Ukraine to regain control of Snake Island after Russians withdraw overnight. The Russian army said on Thursday that it had withdrawn from Snake Island, a strategic position in the Black Sea conquered by Moscow which had come under Ukrainian shelling in recent weeks. The defence ministry in Russia said the...
The Metro says A FATHER apparently killed himself after realizing that his 18-month-old son he left in a hot car died.
The Metro says THE FOUNDATION set up in the name of Captain Tom will face a formal inquiry by the watchdog after ‘concerns mounted’ over whether it followed the rules.
The Metro says THE IDEA that the country could face yet another election ‘hadn’t occurred’ to the Prime Minister.
The Independent says A PIG FARMER accused of murdering his wife and dumping her body in a septic tank showed her “little affection” and preferred the family dog, a court heard.
The Independent says FORMER F1 executive Bernie Ecclestone has called Vladimir Putin a “first class person” and claimed he “would take a bullet for him”.
The Independent says Boris Johnson has ruled out calling an early general election, as allies admitted that voters would not welcome a snap vote aimed at saving his premiership.
The Independent says A PRIVATE firm run by Captain Sir Tom Moore’s daughter “may have generated significant profit” from trademarking his name, the charity watchdog warned as it launched an inquiry into the foundation set up in the veteran’s honour.
The Guardian says AMAZON has bowed to pressure from the United Arab Emirates and restricted search results for LGBT-related products such as books and rainbow-coloured flags on its website in the country.
The Guardian says A record six police forces are currently judged as failing so badly that they need special help as a furious political row erupted over the placing of Scotland Yard into special measures.
The Guardian says AIRLINE PASSENGERS have complained of “total chaos” at Heathrow after the airport made a last-minute order to cancel flights because it could not handle them.
The Guardian says WATCHDOGS have launched a formal investigation into concerns that the family of NHS fundraiser Captain Sir Tom Moore personally profited from the charity set up in his name.
The firms cashing in on housing for the vulnerable - that's the headline story for the Indpendent.
Europe’s new iron curtain - that's the headline on the front page of the Metro which also features a prominent story on Wimbledon.
Tory privatisation linked to increase in NHS death rates - that's the headline on the front page of this morning's Guardian.
£100m for the royals? … Reign it in - that's the headline on the front page of the Daily Mirror.
Now let’s raise £10 million for Debs - that's the headline on the front page of the Sun.
Charles would never take suitcase of cash again - that's the lead for the Daily Express.
The front pages lead with a variety of stories including plans to oust Boris Johnson and Wimbledon.
BBC News says THE UK will provide an additional £1 billion in military aid for Ukraine, a near-doubling in its support for the fight against the Russian invasion.
A surge of Lithuanians sign up for border militia and taken arms against fears the Russians will invade the Baltics next because they don't trust Russia. The scars of Soviet occupation run deep in this part of Europe. Tens of thousands of Lithuanians were forcibly deported to gulags in Siberia...
Sky News says BUCKINGHAM PALACE is facing questions about why it won't reveal more about the findings of an investigation into bullying allegations made against the Duchess of Sussex.
Euronews says AUTHORITIES in Austria have declared a civil emergency after mudslides cut off several villages from rescue services, while at least one person died after heavy rainfall caused flooding in the southern state of Carinthia.
Aljazeera says RUSSIAN PRESIDENT Vladimir Putin has condemned NATO’s “imperial ambitions”, accusing the military alliance of seeking to assert its “supremacy” through the Ukraine conflict.
Arab News says JORDAN’S KING Abdullah II has called for those responsible for the deadly gas leak on Monday to be held accountable.
Norway blocks food supplies to Russians to which the Russian authorities demand a swift resolution or else feel the wrath of the Russian armed forces. Moscow accused Norway on Wednesday of blocking the transit of goods to Russians living in the Norwegian Arctic archipelago of Svalbard and threatened Oslo with...
PMQs Live - Scotland wants independence says Blackford
PMQs Live -‘Champagne socialism back in Labour’
This week’s PMQs will see Labour’s Angela Rayner face off against Tories Dominic Raab as the PM is in Madrid for the Nato summit.
PMQs Live - Rayner to face Raab as PM absent for Nato summit - strikes, Northern Ireland Protocol expected to be top of the agenda.
The Metro says THE BEST FRIEND of a woman killed in a suspected stranger attack has revealed the final texts they sent to each other in a moving tribute.
The Metro says A MAN has been arrested after a severed head was left on the steps of a court building in the German city of Bonn.
The Metro says BORIS JOHNSON will send more British troops to Estonia to bolster Nato’s presence at the border with Russia.
The Guardian says DONALD TRUMP and his two closest advisers could face widening criminal exposure over the Capitol attack after ex-White House aide Cassidy Hutchinson testified.
The Guardian says A TEXAS sheriff, whose beat largely includes the city of San Antonio, has declared he would not be pursuing those in his jurisdiction who choose to get an abortion after the supreme court scrapping of federal abortion rights.