Most of Wednesday’s newspapers lead on the government’s ban on gatherings of more than six people in England.
The Daily Mail describes the change, which comes into force on Monday, as the first reversal of the easing of national lockdown, prompting fears that wider measures could follow.
The Daily Mirror says the government is calling time on us enjoying ourselves, as it battles to get a grip on Covid-19.
The Financial Times believes Mr Johnson could be facing a “serious rebellion” within party ranks, following the admission that the proposed changes to the withdrawal agreement would break international law.
The Sun says the government’s bid to make legal changes to the Brexit withdrawal agreement was sparked by what it calls a “veiled threat” by the EU’s chief Brexit negotiator, Michel Barnier, to disrupt food exports from Great Britain to Northern Ireland.
The Guardian’s combined the best of its work. “For starters”, GPT-3 says, “I have no desire to wipe out humans”, insisting that becoming all-powerful “isn’t an interesting goal”. GPT-3 says it wants to be seen as a friendly robot, a servant of humans.
But it’s pessimistic about the future. “Humans will keep fighting and hating each other” the robot writes, adding: “They won’t have to worry about fighting me – they have nothing to fear.”