The Daily Mail leads with its second front-page story on jobs lost at firms targeted ‘by sharks’.
The front page also reports on Dominic Cummings committee meeting today, the front page says Cummings will say PM wanted to be infected with Covid on live TV’.
The Duchess of Cambridge is pictured on the front page as her and her husband Prince William tour Scotland.
The Mail Online continues its coverage of Dominic Cummings, live reporting the committee meeting as well as news on Angelina Jolie’s custody case with ex-husband Brad Pitt.
40,000 jobs lost at firms targeted by sharks
The Daily Mail’s front-page story is about High Street firms being “bought up by private equity tycoons”. The Mail reports that those firm have “axed” almost 40,000 staff during the pandemic – which it says represents a third of all shop, pub and restaurant redundancies reported by big companies.
PM ‘wanted to be infected with COVID-19’
The front-page reports on what they believed Dominic Cummings would say during today’s committee meeting. So far, the Daily Mail’s comments appear to be true.
Kate’s flare for fashion
The Daily Mail’s front-page picture is of the Duchess of Cambridge on a royal visit to Scotland with husband Prince William.
Headlines from the Mail Online.
M&S will shut 30 stores after £200M annual losses
The Mail Online says the High Street giant sees clothing and home sales plunge by a third in lockdown – but food sales soared 7% following tie-up with Ocado.
Angelina Jolie claims she’s being ‘denied a fair’ custody trial after judge refuses to let the children testify about Brad Pitt
The Mail Online says the judge in her case with ex-husband Brad Pitt over the custody of their children has ‘refused to hear the minor teenagers’ testify to their wishes in regard to their ‘custody fate’. The actress said she is being denied ‘a fair trial’ in the process.
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