Princess Diana’s brother has said he is “not at all satisfied with the parameters” the BBC has placed around its investigation into Martin Bashir’s interview with her 25 years ago, the Daily Mail reports.
The Guardian says Boris Johnson has “ripped up the rulebook” by refusing to sack Home Secretary Priti Patel, despite an inquiry finding her in breach of the ministerial code.
Families may be allowed to meet for up to a week at Christmas, but tough restrictions could remain in place until then, according to The Daily Telegraph.
A “secret NHS document” reveals a COVID-19 vaccine could start being administered next month, the Daily Mirror says.
There are hopes everyone in the UK could be vaccinated against coronavirus by the spring, the Daily Express reports.
The Times says Boris Johnson has told Conservative MPs to “form a square” around Home Secretary Priti Patel, who he is standing by despite an inquiry finding her in breach of the ministerial code.
The Financial Times says the UK is betting £375m of taxpayers’ money in a race to become a global satellite internet provider, competing with the likes of Elon Musk’s SpaceX and Amazon.