The Sun says CEDRIC the Entertainer humiliated Prince Harry and Meghan Markle last night as he roasted the couple at the Emmys.
Rolling Stone says the Emmys are always the Fredo Corleone of the Hollywood award-show crime family — they want respect.
Variety says the Emmy Awards were unable to capitalize on its historic and diverse nomination fields, with all major acting trophies going to white actors.
The Guardian says the 73rd Emmy awards mostly stuck to the predicted script on Sunday, celebrating favourites Ted Lasso, The Queen’s Gambit, and The Crown
The Daily Express says Will Hutton has referred to Emma’s win claiming that her success played a role in seeing “the Brexit case collapse”.
The Irish Times Emma Raducanu victory in the US Open on Saturday has sent much of the UK into an extended state of joyful delirium.
The Mirror says Britain’s new sporting queen Emma Raducanu celebrated her historic victory by saying she would frame a message of congratulations she received from the monarch.
The Times says booster vaccines are expected to get the go-ahead early next week after data showed that they give a “several-fold increase” in vital antibodies.
FT News says the UK is preparing to become the first big country to administer “mix and match” coronavirus vaccines for its booster programme.
The Metro says Covid immunity is ‘lasting well’ for most people who are double jabbed and a mass booster programme is not necessary, a top Oxford scientist said.
‘Booster shots before world is vaccinated won’t keep UK safe’, The Guardian asks should Britain approve booster doses for broad swathes of the population?
Daily Express says the PM agreed the plan with Rishi Sunak and Sajid Javid. . He is also expected to put together £10bn annually over the next 3 years for…
The Tivyside says the PM faces a Tory backlash over plans to hike National Insurance to help fund social care reforms as Cabinet talks over the final details of the…
The i says the PM has been promising to solve the social care crisis ever since he entered 10 Downing Street. In his first speech on the steps of No.…
The Guardian says Keir Starmer faces pressure from across the party to commit to taxing the wealthy as a way to provide a system fit for the 21st century.
The Guardian says as the gates of hell closed on Kabul, they were among the last to make it out. They landed in the early hours of Sunday morning