The Daily Mail looks ahead to Boris Johnson’s plans to get the UK back to near normal, to be set out later, and says the prime minister is at odds with two of his key health advisers.
The Times reports that £20,000 was secretly paid to a Vodafone employee to obtain phone records critical to former England defender Rio Ferdinand’s 2003 missed drugs test case.
The Daily Star channels its inner cowboy, presenting Vladimir Putin in a stetson hat to report a Russian hacking group known as “The Dukes” is responsible for the alleged hacking of coronavirus vaccine research.
The Daily Express quotes a security expert as saying Russian spies will “keep on coming” after Moscow was accused by security officials of trying to hack into the UK’s coronavirus vaccine research.
The Daily Telegraph says Downing Street has accused Moscow of a “despicable” attempt to steal coronavirus vaccine research.
Russia is accused of being “reckless and selfish” by trying to hack into coronavirus vaccine research, The Guardian reports.
The Daily Mirror says Vladimir Putin’s spies “are trying to steal vaccine secrets” after the alleged hacking of coronavirus research labs.
Metro reports that Russian intelligence agencies accused of trying to steal coronavirus vaccine research are operating under the orders of Vladimir Putin.
The Financial Times leads on reports that Russian intelligence operatives are allegedly trying to steal coronavirus vaccine research, saying scientists have been hit by malware.