- Chaos in the Commons: Who is Sir Lindsay Hoyle and why is he facing calls to resign?
- Shares plunge after undisclosed trades from tech chief
- New United supremo in mood for glory: We can rattle them
- New noisy neighbour in town: Rats Yer Lot
- I’ll knock enemies off their perch
- Ratcliffe on his Man Utd mission: Knock ‘em off their perch
- The Independent – ‘Chaos in Commons as MPs storm out of Gaza ceasefire vote’
- The Guardian – Fury in Commons forces speaker to apologise over Gaza vote chaos’
Financial Times – Amazon uses monopoly to hurt shoppers, says US lawsuit
The Financial Times leads with a lawsuit brought against Amazon by the US Federal Trade Commission and 17 US states alleging that the retailer illegally uses monopoly power to overcharge consumers, hobble competitors, and exploit sellers on its marketplace platform.
The paper says the suit marks one of the biggest tests yet for Commission chair Lina Khan and her “more aggressive stance towards Big Tech, which she believes has skirted regulatory scrutiny for decades”.
The front page has a picture of the former Wirecard executive Marsalek who has been named in the alleged Russian spying ring.
Schoolgirl, 15, ‘stabbed to death after rejecting flowers from boy she broke up with’ The Metro says Police have arrested
With the Carabao Cup back in action, is Brentford vs Arsenal on TV tonight? The Metro says Brentford will seek
Benjamin Sesko backs decision to join RB Leipzig after Manchester United interest The Metro says Benjamin Sesko insists he made
Why is there no PMQs today? There will be no Prime Minister’s Questions (PMQs) today as the House of Commons
HS2 firm ‘cautious’ about taking future UK projects Mark Reynolds, of Mace Group – one of the construction firms of
GB News suspends Laurence Fox over comments about journalist Ava Evans GB News has suspended its host Laurence Fox –