In the papers this morning:
The Times is reporting that air travellers are to be hit by carbon charges on all tickets, under new government plans to cut greenhouse gas emissions.
British Airways has cut flights to Cairo for a week because a specific threat has arised, says The Sun. Germany’s Lufthansa has done the same, but no details have been released so far on what the threat might be.
Plus, the FT is reporting that beleagued firm British Steel has been dealt a blow after Chinese firm Jingye pulled out of the running to buy it.
Meanwhile, former prime ministers Gordon Brown and Tony Blair have both warned of the dangers of a no-deal Brexit.
Mr Blair wrote in the Times that he thinks Boris Johnson should hold another Brexit referendum because the country is now "playing for very high stakes".
Mr Brown on the other hand is to claim in a speech in London today that leaving without a deal would push the British economy "off a cliff".
And finally, as of Monday, Whirlpool has begun a global recall of washing machines found to be causing fires.