Metro leads with the train crash which happened in a tunnel near Salisbury on Sunday. The paper says that dozens of passengers had a “miraculous escape” after two trains collided.
“Heat is on” is the Daily Mirror’s headline, which accompanies a photo of a shirtless man trying to help tackle a fire on the Greek island of Evia.
The Daily Express, like many of the papers, leads with the PM’s comments, and characterises Mr Johnson’s message for world leaders as reading them the “riot act”.
The Sun’s lead story is that Simon Cowell is stepping back from television in order to spend more time with his family.
Boris Johnson lashed out at world leaders yesterday for failing to make commitments to halt the climate emergency, according to The Independent.
The Guardian leads with the COP26 climate summit. The paper leads with a message from Boris Johnson as he warned the summit is at risk of failure.
The conflict between Tigrayan and Ethiopian government forces began nearly a year ago after Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed, who was the winner of the 2019 Nobel Peace Prize, announced a…
The Queen has been seen driving her car around the Windsor estate just days after she was advised by doctors to rest for at least a fortnight.