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UK News What the papers say – June 23

03:40  23 june  2021
03:40  23 june  2021 Source:   msn.com

What the papers say – June 13

  What the papers say – June 13 Christian Eriksen’s health emergency at the Euros and the Brexit row at the G7 summit feature prominently on the Sunday front pages.The Daily Star Sunday splashes on Eriksen’s collapse during Denmark’s match against Finland and his subsequent recovery, calling it a “Miracle on the turf”.

News about a second referendum on Scottish independence, coronavirus regulations and Euro 2020 feature on the front pages of Wednesday’s newspapers.

text: What the papers say – June 23 (PA) © Andrew Matthews What the papers say – June 23 (PA)

So-called Indyref2 – a second vote on whether Scotland should become independent – leads The Daily Telegraph, with the paper featuring an interview with Cabinet minister Michael Gove who says the UK Government will not offer a new poll before the next general election.

Another referendum leads the Daily Express, with Prime Minister Boris Johnson saying the freedoms of Brexit will help shape a “better future” on the fifth anniversary of the vote.

Summer holidays lead the Daily Mail and the Daily Mirror, both reporting that vaccinated Britons may be able to avoid quarantine upon returning from amber list countries from July 19.

The Times leads with reports all lockdown restrictions, such as facemasks and social distancing, will be scrapped from the same date.

But the i says hopes have risen in Government on lifting restrictions two weeks earlier, on July 5.

Pictures of celebrating England footballers feature on the front of many papers, with The Sun reporting on the Three Lions topping their group but facing a stern test in the next round.

What the papers say – June 18

  What the papers say – June 18 The Manchester Arena inquiry and anticipation ahead of England’s clash with Scotland feature on the front pages on Friday.The Daily Mirror says a public inquiry has found a series of “inexcusable” security errors led to the deaths of 22 people in the Manchester Arena bombing, with the Daily Express reporting the victims were “failed on every level”.

The Daily Star has a “handy guide” for those struggling to follow “England’s Euro 2020 shenanigans” after their group win could see them face trickier opponents in the Round of 16.

And Metro writes 60,000 fans will be in attendance for the final of the competition at Wembley.

Controversial plans to privatise Channel 4 lead The Guardian as Culture Secretary Oliver Dowden said he would hold a “swift consultation” on selling the channel.

What the papers say – June 20

  What the papers say – June 20 A wide range of stories feature across Sunday’s front pages.The Observer reports the former Tory MP and Speaker of the House of Commons has joined the Labour party, telling the paper he is “motivated by support for equality, social justice and internationalism”.

The Financial Times says 5.2 million people became millionaires – in dollar terms – last year despite the havoc wrought by Covid.

And The Independent writes a new trade deal with Pacific nations would boost GDP by 0.08% by 2036.

What the papers say – July 1 .
The papers on Thursday are led by shifts in pandemic advice, the rift between William and Harry, and more on Euro 2020.The Guardian leads on “fears over mass events” due to 1,300 Scotland football fans contracting Covid-19 after travelling to London for their country’s Euro match against England.

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