The dispute over the UK’s withdrawal agreement with the EU is splashed across the country’s front pages on Monday, along with the coronavirus and other health concerns.

The Guardian says Boris Johnson faces a ‘showdown’ as Tories’ criticism of the Brexit bill continues to grow.

Former Attorney General Geoffrey Cox, who heads the review, The temperature According to some reports, the Prime Minister risks unacceptable prejudice by tearing up the UK’s deal with Brussels.

the I leads on new rules coming into force limiting gatherings to six people, while Subway reports that a 19-year-old student has been fined £ 10,000 for hosting a party that broke social distancing rules.

The UK has received its ‘latest viral warning’ that a second spike in Covid-19 infections will occur within months unless the test and government trace ‘fiasco’ is corrected, according to the Daily Mirror.

General practitioners have been warned that they must see patients “face to face” or conduct a risk survey for attempting to “exclude” people using remote services, The Daily Telegraph reports.

New search in The independent shows that tens of thousands of people were forced to rely on food banks for the first time during the pandemic, with record demand forecast for winter.

Britain’s largest cancer charity, Cancer Research UK, may have to lay off 1,500 scientists due to a ‘Covid funding crisis’. Daily Express said.

the Daily mail cites NHS data as indicating that hospital admissions for seven major non-coronavirus illnesses fell 173,000 between March and June from the previous year.

And the Financial Times said SoftBank executives have renewed talks about privatizing the Japanese tech conglomerate.