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 Guardian says SWATHES of empty seats on Wimbledon’s Centre Court have been blamed on hospitality guests wining and dining rather than watching the tennis.
Tory privatisation linked to increase in NHS death rates – that’s the headline on the front page of this morning’s Guardian.
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.
The Guardian says A MAN has been charged with the murder of Zara Aleena, who died after being attacked in an east London street.
The Guardian says China would be making “a catastrophic miscalculation” if it invaded Taiwan, Liz Truss has said, telling the Nato summit that the UK and other countries should reconsider trading relationships with countries that used economic power in “coercive” ways.
The Guardian says DAME DEBORAH JAMES, the headteacher turned podcaster who raised millions of pounds for charity with her campaigning to raise awareness of bowel cancer, has died, her family has said.
Sturgeon in bid for new referendum in late 2023 – that’s on the front splash of the Guardian which leads with Nicola Sturgeon’s announcement.
The Guardian says FORTY-SIX PEOPLE were found dead and 16 others were taken to hospital after being found inside a tractor-trailer rig on Monday on a remote back road in south-west San Antonio, Texas officials have said.
The Guardian says WORLD LEADERS have denounced Russia’s deadly strike on a shopping centre in the Ukrainian city of Kremenchuk as “abominable” and a war crime.
The Guardian says A MAN has been arrested on suspicion of murder after a 35-year-old woman was beaten to death in a London street.
The Guardian says THE PANDEMIC has had a lasting legacy on the mental health of the “Covid generation” of students, exacerbating rates of anxiety, depression and self-harm and resulting in a “significant rise” in young people struggling at university, experts have said.
The Guardian says PROPOSED legislation to allow the UK to unilaterally rip up Brexit arrangements for Northern Ireland at the risk of a trade war with the EU passed the second reading stage in the House of Commons on Monday night.
Prospect of strike grows as doctors eye 30% pay deal – that’s the headline on the front splash of The Guardian.
The Guardian says CRIMINAL BARRISTERS in England and Wales are to begin a strike over legal aid fees on Monday, as they warn the profession is facing an “existential crisis” because of inadequate funding.
The Guardian says AT LEAST four people were killed and hundreds injured in Colombia on Sunday after spectator stands at a bullfight collapsed, authorities said.
The Guardian says PRINCE CHARLES faced fresh controversy over the funding of his charities on Sunday, with calls for the government and the Charity Commission to investigate claims he accepted €3m in cash from a billionaire Qatari sheikh.
The Guardian says RELATIVES AND FRIENDS of six children who died in Northern Ireland’s Troubles are to share their stories in a special presentation to MPs at Westminster.
The Guardian says DIANA ROSS makes quite an entrance to the Pyramid stage’s traditional Sunday afternoon “legends” slot.
Do not give ground on Ukraine, PM tells leaders – that’s the Guardian’s take on the G7 meeting.
The Guardian says THE Republicans Matt Gaetz and Mo Brooks sought a blanket pardon of members of Congress involved in Donald Trump’s attempt to overturn his defeat.
The Guardian says THE LIBERAL DEMOCRAT victory in the Tiverton and Honiton byelection was spectacular.
The Guardian says SCORES OF PROTESTERS have congregated outside the offices of Brazil’s Indigenous protection agency Funai in the riverside town of Atalaia do Norte.
The Guardian says CABINET SECRETARY Simon Case has admitted discussing “opportunities” for the prime minister’s wife, Carrie Johnson.
The Guardian says OLIVER DOWDEN has resigned as Conservative chair after the party’s disastrous double byelection losses in Wakefield and in Tiverton and Honiton, saying someone “must take responsibility” for a recent run of poor results.
Airport staff vote to strike as threat of disruption widens – that’s the Guardian’s take on the upcoming BA strikes set to disrupt travel.
Talk to end rail dispute end in acrimony – that’s the headline of the Guardian.
The Guardian says EIGHT people who took care of the Argentinian football superstar Diego Maradona will be tried for homicide.
The Guardian says A LEADING NHS hospital failed to publicly disclose that four very ill premature babies in its care were infected with a deadly bacterium, one of whom died soon after.
The Guardian says GHISLAINE MAXWELL should get at least 30 years’ imprisonment for sex trafficking when she is sentenced next week for her role in facilitating the abuse of teenage girls by Jeffrey Epstein.
The Guardian says ANITA ALVAREZ was at the centre of a dramatic episode at the world swimming championships in Budapest on Wednesday.