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Final election campaigning leads the Sunday papers

Boris Johnson's final election campaign pledge. Credit: PA

Election campaigning lead the nation’s Sunday newspapers, in particular the Labour Party’s ongoing problems with accusations of anti-semitism.

The Sunday Times leads with its own investigation into internal Labour documents said to show its poor record in tackling anti-semitism.

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The Mail on Sunday carries warnings about Labour being a threat to Jews, along with Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s call for voters to save Britain from a “Friday the 13th horror” by keeping Jeremy Corbyn out of power.

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The Observer and The Independent say electors could still tip out the Government through tactical voting.

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The Sunday Telegraph reports the Tories have plans to put limits on unskilled migrants.

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And the Sunday Express leads with Mr Johnson telling voters Brexit is now up to them.

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Away from the election, The Sun on Sunday says ITV is set to axe a reunion between two TV stars, and the Sunday Mirror says actor Cliff Parisi was jailed when he was 19 for involvement in a bank robbery.

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The Sunday People reports on a “crack dealer” teacher who wants to be allowed to go back to work.

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And the Daily Star Sunday leads with I’m A Celebrity.

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