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What the Sunday papers say
10:13am Sunday 20th October 2013 in News
SUNDAY TIMES: BLOODY SUNDAY TROOPS FACE MURDER ARRESTS Up to 20 retired British soldiers face being arrested and questioned by police for murder, attempted murder or criminal injury over the Bloody Sunday shootings more than 40 years ago.
CHRISTIAN SUES OVER SABBATH WORKING A devout Christian is mounting a test case in the Court of Appeal this week for the right not to work on a Sunday.
BROTHER: I'M NOT ALPS KILLER The British businessman murdered in the French Alps with his wife and mother-in-law physically attacked his brother at their last meeting, it has been claimed.
City D-DAY LOOMS FOR GRANGEMOUTH The billionaire owner of the giant Grangemouth petrochemicals complex, which provides 85% of Scotland's petrol and processes more than a tenth of North Sea oil, will decide on Tuesday whether to close the plant.
QINETIQ TO BREAK UP WITH SALE OF US ARM Qinetiq is set to be broken up after bosses at the former Ministry of Defence research arm put its American division up for sale.
SUNDAY TELEGRAPH: IMMIGRATION, EUROPE AND A QUESTION OF SPIN The European Commission and the BBC were facing new questions last night over a controversial report into the effect of European Union migration to the UK.
TORY PLAN TO CUT GREEN TAX Senior Tories are drawing up a secret plan to cut green taxes as part of an overhaul of the energy industry designed to reduce customers' bills.
MAKING A DOGS DINNER OF CHRISTMAS LUNCH It is the most eagerly anticipated meal of the year, lovingly prepared, served with all the trimmings, and good enough to leave the family hound drooling with jealously.
City: NUCLEAR GIVEN FINAL GREEN LIGHT A landmark deal to build Britain's first nuclear plant in a generation is set to be signed tomorrow, bringing to an end two years of wrangling over subsidies for the project.
ECONOMIC RECOVERY PROVES QE WORKING, SAYS PAUL TUCKER The outgoing deputy governor of the Bank of England, Paul Tucker, has said the UK's economic recovery is evidence that quantitative easing is finally working.
INDEPENDENT ON SUNDAY: COALITION IN CRISIS OVER FREE SCHOOLS Free schools and academies must employ qualified teachers, Nick Clegg will demand this week, in the first break with the Conservatives on education policy under the coalition government.
WHAT'S IN A NAME? £1M It is Britain's second city with a third-rate reputation. And while Birmingham attempts to convince visitors that its £188m new library and the Bullring shopping centre are worth a trip to the West Midlands, its efforts are being hampered by the confusing names of its train stations.
SO WHO DO WE TRUST TO RUN THE COUNTRY?
Voters are more likely to believe that Ed Miliband will bring down the cost of living and protect people's jobs than David Cameron, but still believe the Labour leader lacks economic credibility, a poll for The Independent on Sunday reveals today.
City UK GROWTH HIGHEST FOR THREE YEARS Official estimates published this week will show that a summer growth spurt has fuelled the fastest advance for the UK economy in more than three years.
MOD STAFF 'NOT PROPERLY CONSULTED' OVER SEMI-PRIVITISATION PLAN The 16,500 staff in the Ministry of Defence (MoD) division that buys army guns and RAF helicopters were "not properly consulted" on plans to semi-privatise the agency, union leaders have told The Independent on Sunday.
OBSERVER: CLEGG TURNS ON GOVE OVER HIS 'IDEOLOGICAL' SCHOOL REFORMS The Tory-Liberal Democrat coalition descended into open warfare over education policy last night as Nick Clegg dramatically disowned the "ideology" driving much of Michael Gove's controversial schools reform programme.
POLICE VEHICLES FORCED TO ACT AS MAKESHIFT AMBULANCES The scandal of police cars being seconded to do the work of overstretched ambulance staff has been revealed in a leaked log of incidents compiled from around the country.
CAMERON IN THE FIRING LINE OVER PAY RISE FOR MPS David Cameron is heading for an explosive row with his party over MPs' pay as leading Tory backbenchers today call on him to show "leadership" by backing a salary increase of up to 11 per cent.
City: MAY THE FORCE BE WITH WHITBREAD - FOR NOW When you're chewing on a steak at a Beefeater Grill, having skin removed from the roof of your mouth by a Costa coffee or slipping under the duvet at a Premier Inn, you may occasionally be moved to ponder the choices that drove you there.
RYANAIR ON TWITTER? SURELY THAT WON'T FLY There are no known cases in history of a despised corporation taking to social media and the result being viewed as a disaster.
SUNDAY EXPRESS: JAB TO END SUPER-FLU A jab which gives lifelong protection against all flu strains could be ready within five years.
CHILD-ABUSING VIPS 'WERE PROTECTED' BY SPECIAL BRANCH A former child protection officer claimed last night a Special Branch detective held a gun to his head to stop him investigating a VIP paedophile ring.
