The Daily Star leads on a change in rules for British tennis fans.
The Daily Express hails Boris Johnson’s pledge to “keep Britain united” as part of a new campaign to save the union.
Six Conservative cabinet ministers and eight junior ministers received tens of thousands of pounds from individuals or businesses with links to Russia according to Electoral Commission records, The Times says.
Retail staff are being told by bosses not to challenge customers who are not wearing face masks when the new rule comes into force on Friday, reports the Daily Mirror.
The Daily Mail reports that the UK has handed China £71m in aid in one year, with some of the money used to put Chinese firms in competition with British counterparts.
MPs are warning the government acted too late to help the arts industry during the pandemic, which could lead to the UK becoming a “cultural wasteland”, writes The Independent.
Customers will be told to wear face masks inside takeaways and sandwich shops under new coronavirus laws, according to The Daily Telegraph.
Metro leads on Kim Kardashian West’s pleas for people to show understanding for Kanye West, as she spoke about her husband’s bipolar disorder for the first time.
The Financial Times reports that a top civil servant had warned the government against investing $500m (£392m) in a bankrupt satellite operator – but Downing Street pushed ahead still.