Anthony Martial will be joining Sevilla on load for the rest of the season after Manchester United managed to agree a deal - subject to a medical.
Breaking news - Finally! The Metropolitan Police have launched an investigation into the parties that were held in No 10 during restrictions and lockdown.
Australian military ship delivering aid to Tonga reports 23 crew members & aid workers have tested positive for the Covid, officials said.
More than a dozen mutinous soldiers declared on state television that a military junta had seized control of Burkina Faso.
More grim news for the crypto market on Monday, as Spain begins to regulate crypto asset rampant advertising of crypto assets.
The pilot of a US F-35 jet ejected as his jet crashed on the deck of the USS Carl Vinson aircraft carrier in the South China Sea injuring seven.
Bitcoin loses half its value as the value continued to plunge on Saturday following Friday’s cryptocurrency market crash.
Claims that Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s wife threw him a surprise birthday in lockdown also make the front page of the Daily Mirror.
No 10 has admitted Boris Johnson had an indoor birthday celebration at the height of the first lockdown, according to The Sun.
Boris Johnson has warned Russia’s President Vladimir Putin that invading Ukraine will lead to a “painful, violent and bloody” war, reports the Daily Express.
An imam appointed by the government to draw up a definition of Islamophobia has said he received no “meaningful engagement” from ministers, reports The Independent.
The Guardian says Boris Johnson is facing renewed anger from MPs and families over the latest No 10 party revelation.
Metro leads with the story that NATO has ordered warplanes and battleships to eastern Europe amid rising fears of a Russian invasion of Ukraine.
The Metro says Joe Biden probably should have double checked his mic was off before calling a reporter a ‘stupid son of a b***h’.
The Independent says Lebanon’s three-time former prime minister Saad Hariri has announced he is bowing out of politics and will not participate in May’s elections.
The Guardian says Justin Trudeau has accused conservative politicians of stoking fear that vaccine mandates for cross-border truck drivers are exacerbating supply chain disruptions and fueling inflation.
The Metro says Ukraine has received a second consignment of weapons from the US amid the looming security crisis with fears of Russian aggression.
The Independent says The six victims of a homicide at a Milwaukee home have been identified by authorities.
The Guardian says Europe’s busiest airport shut down in Istanbul on Monday while schools and vaccination centres closed in Athens as a rare snowstorm blanketed swathes of the eastern Mediterranean
The Guardian says Watford hope to finalise a deal on Tuesday for Roy Hodgson to come out of retirement and replace Claudio Ranieri as their manager.
The Independent says Claudio Ranieri has been sacked by Watford after less than four months in charge, the Premier League club has confirmed.
The Metro says Reservoir Dogs star Michael Madsen ‘heartbroken and overwhelmed with grief’ as son Hudson Madsen dies aged 26
The Independent says a 26-year-old man has been arrested on suspicion of murder after allegedly driving his car into a knife attacker who had stabbed a woman in the street.
. The Guardian says The UK economy grew at its slowest pace in almost a year in January as hospitality, leisure and travel businesses felt the impact of the Omicron
The Metro says Allegations of yet another rule-breaking party in Downing Street have been made, with the prime minister said to have attended a birthday gathering in 2020.
The Independent says Dominic Cummings has claimed evidence is being kept from Sue Gray’s investigation into drinks parties at No 10.
Most of Tuesday’s front pages feature the same picture of Prime Minister Boris Johnson during an alleged rule-breaking party.
BBC News says Boris Johnson is under renewed pressure after Downing Street admitted staff gathered inside No 10 during the first Covid lockdown to mark his birthday.
The Guardian says Joe Biden has insisted there was “total” unity among western powers after crisis talks with European leaders on how to deter Russia.
The Metro says At least six people have been killed in what has been described as a stampede outside a football stadium hosting an Africa Cup of Nations game in Cameroon.
France24 says An 18-year-old student opened fire in a lecture hall at Heidelberg University in southwestern Germany on Monday.
TRT World says More than a dozen mutinous soldiers have declared on state television that a military junta seized control of Burkina Faso.
Euronews says Finland's former interior minister has gone on trial in Helsinki accused of inciting anti-LGBT+ hate speech.
Sky News says Taylor Swift has hit back at Blur's former frontman Damon Albarn after he claimed she does not write her own songs.