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The papers: Sunday's front pages

Sunday Mirror political editor Vincent Moss and Daily Telegraph chief sports writer Oliver Brown joined the BBC News Channel to review Sunday's papers.

They began with the Sunday Telegraph's lead story which suggests a convicted al-Qaeda fundraiser is invoking the human rights act to avoid deportation.

The pair then moved on to the Observer's front page, which reports that British women fighting with Islamic State extremists in Syria are encouraging fellow women at home to commit terror acts in the UK.

They also discussed the Sunday Times's suggestion that pupils in some British state schools remain at risk of radicalisation, before moving on to the rest of the day's headlines.

  • 18 Jan 2015
  • From the section UK