Thursday’s Papers UK Front Pages and Headlines


The Daily Mail says Britain was given a “triple dose of good news” on Wednesday with claims the link between COVID and hospital cases has been broken, one million under-30s booked a jab, and the…

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 Express says the Queen is “upset” at being dragged into a further rift between Prince Harry and the Royal Family on what would have been Prince Philip’s 100th birthday.

Some of the UK’s biggest care home operators have told The Guardian they repeatedly warned Health Secretary Matt Hancock’s department about the risk of not testing people discharged from hospitals into care homes in March…

Metro leads on the trial of Danyal Hussein, 19, who is accused of killing Nicole Smallman, 27, and her half-sister Babaa Henry.

Boris Johnson will face pressure from Joe Biden to work with the EU to end a bitter stand-off over a settlement in Northern Ireland, the Financial Times writes.

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