Today’s news summary – Paper Talk
Many of Monday’s papers cover the government’s drug strategy announcement, focusing on the proposed punishments for middle-class illegal drug users, who could face losing their passports or driving licenses. Other news includes pandemic warnings from Professor Sarah Gilbert, UK weather and Christmas 2021.
The axing of EU rules will allow UK businesses to compete on a level playing field, the Daily Express says.
The Guardian has a warning from the creator of the Oxford/AstraZeneca vaccine, who says the next virus could be worse than COVID-19.
The Sun has the latest on the case of Arthur Labinjo-Hughes after his father and stepmother were jailed in connection with his death.
Christmas celebrations could lead to restrictions in the New Year, the Daily Mirror warns.
Metro has news of another storm approaching the UK, less than two weeks after Arwen.
The Independent leads with a warning from jab chief prof Adrian Hill who says selling off the UK’s vaccine manufacturing plant would leave the UK vulnerable.