Daily Mirror – The rush to save summer, under-18s flock to get jab
Summary of Today's Paper
The rush to save summer
The Daily Mirror says that holiday hopes are growing as pressure grows on the government to ease rules on foreign holidays, and many over-18s have rushed to get vaccinated “hoping inoculations might save their summer”. The paper also says that airline staff are planning to march to Westminster this week to demand that travel is opened up.
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The Mirror says: One person has suffered life-changing injuries after a car smashed into pedestrians in Pontyclun, south Wales – the driver is said to have suffered a medical episode at the wheel.
The Mirror says: Kerry Needham has never given up hope and refuses to believe her son is dead – British police say a digger killed tot Ben Needham 30 years ago
The Daily Mirror says Iceland has confirmed plans to hire 2,000 extra store staff to cover staff absences following the so-called “pingdemic”.
The Daily Mirror says: SUPERMARKETS last night warned Boris Johnson he has just 48 hours to fix the pingdemic or shoppers will face empty shelves.