Newspaper Round Up: 9th of November 2020

Daily Express
The Daily Express focuses on the impact of Joe Biden's victory on Brexit. It reports that Boris Johnson says there is a "good chance" of signing an improved post-Brexit trade deal. "Britain and America ready to unite over a a multi-billion pound agreement," it says.
The Times says GCHQ has begun a cyber-operation to disrupt anti-vaccine propaganda being spread by hostile states. The newspaper says the government regards this as a priority as the prospect of a reliable coronavirus vaccine draws closer.
Daily Star
The Daily Star reports on the line-up for the latest series of I'm A Celebrity... Get Me Out Of Here! Actor Shane Richie has told the paper the programme fee saved him from financial ruin.
Daily Mirror
Away from the US election, the Daily Mirror reports on a warning from unions that NHS workers "could quit in droves unless they get a pay boost". The Mirror says Boris Johnson is being urged to bring forward April's rise to reward employees for their work during the pandemic.
The Guardian predicts a "turbulent transition" for Joe Biden to the White House, but says the president-elect is "determined to hit the ground running". The newspaper says his priority is a 12-member taskforce to deal with the coronavirus pandemic.
Daily Mail
The Daily Mail continues to report on the row over Princess Diana's famous 1995 BBC Panorama interview as her brother Earl Spencer demands an inquiry into how it was secured.
Daily Telegraph
Several of Monday's front pages again focus on the US presidential election. "Pressure grows on Trump to go quietly," is the Daily Telegraph's headline. It reports former Republican president George W Bush congratulated Joe Biden on his win and said the election was "fundamentally fair". Meanwhile, it joins a number of papers in carrying a photograph of the Queen at the Cenotaph on Remembrance Sunday.
The Metro reports that current US President Donald Trump is "fuming" and "refusing to accept defeat" following the election result. "Trump the grump," reads it's headline. The newspaper says Mr Trump claims the election was "stolen from me by thieves".