The Daily Express leads with the bounceback from Covid-19. The paper says ‘more jabs, more jobs’ as Britain is expecting to beat all major rich countries this year with a record recovery.
Jabs boost the economy
Britain’s “more jabs, more jobs” bounceback from COVID-19 is paying off with a record recovery, with economists now expecting us to beat all major rich nations this year with 7.2% growth, the Daily Express writes.
Hottest day of the year
Sharing the front splash is an image of a woman relaxing in a pool as the paper says Monday’s heat was a ‘record breaker’ and it’s set to continue this week.
Headlines from the Express Online.
Indian variant: Blitz testing in Kent to counter mutation as third wave fears grow
The Express says a coronavirus testing program will begin today in Canterbury for asymptomatic people due to a surge in the number of cases of the Indian variant.
Joe Biden’s fury with EU as aide warned ‘scatterbrained’ bloc against UK revenge
The Express says Joe Biden would be furious with the EU if any bid is tabled by the bloc to seek revenge on the UK over Brexit, as one of his closest and most trusted colleagues warned Brussels against feeling “scatterbrained” and punishing Britain.
Channel crossings: More than 500 migrants make journey in four days, says Home Office
The Express says on Friday, 19 boats carrying 336 people were intercepted by UK authorities, while seven boats carried a further 144 migrants on Saturday. One boat with 17 people onboard crossed the Channel on Sunday, and a further 71 people travelled in three boats on Monday.
Naomi Osaka pulls out of French Open after being fined £12.9k
The Express says four-time Grand Slam singles champion Naomi Osaka has withdrawn from the French Open, writing on social media to explain her controversial decision. Osaka announced last week that she wouldn’t be taking part in press conferences at the French Open, stating she didn’t want to “subject myself to people that doubt me.”
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