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What the papers say – 5 February

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Sunday’s papers feature commentary on former prime minister Liz Truss’ dramatic fall from politics, including an interview with a woman who claims the Duke of Sussex took his virginity.

The Sunday Telegraph has Ms Truss’ first detailed comments since she was forced out of No 10, with the former Tory leader saying her party and a “strong economic body” did not give her a “realistic chance” of implementing her radical tax-cutting agenda.

The Mail on Sunday and The Sun on Sunday have interviews with Sasha Walpole who claims she is the woman to whom Prince Harry lost his virginity, later describing the episode as “literally a wham-bam between two friends”.

The Sunday Mirror reports that a Conservative MP’s housekeeper claims she was treated like a slave, endured insults, broke down in tears and had to take legal action against the politician’s wife to get paid.

Doctors have warned that the decision to scrap long-term cancer strategies means thousands of lives are at risk, according to the Sunday Express.

Prime Minister Rishi Sunak is set to pull Britain out of the European Convention on Human Rights over his plans to tackle illegal immigration, the Sunday Times said.

The Daily Star Sunday reported that police had to attend the scene as a crowd gathered outside the bail hostel where released pop pedophile Gary Glitter is staying.

And The Independent carried “shocking accounts” of Home Office staff and asylum seekers being handcuffed and restrained by private contractors after self-harming while detained at Manston migrant processing center in Kent.

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