Thursday’s front pages focus on the ongoing crisis in Afghanistan. The papers report on comments from Defence Secretary Ben Wallace’s briefing to MPs in which he said it may be “safer” for Afghans to try to escape from the country overland. There are over 10,000 people gathered at Kabul airport.
Another story picked up by the papers is the “race” to rollout booster jabs as deaths and infections rise. The race to roll out the booster jab stems from fears that vaccine protection among the elderly could drop 50 per cent.
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