The Times reports on a “hidden” NHS waiting list of patients which runs to many millions.
The Daily Express leads on a potential cure for coronavirus, which can be found in insect repellent.
The Daily Mirror goes with the revelation that Girls Aloud star Sarah Harding didn’t tell her bandmates about her cancer for months.
The Guardian leads on Brexit, which, it says, won’t be discussed at a diplomatic meeting next week after Brussels saw no progress in talks over the summer.
The Daily Telegraph reports that coronavirus sufferers will be paid up to £184 to quarantine themselves amid signs that more and more are refusing to self-isolate because of financial worries.
The i says Conservative supporters are getting restless as the prime minister is accused of seeking to pin blame for the A-level grading fiasco on a top civil servant.
Metro uses Boris Johnson’s explanation that a “mutant algorithm” was to blame for the A-levels grading fiasco to accuse the government of being in a mess.
The Financial Times leads on what it calls a “tide” of complaints of sexism and harassment in the workplace at the UN-backed Green Climate Fund, the world’s largest climate finance institution.