The i says Covid vaccine passports could be made mandatory in large venues that fail to introduce them on a voluntary basis
The Times says Bill Gates almost broke down in tears at a “billionaire summer camp” as he confessed to messing up his marriage to Melinda.
The Times says sixteen months, 128,000 deaths and several very long lockdowns ago, Boris Johnson stood in front of a podium.
The Guardian says Freedom Day: where’s the public anger about the government’s over-confident and irresponsible plan to remove all restrictions on 19 July.
The i says we all know people who have withdrawn from “everyday” life in the past 17 months because of a serious illness.
The Daily Mail says anxiety levels across the country are rising as Freedom Day on July 19 approaches and all restrictions are removed, experts have warned.
The Guardian says the rise in infections that will follow the government’s plans to reopen on 19 July will put intense pressure on the NHS.
The Times says ministers will tell technology giants to immediately hand over details of the racists who abused England players so the government can “make examples” of the perpetrators.
The Times says outside the home of English football hordes of intruders rushed barriers, stewards allegedly took cash bribes and there was violence on the terraces.
The Times says selective universities are getting tougher on recruitment this year after squeezing in more students than expected last autumn.
The i says a number of pubs in Britain will approach service with caution after 19 July to make sure they are still “inclusive” for every part of the community.
The i says an exhausted Gareth Southgate will take a break before deciding whether to extend his contract as England’s manager
The i says the easing of lockdown seems to have helped many British teenagers’ mental health – but loneliness and anxiety remain extremely common.