Saturday’s Papers UK Front Pages and Headlines


The Daily Mirror’s front page claims football fans will boost the UK economy by spending £3 billion on food and alcohol during the Euro 2020 tournament.

The Times leads on claims that G7 leaders will warn Boris Johnson they are prepared to wage a trade war with Britain.Germany’s Angela Merkel and France’s Emmanuel Macron will tell the PM in Cornwall that...

The Guardian leads with an interview with Labour leader Sir Keir Starmer, who says Boris Johnson has shown a “lack of courage” in his reluctance to condemn fans who boo players taking the knee.

Any hopes of wedding party numbers being increased beyond 30 on 21 June have been dashed after the PM resigned himself to delaying the final unlocking date, according to reports in The Daily Telegraph.

The Financial Times splashes on US President Joe Biden winning support from his fellow G7 leaders in Cornwall by calling for continued economic stimulus to reverse the effects of the COVID crisis on the global...

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