The Sun on Sunday

The Sun on Sunday is Britain's most widely-read Sunday newspaper - and the best.

Throughout 2023 The Sun on Sunday has broken exclusive stories across politics, show business and crime, all with our trademark humour and gusto, which have all been widely followed by our rivals. 

On January 15 we revealed that former Chancellor Nadhim Zahawi has been forced to pay millions of pounds to HMRC to settle a seven-figure tax claim. We disclosed that at the time of the dispute he was Chancellor of the Exchequer - in charge of the department that was investigating him. The story, by Business Editor Ashley Armstrong, followed weeks of painstaking investigation. The story sparked widespread coverage and conversation across all national media and led to his sacking as Conservative Party chairman by the Prime Minister following the scandal. 

The prime minister's ethics adviser Sir Laurie Magnus's inquiry following our revelation made clear there had been a "serious breach of the ministerial code". Our political editor Kate Ferguson has this year interviewed all of the government's senior figures - including Prime Minister Rishi Sunak and former Home Secretary Suella Braverman - holding them to account and disclosing policy stories which have been widely followed by newspaper and broadcast rivals. We also ended weeks of fevered global speculation by revealing the identity of the woman with whom Prince Harry had lost his virginity. The former royal had begun the guessing-game by providing details of his encounter in his memoir Spare. An investigation by The Sun on Sunday led directly to paedophile pop star Gary Glitter being sent back to prison after he was found to have been using his mobile phone to search the dark web. Our probe was praised by victims of the depraved star. A solicitor for one of them said: "This new information reinforces every fear my client has about Glitter and the risk he poses to children.He remains a serious danger to children and the priority now must be to ensure that he remains locked up for as long as possible. To allow him back on the streets again would be madness." 

The Sun on Sunday broke the news of the Metropolitan Police being on red alert after details of officers and staff were hacked in a massive security breach, the world exclusive with the very first interview with the disgraced Ghislaine Maxwell from her prison cell in the US where she spoke for the first time about her close friendship with Prince Andrew and the pair's links to paedophile financier Jeffrey Epstein. Our coverage of King Charles III's coronation was widely hailed by media experts. A special souvenir edition of the paper with 36 pages of coverage inside the paper on the 7th May, running all of the very best photographs from the day alongside detailed coverage from inside the coronation. As you would expect, The Sun on Sunday's show business coverage has been peerless. We disclosed that David Walliams was suing the makers of TV show Britain's Got Talent for following his departure from the show. And last month we broke the story that Nigel Farage was joining I'm A Celebrity in a £1.5 million deal - the largest in the show's history. The paper also benefits from its Fabulous magazine’s glossy cover interviews with household names and reader favourites such as Lottie Moss to break celebrity news stories and out sport coverage including Goals supplement is the envy of Fleet Street.