A total of 50.2% of homes and businesses now have access to gigabit-capable broadband.
The ongoing energy crisis leads many of Tuesday’s papers.
It comes after Kwasi Kwarteng said there would be no bailout for energy firms that go to the wall amid rising gas prices.
Johnny Mercer added that the treatment of Afghan interpreters had been ‘deeply shameful’.
Legal papers have been filed in New York.
The Ministry of Defence has apologised for breaking data rules.
The Geographical Indication label prevents certain foods and drink from being copied in the UK.
Being raised with older siblings strongly increased the calves’ long-term survival compared to not having a sibling.
The Chevening Estate Act of 1959 states that the Prime Minister decides the ‘nominated person’ to occupy the 17th century mansion.
The Prime Minister will visit the White House on Tuesday at a time when the transatlantic relationship has been strained by the Afghanistan crisis.
The Prime Minister said the Government does not ‘expect to have to do anything like last Christmas’.
The Metropolitan Police named Sabina Nessa, 28, from Kidbrooke, after her body was found near a community centre.
No 10 said it was ‘confident’ those double jabbed with the vaccine would be let in despite it not being recognised by the US medicines regulator.
The Queen’s children have said they will plant saplings to mark the 70th anniversary of the monarch’s reign.
A target of giving 100 billion dollars (£73 billion) a year to support developing nations to cut emissions has been set.