A range of tales make headlines in the Sunday papers, from the latest political movements ahead of next week’s Brexit vote through to a royal sorry to the victim of a car crash.
The Sunday Times leads with an investigation into “big tech”, reporting that 30 families have accused technology giants of “abetting” the suicides of their children.
The Sunday Telegraph runs with criticism of the Electoral Commission’s push to enhance its investigatory powers.
The Observer reports that there will be a “mass exodus” of companies from the UK should Britain leave the European Union without a deal.
While the Independent writes that Brexit is already costing Britain £17 billion a year, with the figures based on research suggesting the UK economy is 2.3% smaller than it would have been had Remain prevailed.
The Sunday Mirror carries details of a note sent from the Duke of Edinburgh to a woman who was injured in a crash involving the Queen’s consort.
The Mail on Sunday writes about a witness who saw the speedboat crash in London which led to the death of Charlotte Brown, saying it “nails” former fugitive Jack Shepherd.
The Sunday Express says Brussels is “close to caving in” over the Irish border backstop.
And theDaily Star on Sunday reports on the health of former Coronation Street star Ken Morley.