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What the papers are saying: Tuesday’s front pages IG News


A variety of stories hit the headlines in Ireland on Tuesday, including Britain’s King Charles being diagnosed with cancer.

The Irish Times reports that the HSE is planning an emergency measles catch-up program for young adults in the “high probability” of an outbreak in Ireland.

The Irish Examiner leads the funeral of a young woman who died in a car accident with two friends in Carlow.

More than two-thirds of rural GPs are not accepting new patients, he says Irish Independent.

Research published in Irish Daily Mail reveals that a quarter of Irish six-year-olds have their own smartphone.

The Irish Daily Mirror and Belfast Telegraph leads with a shock diagnosis of cancer for Britain’s King Charles.

King Charles’ cancer diagnosis dominates British newspapers on Tuesday as well.

The Telegraphthe Daily Mirror, The sun and Subway all report Charles’ diagnosis, which was discovered during treatment for an enlarged prostate.

The Daily Express and Guardian King Charles has begun treatment and will step down from public duties.

The Daily Star leads with a photo of Charles and reports that Prince Harry will be flying home after the news.

The Independent runs with a “shocking announcement” from Buckingham Palace.

The Daily mail says “Charles is so grateful to have been caught early”.

The Times reports that Charles is “absolutely positive” despite the diagnosis.

Prince William will increase royal duties in light of diagnosis, he says me.

And in other news, Financial Times leads with a story about US private equity boosting dividends by “loading on debt” to reduce borrowing costs.

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