The Sun says ZAYN Malik has pleaded guilty to harassing his baby mama Gigi Hadid and her mother Yolanda after a verbal and "physical" altercation at his Pennsylvania home.
Young people are facing becoming Chancellor Rishi Sunak’s ‘lost generation’ as they are left behind by Sunak’s Budget, according to the Independent’s front splash.
France has kicked off a new post-Brexit battle, says the Metro. UK fishermen claim they are victims of French President Emmanuel Macron getting tough as he attempts to boost his re-election campaign, it says.
Mirror says it's a "bankers' budget", amid a "perfect storm" of tax increases, inflation and mortgage rate rises. The paper says millions are facing "real pain" after what it describes as the chancellor's "failure to 'level up' the country".
Daily Mirror says a death row killer in Oklahoma put in an extravagant order for his last meal including burgers, chips, cookies and half a gallon of Neapolitan ice cream.
Daily Mirror says the United States has issued its first-ever gender 'X' passport after a Navy veteran has been campaigning for the option since 2015.
The Independent says A philosophy professor who became embroiled in a row over transgender rights has stepped down from her role at the University of Sussex.
The Independent says HS2 bosses have revealed the discovery of “astonishing” Roman statues dug up along the HS2 route.
The Metro says Rapper Fetty Was has been arrested on federal drug charges, according to reports.
The Metro says The armourer working on the set of Alec Baldwin’s film, Rust, has spoken out for the first time since the fatal shooting of Halyna Hutchins.
The Sun reports that Manchester United footballer Christiano Ronaldo is set to become a dad of six - after he revealed his girlfriend is expecting twins.
The Guardian says doctors, medical leaders and health campaigners have welcomed the news that the NHS is to start prescribing e-cigarettes in a bid to cut smoking rates.
The Daily Express reports on the plans to introduce e-cigarettes on prescription in a bid to tackle smoking.
Football icon David Beckham has caused a stir since it was announced he has signed a £150 million paycheque to be the face of the 2022 World Cup in Qatar.’ The agreement has led to backlash from the public and human rights groups over the nation's history of human rights...
The New Arab says A UK media report that David Beckham has landed a £150 million deal to be the face of the Qatar FIFA 2022 World Cup has been rubbished by football experts who take aim at 'tabloids like the Sun'.
Daily Star says David Beckham has taken a £150million cheque to be the face of the 2022 World Cup in Qatar but many have criticised the move in light of the country's human rights record.
The Guardian says David Beckham the ex-England star’s deal for his Qatar World CUp 2022 ambassador role is in marked contrast to the wages of the host nation’s migrant workers.
The Daily Mirror says David Beckham's £150million deal to be face of Qatar World Cup is simply unforgivable. It was good while it lasted… but if reports are true, those Golden Balls could now be tarnished beyond all recognition.
The Sun says DAVID Beckham was warned not to become a propaganda tool for Saudi Arabia today after it was announced he is to play a match in the controversial desert kingdom.
The Guardian says Sinn Féin has welcomed a demand by the British government for progress on the introduction of abortion services in Northern Ireland, as the party denounced Democratic Unionist opposition to the provisions as “shameful and disgraceful”.
The Sun says SARINA WIEGMAN believes the Lionesses should have no fear of battling Europe’s elite teams at the Women’s Euros in July next year.
The Daily Express says COP26 will see the world's most influential politicians gather in Glasgow this year, where they will join forces in a bid to solve the snowballing climate crisis.
The Guardian says Pope Francis has urged world leaders to take “radical decisions” at next week’s global environmental summit in a special message recorded for BBC Radio 4’s Thought for the Day.
The Independent says Greta Thunberg is expected to join climate activists protesting in the City of London today, ahead of the Cop26 summit.
The Metro says a student took her own life after wrongly being told she had failed an exam and could not move on to the third year of her degree, an inquest heard.
Cops hunt convicted killer, 54, who escaped open prison HMP Leyhill as public urged to stay away from him
The Daily Mirror says Zayn Malik and Gigi Hadid's reported split is said to have come about after he caused tension in the relationship by accusing her mum of leaking their pregnancy news.
The Daily Express says E-CIGARETTES, known as "vapes", could be prescribed by doctors to help smokers quit their addiction.
The Guardian says a few days after successfully navigating tension, frustration and inexperience to secure her first ever WTA win, Emma Raducanu returned to the BT Arena far more relaxed and at ease.
The Independent says Rob McElhenney and Ryan Reynolds insist they are ready to “dream big” and aim to guide Wrexham from the National League to the Premier League.
The Metro says Manchester United legend Wayne Rooney wants to see the current players take some blame for the fiasco against Liverpool last weekend, with the pressure piling on manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer.
The Sun says ARSENAL could be dealt a blow in their pursuit of Raheem Sterling if Xavi takes over as Barcelona manager, according to reports.
Daily Mirror says Anthony Joshua has slammed Tyson Fuy's promoter Bob Arum as "talking s***" after he claimed to offer a step aside deal to allow Fury to face Oleksandr Usyk first.
The Daily Express says A former F1 driver has accused Max Verstappen of "dictating" his team-mate's strategy at the United States Grand Prix to help the Dutchman fend off Lewis Hamilton's charge and win the race.
The Independent says Zayn Malik has denied a claim that he “struck” Yolanda Hadid, the mother of his partner Gigi Hadid.