A jury of seven men and five women found Kelly guilty of racketeering. Kelly remained motionless, eyes downcast as the verdict was read.
The shortage of HGV drivers should not be blamed on Brexit, Tory MPs are quoted as saying in the Daily Express.
The Daily Express says Nuno Espirito Santo had to delay his post-match interview after Tottenham's miserable defeat to Arsenal as Gunners fans chanted "you're getting sacked in the morning".
The Daily Express says Daniel Craig's journey as James Bond comes to a close this Thursday with the arrival of No Time To Die.
The Sun reports on petrol stations running dry, the paper says 90% of garages are out of petrol as ministers urge calm.
The Sun says MOURNERS have gathered at Moloney’s Funeral Home in New York for the funeral of Gabby Petito as $20,000 bounty offered to catch Brian Laundrie.
The Sun says LEWIS HAMILTON claimed his 'magical' 100th Formula One victory on a heartbreaking day for Lando Norris at the Russian Grand Prix.
Monday’s papers continue the coverage of the ongoing fuel crisis, with many of them suggesting the Army could be used to deliver fuel to petrol stations.
The Daily Mirror labels the petrol pump chaos a "shambles". The fuel shortage could last for 10 days, the paper adds.
The Sun says AIRLINES won't have to refund Brits who had their flights cancelled due to lockdown.
The Daily Express says JOE BIDEN had a staggering reaction to the German election and the defeat of Angela Merkel's CDU.
The Daily Mirror says Gary Neville called for regulation of the Premier League after shareholders amid fresh plan to play games abroad.
The Daily Mirror says motorists were pictured pushing a car into a petrol forecourt as the fuel crisis continues.
The Daily Express says the legendary singer has had what seems to be the longest-running goodbye in pop history
The Sun says he was once one of Hollywood’s best paid stars commanding up to £15million a movie.
The Sun says SABINA Nessa's family yesterday visited the scene where the primary school teacher was murdered.
The Daily Express says Edwin Atema demanded Europe reject Britain's calls for help to overcome the crisis.
The Daily Mirror says Jeremy Corbyn has said Angela Rayner does not need to apologise for branding the Tories “scum” as she was “saying what needs to be said”.
The Independent leads on petrol stations running out of petrol as people continue to panic buy.
The Guardian says that hundreds of soldiers could be called upon following panic buying across the country.
"You're just so fuelish" is Metro's headline. After days of disruption to supply chains, queues at petrol stations and some forecourts closing.
The Metro says Riverdale star KJ Apa has welcomed his first child with partner Clara Berry.
The Guardian says Emma Raducanu is already proving a master of changing the narrative.
The Independent says climate activists have defied jail threats to disrupt traffic on a section of the M25 in another day of action.
The Independent says Jennifer Aniston has said that the Friends cast experienced “hard truths, loss and miscarriages” in the wake of the show.
The Guardian says Labour and the Conservatives have clashed on the issue of trans rights
The Metro says a legal document which Prince Andrew’s team think could sink the sexual assault case he’s facing is set to be handed over.
The Metro says Gabby Petito’s devastated father told crowds to learn from his ‘inspiring’ daughter and leave bad relationships.
The Guardian says one of the less dignified spats in US politics has rumbled onwards as the Wyoming Republican Liz Cheney responded to a bizarre insult from Donald Trump.
The Independent says an emotional Rory McIlroy was reduced to tears as the United States regained the Ryder Cup.
The Guardian says hundreds of soldiers could be scrambled to deliver fuel to petrol stations running dry across the country due to panic buying.
The Metro says between 50% and 90% of independent forecourts are ‘out of fuel’ as frenzied panic buying reaches new lows across the UK.
The Independent says the government is issuing emergency visas to foreign lorry drivers to deal with supply-chain issues - but they will run out on Christmas Eve.
The Guardian says people looking for work can now apply for six months of free broadband to help them search for jobs.
The Independent says a magnitude 6.5 earthquake has struck the Greek island of Crete. The quake had a depth of 1.24 miles, the EMSC said.