Health stories - and more on Fifa

The Sunday papers follow up a number of stories connected with health, while coverage of the Fifa row continues to appear on most front pages. The Sunday People leads with a campaign for the NHS to change a decision on drugs for kidney patient Abigail Longfellow, 12.

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Image caption The Mail on Sunday leads with advice from a consultant gynaecologist that schoolchildren should be warned of the dangers of postponing parenthood for too long.
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Image caption The Independent on Sunday leads with a claim that thousands of schoolgirls have suffered severe side-effects from a human papilloma virus (HPV) vaccine. Government health watchdogs say the expected benefits of the vaccine outweigh the known risks.
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Image caption The Sun on Sunday leads with the case of a pensioner who has complained about letters from a charity asking him to donate £100,000. The charity says "a number of people were contacted whom we had never intended to include".
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Image caption The Sunday Telegraph concentrates on one of the latest twists in the Fifa controversy, an appeal by Prince William for the world football body to "play fair and put the fans first".
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Image caption The Sunday Times leads into a "Fifa files special" with a front page comprising new allegations against Fifa chief Sepp Blatter, Prince William's appeal, and demands for a boycott of the football body.
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Image caption The Sunday Express highlights what it says are "barmy" plans to bring fire services under Police and Crime Commissioners. The paper claims this could mean firefighters are sent to crime scenes.
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Image caption The Daily Star's front page concentrates on a report that Britain's Got Talent judge Alesha Dixon wants to return to Strictly Come Dancing.
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Image caption The Sunday Mirror highlights recipes for summer and alleged misconduct by Premier League footballers on a tour of Thailand.