In the headlines
It’s “1,215 days late”, says Metro, but a “Brexit deal is finally done”. Rishi Sunak’s Windsor Framework – unveiled with European Commission leader Ursula von der Leyen yesterday – will scrap customs checks on British goods remaining in Northern Ireland and give the Stormont Assembly a say on any changes to EU laws that impact the region. The long-awaited agreement has landed with almost “universal acclaim”, says Politico, with the Independent calling it “unalloyed good news”, and the Telegraph hailing Sunak’s “best day yet”. Even die-hard Brexiteers David Davis and Jacob Rees-Mogg have spoken with “cautious warmth” about the arrangement. A 16-year-old British snowboarder has become the youngest world champion in the sport’s history. Mia Brookes took gold at yesterday’s slopestyle final in Georgia, in part by nailing a trick no woman had completed in competition: a CAB 1440 double grab, which involves taking off backwards, then rotating four times in the air and grabbing the board twice.