One year on from the tragic death of actress Naya Rivera, her fans have flooded social media to remember the former Glee star.
PM Boris Johnson has refused to rule out allowing a special bank holiday if England win the Euro 2020 final. The PM was asked if people will get the day off on Monday if England on Sunday
BBC News says Japan has declared a state of emergency in Tokyo which will run throughout the Olympic Games, to combat coronavirus.
UK residents arriving in England from amber travel list countries will no longer have to quarantine on from 19 July, providing them have received both vaccine doses.
Uefa has charged England after a laser pointer was shone at the Denmark goalkeeper during the England Demark semi-final match at Wembley.
The Scottish Sun says ENGLAND won the penalty for Harry Kane’s crucial semi-final goal against Denmark with TWO BALLS on the Wembley pitch as winger Raheem Sterling brought down.
The Independent says Raheem Sterling’s name will be mentioned often in the print and broadcast media many times between now and Sunday both in his home country and abroad.
Football365 says Arsene Wenger and Jose Mourinho have both slammed the decision to award England a penalty in their extra-time victory over Denmark in Euro 2020.
Evening Standard says Dietmar Hamann slammed the match officials for missing Raheem Sterling’s ‘blatant dive’ which ultimately led to England’s winning goal against Denmark.
The Guardian says Boris Johnson has admitted he is “apprehensive” about the future of Afghanistan as he confirmed UK’s withdrawal.
The Times says a laser pen was pointed at Denmark goalkeeper Kasper Schmeichel’s eyes as he faced the extra-time penalty.
The Times says girls at a single-sex school in Merseyside will be able to wear trousers after a petition was signed by thousands of people, including politicians and celebrities.
The Times says Angelina Jolie has asked a judge to allow her to sell her share of a wine business she owns with her ex-husband Brad Pitt.
The i says Boris Johnson has been forced to defend the decision to delay the relaxation of self-isolation rules by a month after restrictions are lifted on 19 July.
The i says hospitals around the UK are seeing record daily attendances in A&E, with staff describing claims from scientists.
The i says Spain passed a law on Tuesday to classify all “non-consensual sex” as rape after a series of court cases outraged the country.
The Guardian says a US appeals court has suspended Rudy Giuliani from practising law in Washington DC.
The Guardian says school leavers across the UK have shrugged off fears about the continuing impact of Covid.
The Guardian says Britain’s employers are struggling with the worst staff shortages since the late 1990s.
The Guardian says Gareth Southgate values control almost above anything else. For England, this has been a tournament about control.
The i says ministers are facing mounting pressure to speed up plans to scrap self-isolation rules for the double jabbed.
The i says teachers will be instructed to extend the school day later this year to help pupils catch up with learning lost due to the pandemic, Boris Johnson has signalled.
The i says long after Thursday morning’s hangovers fade, we’ll have the memories of Raheem Sterling’s greatest England performance.
The Times says a mighty roar bellowed around Wembley stadium. It cascaded out of pubs and bars, and along streets across the nation.
The Daily Express says: from tomorrow, tourists will be able to wander around the gardens and explore the many picturesque picnic spots, eating with a view of the palace. With high demand for tickets, additional spots have been made available in July through to September.
The Times says first vaccinations have almost halved in two weeks as demand from young people starts to dry up.
Lynne Spears, Britney’s mother, asks a private lawyer to end Britney’s conservatorship. after an explosive hearing
The Metro says Britney Spears’ mum Lynne has asked a judge for her daughter be allowed to hire her private lawyer, in a bid to end her conservatorship, it has been claimed.
The Guardian’s top story is on a warning from doctors and scientists that the UK government is easing restrictions too early in England.
MEGHAN MARKLE and Prince Harry’s Netflix contract was questioned by experts over its longevity as a source of “permanent income” for the couple.
The i newspaper likens the Euro win to a fairytale, describing the match as thrilling, and praising England’s Raheem Sterling for his performance.
analyst claims, Prince Harry is “torn” between Meghan Markle and the Royal Family after “sacrificing everything” for his wife.
The Sun says: Palace insider Duncan Larcombe – author of Prince Harry: The Inside Story – claims the Sussexes may face a fight for their marriage unless they can “compromise”.
Two binmen have been sacked for fighting pedestrians in a town centre during an extraordinary rampage in their orange overalls.
The Times describes the mighty roar of euphoria and asks us to “imagine the delirium if England actually go on to win” the tournament.
COVID infections could hit 120,000-a-day by Freedom Day as cases quickly quadruple, a study warns.
BORIS JOHNSON has thrown his support behind plans to extend the school day in a bid to help students catch up on their lessons following the coronavirus lockdown.