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What the papers say – July 26

The consequences of the UK’s decision to remove Spain from the list of safe countries to visit lead to several Sunday papers, along with more claims in a new book about Harry and Meghan.

he Sunday Mirror reports that there is “holiday chaos” over Britain’s decision to remove Spain from a list of safe countries to visit, a development that Sunday Express says brings “new vacation woes”.

The same, The Sunday Telegraph reports that tens of thousands of vacations have been “thrown into chaos” by the decision.

Meanwhile, The Sunday Times leads with another excerpt from a book about the Duke and Duchess of Sussex, this time regarding claims that Harry’s courtship of Meghan caused a rift between him and his brother William.

And The Mail on Sunday says friends of the Cambridges have defended them in light of allegations in the book, entitled Finding Freedom, that they had treated Meghan harshly.

In other news, the Labor Party is facing a money crisis as legal costs on anti-Semitism cases rise, according to The observer.

The Sunday people says one of PC Andrew Harper’s murderers made a sneering remark about “I’ll be out one day” after he was convicted of manslaughter on Friday.

And the Daily Star Sunday stars on TV star Syd Little, claiming he speaks regularly with the ghost of his comedy partner Eddie Large.