Witnesses making their way back home from visiting the Yorkshire Dales National park, have been stopped and turned back due to a ‘major incident confirmed by police’.
Prince Andrew’s lawyers will argue in a US court later today that the civil sexual assault lawsuit against the Duke should be dismissed. Andrew is being sued by Virginia Giuffre for allegedly sexually assaulting her 20 years ago - when she was a teenager. A sealed document made public on...
The Times says a lawyer representing victims of Jeffrey Epstein has said Prince Andrew has a “mountain to climb” to persuade a New York judge to dismiss the sexual assault case against him.
Daily Mail says the settlement signed by Prince Andrew's accuser has been unsealed, and the Duke hopes it'll clear his name and end with the lawsuit against him being dropped.
The Guardian says a US judge is to hear arguments by Prince Andrew’s legal representatives to have the sexual assault civil lawsuit brought against him dismissed.
The i says Prince Andrew must provide evidence that he was at Pizza Express on the evening that he is alleged to have sexually assaulted Virginia Giuffre in Ghislaine Maxwell’s London home.
Millions of families face “seismic” energy bill rises this year, with experts predicting the average annual bill of £1,277 reports the Metro.
The Independent leads with details of a settlement between Jeffrey Epstein and Virginia Giuffre that Prince Andrew’s lawyers believe will stop him from facing a sex abuse trial.
Italian lawmakers will elect the country's next president on January 24 with Sergio Berlusconi and current prime minister Mario Draghi among the top contenders. Even if their functions are in theory essentially honorary, the President of the Italian Republic has a key role in the event of a government crisis....
Multiple NHS trusts across England have declared “critical incidents” amid soaring staff absences due to COVID-19, reports The Guardian.
The Sun reports on Prince Andrew, calling Tuesday: Andrew’s “D-Day”.
Prime Minister Boris Johnson has vowed that sticking to his plan is the way out of the COVID-19 pandemic, writes the Daily Express.
The Daily Mirror leads with details of a settlement between Jeffrey Epstein and Virginia Giuffre.
The Scotsman says Tracey Horton and Rob Beaton have already installed glamping huts at Culdees Castle, near Crieff, Perthshire.
Wales Online says The latest seven-day infection rate across Wales has risen to its highest figure at any stage of the pandemic.
Belfast Telegraph says The victim of a horrific daytime stabbing in Downpatrick has been named locally as Aidan Mann.
Irish Mirror says the three Coalition party leaders are set to meet on Tuesday to discuss key changes to some of Ireland's public health measures.
Daily Post says Welsh Government has clarified the guidance over Covid self-isolation after conflicting advice was published online.
Covid Scotland: Nicola Sturgeon to update recalled Scottish Parliament as daily cases reach record high at 20,217.
The Daily Record says Scotland's top flight are considering an emergency plan to bring back the ‘five substitutes’ rule for the second half of the season amid fears that Covid could wreak havoc with the remaining fixture list.
The Guardian says Prof Neil Ferguson, the scientist who helped shape Britain’s coronavirus lockdown strategy, says he is “cautiously optimistic” that Omicron infections have plateaued in London.
The Independent says Andy Murray has jested with doubles partner Liam Broady about a comment he made about the British star while practicing with Emma Raducanu.
The Metro says Tristan Thompson issues grovelling apology to Khloe Kardashian after paternity test confirms he fathered child with Maralee Nichols
The Guardian says More than 1 million people in the US were diagnosed with Covid-19 on Monday, setting a new global daily record.
The Independent says Sir Keir Starmer has come out in support of Tony Blair after a petition to strip the former Labour prime minister of his knighthood surpassed 500,000 signatures.
The Metro says Boris Johnson has been forced to deny bending Covid-19 rules again over claims he dodged self-isolation.
The Guardian says Feminist campaigners in France are calling for tougher government action to combat violence against women and girls.
The Metro says The mayor of London is reportedly planning to end the prosecution of young people caught with cannabis by decriminalising certain drugs in the capital.
The Independent says A Ryanair flight from Manchester had to make an emergency landing in France after a fire reportedly broke out on board.
The Independent says Chris Columbus, the director of the 2001 film Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone, has called for the release of his original three-hour cut of the film.
The Metro says The UK has recorded nearly 160,000 new Covid-19 cases, as Omicron continues to spread rapidly across the country.
The Guardian says Any conviction that was imposed on someone purely due to consensual homosexual activity under now-abolished laws will be included in a scheme aimed at “righting the wrongs of the past”,
The Metro says The Duke of York kept a low profile at the Queen’s Windsor estate while his family celebrated the New Year skiing in the Swiss Alps.
The Independent says Donald Trump and his two oldest children – Donald Trump Jr and Ivanka – have been subpoenaed by New York’s top prosecutor as part of a fraud probe.
Tuesday’s front pages report heavily on the 2009 settlement signed by Virginia Guiffre and Jeffrey Epstein that was released yesterday.