Diplomatic immunity of US suspect in fatal crash leads newspapers

The case of an American diplomat’s wife wanted for questioning over the death of a teenager in a crash near an RAF base heads a varied collection of front page stories in the nation’s papers on Tuesday.

The Daily Mail leads with the grieving mother of Harry Dunn calling for the return to Britain of American diplomat’s wife Anne Sacoolas over the crash in which he died.

The Daily Mirror reports Ms Sacoolas had been fined for poor driving the US.

And The Times says Prime Minister Boris Johnson will urge US President Donald Trump to waive Ms Sacoolas’s diplomatic immunity, a theme similar to the front page of the i.

Meanwhile, the Metro leads on the Jennifer Arcuri TV interview, reporting claims it proved Mr Johnson had lied about the nature of his relationship with her.

The Guardian carries a front page photo of Ms Arcuri, alongside a lead story that a no-deal Brexit would raise public debt to a 50-year high.

And the Daily Express reports on Mr Johnson’s threat to EU chiefs that a no-deal Brexit would be pushed through if Europe doesn’t offer Britain concessions.

In other news, The Independent leads with former Tory MP Heidi Allen joining the Liberal Democrats.

The Daily Telegraph reports major internet entities are “cashing in” on the misery of children, resulting in a surge in computer game addiction.

The Financial Times says increased customs paperwork under a no-deal Brexit would cost business an extra £15 billion.

The Sun runs with the appearance of a humpback whale in the Thames.

And the Daily Star carries a story on the guest of the Jeremy Kyle Show who allegedly killed himself.