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  • 27 April 2014, 9:54

Sunday's National Newspaper Front Pages

The deaths of five British troops in Afghanistan, concerns about diet in British schools, and positive poll results for UKIP all feature on the front pages of Sunday's newspapers.

The Observer reports on comments made by Professor Terence Stephenson, the chair of the Academy of Medical Royal Colleges.

Professor Stephenson told the newspaper that children's health is being put at risk because schools are allowed to opt out of serving pupils healthy lunches.

The deaths of five British troops in a military helicopter crash in southern Afghanistan are reported on the front page of The Sunday Telegraph.

The helicopter crash also features on the front page of The Daily Star Sunday.

Comedian Jason Manford has urged Britons to support the fundraising efforts of cancer patient Stephen Sutton, according to The Sunday Mirror.

The Sunday People reports that Prince William and Prince Harry will travel to the US to attend a friend's wedding.

The Sunday Express reports on the investigation into the disappearance of Madeleine McCann.

David Cameron will refuse to make further concessions to Eurosceptics, despite UKIP taking the lead in the polls for the first time, The Sunday Times reports.

The Mail On Sunday has a report about the Downing Street "Plebgate" row.

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