What the papers say – June 6

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A landmark global tax deal, plans to vaccinate all 12-year-olds and the Cambridges helping to rescue the Union are among the stories leading the Sunday papers.

A “seismic tax deal” which will “end the legal tax avoidance by online giants” leads the Sunday Express, with the paper carrying the headline “Britain steps up to lead the world”.

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The Sunday Mirror also leads on the deal brokered by the G7 group of advanced economies, with Labour calling for the £7.9 billion raised to go towards hospitals and schools.

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The Sunday Times writes the royals are fearful that politicians are “losing Scotland” and the palace has drawn up plans for the Cambridges to build on the success of a recent visit to the country.

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The Sunday Telegraph says August is the date from which children will be given Covid jabs with Health Secretary Matt Hancock telling the paper a “huge proportion” of recent cases are in youngsters.

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Sticking with vaccines, and The Observer leads with Prime Minister Boris Johnson being told progress on climate change could be held back if developing nations do not share jabs.

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The Independent says a “significant majority” of people are worried about the plans to lift remaining Covid restrictions by June 21.

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The Mail on Sunday leads with calls from Home Secretary Priti Patel for social media firms to remove posts which “glamourise” illegal crossings of the Channel.

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The Sunday People writes police have a “new clue” on the disappearance of Madeleine McCann.

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And the Daily Star on Sunday says John Barrowman will no longer be treading the boards in panto this year.

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