Downing Street staff held two parties the night before Prince Philip’s funeral, claims the Daily Mirror on its front page.
Prince Andrew, The Duke of York, will now defend his civil sexual abuse case as a “private citizen” after the Queen removed his military titles and royal patronages, writes The Independent.
Civil unrest is threatening to destabilise the oil-rich former Soviet republic in Central Asia and the media is desperate to uncover who's to blame and the consequences of the uprising.
The Queen has “cast Andrew adrift for the sake of the monarchy”, reports the Daily Express.
The Guardian splashes on the Queen seeking to distance herself from Prince Andrew, stripping him of his military and royal roles.
Prince Andrew had his royal and military titles taken away after being summoned to Windsor Castle, reports The Sun
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Several Ukrainian government websites were down on Friday morning following a "massive" cyberattack, officials have confirmed.
The Guardian says Covid restrictions in Wales such as a limit on the number of attending a sporting match may be lifted by the end of the month.
The Independent says Cardi B was left in tears while testifying at the defamation case hearing against YouTuber Latasha Kebe, also known as Tasha K.
The Metro says Australia has sensationally cancelled Novak Djokovic’s visa for the second time, with the tennis world number one now set to be deported rather than defend his Australian Open title.
Teachers in France walked out in their thousands over Covid rules to add to Macron's woes - the teachers are demanding clarity over restrictions.
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Tennis star Novak Djokovic to be deported after the Australian government revoked his visa for a second time.
The Guardian says Ukraine has been hit by a “massive” cyber-attack, with the websites of several government departments including the ministry of foreign affairs and the education ministry knocked out.
The Independent says Temperatures in Australia have soared to the same level as the hottest day ever recorded.
The Metro says pop star Britney Spears hits out at sister Jamie Lynn after GMA interview: ‘She wants to sell a book at my expense’.
The Guardian says The Philippine government has defended a controversial ban that prevents unvaccinated people from using public transport.
The Independent says Man arrested over slaughter of British family in French Alps released and ruled out of investigation
The Metro says The House select committee investigating the January 6, 2021 assault on the US Capitol issued subpoenas Thursday to Google’s parent company Alphabet.
The Independent says Downing Street staff attended two separate parties on the evening before Prince Philip’s funeral.
The Guardian says Novak Djokovic’s Australian visa has again been cancelled just days before the start of the Australian Open.
The Independent says Kanye West is under investigation by the LAPD for allegedly punching a fan.
The Metro says The self-isolation period for people who have tested positive for Covid-19 has been slashed.
Friday’s front pages are heavily dominated by the news that the Queen has stripped Prince Andrew of his royal patronages and military titles.
The Guardian says Labor has accused the Morrison government of dragging out the Novak Djokovic visa saga to distract from its Omicron woes.
The Metro says Tributes have flooded in for a young Irish primary school teacher who was brutally murdered while out jogging in the afternoon.
France24 says Huge numbers of French teachers went on strike Thursday as staff demand clarity from the government on coronavirus measures.
AN AUSTRALIAN SENATOR has slammed the Australian Immigration Minister for the visa "shambles" involving tennis ace Novak Djokovic.
Arab News says Lebanon’s public transport drivers blocked roads on Thursday, paralyzing traffic throughout the country in protest against the manipulation of exchange rates.
SARAH Ferguson is "devastated" and "regrouping" with Princess Beatrice and Princess Eugenie as Prince Andrew faces the prospect of a court showdown, it has been claimed.
Aljazeera says The World Health Organization (WHO) has added two more drugs to its guidelines for recommended treatments for COVID-19.
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TRT World says The death of an unarmed African-American man shot by an off-duty white police officer under mysterious circumstances has fuelled outrage in Fayetteville, North Carolina.