Breaking News - Prince Andrew hearing to go to Trial. HRH Prince Andrew will have to answer accusations that he sexually abused Virginia Roberts Giuffre aged 17 after a judge denied his attempt to have the lawsuit dismissed. Prince Andrew, 61, has strongly denied the allegations, and claims Ms Giuffre...
The Guardian says Longtime Prince Andrew accuser Virginia Giuffre’s sexual abuse lawsuit against him can move forward.
The Independent says A suspect has been arrested in connection with the murders of three members of a British family and French cyclist in a gun attack ten years ago.
The Metro says A nurse has been arrested in Italy, accused of offering fake vaccinations to help people defraud the country’s health pass system.
The Guardian says The government’s operation of a “VIP lane” for suppliers of personal protective equipment during the coronavirus pandemic was illegal.
The Independent says Expectations are building that France may imminently announce it is lifting the blanket ban on British travellers.
The Metro says Prime Minister Boris Johnson has failed to win over the nation with his apology for attending a party during the lockdown.
Expectations are building that France may imminently announce it is lifting the blanket ban on British travellers.
Boris Johnson has admitted he attended a drinks party at No 10 during the first lockdown, saying he was there for 25 minutes.
Paris St-Germain midfielder Georginio Wijnaldum, who signed for the Ligue 1 giants from Liverpool last summer, has been linked with a return to former club Newcastle United in the January window. The Saudi-backed club are one of multiple Premier League clubs who have registered their interest in signing the Paris Saint-Germain...
Arsenal loan striker Balogun to Championship side. The England Under-21 striker Folarin Balogun is loaned to Middlesbrough until the end of the season. Balogun to Middlesbrough The 20-year-old, who joined the Gunners academy in 2012, has scored two goals in 10 first-team games for Arsenal. He made his debut against Dundalk...
Senior Conservatives are calling on Boris Johnson to publicly confess he attended the lockdown rule-breaking garden party at Downing Street, The Guardian reports.
Downing Street staff were ‘told to clean up their phones’ in a bid to remove data that could indicate lockdown parties were held at Number 10, The Independent reports.
The Metro leads on the backlash over “partygate” – as 66% of people in a snap poll demanded the prime minister resign.
The Guardian says Quebec has announced plans to impose a “health tax” on residents who refuse to get the Covid-19 vaccination.
The Independent says The deadly Philadelphia house fire that killed 12 people including eight children last week is believed to have started when a five-year-old boy set a Christmas tree on fire.
The Metro says The UK is the closest of any country in the northern hemisphere to be ‘exiting the Covid pandemic’, an expert has said.
The Guardian says Over the course of her first full season as a full-time professional on the WTA tour, Emma Raducanu will come to experience all too much frustration and disappointment as she adjusts to life on the road.
Poland covid cases - Poland becomes the latest EU country to surpass 100,000 Covid deaths, a number that was surpassed as the country is bracing for a renewed surge of infections fuelled by the Omicron variant. Nearly a quarter of those deaths — some 24,000 — occurred in the most...
The Independent says There is only a “50-50” chance that Lewis Hamilton returns to Formula One for the 2022 season, according to four-time world champion Alain Prost.
The Metro says Newcastle United see former Everton and Manchester United star Marouane Fellaini as an ‘ideal’ signing.
The Catholic Church in Italy slams Nazi flags on a coffin at the funeral. A coffin outside the St. Lucia church was draped in a swastika symbol on a flag and paraded through the courtyard. In Rome, on Tuesday a Catholic church strongly condemned as “offensive and unacceptable” a funeral...
The Independent says Downing Street staff were advised to “clean up” their phones by removing information that could suggest lockdown parties were held at No 10.
The Metro says Tories have warned Boris Johnson’s position may be ‘utterly untenable’ in the wake of the new No 10 party allegations.
Wednesday’s front pages are heavily dominated by the latest No 10 party scandal. The fall-out from the leaked email proved a garden drinks party was held in Downing Street during the first national lockdown.
A BREXIT victory could be on the cards as MEP Roberta Metsola is nailed on to be the next President of the European Parliament, a Brussels insider has claimed.
BBC News says Boris Johnson is to face MPs later at Prime Minister's Questions amid demands for him to say whether he attended a drinks event during lockdown.
Lewis Hamilton's reason for potentially quitting F1 this year is because he has 'lost trust with the FIA', according to reports. Mercedes are hoping their seven-time world champion will fulfil his contract and return to race alongside George Russell for the 2022 campaign.
The Guardian says Andrew Gosden went missing as a teenager 14 years ago, the family have spoken after the arrests of two men in connection.
France24 says More than 80 fact-checking organisations Wednesday urged online video platform YouTube to better combat disinformation.
MEGHAN Markle's subtle hand gestures reveal her true feelings for the Queen, a royal expert has claimed.
Arab News says Yemeni government troops drove into Houthi-controlled areas south of the central city of Marib on Tuesday for the first time in months.
TRT World says Torrential rain in the Brazilian state of Minas Gerais has killed 10 people in two days, according to an official report.
NOVAK Djokovic has ADMITTED breaking isolation after testing positive for Covid-19 in an "error of judgement".
VOA says Joe Biden and Vice President Kamala Harris visited the southern state of Georgia on Tuesday to promote voting rights legislation.