Poland vs England: Kick-off, team news and how to watch World Cup qualifier: Gareth Southgate’s men are back to face their toughest competition so far in group I.
USA Today says Following months of rumors, John Mulaney has confirmed that he and actress Olivia Munn are together – and that they're going to be parents.
The Independent says Greg Abbott has defended new abortion laws in Texas by saying victims of rape and incest will have “at least six weeks” to terminate their pregnancy.
The Seattle Times says King County has agreed to pay $3.5 million to settle the lawsuit of a 45-year-old woman who claims that when she was a teenage runaway 28 years ago, sheriff’s deputies left her at a Federal Way massage parlor where she was forced into prostitution.
There are fewer greater luxuries than private travel, especially during a pandemic. Cristiano Ronaldo is one in a long list of celebrities who own private jets.
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A recent study has revealed residents in the North of England were more likely to die from Covid-19, spent longer in lockdown and were made poorer that the rest of the country.
A trial of unprecedented scale starts in France under high security over the November 2015 attacks in Paris that were the deadliest in peacetime France.
Wednesday’s front pages report heavily on the plans announced by prime minister Boris Johnson to raise National Insurance to pay for social care.
The Daily Mail says: Lily Collins has tied the knot with her fiancé Charlie McDowell, with the pair marrying in front of their famous parents in a private ceremony in Dunton Hot Springs, Colorado over the weekend.
The Guardian says the Taliban have announced an all-male caretaker government including an interior minister wanted by the FBI.
The i says videos and pictures have emerged on social media of Taliban soldiers firing shots into the air to disperse crowds of protesters marching through Kabul.
The Metro says four in five people aged over 16 are now fully vaccinated against Covid-19, data shows.
Indian security forces are maintaining an armed guard around the grave of an iconic Kashmir separatist leader, amid mounting public anger over police footage of his funeral.
The star, who was head zookeeper at Joe Exotic’s GW Zoo, was found dead on Friday in New York City, according to TMZ.
The i says Gareth Southgate has shelved talks over a new England contract until the turn of the year as he prepares to lead his country a step closer to next year’s World Cup Finals.
The Guardian says Amazon’s key UK business paid just £3.8m more corporation tax last year than in 2019, even as sales increased by £1.89bn.
The Daily Mail: Sajid Javid insisted the Tories are still a low-tax party today as MPs prepare to approve an eye-watering £12billion raid for the NHS and social care.
The Guardian says a powerful earthquake has struck south-west Mexico near the beach resort of Acapulco, killing at least one man who was crushed by a falling post, and causing rock falls and damaging buildings.
The Metro says the current traffic light system under coronavirus rules could soon disappear in favour of a new two-tier arrangement, sources have indicated.
The i says France will be bracing itself on Wednesday as the trial opens of 20 people involved in the 2015 terrorist attacks in Paris, one of the worst atrocities to hit the continent
The i says Jordan Pickford can write his way into England’s record books on Wednesday less than a year after he was battling to save his club career.
The Metro says Arsenal midfielder Martin Odegaard held an emergency meeting with his Norway teammates in response to the team’s poor performances.
The Sun says: DOGGED by tales of hatred and jealousy between members, girl group The Pussycat Dolls were synonymous with bitching and back-stabbing throughout their heyday.
The Guardian says Sarina Wiegman sounded the starting gun on a race against time as she named her first squad since being installed as England’s new manager last week.
The Sun says: PRINCE Andrew has made a bolt for the safety of Balmoral and the Queen to avoid “multiple attempts” to serve sex assault legal papers at his Windsor mansion.
The Guardian says private rents outside London are rising at their fastest rate for 13 years, research suggests
The Metro says health secretary Sajid Javid said he is ‘very confident’ that there will be a booster programme for third vaccine doses ‘starting this month’.
The Sun says: BORIS Johnson went for broke yesterday with a £36billion tax raid to save the Covid-ravaged NHS and end social care injustice.
The i says the NHS is heading into “one of its most challenging winters”, with Covid-19, waiting lists and staffing issues increasing fears that it will be pushed beyond capacity,
The Daily Mail: Despite the Megxit fallout, the first meeting when Harry introduced Meghan to Prince William and Kate Middleton went positively.
The Guardian says that Prime Minister Boris Johnson has staked his reputation on the £12bn plan. It says that Downing Street is "gambling".
The Metro says "Boris plays 'catch up'" alongside a picture of the prime minister playing Connect 4 at a care home. It says he has admitted breaking his election pledge not to raise taxes.
The i describes it as a "new era of tax hikes" and says that social care costs will be capped at £86,000.The prime minister will not rule out further tax rises.
The Daily Mirror says: A woman has voiced her fury after coming home to discover builders had put a massive 20-foot high concrete wall on the edge of her garden.