Britain opting to close all travel corridors and prevent quarantine-free travel from Monday leads many of the Saturday papers.
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.
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.
Concerns as England enters a new lockdown and vaccine developments fill the front pages.
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”.
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.
Upbeat messages about post-Brexit Britain are overshadowed by dire warnings over the worsening Covid crisis on the front pages on Saturday.
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.
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.
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.
Many of Tuesday’s front pages feature mounting demands for the Government to keep secondary schools closed in January over surging coronavirus infections.
The national front pages are lit up with the promise of a new jab to protect Britons against coronavirus.
The conclusion of a Brexit deal on Christmas Eve and the Queen’s Christmas message are among the stories making headlines on Boxing Day.
Thursday’s papers are dominated by Brexit trade negotiations finally nearing their end.
The papers are awash with reaction to France reopening its border to hauliers.
The UK feeling the effects of international travel restrictions dominates the nation’s front pages.
Monday’s front pages are dominated by international reaction to the new strain of coronavirus sweeping through the country.
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.
England facing another lockdown and Brexit talks being bogged down dominate the papers, along with controversy surrounding a senior Conservative.
The urgings of the Prime Minister for small family Christmas celebrations lead most of the nation’s papers, amid some controversy.
Debate on Covid restrictions for England over the festive season dominates the papers on Wednesday.
The ominous emergence of a new strain of the coronavirus dominates Britain’s newspapers on Tuesday.
The nation’s papers have struck mostly optimistic tones over hopes of a Brexit deal through the latest extension of trade talks between the EU and the UK.
Britain’s firing of a warning shot to Brussels over a no-deal Brexit leads many of the Saturday papers.
Boris Johnson saying there is a “strong possibility” the UK will fail to broker a trade agreement with the EU is splashed across most of the front pages.
Sir James Dyson and his wife have received a £100,000 payout from the publishers of the Daily Mail after it ran a “false and harmful” article about a legal dispute with their former housekeeper
The papers are led by Boris Johnson’s dinner with European Commission president Ursula von der Leyen in Brussels.
The start of the UK’s mass Covid-19 vaccination programme features on many front pages on Wednesday, along with continuing discussion over Brexit.
Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s trip to Brussels to try to finalise a Brexit deal features on most of the nation’s front pages.
Developments on Brexit and the arrival of a coronavirus vaccine on British shores are among the stories making headlines on Monday.