Today’s news summary – Paper Talk
Many of Monday’s front pages prominently feature the government’s hopes that the UK is moving towards a new phase of the pandemic.
The Daily Mirror leads with an exclusive investigation into the government’s levelling up plans, with one school in Yorkshire saying it has more than 50 leaks in the roof, leaving children “wet and cold”.
The Sun says the nation will celebrate 2022’s historic Platinum Jubilee with a UK-wide bake-off to create a dessert dedicated to Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth as Buckingham Palace unveil the full list of celebration plans.
Senior Conservatives are warning the prime minister to take immediate action to solve the cost of living crisis, writes the Daily Express.
Campaigners say Michael Gove must spend billions more to end the fire safety crisis for homes across England, reports The Guardian.
The Independent leads with an exclusive interview from one of Britain’s most senior counterterror police officers who has warned that preventing terror attacks is “more difficult than it’s ever been”.
Omicron may have peaked with new cases falling for five days in a row, suggesting the rollout of booster vaccines and Plan B restrictions are working, writes the Metro.