The front pages: Football "corruption" and a Prince's secret holiday

The Sunday Times leads with details of what it says was a "plot" to buy the hosting of the 2022 World Cup for Qatar. It says it has leaked documents exposing corruption. The former Qatari vice-president of Fifa, Mohamed bin Hammam, who is alleged to have made the payments has not commented and the Qatari bid leaders say Mr bin Hammam was not part of their campaign.

Sun on Sunday front page More allegations of potential corruption are carried in the Sun on Sunday, which says it has spoken to a man it says is a football agent who has claimed Nigeria could be paid to rig matches in the tournament.
Sunday Telegraph front The Sunday Telegraph's top story concerns a measure the paper says will be announced in the Queen's Speech this week. It says UK savers will be allowed to invest in "collective pension" funds which will offer more protection to individuals.
Observer front The Observer leads on what it says is a "backbench revolt" facing Labour leader Ed Miliband from critics who want to see the party adopt a more "radical" stance on immigration, including Eastern European migration within the EU.
Independent on Sunday front A health story dominates the front of the Independent on Sunday with the stark headline "Don't go to hospital at the weekend" and details of a study showing death rates significantly raised after surgery on Saturdays.
Sunday People front The Sunday People front page claims that Edward Snowden's leaked documents show that British spy chiefs say the country is "wide open" to terrorist attacks.
Daily Star Sunday front The Daily Star Sunday claims Prince Harry is trying to win back "on-off girlfriend" Cressida Bonas with a "secret" seaside holiday in Devon.
Sunday Express front It's a grim lead for the Sunday Express. The paper speculates that a cache of women's clothes found in an isolated spot in Wiltshire could mean that double-killer Christopher Halliwell has further victims.

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