Many of Friday’s front pages had to be hastily re-printed late last night, as details of the Queen’s overnight stay in hospital emerged.
Wednesday’s front pages report on the government’s coronavirus vaccine booster programme as cases rise rapidly across the UK.
Tuesday’s front pages continue the reporting on the aftermath of the murder of MP David Amess.
Monday’s front pages are dominated by the words of Sir David Amess’s heartbroken family, who released a statement following Friday’s fatal attack on the MP.
Several of Friday’s front pages lead with comments made by the Queen about the climate crisis.
Thursday’s front pages report on warnings to buy Christmas presents early over fears about toy shortages in the run-up to Christmas.
The stories dominating Wednesday’s front pages include the EU offering a new deal on the part of the Brexit deal that covers Northern Ireland – the Northern Ireland Protocol.
Many of Tuesday’s front pages are dominated by the verdict of two select committees on the UK’s early response to the pandemic.
Friday’s front pages heavily cover the sentencing of Wayne Couzens – the metropolitan police officer who kidnapped, raped and murdered Sarah Everard.
Thursday’s front pages cover the first day of the sentencing of Wayne Couzens – the Met police officer who kidnapped, raped and killed Sarah Everard.