The Daily Star writes that I’m A Celeb campmates could quit the ITV show before it even starts because it is set to take place in a haunted castle.
The Times reports that Boris Johnson is facing calls from senior Tory MPs to give a “clear and consistent message” that it is safe for people to go back to work.
A no-deal Brexit has moved a step closer as the EU made desperate attempts to force Britain into a compromise, the Daily Express writes.
The i writes that regulators are refusing to disclose records for individual care homes, in part to safeguard commercial interests of the companies running them.
The Daily Mail has revealed that the teenagers found guilty of killing PC Andrew Harper were given £465,000 in legal aid.
The Guardian reveals that the number of deaths at individual care homes are being kept secret by regulators to protect providers’ commercial interests before a possible second coronavirus spike.
Headteachers insist schools will be ready to take pupils this term, despite confusion sparked by Tory U-turns, the Daily Mirror writes.
The Daily Telegraph reports that Boris Johnson will launch a major drive to get Britain back to the office as ministers warn that working from home will make people more “vulnerable” to being sacked.
Metro leads with a man being escorted off a Ryanair flight by emergency workers in hazmat suits after he received a text stating he had tested positive for coronavirus.
The Financial Times reports that the Federal Reserve has adopted a new monetary policy strategy that will be more tolerant of temporary rises in inflation.