Tomorrow’s Daily Express leads with a story about Brexit talks hitting a block at the eleventh hour over subsidies.
The Daily Mirror is calling on the government to use the £1.8bn in COVID tax relief handed back by supermarkets to be given to struggling pubs.
A politician with the name Adolf Hitler has won an election in Namibia, the Daily Star reports.
NHS staff have been replaced by care homes at the top of the priority list for the coronavirus vaccine, The Guardian reports.
Brexit talks are heading for a showdown this weekend, with French access to British fishing waters likely to make or break a deal, The Telegraph reports.
The education secretary’s comments that the UK got a COVID-19 vaccine first because “we’re a much better country” than others – and the associated backlash – have made the front of the Metro.