The Daily Mirror describes Diego Maradona as “a hero, a villain, a cheat and a genius” following his death.
The Times leads with news that the COVID pandemic will cost the British economy three years of growth.
The chancellor’s promise to get Britain through the financial pain of the coronavirus pandemic is on the front of the Daily Express.
The UK economy is set for its biggest slump in 300 years, The Guardian reports.
The Daily Star leads with news of the death of Argentinian footballer Diego Maradona.
Chancellor Rishi Sunak says Britain’s economic emergency has only just begun – that’s on the front of The Daily Telegraph.
There is long-term COVID pain ahead, according to the Financial Times, as borrowing hits £394bn.
Metro leads with tributes for footballer Diego Maradona, who has died from a heart attack at the age of 60.