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Scientists advising ministers on COVID have told them more research is needed before children are vaccinated en masse. That’s the lead in The Daily Telegraph.

According to The Daily Telegraph, the prime minister is to encourage the public to accept “one last heave” to freedom as he delays the final step of lockdown reopening.

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.

Britain’s travel restrictions are “incomprehensible” for one of the world’s most vaccinated countries, former prime minister Theresa May warns in The Daily Telegraph.

More than 150 Oxford dons are boycotting Oriel College and refusing to teach its students in protest at its decision to keep the Rhodes statue, The Daily Telegraph reports.

The Daily Telegraph has an exclusive interview with impresario Andrew Lloyd Webber who has pledged to reopen his theatres without social distancing later this month “come hell or high water” – and he is prepared...

Brussels will start a trade war with Britain if Boris Johnson overrides the Brexit treaty so Northern Irish shops can keep selling British sausages, a vice-president of the European Commission has warned, according to The...

The vaccine rollout is to be accelerated in an attempt to secure a route out of lockdown, with over-40s expected to receive their second jab within eight weeks, rather than 12, The Daily Telegraph reports.

The Daily Telegraph joins most of the other papers in leading with the news that Portugal has been placed on the amber travel list. It also features a picture of Boris Johnson getting his second COVID...

Boris Johnson’s “education catch-up tsar” has resigned after accusing ministers of a “half-hearted” approach to helping children whose learning has been disrupted by the pandemic, The Daily Telegraph reports.

The Daily Telegraph leads on the mounting pressure on Boris Johnson to delay the final step of easing COVID restrictions on 21 June following Nicola Sturgeon’s decision to delay on Tuesday.

The Daily Telegraph reports that richer countries must urgently give more COVID vaccines to poorer nations or risk new variants emerging that could bring about future lockdowns, according to leading bodies.

The Daily Telegraph reports that Boris Johnson may next month need to take a decision on whether to vaccinate children against COVID – with the JCVI laying out a “menu of options” for the prime...

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