Chancellor Rishi Sunak is trying to divert billions of pounds of foreign aid to pay for upgrades to the UK’s intelligence and defence capabilities, The Times reports.
The Metro leads on Boris Johnson hailing a return to (nearly) normal as commuters headed back to work and schools re-opened.
Boxing champion Nicola Adams will become the first Strictly Come Dancing competitor to dance in a same-sex partnership, the Daily Mirror reports.
The Financial Times says the German government is to launch a full inquiry into the collapse of payments group Wirecard.
The Daily Mail questions why children are back at school but many of the UK’s largest commuter rail stations and roads were empty on Tuesday.
Celebrities who like to pose with no or little clothing are the reason for a rise in naturist clubs’ membership, the Daily Star claims.
According to The Guardian, Education Secretary Gavin Williamson was offered evidence of serious flaws in the grading of this year’s exams two weeks before results were published in England.
A record number of under-25s are claiming benefits as fears grow for those just starting out in the workplace, The Daily Telegraph reports.