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UK News What the papers say – August 1

04:09  01 august  2021
04:09  01 august  2021 Source:   msn.com

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1 August 2020, 2:11 am. The nation’s papers are led by the halt to lockdown easing amid a surge in England’s coronavirus cases. The Daily Telegraph and The Times lead with the Prime Minister ‘slamming the brakes’ on further restrictions being lifted as warnings continue to grow over a potential second wave. To view this content, you'll need to update your privacy settings.

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Kebabs for coronavirus jabs and a second baby for Prime Minister Boris and Carrie Johnson feature among the headlines on Sunday.

a close up of a newspaper: What the papers say – August 1 (PA) © Andrew Matthews What the papers say – August 1 (PA)

The Sunday Telegraph writes people will be given shopping vouchers, pizzas and other incentives if they have a coronavirus vaccine as the Government seek to “revive” the “ailing rollout”.

The Sunday People carries a similar story with the headline of “kebabs for jabs” as young people will get “rewards” for getting a vaccine.

The Sunday Times leads with reports Chancellor Rishi Sunak has written to Mr Johnson calling for the easing of travel restrictions, telling the PM that Britain’s approach is “out of step with our international competitors”.

The Sunday Mirror, Sunday Express and Daily Star on Sunday all lead on Mrs Johnson saying she is expecting a baby.

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The Observer carries a story about an aide to Sir Keir Starmer warning millions of voters that Labour lost to the Conservatives have “little idea what the party stands for”.

And The Independent reports almost 400 asylum seekers have been waiting for a decision on whether they can stay in the UK for more than a decade.

What the papers say – August 9 .
The papers on Monday cover the close of the Tokyo Olympics and efforts to get public servants to return to the office.The Times reports Cabinet ministers are planning a “big push” to get civil servants to return to the office from next month, with a Government source proposing to the Daily Mail the pay of those working from home be cut.

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