The Independent writes that a number of senior Conservatives have disowned Boris Johnson’s attempt to neuter parliament’s sleaze watchdog.
The Sun says Countdown presenters Anne Robinson and Rachel Riley are embroiled in a “toxic fued”.
The Daily Express carries calls from Jonathan Van-Tam for people to be cautious to help protect lives and save Christmas.
The Daily Mirror leads with another story criticising Mr Johnson – this time for flying back from the COP26 climate summit in Glasgow by private jet.
“The sleazy way out” is the headline for the Metro, which says Boris Johnson has been accused of “wallowing in sleaze”.
The Guardian says Boris Johnson threw the government’s weight behind protecting Mr Paterson – but scores of Tory MPs refused to back the move.
The Metro says The government has been forced into an embarrassing climbdown over its attempt to scrap the Commons sleaze watchdog.
The Sun says THE Cleo Smith kidnap suspect was obsessed with Bratz dolls with pictures showing dozens of them in the house where she was found.