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The Sunday Telegraph writes that the government’s own analysis suggests Boris Johnson’s National Insurance hike could result in the breakdown of families – and deter companies from hiring new staff and increasing wages.

The Sunday Telegraph leads with the story that former prime minister Tony Blair has launched a furious attack on the US president’s withdrawal from Afghanistan, calling it “imbecilic”. 

Police should trawl through the social media accounts of people applying for firearms licences to prevent those with extremist views from having access to deadly weapons, The Sunday Telegraph reports.

The Daily Telegraph leads with the story that young people will be offered free taxis, pizza and supermarket discounts to get vaccinated against COVID, as the government looks to boost uptake.

Ministers are expected to sign off on a plan to prevent anybody who is not fully vaccinated from attending mass events with more than 20,000 spectators by 1 October, The Sunday Telegraph says.

Children won’t get a COVID vaccine unless they are vulnerable after ministers decided against a mass vaccination of teenagers following scientific advice, reports The Sunday Telegraph.

Health Secretary Matt Hancock failed to tell the PM about the effectiveness of COVID-19 vaccines against the Delta/Indian variant during a meeting to decide whether to extend restrictions – that’s according to The Sunday Telegraph.

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