Analysis of Budget coronavirus measures leads Thursday's papers

Many of Thursday's front pages offer analysis of the details of Chancellor Rishi Sunak’s budget - with the financial measures taken to deal with the coronavirus pandemic a particular focus.

The Daily Express, The Sun and the Financial Times lead with the budget's "£30 billion war" on the coronavirus outbreak.

The Daily Mirror and Daily Mail focus on what the NHS is set to get - reporting on the budget's coronavirus "war chest" which will include a "£5 billion NHS emergency fund".

There's praise for the Budget from some publications - The Times says the budget will provide the UK with a "road to riches".

The Independent calls it the beginning of the "age of populism".

Along with a story on the budget, The Guardian leads with the 23-year sentence handed down to disgraced Hollywood mogul Harvey Weinstein.

Looking ahead to Thursday's Cobra meeting, The Daily Telegraph and i lead with the Government's decision to move to the "delay" phase of the Covid-19 outbreak.

While the Metro looks at the potential for coronavirus spread in Parliament.

Boris Johnson will not be tested for coronavirus despite attending the same event as infected minister Nadine Dorries, the paper reports.

Meanwhile the Daily Star says a crackdown on culling seagulls leaves Britain facing "mass attacks" from the birds.