The Times writes that a last ditch push for a Brexit deal can only happen if the UK and EU find “a new political will” to break the deadlock in talks.
Brexit features on the front of the Financial Times, with the headline reading: “UK will break ranks with EU and ditch US tariffs over state subsidies.”
The Daily Mail hails “V-Day heroes who made Britain proud” – referring to the first UK residents to get the COVID-19 vaccine. It also pictures Sky News journalist Beth Rigby with our presenter Kay Burley.
The Guardian reports that the future of Britain’s relationship with Europe will depend on the outcome of a Brexit meeting between Boris Johnson and Ursula von der Leyen in Brussels tomorrow.
Amid the happiness that the coronavirus vaccine rollout brings, the Daily Telegraph sends a note of caution, reporting that masks may need to be worn until late next year.
The Daily Mirror leads with the photo of the day – the first person in the world to get a clinically approved coronavirus jab, grandmother Margaret Keenan.More on this story here.
The Daily Star reports on “a totally sane space boss” who claims aliens have made contact with Donald Trump but swore him to secrecy.
The Metro sums up an emotional day as Britain’s first COVID-19 vaccines were given, with the headline: “Cheers and then tears”.