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Coronavirus and Harvey Weinstein found guilty in rape trial lead papers

Pictures of Harvey Weinstein dominate Tuesday's front pages. Credit: Twitter/The Daily Telegraph/i

Market and celebrity responses to the coronavirus strain known as Covid-19 and Harvey Weinstein lead Tuesday’s newspapers.

The Financial Times says investors have been forced to “run for cover” after global markets “tumbled sharply” in response to a spike in virus cases outside China.

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The Sun reports the outbreak has caused actor Tom Cruise to leave the set of his latest Mission Impossible film in Italy for the UK.

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The Daily Telegraph reports “Britons in Italy face quarantine” by self-isolating upon their return to the UK, with the front page also showing a close-up photo of a “guilty” Harvey Weinstein’s face.

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The i says there has been “Vindication for #MeToo movement” after Weinstein was found guilty of sex crimes, while The Guardian also devotes a large amount of space to Weinstein, along with a story on a review showing that austerity is “linked to stalling life expectancy”.

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The Times, Metro and The Independent all cover the verdict, with the latter saying that the survivors of Weinstein’s crimes have hailed the “landmark trial” as a “huge step forward”.

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The Daily Express covers the trial and also reports Prime Minister Boris Johnson has demanded a “clean break” from the European Union in upcoming talks.

There has been “fury” at the Sussexes’ security costs, the Daily Mirror says while citing an ex-protection officer.

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A man who “once worked” for the Princess Royal has been accused of fatally shooting his estranged wife at a Somerset cottage where Mr Johnson spent part of his childhood, the Daily Mail reports.

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And the Daily Star reports Happy Mondays frontman Shaun Ryder feels “magnificently sexy” following a hair loss treatment.

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