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Boris Johnson is backing calls for NHS and care home staff to be given mandatory COVID vaccines – that’s the lead in The Times.

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...

Ministers are considering delaying the end of coronavirus restrictions for a month to give businesses “certainty” and to allow more time to vaccinate people, The Times reports.

The government has been accused of a U-turn over foreign holidays after people were urged to remain in Britain instead of travelling abroad, The Times writes.

The Times claims England’s roadmap for easing lockdown could be delayed by a fortnight with cabinet ministers increasingly pessimistic after a “downbeat” briefing from chief medical officer Chris Whitty and chief scientific adviser Sir Patrick...

The Times reports on “COVID chaos” at airports as Britons rush to leave Portugal before it moves to the government’s red list, bringing extra requirement for travellers.

Coronavirus cases in the UK have surged by 76% in a week but the government has insisted there was still no evidence to support a delay to the final stages of reopening on 21 June,...

The Times reports that people were rushing to cancel their holidays following the removal of Portugal from the amber travel list. It add that tourists have until 4am on Tuesday next week to leave the country...

Boris Johnson has been accused of failing hundreds of thousands of children by the man he appointed to lead the government’s coronavirus recovery task force for schools, The Times reports.

Like several of the other papers, The Times splashes on the UK recording no new COVID deaths in the most recent 24-hour period, raising hopes the government will stick to its 21 June timetable for...

The Times reports that the school day will be extended by half an hour under a £15bn COVID rescue plan to help Britain’s children to catch up after months of disrupted education. 

The government wants everyone in the top nine priority groups to be protected by two doses of a COVID-19 vaccine before 21 June – that’s on the front of The Times.

The Times reports that face masks and work from home guidance could stay in place after the 21 June unlocking as the India coronavirus variant spreads in the UK.

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