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Sunday's National Newspaper Front Pages
Allegations surrounding Education Secretary Michael Gove's cuts to funding for extra school places feature in several of Sunday's newspapers.
The Observer reports that the coalition Government has "descended into open war on education".
It says the Lib Dems have confirmed leaked information that Mr Gove raided £400m from a fund that guarantees school places for pupils in order to plug a "massive financial black hole" in his flagship free schools programme.
The Independent on Sunday is also leading with the Gove allegations, saying the Education Secretary's actions have resulted in the loss of 30,000 classroom places.
It is quoting a senior Government source who has accused him of "lunacy".
The front page of the Sunday Telegraph carries a personal appeal from Prime Minister David Cameron for floating voters to back the Tories in the European elections.
He tells the paper they are the only party with a "credible plan in Europe".
The Mail on Sunday says the BBC DJ David Lowe has been told to "fall on his sword" after playing an old version of the song "The Sun Has Got His Hat On" without realising it contained the "N" word.
The newspaper accuses the broadcaster of double standards for not sacking Top Gear presenter Jeremy Clarkson, who it says actually used the word.
The Sunday Times reports that London has more super-rich citizens than any other city in the world.
According to its annual Super-Rich list, London has 72 residents whose fortune is more than £1bn.
The Daily Star Sunday says police in Portugal have dismissed Scotland Yard's plans to dig to solve the disappearance of Madeleine McCann as a "waste of time".
According to Scotland on Sunday a senior shadow cabinet minister has said nationalists must play their part in shaping a new future for Scotland if voters reject independence in the referendum.
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