A row over the price of a life-extending cystic fibrosis drug, the latest on Brexit and a celebrity’s new dogs are on Monday’s front pages.
The Guardian leads with calls for the Government to step in after drugmakers set the price of a life-extending cystic fibrosis treatment at £105,000 per patient per year.
The i also leads with the story, reporting that the NHS has deemed the drug is too expensive.
Potential ramifications of Nissan’s decision not to build one of its cars in the UK lead The Times.
The Japanese carmaker’s move is also on the Financial Times’ front page, with the paper saying it has been linked to fears over a no-deal Brexit.
In other Brexit news, the Metro leads with leading Remainer Sir Vince Cable’s claim that a “significant” number of Labour and Conservative MPs are considering leaving their parties to join him.
The Daily Express leads with efforts by the Prime Minister to find Brexit unity in her party.
On its front page, the Daily Mirror carries demands by Gordon Brown to keep the TV licence free for over-75s.
Smart meters will be used by the NHS to monitor dementia patients, the Daily Mail reports.
Chief Secretary to the Treasury Liz Truss has spoken to the Daily Telegraph about women and business.
The Independent says the number of parents representing themselves in child custody battles at family courts has more than doubled in six years.
And Britain’s Got Talent host Ant McPartlin has bought two new dogs, The Sun reports