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UK News What the papers say – July 22

04:51  22 july  2021
04:51  22 july  2021 Source:   msn.com

What the papers say – July 12

  What the papers say – July 12 The working week begins with agony across the front pages following England’s Euros defeat.Metro says “Lions did us proud” over a full-page photograph of England manager Gareth Southgate embracing Bukayo Saka after the player’s missed penalty.

Stories about the ‘pingdemic’ feature heavily on Thursday’s front pages with reports of the damaging impact of self-isolation guidance on close contacts of coronavirus cases.

a close up of a newspaper: What the papers say – July 22 (PA) © Andrew Matthews What the papers say – July 22 (PA)

The disruption to supermarket supplies leads many of the papers, with The Daily Telegraph reporting supply chains are “starting to fail” as thousands of workers are sent into isolation.

The Times writes supermarket workers are unlikely to be granted an exemption from isolating with only a few people in critical sectors permitted to take daily tests as an alternative.

The Sun says “pings are running out”, while the Daily Mail asks “When will No10 act?”

Metro carries the punny headline “Shelf Isolation”, while the Daily Star writes the “bog roll bandits are back”.

While the i says “shutdown replaces lockdown”, reporting disruption to retail, transport, tourism, manufacturing, the NHS and police.

The proposed 3% pay rise for NHS workers leads The Guardian, the paper reporting nurses are likely to reject the award and may take industrial action.

And the Daily Mirror calls the plan a “pay insult”.

The latest on the Northern Ireland Protocol features on the front of The Independent, with officials suggesting a trade war between the UK and EU was “inevitable” unless Britain refuses to back down.

While the Daily Express says the EU has triggered a stand-off after rejecting Britain’s plans.

The Financial Times carries news of a “fillip for London” after shares in buyout group Bridgepoint Advisers rose 29% on their first day of trading.

What the papers say – July 31 .
Pictures of Team GB’s success in Tokyo also feature on the Saturday front pages.The Daily Mirror carries the headline “Hols hell”, reporting a combination of “fierce storms” and Covid rules have put holidays “under a cloud”.

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