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  • 18 May 2014, 11:27

Sunday's National Newspaper Front Pages

Immigration, sex-change drugs and Britain's richest people are among the topics covered on the front pages of Sunday's national newspapers.

The Mail on Sunday says children as young as nine will be given drugs on the NHS to halt the onset of adulthood and prepare them for sex-change surgery.

The Sunday Times features its annual rich list on its front page. The newspaper says Britain's wealthiest 1,000 people have a combined fortune of 519bn.

Immigration is The Sunday Telegraph's lead story. It has an interview with Culture Secretary Sajid Javid, who says immigrants must learn to speak English and "respect our way of life".

The Observer says MPs are to investigate Serco over claims it failed to properly investigate alleged sexual assaults on a woman at Yarl's Wood immigration detention centre in Bedfordshire.

"Dangerous and ill-equipped" novice coastguards are manning Britain's busiest beaches, according to the Sunday Express.

The Sunday Mirror has an interview with the former personal assistant who leaked emails sent by Premier League boss Richard Scudamore.

The football theme continues on the front page of the Daily Star Sunday, which says Wayne Rooney and Ryan Giggs are among those being investigated over a property venture to see whether it is a tax avoidance scheme.

The Sunday People claims a former Tory Cabinet minister raped a woman on a blind date.

:: Watch the Press Preview on Sky News every evening at 10.30pm and 11.30pm. Sunday night's preview features journalist Christina Patterson and broadcaster Petroc Trelawny.

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