One Week Ago’s Papers UK Front Pages and Headlines


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 Daily Mail also leads on claims that Oxford students sparked anger after voting to remove a portrait of the Queen from their common room because she “represents recent colonial history”.

Chancellor Rishi Sunak is willing to accept a delay of up to four weeks to the final stage of England’s reopening roadmap, The Guardian reports.

The Daily Telegraph has an exclusive interview with impresario Andrew Lloyd Webber who has pledged to reopen his theatres without social distancing later this month “come hell or high water” – and he is prepared...

The Independent says tensions with Brussels over the Northern Ireland border are threatening to increase with the threat of “sausage wars”.

Hundreds of gangsters have been arrested in Britain and across the world following a sting using a fake app, Metro reports.

The Financial Times says Rishi Sunak is pushing to win a carve-out for the City’s big banks in the G7’s drive for a new global tax system to cover the world’s “largest and most profitable...

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