The Guardian – Matt Hancock was warned over not testing
Summary of Today's Paper
Hancock was warned of risks of not testing, say care homes
The Guardian’s front page leads with Matt Hancock, as some of the UK’s largest care home providers say they repeatedly warned the health secretary’s department about the risk of not testing residents before they were discharged from hospitals.
Also featured on the front splash is a report suggesting the outlook for 21 June was more pessimistic, according to government sources.
The Guardian says medical leaders are urging Boris Johnson to cut legal levels of air pollution in the UK to below World Health Organization limits
The Guardian says more than 9,200 Covid cases were reported in the UK on Sunday, the day before it was originally planned that all remaining Covid restrictions in England would be lifted.
The Guardian says the idea that Covid sent a vast new wave of young adults moving back to live in the parental home is a myth
The Guardian says an unsolicited £5.5bn private equity bid for Morrisons, swiftly rejected by the supermarket chain, could spark a bidding war
The Guardian suggests that Boris Johnson is being urged by his cabinet ministers, including Rishi Sunak, to do more collective decision-making
The Guardian says the Liberal Democrats have pulled off an extraordinary victory in the Buckinghamshire constituency of Chesham and Amersham