What the papers say – September 12

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The front pages carry a range of stories focusing on a royal in trouble, pandemic developments and the latest on the late alpaca Geronimo.

The Sunday Times is one of many papers to feature a photograph of the victorious Emma Raducanu, with the masthead also claiming Charles “offered to meet murky Russian donor”.

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Prime Minister Boris Johnson will this week announce the rolling back of numerous “intrusive” pandemic laws, says the Sunday Express.

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The Observer reports Covid jabs for 12-15 year olds are “set to start in two weeks” under Government plans.

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Hundreds of thousands of long Covid patients have been unable to access NHS clinics dedicated to treating the condition, according to The Independent.

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The Sunday Telegraph covers Whitehall analysis showing the National Insurance increase “could result in the breakdown of families and deter companies from hiring new staff”.

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The Sunday Mirror reports Labour has called for an investigation over lobbying after Home Secretary Priti Patel allegedly held a “secret meeting” with a billionaire.

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A nine-year-old boy called Nathaniel gives a thumbs-up from his Great Ormond Street Hospital bed and expresses his thanks to fundraising readers of Sunday People after he was declared cancer-free.

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And the Daily Star Sunday covers “fury” after alpaca Geronimo was “refused a funeral”.

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