The Daily Mirror reports on Wednesday night’s Commons vote, which saw Conservative MPs reject extending the free school meals provision – a campaign led by footballer Marcus Rashford.
The rise in COVID-19 infections has slowed down, according to The Times, which says that young people have been frightened into following social distancing rules.
The Daily Express says that the EU talks will resume next week, after the bloc agreed to back down over demands to respect UK sovereignty.
The officer leading the national policing response to the pandemic has told MPs that the tier system is still too complicated, according to the Daily Mail.
The Guardian reports that the government is facing criticism over plans to deport rough sleepers after the Brexit transition period.
The Daily Telegraph says that staff that work at more than one care home will be told to limit themselves to just one site, in an effort to stem the spread of coronavirus.
The Test and Trace service has been forced to bring in untrained staff to cover roles usually performed by people with medical backgrounds, according to The Independent.
In a historic move, the Pope has given his blessing on same-sex civil partnerships, saying gay people should be protected by law – that’s on the front of the Metro.
The Financial Times reports that sterling has rallied over the news that Brexit talks will start again next week, in the hope a deal can be made.