Daily Express

What the papers say – January 18 (Peter Byrne/PA)
UK

What the papers say – January 18

18/01/2021

The papers are led by the expansion of the Government’s coronavirus vaccination programme to include millions of over 70s and the clinically extremely vulnerable.

What the papers say – January 14 (PA)
UK

What the papers say – January 14

14/01/2021

The vaccination push on a dark day in Britain’s pandemic battle leads most of the papers on Thursday, along with Donald Trump making history again – through his second impeachment.

What the papers say – January 13 (PA)
UK

What the papers say – January 13

13/01/2021

The fight against coronavirus – in hospitals, vaccination centres and retail outlets – dominates the nation’s papers once again.

What the papers say – January 12 (PA)
UK

What the papers say – January 12

12/01/2021

Consternation about lockdown measures – stoked by the Prime Minister’s bicycle outing in London – features prominently in Tuesday’s papers.

What the papers say – January 9 (PA)
UK

What the papers say – January 9

09/01/2021

The startling fact the UK has recorded its highest number of Covid-19 deaths reported on a single day since the pandemic began is splashed across the national front pages.

What the papers say – January 8 (PA)
UK

What the papers say – January 8

08/01/2021

Reaction to the violent events in Washington DC and Boris Johnson’s pledge of an unprecedented national effort to roll out Covid-19 vaccines across the UK fill the national papers.

What the papers say – January 5 (PA)
UK

What the papers say – January 5

05/01/2021

The announcement of a further lockdown in England leads all of the national newspapers on Tuesday, with Prime Minister Boris Johnson warning the coming weeks will be “the hardest yet”.

What the papers say – January 4 (PA)
UK

What the papers say – January 4

04/01/2021

A range of stories relating to Covid-19 lead the papers on the first working day of 2021, from the rollout of the Oxford/AstraZeneca vaccine to harsher restrictions.

What the papers say – January 2 (PA)
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What the papers say – January 2

02/01/2021

Upbeat messages about post-Brexit Britain are overshadowed by dire warnings over the worsening Covid crisis on the front pages on Saturday.

What the papers say – January 1 (PA)
UK

What the papers say – January 1

01/01/2021

Hopes for a brighter year despite the continuing battle against Covid-19 and a new direction for the UK dominate the front pages at the start of 2021.

What the papers say – December 31 (PA)
UK

What the papers say – December 31

31/12/2020

As swathes of the country were plunged into Tier 4 restrictions overnight, most of the front pages focus on ways out of the suffering caused by Covid-19.

What the papers say – December 30 (PA)
UK

What the papers say – December 30

30/12/2020

Increased pressure on hospitals due to surging Covid-19 infections will lead to most of England soon coming under the toughest pandemic measures, the national papers say.

What the papers say – December 29 (PA)
UK

What the papers say – December 29

29/12/2020

Many of Tuesday’s front pages feature mounting demands for the Government to keep secondary schools closed in January over surging coronavirus infections.

What the papers say – December 26 (PA)
UK

What the papers say – December 26

26/12/2020

The conclusion of a Brexit deal on Christmas Eve and the Queen’s Christmas message are among the stories making headlines on Boxing Day.

What the papers say – December 19 (PA)
UK

What the papers say – December 19

19/12/2020

The lingering prospect of a third national lockdown in the UK leads many of Saturday’s papers, while developments on another Covid-19 vaccine, Brexit and Strictly also feature on the fronts.

What the papers say – December 18 (PA)
UK

What the papers say – December 18

18/12/2020

England facing another lockdown and Brexit talks being bogged down dominate the papers, along with controversy surrounding a senior Conservative.