What the papers say – November 15

The terror blast outside Liverpool Women’s Hospital, more health fears for the Queen and the Cop26 deal feature on the nation’s Monday front pages.

“Poppy Day ‘bomb’ rocks maternity hospital”, says the Daily Mail, reporting on the Liverpool blast in which one person died.

“Terror probe after taxi blast”, says the Daily Mirror, while also running a front page line of “Missing Queen health fears”.

The Daily Express splashes with “Terror probe into Poppy Day blast” while also reporting Buckingham Palace has moved to calm fears over the Queen’s health.

“Three held by terror police after fatal blast”, says The Times, while also covering the Queen’s back sprain and reporting Covid booster shots will be given to people younger than 50 to prevent a “winter wave” of the disease.

The Daily Telegraph also leads on the Liverpool explosion while also reporting Boris Johnson has admitted to making an error over the Owen Paterson sleaze affair.

“Health fears for the Queen”, says Metro, while also reporting on the “terror” blast in Liverpool.

Meanwhile, The Guardian splashes on Cop26 and “frustration at India and China” over the watering-down of the conference’s major climate commitments.

The Independent says that “backlash” has prompted the Prime Minister to defend the climate pact.

And the Financial Times says business groups have added their voices to the “chorus of dismay” over the Cop26 deal.

In other news, the i leads with an exclusive saying the Government is scaling down its plans for high-speed rail links, in a blow for “levelling up”.

And the Daily Star leads on the weather, reporting Britain is facing a cold snap.