The papers on Sunday are led by uproar over a “tradition of debauchery” within the Commons, following the resignation of Tory MP Neil Parish.
The Observer studies Mr Parish admitted to twice watching porn within the Home of Commons chamber, with the Labour Get together signalling his actions could also be a legal offence.
The Sunday Occasions leads with Commons Speaker Sir Lindsay Hoyle and former chief of the Home Dame Andrea Leadsom vowing to stamp out the “hedonistic tradition dragging down the popularity of parliament”.
The Sunday Telegraph says the Tories have pledged to make sure half of the Conservative PMs returned on the subsequent election are girls.
Elsewhere, The Unbiased studies Chancellor Rishi Sunak withheld monetary assist amid the cost-of-living disaster within the perception that households had sufficient financial savings to “climate the storm”.
There are fears that Russian President Vladimir Putin will ship an “military of saboteurs” to the UK, in accordance with the Sunday Specific.
Sunday Folks carries feedback from the mom of James Bulger, who’s combating to maintain her son’s killer in jail.
The Sunday Mirror leads with a girl claiming she had a secret little one with Levi Bellfield, weeks earlier than he killed a 13-year-old little one.
And the Each day Star Sunday says a former ’Allo ’Allo! actress has shed some gentle on why the present flopped in France.