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The Observer writes that the prime minister has “absolute confidence” this Christmas will be better than the last – despite reimposing a range of restrictions to combat the new, highly transmissible variant of COVID-19.Also on...

The Guardian has interviewed the former chair of the Commission on the Future of Multi-Ethnic Britain, who says the rejection of multiculturalism by successive Conservative governments has helped fuel “vulgar racism” of the kind experienced...

The fishing dispute features on the front page of The Observer. Leading scientists and environmentalists have called on the leaders of France and the UK to declare an immediate ceasefire in the row over fishing rights.

The Observer has learned that the UK Health and Security Agency contacted local authorities on Friday to canvass their level of support for the immediate rollout of Plan B restrictions – in a sign that...

A group of senior Tory MPs has questioned how the PM can increase prosperity in poorer parts of the UK while increasing taxes on working people and cutting benefits – that’s on the front of...

The government has been scrambling to reassure Britons that rising gas prices would not plunge the country into an energy crisis, as ministers held a series of emergency meetings with energy companies and regulators, The Observer...

Plans to offer COVID-19 vaccinations to 12 to 15-year-olds across the UK are set to be announced by the government – and a mass inoculation programme will begin in schools within two weeks, The Observer...

The Observer reports that thousands of emails to the Foreign Office detailing cases of Afghans trying to escape from Afghanistan have not been read, including cases flagged by government ministers.

The Observer leads with climate chief Alok Sharma’s warning that the world is on the brink of catastrophe, although he also told the newspaper that the UK could continue with fossil fuel projects such as...

Sir Keir Starmer has been told he needs to “lure back millions of voters” if Labour wants to win the next general election, according to The Observer.

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