What the papers say - June 17

A £20 billion funding promise for the NHS leads the agenda on Sunday.

The story of Billy Caldwell also features on many of the front pages after the 12-year-old's cannabis epilepsy treatment was returned by Home Office officials.

The Mail on Sunday says Theresa May's "extraordinary" health service pledge is her "boldest move since calling the last election".

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The Sunday Telegraph says the promise, which far outstrips Boris Johnson's infamous Brexit campaign bus pledge, signals an insistence that the UK will leave the EU next year.

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The Sunday Express says the boost is a "victory for EU leavers".

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However the PM will ask taxpayers to fund part of the "massive" injection of extra cash, The Observer reports.

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The Sunday People leads with Billy, whose mother Charlotte Caldwell has vowed to fight for his therapeutic cannabis treatment to be made available to other children with similar conditions.

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In other news, the Sunday Times says figures suggest that fewer than 5% of street robberies and burglaries are being solved by police.

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Pop star Sinitta has told the Sunday Mirror how Simon Cowell confronted a man who had forced himself on her during an incident at his holiday villa.

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