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UK News What the papers say – May 4

06:05  04 may  2021
06:05  04 may  2021 Source:   msn.com

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EU moves towards allowing visitors from Britain this summer features on most of the Tuesday front pages.

a close up of a newspaper: What the papers say – May 4 (PA) © Peter Byrne What the papers say – May 4 (PA)

The Daily Telegraph says “Europe to welcome tourists for summer” as the bloc plans to allow entry to vaccinated visitors, a line echoed by The Independent.

Metro covers the story under the headline “Wish EU’d come here”.

And the Daily Mirror goes with “Wish EU were here”.

The Guardian has a similar front page, while noting the Government has urged caution for those planning trips abroad.

The Times splashes on the same news that the reopening of holiday hotspots is only “weeks away”, while also leading on news of Bill and Melinda Gates’s impending divorce.

And the Financial Times focuses on Germany’s plan to lift restrictions for vaccinated tourists.

Meanwhile, the i says all is on track for England to go ahead with the next phase of its lifting of Covid restrictions on May 17.

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© Provided by PA Media What the papers say – May 8 (PA). Commemorations of VE Day and the latest on the coronavirus situation in the UK lead the papers on Bank Holiday Friday. The Times starts with Prime Minister Boris Johnson “keeping Britain in lockdown” for another seven weeks, as estimates say there are 20,000 new cases of Covid-19 every day.

But the Daily Mail makes a call for the Government to speed up the reopening process in light of a drop in Covid deaths and cases, asking: “Why wait seven more weeks?”

The Daily Express cheers Britain’s vaccination efforts after the jabs figure passed the 50 million mark.

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