The Spectator says shortly after his abdication in 1936, the now-Duke of Windsor wrote a series of letters while in European exile, in which he complained vociferously.
The Guardian says Boris Johnson has been accused of attacking the BBC to divert attention from Downing Street lockdown parties.
The Independent reports on fears for child refugees who have been wrongly deemed adults and might be forced to share a bed with a stranger.
“Johnson’s scapegoats” is the headline dominating the front of the Daily Mirror as the prime minister attempts to save his premiership.
The Queen will not help Prince Harry in his plans to sue the government to get back his Metropolitan Police bodyguards, the Sun reports.
Boris Johnson “will fight tooth and nail to save his political future,” the Daily Express says.
Monday’s front splashes on the prime minister’s fightback from partygate – reportedly named “operation red meat.”
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…
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