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Daily Mail () Newspaper Front Page for 31 March 2021
3/31/2021: Front Page: BRITAIN’S RACE REVOLUTION
BRITAIN is a model to the world of a successful multiethnic society, a major review concluded last night. It found no evidence the UK is institutionally racist – in a rejection of the common view among activists. The Commission on Race and Ethnic...


The Guardian () Newspaper Front Page for 31 March 2021
3/31/2021: Front Page: Ofsted plea for power to check for abuse in private schools ignored
The chief inspector of schools in England asked for greater powers to monitor independent schools over “potential safeguarding issues”, but was ignored by ministers, the Guardian can reveal. Despite concerns raised by Amanda Spielman, Ofsted’s chief...


The Independent () Newspaper Front Page for 31 March 2021
3/30/2021: Front Page: The ‘missed chances’ to act on school sex abuse
Opportunities to root out the problem of sexual abuse in schools have been missed since a report called for “urgent” action on the issue five years ago, MPs have warned. Labour leader Sir Keir Starmer yesterday added his voice to calls for an inquiry,...


Daily Express () Newspaper Front Page for 31 March 2021
3/31/2021: FRONT PAGE: HOT... BUT NOT BOTHERED!

CAREFREE crowds ignoring Covid rules were warned yesterday: “Don’t blow it now.” Health Secretary Matt



Daily Star () Newspaper Front Page for 31 March 2021
3/31/2021: FRONT PAGE: THOUGHT FOR THE DAY
Just don’t ask for a vegan sausage on the barbie


The Daily Telegraph () Newspaper Front Page for 31 March 2021
3/31/2021: Front Page: Merkel and Macron turn to Putin for vaccines

FRANCE and Germany were last night in negotiations with Vladimir Putin to supply the Russian Covid vaccine to the EU after Angela Merkel suspended use of the Oxford-astrazeneca jab for the under-60s. Emmanuel Macron, the French president, and the...



Daily Mirror () Newspaper Front Page for 31 March 2021

London Evening Standard () Newspaper Front Page for 31 March 2021
3/30/2021: Front Page: 4TH JAB COULD BE READY IN 4 WEEKS
BRITAIN could get a fourth Covid-19 vaccine within as little as four weeks, a leading expert told the Evening Standard today. Professor Paul Heath, chief investigator for the Novavax jab trial in the UK, said that if approved by regulators it would...


Daily Record () Newspaper Front Page for 31 March 2021
3/31/2021: FRONT PAGE: A REALLY GOOD FRIDAY

NicolA Sturgeon has given the country an Easter weekend boost – by confirming lockdown will start to lift on Good Friday. The First Minister said continued progress against Covid-19, fuelled by the success of the vaccine roll-out, meant some...



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