The Times predicts a resolution to the government’s coronavirus stand-off with Manchester thanks to pressure from “senior Tories”, who have sided with the region’s Labour mayor, Andy Burnham, including local MP and Tory grandee Sir Graham Brady.
The Daily Star goes with predictions the UK is facing a fortnight of freezing weather.
The Daily Express says a coronavirus vaccine may be ready for health workers by the end of the year. More on that story here.
The Daily Mail reports on what it calls an “extraordinary intervention” over the Brexit bill by five Anglican archbishops, who say it sets a “disastrous precedent”.
The Daily Mirror says it has received the backing of political leaders for its campaign for a national two-minute silence on Remembrance Sunday.
The Guardian reports on a leaked NHS document warning of an imminent shortage of hospital beds for people seriously ill with COVID-19 in Greater Manchester. The full story is here.
The Daily Telegraph reports on what it calls the “devastating” impact of the coronavirus on other illnesses, saying hospital admissions for 200 problems have fallen by up to 90%.
The i leads on predictions by the government’s scientific advisers that coronavirus vaccines will not be available until after Christmas. There’s more on that story here.
The Financial Times leads on a warning that further economic woes lie ahead due to the pandemic.
The Metro leads on a call by Greater Manchester mayor Andy Burnham to put decisions on bailouts for individual areas to be decided by MPs. The full story is here.