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The Russian president is raising the stakes after heavy loses, Metro reports.
The Independent’s front page leads with Vladimir Putin putting nuclear forces ‘on high alert’ – a move condemned by many.
The Guardian leads with Putin’s nuclear threat but also the growing backlash against his invasion of Ukraine.
The Daily Express says the situation in Ukraine has become one of the Free World versus Russian President Vladimir Putin.
Mad Vlad Goes Nuclear – that’s The Sun’s headline, after the Russian president’s threat.
The Daily Mirror leads with the splitting of families as the war in Ukraine continues.
The Guardian says The impacts of the climate crisis are proving much worse than predicted, and governments must act more urgently to adapt to them or face global disaster.
The Independent says BP shares dropped sharply as the markets opened lower again in London while oil prices surged.
The Metro says Vladimir Putin has been suspended as honorary president of the International Judo Federation (IJF) following Russia’s invasion of Ukraine.
The Metro says Peaky Blinders addressed the absence of late star Helen McCrory, as her alter-ego Polly Gray was found to have been killed by the IRA minutes into the show.
The Metro says At least 11 people have been confirmed dead in the two days since a powerful earthquake hit Indonesia.
The Metro says Russian missiles have struck a radioactive waste store near Kyiv, narrowly avoiding a serious environmental incident.
The Metro says Anthony Joshua has sent his support to Oleksandr Usyk after the Ukrainian returned to his homeland following the Russian invasion.
The Guardian says at least 30 per cent more coronavirus deaths have occurred in the most deprived areas of England since the turn of the year, data shows.
The Independent says protesters took to the streets in countries across the world on Sunday to show their opposition to Russian president Vladimir Putin's war with Ukraine.
The Independent says Kepa Arrizabalaga’s costly miss settles enthralling Carabao Cup final defined by goalkeepers.
The Independent says Dame Helen Mirren accepted the Screen Actors Guild (SAG) Lifetime Achievement award on Sunday (27 February) with a speech full of witty quips.
The Guardian says The indie drama Coda has won big at this year’s Screen Actors Guild awards, picking up best ensemble in a movie and best supporting actor for Troy Kotsur, who is the first ever deaf actor to win an individual SAG award.
The Guardian says Boris Johnson has faced criticism after much-anticipated changes to visa rules for Ukrainians hoping to seek refuge in the UK from the war turned out to be minimal.
The Guardian says Mountain rescue teams in the Brecon Beacons and nearby residents have been helping out in searches for a missing 96-year-old woman who has not been seen for more than 24 hours.
The Guardian says Ministers are to launch a campaign of “nudging and cajoling” to combat religious segregation in education in Northern Ireland.
Monday's front pages.
BBC News says British Airways passengers call airline 'woeful' after being caught up in a second weekend of delays and cancellations.
Sky News says Immediate family members will be able to join Ukrainians settled in the UK as they flee the Russian invasion.
France24 says Belarusians voted Monday to allow the country to host nuclear weapons and Russian forces permanently.
Euronews says More than 360,000 people have fled Ukraine in the three days since Russia began its invasion - UNHCR said.
Aljazeera says the Taliban is conducting a huge security sweep of Kabul and other Afghan cities, their spokesman has said.
Arab News says an explosion at a coal mine in Colombia’s Boyaca province killed 11 people and left four missing, the ANM said.