On the front page of The Times is an article that claims Boris Johnson refused to take Cabinet Office advice to change his phone number amid concerns about him being contacted by people trying to influence UK policy.
The Daily Mirror leads on the Queen’s thank you to the British people for sending their condolences following Prince Philip’s death.
The Daily Star splashes on pub closures around the UK resulting in a shortage of Marmite.
Around 80,000 families will have to say goodbye to their loved ones at COVID-restricted funerals between now and 21 June, reports the Daily Mail.
The Daily Express reports that the government’s large event trial at the Sheffield Crucible reported no follow-up coronavirus cases.
The Guardian reports that hundreds of thousands of mainly black and Asian personnel who died fighting for the British Empire have not been commemorated for their service.
MI5 is joining social media as part of a “new era of engagement”, according to The Daily Telegraph.
More than £3.7bn in taxpayer cash may have been given out to companies linked to the Conservative Party for PPE contracts at the start of the pandemic, reports Metro.
The Financial Times leads on Italy’s prime minister Mario Draghi unveiling a €221bn recovery package to help save the economy amid the coronavirus pandemic.