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  • 22 June 2014, 8:04

Sunday's National Newspaper Front Pages

THE PAPERS' TOP STORIES

:: Sunday People

Nigella Lawson's career as a TV chef in America is back on track.

:: The Mail On Sunday

The paper asks what made British schoolboy Reyaad Khan go and fight for ISIS.

:: The Observer

Neil Kinnock defends Labour Leader Ed Miliband, with the party's former leader saying his successor has the courage to "fight a hostile media".

:: The Independent On Sunday

MI6 believe 300 British men who went to fight in Syria are now back in the UK.

:: The Sunday Telegraph

The British brothers who left the UK to fight for Islamic militants in Syria and Iraq are the focus of the front page.

:: The Sunday Times

David Cameron is facing an attack on two fronts on his handling of Britain's relationship with Europe.

:: Daily Star Sunday

A terrorist sleeper cell is planning to use an oil tanker to carry out a suicide attack at a UK port.

:: Sunday Express

Airlines could have to pay compensation totalling more than 6bn to more than 17 million passengers for delays and cancellations over the last six years.

:: Watch the Press Preview on Sky News every evening at 10.30pm and 11.30pm. Tonight's reviewers are Dame Tessa Jowell MP and The Sun on Sunday's political editor David Wooding.

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