Sky News takes a look at the stories making a splash in Friday’s national newspapers.
The Sun has the latest in the row between Coleen Rooney and Rebekah Vardy.
The i reports that people are still reluctant to wear face coverings.
The Times says everyone over 50, pupils and vulnerable people will be offered flu jabs by the NHS this winter as health chiefs try to vaccinate about half of the population.
The UK and the US have accused Russia of firing a weapon in space during a satellite test, The Independent reports.
The Guardian says Nicola Sturgeon has accused Boris Johnson of using the coronavirus pandemic “as some kind of political weapon” as he praised the union during a visit to Scotland in what she suggested was him “celebrating” how the government has dealt with the pandemic.
Bake Off host Paul Hollywood has warned that con artists are pretending to be him on social media to scam women online, the Daily Star reports.
The Daily Mail says Russia has risked triggering a space war by test-firing an anti-satellite weapon in orbit on Thursday.
As the public starts wearing face coverings in all shops in England from Friday, the Daily Mirror carries a poll saying two-thirds of Britons believe they should be worn in all indoor public places.
The Daily Express claims home secretary Priti Patel is drawing up tough new spy laws to target hostile states such as Russia and China.
Sainsbury’s, Asda, Co-op and Costa Coffee are among a group of retailers who are refusing to police the new law requiring the wearing of masks in shops, according to The Daily Telegraph.
Metro says there are concerns the new rules in England that require face coverings in shops will prompt “angry confrontations” as the legislation is “inconsistent and muddled”.
Boris Johnson is to impose curbs on junk food advertising, including online, before the 9pm watershed as part of a wide range of measures to try to tackle obesity, the Financial Times reports.
You can watch the Press Preview on Sky News every evening at 10.30pm and 11.30pm.
Thursday night’s reviewers will be Rachel Cunliffe, comment editor at City AM and writer Benedict Spence.
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