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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 Daily Mirror, which is campaigning for defibrillators to be available in all public places, has spoken to former footballer Fabrice Muamba, whose heart stopped after he collapsed on the pitch in 2012. 

The i leads on a crisis in the provision of state care for people with mental illness, as detailed by an NHS whistleblower.

The Guardian says the government could face legal challenges if it opts to force all NHS and care home workers to have COVID vaccine jabs.

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.

All adults in England will be able to book a COVID vaccination by the end of the week, the head of the NHS has said, reports the Metro.

The prime minister has put off ‘Freedom Day’ in order to make sure as many people are vaccinated as possible as the Delta variant surges, the Daily Mirror writes

The Daily Star reflects on the slightly depressing thought that not only has lockdown been extended but the heatwave will be coming to an end soon

As nine million people live under new COVID restrictions, the i newspaper says there will be no further unlocking for another four weeks and possibly longer

Metro reports that the prime minister has put ‘Freedom Day’ on ice in order to allow the country to build up a ‘wall of immunity’ to protect against the virus

The Financial Times says Boris Johnson has thwarted the calls of business leaders for prolonged financial support after delaying the end of lockdown by four weeks.

Boris Johnson’s chances of success at this autumn’s crucial COP26 conference in Glasgow hang in the balance, after the G7 failed to deliver significant pledges on climate finance, The Independent says.

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.

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