COALITION STRIKES HAVE COST £400M Strikes and work stoppages have wiped more than £400million from Britain's economy.
Sport ROY HITS JACKPOT Roy Hodgson says he got it spot on with his decision to give Andros Townsend his international debut - and insists Spurs boss Andre Villas-Boas was wrong to criticise him for doing so.
FAN BASE FOR JOSE Jose Mourinho ducked questions after being sent off for a touchline display of anger during Chelsea's 4-1 victory at home to Cardiff yesterday.
MAIL ON SUNDAY: ARCHBISHOP DAMNS ENERGY PRICE HIKES The Archbishop of Canterbury has criticised energy companies for imposing huge price rises that will hammer struggling families.
ENERGY MINISTER: WE PUT SOME WIND FARMS IN THE WRONG PLACE Wind farms have scarred the British landscape and turned the public against the renewable energy agenda, an Energy Minister has conceded.
NOW IT'S PERSONAL: CAMERON RIDICULES 'MYSTIC ED' IN YOUTUBE ATTACK David Cameron will this week launch a YouTube attack on Ed Miliband and Ed Balls - branding them "Mystic Ed And His Crystal Balls" for falsely predicting Britain's economic slump would get worse.
Sport: CRUNCH TIME AS UNITED RISK ROONEY WALK-OUT Manchester United are running the risk of Wayne Rooney leaving Old Trafford for a cut-price fee next summer after it was revealed they have yet to make any contact with his representatives.
FA CHIEF DYKE FACING REVOLT Greg Dyke's leadership of the Football Association is under attack less than four months since he took over as chairman - and was heralded as a reforming force within the national game.
SUNDAY MIRROR: I SAW MISSING BEN WITH 'STOLEN GIRL' GIPSIES Cops were last night probing claims that Ben Needham was spotted at the same gipsy camp where a stolen girl of four was found.
CAMERON HIRES DRUG DEALERS AS SECURITY CHIEF David Cameron hired a notorious ex-drug dealing bouncer as head of his security team for a Tory Party summit at a luxurious hotel.
LE VELL LIVING IN FEAR FOR HIS LIFE Terrified Coronation Street star Michael Le Vell has called in police after receiving death threats.
Sport: LEWAND OFFSKI Manchester City and Arsenal want to land Borussia Dortmund striker Robert Lewandowski.
DAYLIGHT ROBBERY Blundering ref Anthony Taylor was accused of making a "horrendous error" to help Chelsea beat Cardiff at Stamford Bridge.
THE SUN ON SUNDAY RIGHT TIME... RIGHT FACE?
Madeleine McCann detectives are investigating two British paedophiles who were touring Europe as cleaners at the time of her disappearance.
KATIE IS LADY J IN BED Randy Katie Price has a sex-mad alter ego called "lady J", her ex-husband Alex Reid reveals today.
SAVILE AND 19YR MYSTERY OF GIRL MURDERED NEAR HIS HILLSIDE LAIR Cops were last night urged to probe Jimmy Savile over a 13-year-old girl's murder.
Sport: ROO FERGIE FEAR Wayne Rooney fears Alex Ferguson's new book will turn Manchester United fans against him.
Furious Jose Mourinho could face a touchline ban after being sent off in Chelsea's 4-1 win over Cardiff.
PEOPLE: THE SLUMDOG MILLIONAIRES England's footballers stay in a grotty Rio hotel beside a slum at next year's World Cup.
THE CHANCELLOR, THE EARLY YEARS When you're chewing on a steak at a Beefeater Grill, having skin removed from the roof of your mouth by a Costa coffee or slipping under the duvet at a Premier Inn, you may occasionally be moved to ponder the choices that drove you there.
ESTHER'S GAFF(E) New Bedroom Tax minister Esther McVey stunned MPs by calling for three-bed houses to be turned into one-bed homes in a new twist to the hated scheme.
Sport: MONEY MAD Adnan Januzaj has landed the biggest pay-day for a teenager in Manchester United's history - including a whopping signing-on fee of £5million.
THEATRE OF SCREAMS DAVID MOYES labelled Southampton's 88th-minute equaliser a "sickener" as Manchester United flopped again at Old Trafford.
DAILY STAR SUNDAY: QUIET...OR YOU'LL BE STONED TO DEATH A woman wrongly accused of a sordid sex romp in Dubai today reveals the truth about her prison hell.
SAVILE ROYAL COVER-UP Paedophile Jimmy Savile named the royal family in his bombshell interview with police but any mention of them was removed from the released transcripts.
'DAD SAID HE WOULD DIE WITH A DRINK IN HIS HAND AND HE DID'
X Factor favourite Sam Bailey has spoken for the first time about her late alcoholic dad who inspired her to become a singer.
Sport: MOYES DO LOT BETTER!
David Moyes last night demanded better defending from his side after Southampton's last-minute equaliser at Old Trafford.
WORST JOB IN FOOTBALL Sir Alex Ferguson last night told England boss Roy Hodgson: You have got the WORST job in football!
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