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All adults in England will be able to book a COVID vaccination by the end of the week, the head of the NHS has said, reports the Metro.

Metro reports that the prime minister has put ‘Freedom Day’ on ice in order to allow the country to build up a ‘wall of immunity’ to protect against the virus

A Brexit backlash overshadowed the end of the G7 summit – with French president Emmanuel Macron branded “offensive” and told to show “a bit of respect” by foreign secretary Dominic Raab, Metro reports.

Metro leads on the trial of Danyal Hussein, 19, who is accused of killing Nicole Smallman, 27, and her half-sister Babaa Henry.

Hundreds of gangsters have been arrested in Britain and across the world following a sting using a fake app, Metro reports.

A new report by MPs says chronic understaffing means the NHS is being held together by the goodwill of its burnt-out workers, leaving its future at risk, according to Metro.

The latest changes to the UK’s traffic light travel list makes the lead story for the Metro. The paper splashes the headline “Britain Is Grounded”. 

Education Secretary Gavin Williamson is “back in the firing line” after the tsar appointed to help pupils catch up after the pandemic resigned, the Metro reports.

Metro writes that the end of lockdown three weeks today is on a knife-edge because of the threat of an “explosive” third wave of infections which could overwhelm hospitals, despite the vaccine rollout.

Metro highlights Matt Hancock, saying the health secretary managed to “dodge” Dominic Cummings’s accusations about his honesty over the coronavirus pandemic.

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