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Daily Express () Newspaper Front Page for 18 March 2021
3/18/2021: FRONT PAGE: PROOF...IF YOU NEED IT! EU WILL NEVER LET IT GO 25m

THE EU is threatening to seize life-saving vaccines heading to Britain. In a highly provocative move, Ursula von



Daily Mail () Newspaper Front Page for 18 March 2021
3/18/2021: Front Page: PRITI: ASYLUM SEEKERS TO BE SENT OVERSEAS
ASYLUM seekers who cross the Channel illegally to reach Britain face being sent to another country. Priti Patel plans to take a much tougher stance on unauthorised migration to stop people smugglers exploiting desperate migrants and putting their...


Daily Mirror () Newspaper Front Page for 18 March 2021

Daily Record () Newspaper Front Page for 18 March 2021
3/18/2021: FRONT PAGE: SUSPECT ARRESTED 20 YEARS ON BARRYMORE IN NEW MURDER QUIZ

POLICE are to question entertainer Michael Barrymore again over the death of Stuart Lubbock in the star’s pool during a party 20 years ago. Eight guests will also be quizzed after “significant new information”. A man, 50, was arrested yesterday....



Daily Star () Newspaper Front Page for 18 March 2021
3/18/2021: FRONT PAGE: I WAS PULLING ALL THE STRINGS

WE couldn’t understand why short-sighted Dom Cummings wasn’t sacked last spring but now we know… he was secretly running the whole bleedin’ country.



The Daily Telegraph () Newspaper Front Page for 18 March 2021
3/18/2021: Front Page: Vaccine shortage to paralyse rollout

VACCINE shortages mean that no more first appointments for Covid jabs will be booked in April, amid growing chaos with supplies arriving in Britain. The Health Secretary last night blamed a “lumpy” supply of vaccines for a situation which will mean...



The Guardian () Newspaper Front Page for 18 March 2021
3/18/2021: Front Page: Covid jabs for under-50s delayed by a month due to vaccine shortages
People under 50 may have to wait up to a month longer than planned for their Covid vaccination because of a major shortage of vaccine that will start at the end of the month, NHS bosses have admitted. The unexpected delay was set out in a letter to...


The Independent () Newspaper Front Page for 18 March 2021
3/18/2021: Front Page: Tommy Robinson ‘misused’ donations from supporters, claim former allies

The English Defence League founder speaks to his supporters outside the Old Bailey in London in 2019



The Scotsman () Newspaper Front Page for 18 March 2021
3/18/2021: FRONT PAGE: Police called to break up St Patrick’s Day crowds

Police were called to break up a St Patrick’s Day gathering in Glasgow’s Kelvingrove Park, with revellers in the spring sunshine conspicuously ignoring social distancing rules, and similar scenes unfolded later in the day in the Meadows in Edinburgh,...





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