The Times says ministers are preparing to enforce a total social lockdown across much of northern Britain and potentially London to combat a spiralling second wave of coronavirus.
World leaders have pledged to clamp down on pollution, embrace sustainable economic systems and eliminate the dumping of plastic waste in oceans by the middle of the century, The Guardian reports.
The Daily Mirror has an exclusive on farms in America where tens of thousands of cattle are pumped with hormones.
Rats have seen normal food sources dry up during the coronavirus crisis and are turning to easy prey – scoffing household animals, the Daily Star claims.
Police are set to start carrying out spot checks and act on tip-offs to enforce strict new COVID-19 self-isolation rules from today, the Daily Mail says.
Neighbours are being encouraged by the government to report COVID sufferers who are not self-isolating to the police, according to The Daily Telegraph.
The Metro says Boris Johnson is facing calls to reconsider the 10pm pub curfew – with disgruntled Tory backbenchers preparing for a vote against his “draconian” use of power.
EU and UK negotiators are set for showdown Brexit talks this week, according to the Financial Times.