The i’s front splash leads with the latest travel update on foreign holidays, as the paper urges its readers to holiday in the UK to save the lockdown lifting date of June 21.
Holiday in the UK to save 21 June
The i leads with “Holiday in the UK to save 21 June”, the paper suggests a trade-off between tougher restrictions on travelling abroad and plans to ease the lockdown in England. The paper says Britons are now scrambling to book flights home to avoid quarantining on their return when the rules change at 04:00 BST on Tuesday.
Headlines from the i Online
Uber right to pay its drivers National Living Wage, poll commissioned by Uber finds
The i says Uber is right to pay its drivers the National Living Wage, a poll commissioned by the company has found, four months after the Supreme Court ruled they were workers and not independent contractors.
Boris Johnson receives his second dose of the AstraZeneca vaccine
The i says wearing a mask, the Prime Minister gave a thumbs up and said he “didn’t feel a thing” as he got the jab on Thursday at the Francis Crick Institute in London.
‘Right to disconnect’: Call for ban on bosses phoning and emailing employees outside of working hours
The i says the Government is facing calls to introduce the “right to disconnect” outside office hours to allow UK employees to switch off when their working day is over.
Pfizer vaccine recipients have lower antibodies targeting Indian variant, claims Lancet study
The i says two doses of the Pfizer vaccine leave people with more than five times lower neutralising antibodies – a key part of the immune system – against the Indian variant (Delta) when compared to the original coronavirus strain upon which current vaccines are based, the largest study of its kind suggests.
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