In the headlines
Suella Braverman’s political fate “hangs in the balance”, says The Times. Rishi Sunak is under growing pressure to sack the Home Secretary, after she defied No 10’s request to “tone down” a newspaper article in which she compared Saturday’s pro-Palestinian rally to sectarian marches in Northern Ireland. Israel will begin daily four-hour “pauses” in northern Gaza, allowing Palestinians to evacuate through two humanitarian corridors. An Israeli official says the breaks in fighting will take place in a different neighbourhood each day, with residents notified three hours in advance. A lost species of mammal named after David Attenborough has been recorded in the wild for the first time in 60 years, says The Guardian. Scientists found footage of the Sir David’s long-beaked echidna – which has “the spines of a hedgehog, the snout of an anteater, and the feet of a mole” – on remote cameras in Indonesia’s Cyclops Mountains.