The Daily Mirror  -  8 care home Covid victims, families demand urgent inquiry 

The Daily Mirror  -  8 care home Covid victims, families demand urgent inquiry 

The Daily Mirror’s front slash features a picture of 8 “care home Covid victims” as it reports families are demanding an urgent inquiry following accusations Matt Hancock lied. Online, the Daily Mirror reports that travellers to the US could be allowed back in ‘within weeks’ and the paper continues its extensive coverage of Prince Harry. 

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Matt Hancock lies: You told them they were safe

The Daily Mirror leads on claims Matt Hancock lied over the safety of care home residents, following Dominic Cummings’s accusations.

Eight “care home Covid victims” are pictured on the front page of the Daily Mirror. Families are “demanding an urgent inquiry to find out why loved ones became ‘lambs to the slaughter”, it says.


HEADLINES FROM THE MIRROR ONLINE

Man in his 20s shot dead outside Tube station after gunfire heard in early hours

The Mirror Online says Met Police were called at 1.21 am today to Turnpike Lane Station in Haringey to reports that a person had been shot as well as a number of shots having been fired. 

Prince Harry says Diana fans thought ‘they knew her better’ than he did when she died

The Mirror Online says Prince Harry opened up about his troubles dealing with the public grief of his mother Princess Diana’s tragic death in his new mental health-based Apple TV+ series The Me You Can’t See. 

Travellers to US could be allowed back in with ‘flights to restart in weeks’

The Mirror Online says currently the US has sealed its borders to anyone who has been in the UK within 14 days of travel. The Foreign Office also advises against non-essential travel to country. 

Fears for June 21 lockdown date as Indian Covid-19 variant doubles in a week

The Mirror says there are now 6,959 UK cases of the B.1.617.2 strain as it becomes dominant – and that could spell trouble for step four of England’s lockdown roadmap.

Hospital cases in Indian variant hotspots not rising fast and may peak next week

The Mirror says hospitalisations are “ticking up” in areas suffering outbreaks but nowhere near levels seen in January and February amid hopes they could peak as soon as next week – paving the way for June 21 to progress as planned.


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Daily Mirror – Diana – Naomi Campbell ‘returns to work ‘after baby at 50

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