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What the papers say – August 11

11/08/2020

Increasing tensions over the reopening of schools and problems with A-level results feature prominently on the nation’s papers on Tuesday.

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What the papers say – August 10

10/08/2020

The plight of Britain’s schools amid the pandemic features prominently amidst an assortment of stories on the nation’s front pages.

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What the papers say – August 8

08/08/2020

Moves against migrants arriving in the UK by boat, and Britain’s scorching temperatures are among a variety of topics on the front pages on Saturday.

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What the papers say – August 6

06/08/2020

The nation’s front pages are dominated by moves to change the planning system while pictures of devastation in Beirut also feature.

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What the papers say – August 5

05/08/2020

Wednesday’s papers are led by concerns over the UK’s test and trace system as well as the hidden health costs of the lockdown.

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What the papers say – August 4

04/08/2020

Various angles on the coronavirus and a Russian hacking scandal are among an assortment of topics on Tuesday’s front pages.

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What the papers say – August 3

03/08/2020

A new test giving hope in the fight against Covid-19 and concerns over potential shielding advice for people aged over 50 feature prominently in the nation’s newspapers.

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What the papers say – July 22

22/07/2020

Anger over a report into Russian meddling in UK democracy and potential new powers for security agencies fill the front pages on Wednesday.

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What the papers say – July 21

21/07/2020

Many papers lead with photographs of actress Amber Heard outside court, but the main story concerns the encouraging results from the University of Oxford’s coronavirus vaccine trials.

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What the papers say – July 18

18/07/2020

The return to office life features on Saturday’s front pages alongside pictures of Captain Tom Moore being knighted by the Queen.

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What the papers say – July 17

17/07/2020

Accusations the Russian state is attempting to hack into research on a potential vaccine for Covid-19 are splashed across the nation’s front pages.

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What the papers say – July 16

16/07/2020

Raised hopes of a vaccine for Covid-19 dominate the front pages, alongside pictures of a new statue in Bristol to replace Edward Colston whose likeness was taken down as Black Lives Matter protests swept the country.

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What the papers say – July 14

14/07/2020

The nation’s papers are dominated by the Government’s decision to make it mandatory to wear face coverings while shopping in England.

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What the papers say – July 13

13/07/2020

Calls for Britons to begin preparing for Brexit and for a posthumous knighthood for Jack Charlton lead the nation’s papers.

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What the papers say – July 8

08/07/2020

The Chancellor’s plans to get the economy moving, Amber Heard and Johnny Depp in court and car parking charges for NHS staff are among the stories making headlines.

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What the papers say – July 6

06/07/2020

The nation’s papers are dominated by the announcement of a £1.57 billion economic lifeline for Britain’s arts industry, which has been decimated by the coronavirus pandemic.

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What the papers say – July 3

03/07/2020

The charge and court appearance of British socialite Ghislaine Maxwell appears on many of the front pages, along with a preview of Super Saturday when pubs are allowed to open their doors again in England.