What the papers say – May 19

Politics and Netflix’s hit show Baby Reindeer feature among the stories on the front pages of the nation’s newspapers this Sunday.

The Sunday Telegraph headline claims Labour will make NHS staff work weekends to shorten waiting lists.

The Mail on Sunday leads with defence cuts that have left the UK with just one plane available for the memorial D-Day jump, with the memorial bungle dubbed as “shameful”.

The Observer relays words from the Archbishop of Canterbury who urged Sir Keir Starmer to scrap the “cruel” two-child benefit cap.

The Sunday Times runs with a story on Chancellor Jeremy Hunt, who has dubbed the tainted blood scandal as the “worst” scandal of his lifetime.

The Sunday Express splashes with Business Secretary Kemi Badenoch telling companies to stop lecturing people and to get back to providing goods and services.

Sunday People writes that thanks to Netflix’s hit show Baby Reindeer, stalking reports to police are on the rise.

The Sunday Mirror runs with a piece on TV star Tina Malone, whose husband took his own life.

And the Daily Star Sunday splashes with a piece on rowdy German frogs that could drive England’s footballers mad this summer.