UK Front Page Archive (July 20′ – Present)



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The stamp duty holiday will be extended for three months until June under new plans being drawn up by Chancellor Rishi Sunak to keep the property market going, according to The Times. 

The Daily Mirror leads on a surge in demand for holiday bookings following Boris Johnson’s announcement that trips abroad could be allowed as early as 17 May. Here’s the full story.

Hopes are rising for summer holidays as the government announces that every adult in England will be offered a coronavirus vaccine by the end of July – that’s on the front of The Sunday Telegraph.

There is hope for people who want to take overseas holidays in the summer, The Times says, adding vaccine passports are under discussion by the government.

The Metro leads on confusion over holidays, after Transport Secretary Grant Shapps told holidaymakers not to book British or foreign breaks – a month after the health secretary said he’d done just that.

Hopes of summer holidays abroad moved one step closer on Friday, The Daily Express reports, after European holiday destinations signaled they would welcome UK tourists.

The Guardian’s front page focuses on teachers’ unions’ rejection of the government’s plans for mass testing of secondary school students after Christmas.Unions have told their members not to work on the plans during the holidays...

Mortgage approvals hit their highest level since 2007 after a “mad stampede” to buy houses before the end of the stamp duty holiday, according to the Financial Times.

The Daily Mirror reports shoppers are being urged to hit high streets ahead of Christmas to stop shops going under, with experts predicting a £9bn slump in pre-holiday season takings.

The Metro writes that “Britain steps up to the plates” as community volunteers feed hungry children after the government voted down an extension of free school meals over the holidays.Read more on this story here.

The Guardian says the government is under increasing pressure to change its position on providing free school meals over the holidays in England – as the campaign by footballer Marcus Rashford gathers more momentum.

The Observer leads with news that 2,000 child health specialists have condemned the government’s decision not to fund free meals for disadvantaged children in England over the school holidays.

It’s the story dominating tomorrow’s front pages – the Daily Star writes that members of the public, businesses and local councils are helping to feed children in need over the holidays after the government voted...

The Guardian reports that local councils have come together to start feeding disadvantaged children over the holidays in support of a campaign led by England and Manchester United footballer Marcus Rashford.Read more on this story here.

The i reports on the many community volunteers who have stepped in to provide free food to children over the holidays after the government voted down a plan to extend free school meals.Read more on...

‘Banks act to stifle home loan boom’ is the headline on the Financial Times, referring to attempts to ease the rush of buyers taking advantage of the stamp duty holiday.

The Metro leads on “Radical” Rishi Sunak’s plans to support workers when the furlough scheme ends after he set them out in the Commons on Thursday. The front page also features a picture of the...

Portugal could be put back onto the UK’s quarantine list, leaving thousands of British holidaymakers in “limbo”, reports The Times.

The Daily Star goes with Harry Maguire being found guilty on a series of charges while on holiday on Mykonos and promptly being dropped by England, calling the affair his “shame”.

The Observer reports on calls to give returning holidaymakers statutory sick pay if they have to quarantine for two weeks and are unable to work. 

The Daily Telegraph reports on MPs’ claims that holidaymakers are being left in the dark over “grossly unfair” quarantines that could be imposed on holidaymakers returning to the UK from France. The paper also leads...

On the front of the i is a picture of a packed beach in Margate, Kent, with reports that this weekend’s three-day heatwave could be the hottest on record since 1990 and that teachers are...

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