The Financial Times reports on the US House of Representatives moving to impeach President Donald Trump, with German Chancellor Angela Merkel criticising Twitter for banning him from the platform.You can read more from the US here.
The Financial Times leads with the same story, saying Britain has been warned to prepare for a long haul out of the COVID-19 crisis, as the prime minster revealed one million people in England now had the virus.
The Financial Times reports that the UK is in a “very dangerous situation” in its battle against coronavirus, facing a “grim and depressing picture” of rising infections and deaths as millions were placed under tighter restrictions.
The Financial Times reports that investment banks across the world generated a record $124.5bn (£92.2bn) in fees this year as companies raced to raise money in order to survive the coronavirus pandemic.
The Financial Times says the EU and China are close to reaching a long-awaited business investment deal as Brussels seeks to boost opportunities for European companies to operate in the Chinese market.