst drought on record, leading to what it calls “crippling hunger”. The paper says millions more children will face fatal consequences unless global net zero targets are met.
According to the Observer, the education department has been “keeping files monitoring the social media activity” of schools experts. It says nine people have uncovered information held on them via subject access requests. The department tells the paper it does not comment on individual cases.
The Sunday Times claims that the barcode is likely to be replaced by the QR code at main supermarkets within five years. The company behind most of the world’s barcodes, GS1, says its replacement will enable shoppers to access a range of information, such as allergens and expiry dates.
And the Sun on Sunday reports that Downton Abbey star Hugh Bonneville has separated from his wife of 25 years, Lulu Williams.