The Daily Telegraph’s front splash says there is mounting pressure on Boris Johnson to delay the easing of restrictions after Nicola Sturgeon’s decision. The PM has been met with the good news of zero Covid deaths, adding pressure to see through the June 21 plans. On the front page is the row over the longer school day and funding for school catch-up plans.
PM under pressure to deliver on June 21
The Daily Telegraph leads on the mounting pressure on Boris Johnson to delay the final step of easing COVID restrictions on 21 June following Nicola Sturgeon’s decision to delay on Tuesday.
Longer school day for catch up in doubt after row over cost
The paper says the plans to extend the school day so students can catch up with time lost over the pandemic is in doubt after a row over the cost.
The Education Secretary has admitted ‘more needs to be done’ to help children catch up after the smaller-than-expected budget was announced.
Charities urged to make chiefs pay easier to find online
Sharing the front splash is the news charities must publish their top earners’ names, pay and salary justification within “two clicks” of their home page, a former charity boss has said.
Kate Winslet: Don’t airbrush my ‘bulgy bits’
The main picture on the paper’s front page is of Kate Winslet, who opens up about filming Mare of Easttown.
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Wetherspoons boss calls for more EU migration as bars and restaurants tackle staff shortage
The Telegraph says the Brexit-backing boss of JD Wetherspoon has urged Boris Johnson to introduce a visa scheme for EU workers as British pubs and restaurants struggle to recruit staff in the post-pandemic labour market squeeze.
Home moving costs double as buyers swarm stamp duty holiday deadline
The Telegraph says the cost of moving and the time it takes to buy a property have doubled as homebuyers race to get their deals completed by the June 30 stamp duty holiday deadline.
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