Newspaper headlines: 'Foreign spies hack No 10' and 'Ronaldo's grief' – BBC


By BBC News
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"Nowhere is safe" reads the i's front page headline, above an image of smouldering, roofless buildings in the western Ukrainian city of Lviv after being hit by Russian missiles. The paper says the attack has raised new fears for civilians who had considered it a safe haven.
The Times focuses on Russia's fresh offensive in the east – where it says Ukrainian forces are "holding the line", despite losing control of at least one town.
Several papers report on the families searching for answers about what happened to the crew of the Russian navy's flagship vessel Moskva after it sank last week.
The Daily Mail says families are speaking out at the risk of censure or arrest to get to the truth. It reports that one father who's been searching for his son has denounced Russian claims that all the crew were rescued as "a blatant and cynical lie".
The Guardian reports on a mother who had been waiting for news about her son for four days – until she was eventually told yesterday that he had died. She says she has no information about how the 19-year-old conscript died or when his funeral will be.
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"Johnson's walk of shame" is how the Mirror describes Prime Minister Boris Johnson's expected appearance in the Commons on Tuesday – when he will address MPs for the first time since being fined for breaking lockdown rules.
According to the Daily Telegraph, he will offer "a full throated apology". But Speaker of the House of Commons Lindsay Hoyle is expected to allow a vote on an investigation into whether the PM misled MPs.
The Sun is among the papers to report that one of Cristiano Ronaldo's newborn twins died during delivery at the weekend. The paper says the footballer told the world about the loss of his son in an "emotional outpouring" on social media. He spoke of being in "the greatest pain", but said his surviving daughter was giving him strength.
Several papers report claims by cyclist Bradley Wiggins that he was sexually groomed by a coach as a young teenager. In an interview with Men's Health magazine, the Tour de France winner explains that he buried the ordeal and was unable to fully accept what had happened until recently.
The Daily Telegraph reports that the government may scrap the green levy, which is added to energy bills to fund subsidies for renewables. The paper says it would reduce the average bill by £153 at a time when people are struggling to cope with the rising cost of living.
The Daily Express says it's the Queen's "greatest wish" for the Duke and Duchess of Sussex to be part of her Platinum Jubilee celebrations. The paper says she's understood to want her wider family to appear with her on the Buckingham Palace balcony in June – opening up the possibility that her disgraced son, Prince Andrew, could join in as well
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