Newspaper Round Up: 8th of November 2020

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Sunday Times
The Sunday Times reports that joyous scenes erupted in parts of the US after four days of deadlock in the presidential election. The newspaper reports Mr Biden's comments that he is "honoured and humbled by the trust the American people have placed in me".
Sunday Express
The Sunday Express also leads on Mr Biden's message to "unite and heal". Away from the presidential election, the newspaper pictures the Queen wearing a face mask at the grave of the Unknown Warrior in Westminster Abbey. The pandemic won't stop her leading tributes to heroes, the Sunday Express says.
Sunday Mirror
"Time to heal," says the Sunday Mirror, saying Mr Biden has a "message of unity" as he is set to become the 46th US president.
Sunday Mail
Instead of the US election, the Mail on Sunday splashes on the prime minister's "astonishing bid to nail leaker who bounced him into lockdown". Boris Johnson sent security experts to the homes of cabinet ministers to examine their personal mobile phones, the newspaper reports. It says it's part of a hunt for a "mole" whose "secret briefings" forced the prime minister to make an early announcement of the new lockdown in England.
Daily Star Sunday
The Daily Star Sunday also reports on Joe Biden's victory in its own unique way - reporting the "senile one beats the lunatic".
Sunday Telegraph
Full page photographs of a smiling Joe Biden appear on many of Sunday's front pages following his win in the US presidential election. The Sunday Telegraph quotes Mr Biden in its headline: "It's time for America to heal." His running mate, Kamala Harris, becomes the first woman of colour to be elected vice-president in the country's history, the newspaper adds. But, it also highlights Donald Trump's warning that the election "is far from over" as he vowed to fight on through the courts.
Observer
"It's Joe," announces the Observer. The newspaper says Mr Biden has promised to be a president "for all Americans".