What the papers say – January 15

Two of the papers focus on the drive-by shooting which left a little girl fighting for her life in hospital.

The Sun on Sunday and Sunday Mirror report the seven-year-old is in a “critical condition” following the incident, which also injured another girl and four women.

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Elsewhere, The Observer says a rift in Cabinet has opened up over calls for more money for NHS staff.

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Half of NHS doctors are in a “mental health crisis”, according to Sunday People.

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The Sunday Telegraph carries an interview with Labour leader Sir Keir Starmer, who says he will slash “mind-boggling” NHS bureaucracy if elected prime minister.

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The Sunday Times reports peace talks between the Duke of Sussex and the royal family could be held before the King’s coronation.

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The Independent leads with a split in the Conservative Party over how to restore former prime minister Boris Johnson to the position of party leader.

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A migrant centre worker has claimed to have been sexually assaulted during a riot at Britain’s largest immigration removal camp, according to the Sunday Express.

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And the Daily Star Sunday says Dancing on Ice skater Joey Essex is “mates with an annoying ghost”.

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