Newspaper headlines: ‘I wanted out’ says Prince Harry – BBC News – BBC News

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The Mail on Sunday leads on an exclusive interview with Prince Harry, in which he apparently says he considered quitting his role in the Royal family, but stayed for the sake of his grandmother.

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The Sunday Telegraph says that politicians could be exposed to blackmail after a cyber attack was launched against MPs’ email accounts.

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The Sunday Express attacks Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn for attending Glastonbury festival instead of attending an Armed Forces Day celebration on Saturday.

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The Sunday Times also leads on the cyber attack on Westminster email accounts, claiming that more than 10,000 people were told to change their passwords after a “sustained and determined” attempt to break into accounts.

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The Observer claims that the government is u-turning on a “controversial” policy to relax fire safety standards in newly-built schools in the wake of the Grenfell Tower fire.

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The Sunday Mirror reveals that former Britain’s Got Talent contestant and singer Susan Boyle has been “terrorised by a group” of up to 15 teenagers.

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The Sunday People leads with the story of a mother who was allegedly sexually abused by a waiter while she was on holiday in Marmaris, Turkey.

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The Sunday Star says that former Hollyoaks actress and Celebrity Big Brother contestant Stephanie Davis has called the police after “a sex tape was leaked online”.

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