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Daily Express () Newspaper Front Page for 15 June 2020

BORIS Johnson wants high street tills to ring the changes as Britain begins its bounce back. The PM said: “I think people should shop, and shop with confidence.” And as around 7,000 local parades and centres reopen in England this

Daily Mail () Newspaper Front Page for 15 June 2020
SCHOOL closures are putting a generation of children at risk of obesity, health chiefs warned last night. They said lack of exercise could have devastating long-term consequences when one in five pupils are already excessively overweight. ‘We need to...

Daily Mirror () Newspaper Front Page for 15 June 2020

Daily Star () Newspaper Front Page for 15 June 2020

TODAY: There will be a mixture of sunny spells and scattered showers, some becoming heavy, particularly in western areas. Elsewhere will see warm sunshine, though cloud could linger for a time along North Sea coastal areas. OUTLOOK: Sunny spells and...

London Evening Standard () Newspaper Front Page for 15 June 2020
BRITAIN’S crippled lockdown economy smashed all records in April when the nation’s output plummeted by more than a fifth, official figures revealed today. The remarkable 20.4 per cent dive in GDP — even deeper than most City forecasts — came in the...

The Daily Telegraph () Newspaper Front Page for 15 June 2020
6/15/2020: Front Page: ‘We can’t photoshop our history’

BORIS JOHNSON has warned that Britain cannot “photoshop” its long and complicated cultural history and that to do so would be a “distortion” of our past, amid the ongoing row over the removal of public monuments. Writing in The Daily Telegraph, the...

The Guardian () Newspaper Front Page for 15 June 2020
6/15/2020: Front Page: Don’t lift lockdown until contact tracing works, WHO tells Johnson
England’s coronavirus lockdown must not be further lifted until the government’s contact tracing system has proved to be “robust and effective”, the World Health Organization has said after widespread criticism of the first results of the new tracking...

The Independent () Newspaper Front Page for 15 June 2020
6/15/2020: Front Page: Ministers could overrule scientists on distancing
The government could overrule its scientific and medical advisers to relax the two-metre social-distancing rule, the chancellor has said – as Boris Johnson urged Britons to head back to the shops. Rishi Sunak said yesterday “advisers advise ministers,...

The Scotsman () Newspaper Front Page for 15 June 2020
6/13/2020: FRONT PAGE: Black Lives Matter: Now Bruce statue vandalised

0 A clean-up operation was needed at Bannockburn yesterday where a statue of Robert the Bruce was vandalised with graffiti labelling him a ‘racist king’. Writing found sprayed on the rotunda read: ‘Robert was a racist, bring down the statue’.

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