The tragic helicopter crash outside Leicester’s King Power Stadium over the weekend dominates the front pages on Monday.
The Daily Mail declares it a miracle that more people were not killed, and says the hero pilot steered the helicopter away from crowds before it crashed.
All five people on board died in the crash, including Leicester City owner Vichai Srivaddhanaprabha, but the Daily Mirror says pilot Eric Swaffer saved hundreds.
The Sun also praises Mr Swaffer, and reports that he steered the aircraft away from fans and a hotel.
The Metro runs with the headline: “Darkest Day”, and reports that Leicester has been left in mourning by the tragedy, while the i says fans flocked to the stadium to pay tribute to the popular owner.
In other news, The Times leads on the upcoming Budget, and reports that every school and hospital casualty unit will have its own dedicated mental health team in a £2 billion funding boost to tackle eating disorders, depression and self harm among young people.
The Guardian leads on the same story, and says the move should lead to comprehensive mental health support being available in every major A&E department.
The Daily Telegraph says Philip Hammond will use the Budget to warn that tens of billions of pounds in new public spending commitments and tax cuts will be jeopardised by a no-deal Brexit.
And the Financial Times reports that the Chancellor will herald the end of austerity.
Elsewhere, the Daily Express reports 500 people with diabetes are dying prematurely every week.