“Don’t kill me” headlines the Mail on Sunday as it also goes full-page with a picture depicting the harrowing scene of a 25-year-old woman being kidnapped from a peace festival by Hamas terrorists. Noa Argamani is shown in the moments she was forcibly being driven away by gunmen. The paper notes she is one of 60 Israelis, including children, mothers and old women, that have been snatched. The Middle East is on the “brink of all-out war”, it says.
In an interview with the Sunday Mirror, the Labour leader says the money going to the NHS “will clear waiting list backlog”. The paper lead on Its report that Holly Willoughby has healed her rift with her ex-presenter Phillip Schofield, after he got in touch with his support when she became the target of an alleged murder plot. The tabloid writes Willoughby was “really happy” to hear from Schofield after the pair fell out over lies about his affair with a colleague.