Bank of England’s deputy governor Ben Broadbent has said inflation is likely to rise “comfortably” above 5% next spring, the Daily Express reports.
The cladding fire risk was covered up by government ministers for years before Grenfell, reports the Daily Mirror.
The Independent leads with a story about failures in Whitehall crippling the government’s Afghan evacuation operation.
According to The Sun, Prince Harry has been mocked after telling anyone unhappy at work to quit.
The Guardian - ‘Afghans left to die at Kabul due to UK red tape chaos’
The Metro leads with the trial of Ryder cup golfer Thorbjorn Olesen.
Claims Boris Johnson and his staff hosted Christmas parties at No 10 whilst the rest of the country was in lockdown has been the latest scandal to rock the UK government. So far, denials from the government have sounded less than convincing and MPs have come out to confirm the...
The Telegraph says the Government is still struggling to rebut claims that Downing Street broke lockdown rules by hosting parties last Christmas. So far, denials have sounded less than convincing.
The Metro says Dominic Cummings has accused senior political journalists of trying to ‘bury’ the story of an alleged Christmas party in Downing Street – because they were there.
The Times says Police should investigate claims of a Christmas party in No 10 last year, a minister has suggested. Kit Malthouse, the policing minister, said he would “expect the police to have a look”.
The Daily Mirror says Grieving relatives of Covid victims tonight told of their fury at claims Boris Johnson and his staff attended boozy parties as the rest of the nation was in the grip of restrictions.
The Guardian says Nearly two-thirds of London rape victims who drop their complaint do so within a month of going to police.
The Independent says The erectile dysfunction drug Viagra may be linked to a lower risk of Alzheimer’s disease, according to a new study.
The Metro says Liverpool hero Danny Murphy reckons Mohamed Salah ‘might just go’ amid Barcelona interest.
The Sun says THERE was a miniature Harry Potter reunion in Paris yesterday - as five of the former stars from the films met up.
Italy covid restrictions - Police on the streets enforcing latest - Police fine 400 Euro! - Italy tightens restrictions on unvaccinated.
The Daily Express says CHINA has issued a bleak warning to Joe Biden over the US's boycott of the 2022 Beijing Olympics.
The Daily Mirror says A woman has admitted murdering a 31-year-old man who was stabbed in the chest earlier this year.
The Guardian says Tens of thousands of Afghans were unable to access UK help following the fall of Kabul because of turmoil and confusion in the Foreign Office.
The Independent says leading doctors have warned that the country could witness another devastating wave if additional measures aren’t introduced.
The Metro says Ghislaine Maxwell ‘asked teen to recruit girls to give Jeffrey Epstein oral sex because it was a lot for her to do’.
The Daily Express says Gary Neville predicts 'sour' end for Aubameyang at Arsenal thanks to Mikel Arteta.
The Daily Mirror says Maura Higgins was rushed to hospital after inflicting a horrifying knife injury on herself in an accident.
The Sun says KHLOE Kardashian's family has "never seen her so upset" after it emerged her baby daddy Tristan Thompson had fathered another child.
The Metro says A man who couldn’t handle his partner winning £5.5 million on the National Lottery and then tried to kill her has been jailed for 18 years.
The Sun says NEARLY ALL of the UK is under yellow weather warnings for snow and wind today.
The Daily Express says A LEADING scientist has claimed the heavily mutated Omicron variant is causing up to 1,000 infections in the UK.
The Daily Mirror says David Cameron should be quizzed over his involvement in “one of the major scandals of our time”.
Tuesday’s front pages report on the Foriegn Office whistleblower’s claim that fewer than 5% of Afghans who sent emails pleading to be evacuated during the Taliban takeover received any help from the UK.
BBC News says People travelling to the UK must now take a Covid test before their journey, as new travel rules to limit the spread of the Omicron variant take effect.
The Guardian says Dominic Cummings has said it would be “very unwise for No 10 to lie” about social events that allegedly took place during lockdown last Christmas.
The Independent says Two police officers who took photos of two murdered sisters after being assigned to guard the scene where they were brutally attacked have been jailed.
Arab News says the WHO advised against using the blood plasma of patients who have recovered from COVID-19 to treat those who are ill.
Aljazeera says The United States has announced it will stage a diplomatic boycott of the upcoming Winter Olympics in Beijing over China’s “egregious” rights abuses.
TRT World says Social media giant faces compensation claims worth nearly $200 billion in a coordinated suit in US and UK.