UK Front Page Archive (July 20′ – Present)

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The Independent also leads with a story about failures in Whitehall crippling the government’s Afghan evacuation operation, citing whistleblower and former Foreign Office official, Raphael Marshall. 

The Daily Telegraph writes that latest figures show the booster rollout vaccinated fewer people over the weekend than it did before ministers promised to put it “on steroids”. 

Tens of thousands of Afghans were unable to access UK help after the fall of Kabul due to confusion in the Foreign Office, according to The Guardian. 

US regulators are stepping up their scrutiny of so-called blank-cheque company listings, with officials turning their sights to the corporate vehicle being used to take public Donald Trump’s “non-woke” entertainment group, reports the Financial Times.

The Metro leads with the trial of Ryder cup golfer Thorbjorn Olesen. It writes that a court has heard the golfer sexually assaulted a woman on a plane as he binged on drink and pills while...

The Daily Star leads with what it calls the “massive hunt” for the justice secretary’s missing brain, after he said that crimes committed a year ago do not need to be investigated.

The first at-home coronavirus treatment will be offered to patients by Christmas, as ministers roll out the antiviral pill to help protect the most vulnerable from the omicron variant, The Sunday Telegraph reports.

Trust in politicians to act in the national interest rather than for themselves has fallen dramatically since Boris Johnson became prime minister, The Observer reports.

Prince William has spoken about how he and his mother Princess Diana would sing along to Tina Turner’s Simply The Best to calm his anxiety before school, the Sunday Express reports.

The government’s been urged to take further action to protect against Omicron, such as asking people to work from home until Christmas, rather than wait for more data, The Guardian says.

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