Clashes between police and other people attending a vigil for Sarah Everard characteristic on the entrance pages of Sunday’s papers.
The Sunday Occasions leads with calls for from the Residence Secretary Priti Patel for a report into policing of the Clapham vigil after it “descended into chaos”.
Requires Metropolitan Police Commissioner Dame Cressida Dick to step down after police’s “heavy-handed techniques” lead The Sunday Telegraph.
The Sunday Mirror leads with an image of the Duchess of Cambridge paying her respects to Miss Everard, a narrative which additionally leads the Mail on Sunday and Sunday Categorical.
The Observer leads with the Authorities going through stress to introduce “new legal guidelines to curb violence in opposition to girls”, with an official name for folks to share their experiences of crimes geared toward girls seeing 20,000 submissions since Friday.
The Unbiased carries a report suggesting prosecutors need to “sort out the yawning hole” between studies of sexual violence and the variety of instances reaching courtroom.
Elsewhere, the Sunday Individuals writes the nation is on the “street to freedom”, with drive-through hubs for coronavirus vaccines.
And the Each day Star Sunday leads on the loss of life of commentator Murray Walker.