The Daily Mirror writes that 1966 World Cup hero Sir Geoff Hurst wants to donate his brain to dementia studies after he dies.
The Times reports Boris Johnson will announce that the sale of new petrol and diesel cars and vans will be banned from 2030 and hybrid vehicles outlawed five years later.
The Guardian says a damning report has found multiple shortcomings in the government’s £18bn PPE contracts process.
The Daily Star says hit sitcom the Vicar of Dibley will return to our screens this Christmas.
The Daily Telegraph says Sir Keir Starmer faced mutiny from his own MPs after Labour was accused of “adding insult to injury” by readmitting Jeremy Corbyn to the party three weeks after he was suspended in a row over antisemitism.
The Independent says a damning report has found hundreds of firms have been fast-tracked for lucrative COVID-19 contracts after tips from ministers.
The Metro says auditors claim billions of pounds in coronavirus spending is unaccounted for, with government cronies accused of “profiting from the pandemic”.
The Financial Times writes Boris Johnson will set out details of a £12bn “green industrial revolution”.