Today’s news summary – Paper Talk

Today’s news summary – Paper Talk

Today’s news summary – Paper Talk

Monday’s papers cover the ongoing Europe Covid-19 wave and protests – including Austria’s lockdown and how the UK can avoid its own Christmas lockdown. Many of the papers run pictures of the anti-lockdown violence in Brussels.

Online, the news sites are reporting on the vehicle that ploughed into a  Christmas parade in Waukesha, Wisconsin – killing at least 5.


The health secretary has said the UK is on track to avoid a Christmas lockdown – that’s on the front of the Daily Express.

The i says ministers are pushing for booster jabs to be offered to all over-18s. It comes as bookings open from Monday for eligible over-40s.

The Daily Mirror investigates fur farms in Finland, where animals are used to make fashion items for shoppers in the UK.

Boris Johnson has been warned that he can’t take the support of his MPs for granted as he faces a backbench rebellion over plans to scale back the social care cap – that’s on the front of The Guardian.

Prime Minister Boris Johnson has been criticised for not wearing a face mask on a crowded train – just a day after apologising for not wearing one during a hospital visit, Metro says.

Online, the Independent is leading with reports that at least five people have died and 40 injured after a vehicle ploughed into a Christmas parade on Sunday in Waukesha, Wisconsin, city officials have said.

The Sun Online is leading with reports that double child murderer Colin Pitchfork ‘sidled up’ to young women while out on long walks – after “conning” parole chiefs into setting him free. 

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