The story of an NHS cleaner, whose children were left with no financial legacy after her death due to her leaving her pension to help pay rising bills, is headlined simply "heartbreaking" in Sunday's Mirror.
Sunday's national newspaper front pages
Sky News takes a look at the stories making headlines on the front of Sunday's national newspapers.
The Treasury has a plan for a government-backed lending scheme for energy suppliers, in order to cut £400 off rising household fuel costs, says the Times.
Labour leader Sir Keir Starmer is to call for a ban on energy price rises this autumn, the Observer reveals.
The paper also reports Sir Salman Rushdie had recently told a German magazine he believed his life was "very normal nowadays".
On Friday, the author was attacked at a lecture on free speech and freedom of expression in New York state.
The Wanted's Max George is the subject of ex Stacey Giggs' anger over cheating allegations in Sunday's Sun.
Rishi Sunak's plea for Iran's Revolutionary Guard to be officially designated a terrorist organisation following the brutal attack on Sir Salman Rushdie, is the Telegraph's lead.
Mr Sunak said the stabbing should be a "wake-up call for the West".
Britain has the chance to become the most prosperous country in Europe, prime ministerial hopeful Liz Truss tells the Sunday Express.
But, she tells the paper, "we need to be bold".
We'll post the front pages here as they come in.
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Reviewing Sunday's front pages are Christina Patterson, political journalist at the Financial Times and Ali Miraj, columnist at The Article.
The Times leads with the stabbing of British author Salman Rushdie.
Salman Rushdie has been attacked by a masked man while preparing to give a lecture in New York state, The Guardian says.
The Daily Mail has a photo of the man it says leapt up on the stage to attack Salman Rushdie.
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