The publisher of the Mail on Sunday has won the first High Court skirmish in the Duchess of Sussex’s claim against it over publication of a “private and confidential” letter to her estranged father.
Mail on Sunday
Words from the Queen’s address to the nation and Sir Keir Starmer’s election as leader of the Labour party lead the Sunday papers.
Warnings for people to stay at home during the pandemic and stay away from their mothers on Mother’s Day feature prominently on the Sunday papers.
Various stories relating to the coronavirus pandemic lead Monday’s front pages, from political moves to halt the spread of Covid-19 through to advice for elderly Britons.
Updates on the outbreak of the coronavirus feature on many of Sunday’s front pages, with reports including the increasing death toll in those with Covid-19 through to political steps being taken against the pandemic.
The development of the coronavirus leads many of the papers on Sunday, while the Duchess of Sussex’s last solo engagement is also featured.
Actress Julianne Moore has said she “cannot bear” to think of her Hollywood friends, such as George Clooney, becoming US presidents.