Questions over whether the prime minister has lost his grip have been circulating online and in the media since his bizarre, rambling speech at the CBI.
According to The Sun, I'm A Celebrity...Get Me Out Of Here bosses fear there could be an exodus after TV presenter Richard Madeley was forced to leave the show.
The Guardian writes that six countries in southern Africa have been placed on England's red travel list over concern on what is feared to be the worst coronavirus variant yet identified.
The Daily Mirror leads with an image of a makeshift boat that takes migrants across the Channel.
Prime Minister Boris Johnson has rejected pleas to provide safe routes for refugees to reach the UK from continental Europe, The Independent writes.
Just over a day after migrants drowned in the Channel, the Metro leads on more asylum seekers trying to make the dangerous journey for a "better life" in the UK.
The Guardian says Google’s Irish subsidiary has agreed to pay €218m (£183m) in back taxes to the Irish government, according to company filings.
The Independent says Comedian Dave Chappelle made a surprise visit to his former school in Washington DC on Tuesday.
The Metro says Two more energy firms have gone under in another grim day for the sector.
The Sun says THEY say you're more likely to be struck by lightning than win the lottery.
The Daily Express says Tottenham fell to an embarrassing 2-1 defeat to Slovenian minnows NS Mura in the Europa Conference League on Thursday.
The Daily Mirror says Hugh Hefner 's son Cooper Hefner has announced he and wife Harry Potter star Scarlett Byrne are expecting twins.
The Guardian says Three people have appeared in court in Scotland charged with the murder of the 14-year-old schoolgirl Caroline Glachan in 1996.
The Metro says A man has been charged with murder after a ‘kind-hearted and generous’ grandma, 65, was found dead in her home in Wales.
The Sun says A MUSICIAN has today been charged with the murder an 18-year-old girl who vanished on her way to meet her boyfriend.
The Daily Express says NIGEL FARAGE has been tipped to become the next Prime Minister, as Boris Johnson has been issued a warning over his immigration policy.
The Daily Mirror says Britain is set to be battered by snow, blizzards and gales of up to 80mph from Storm Arwen this weekend with 'danger to life' warnings in place and fears over travel chaos.
The Independent says a 12-year-old girl, Ava White, was stabbed to death in Liverpool city centre on Thursday night.
The Sun says SOUTH Africa is among six countries set to be slapped with a travel ban in a desperate bid to halt the arrival of a terrifying new Covid strain.
The Daily Express says EXTINCTION Rebellion activists are staging protests at Amazon warehouses across the country on Black Friday.
The Daily Mirror says Drivers on five London Tube lines have gone on strike on Friday - causing widespread problems.
Coverage of the English Channel migrant situation continues to dominate the front pages.
A man has been charged with murder in relation to the disappearance of Plymouth 18-year-old Bobbi-Anne McLeod.
BBC News says Travellers arriving in England from several southern African countries will have to quarantine amid warnings over a new coronavirus variant.
France24 says Britain and France were looking at new measures to limit migration across the Channel and break people-smuggling networks.
The Metro says One of the men arrested in the aftermath of the disappearance of Bobbi-Anne McLeod has been released without charge.
France24 says Morocco has decided to suspend flights to and from France, where daily coronavirus infections are rising, the foreign ministry said on Thursday.
The Guardian says Solomon Islands PM Manasseh Sogavare has blamed foreign interference over his government’s decision to switch alliances from Taiwan to Beijing for anti-government protests.
The Independent says a TV crew reporting on smash-and-grab raids in California were attacked by robbers who shot their security guard.
BBC Sport says Former Australia Test captain Tim Paine is set to miss the Ashes series against England after announcing he will take an immediate break from cricket.