- Premier League fixtures this weekend – 02/03
- WSL: Vivianne Miedema out for weeks after knee surgery
- The Independent – How did they let this monster join the Met?
- The Guardian – More than 100 Palestinians die in chaos surrounding Gaza aid convoy
- Metro – Goodbye my old pal
- The Sun – Geri’s husband did send sexts
- Daily Express – This can’t go on! 1.4m granted UK visas last year
- Daily Mirror – How many more are hiding in plain sight?
Financial Times – Scrapping HS2 will hurt trust in UK, warns Birmingham City’s US owners
Birmingham City football club’s US owners have warned Prime Minister Rishi Sunak he will damage trust in Britain if he aborts the HS2 high-speed rail project, the Financial Times reports.
The paper says club chair Tom Wagner has written to the prime minister saying that the current HS2 plans were a factor in the decision of US hedge fund Knighthead Capital Management, where he is co-chair, to invest in the club.
Luxury restaurant The Ivy launches loyalty scheme (and a rockstar-inspired cocktail menu to match) The Metro says If you want
Russell Brand Attorney General warning slammed as ‘worrying and unnecessary’ The Metro says As more women come forward with accusations
Water firms forced to pay £114m back customers for poor performance Ofwat, the industry regulator, said water firms are “falling
Suella Braverman asks if UN refugee rules are fit for modern age Suella Braverman is expected to say in a
Scotland schools strike: Thousands of pupils at home as strikes begin A three-day strike by school support staff has begun
Today’s news summary – Paper Talk Paper Talk: Met Police probe new Russell Brand allegations Many of Tuesday’s front pages