The Guardian reports that a personal email account belonging to former trade minister Liam Fox was repeatedly hacked into by Russians who stole classified documents relating to US-UK trade talks.
While restaurants were packed by hundreds of thousands of diners on the first day of the Chancellor’s Eat Out to Help Out scheme, offices across the country remained largely empty, the Daily Mail writes.
The Daily Express reports that common painkillers such as paracetamol, aspirin and opioids should not be prescribed to millions of people, according to the medicines watchdog.
Russian hackers stole classified documents from the email account of a cabinet minister before they were used to attack the government, The Daily Telegraph reports.
The Daily Mirror reports that a second coronavirus wave could be twice as big as the first because the UK’s Test and Trace system is not good enough to stop it, experts warn.
Metro reports that diners helped themselves to double portions as Rishi Sunak’s Eat Out to Help Out scheme launched on Monday, amid warnings that the meal deal will fuel the obesity crisis.
The Financial Times reports that HSBC announced a big jump in bad-loan reserves and a drop in profits as it was hit by the twin troubles of coronavirus and escalating US-China tensions.