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Daily Mail () Newspaper Front Page for 6 July 2021
7/6/2021: FRONT PAGE: IT’S NOW OR NEVER
BORIS Johnson last night signalled a ‘big bang’ end to lockdown on July 19, saying it was now or never for a return to normality. He acknowledged the pandemic was ‘far from over’ and that daily Covid cases could top 50,000 by ‘Freedom Day’ in a...


The Guardian () Newspaper Front Page for 6 July 2021
7/6/2021: Front Page: Johnson sweeps away lockdown restrictions in Covid-19 gamble

Boris Johnson will revoke hundreds of Covid regulations and make England the most unrestricted society in Europe from 19 July despite saying new cases could soar to 50,000 a day before masks and social distancing are ditched. In a sign the government...



The Independent () Newspaper Front Page for 6 July 2021
7/5/2021: Front Page: PM to ease Covid rules as scientists urge caution
Boris Johnson is poised to announce the easing of social distancing rules, despite a backlash from scientists over his willingness to accept more serious illnesses and deaths from Covid. Today, people will be urged to “learn to live with this virus”,...


Daily Express () Newspaper Front Page for 6 July 2021
7/6/2021: FRONT PAGE: BORIS: IT’S NOW OR NEVER... BUT DON’T BE DEMOB HAPPY
BORIS Johnson is making a nowor-never stand to end most Covid curbs on July 19. Axing obligatory masks and limits on gatherings, he said: “If we can’t reopen our society in the next few weeks... when will we?” But the PM urged people not to act...


Daily Star () Newspaper Front Page for 6 July 2021
7/6/2021: FRONT PAGE: CORRECTIONS & COMPLAINTS
If we’ve published anything factually inaccurate, please contact the readers’ editor by email at [email protected] or write to Readers’ Star, One Canada Square, London E14 5AP and, once verified, we’ll correct it as soon as possible. The...


The Daily Telegraph () Newspaper Front Page for 6 July 2021
7/6/2021: Front Page: It’s now or never, says Johnson

BORIS JOHNSON announced the end of Covid restrictions last night as he suggested that Britain might not return to normality if it did not seize the opportunity now. The Prime Minister announced that laws enforcing masks and social distancing would be...



Daily Mirror () Newspaper Front Page for 6 July 2021

London Evening Standard () Newspaper Front Page for 6 July 2021
7/5/2021: Front Page: BORIS v THE MEDICS ON MASKLESS TUBE
DOCTORS and scientists clashed with Boris Johnson today as he moved to scrap compulsory mask-wearing in shops and on public transport. The chairman of the British Medical Association, Dr Chaand Nagpaul, said the Government’s decision to let people...


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