Newspaper front pages for the 14th of July, 2021











The Daily Mirror pictures messages of support pinned to a mural in Manchester of Marcus Rashford after the England striker faced racist abuse for missing a penalty in the Euro 2020 final against Italy.The prosecution of soldiers who served during the Troubles in Northern Ireland is to be outlawed, says the Daily Express, “ending a witch-hunt of heroes”.England star Harry Maguire says his father was left with suspected broken ribs after being crushed by ticketless yobs at Wembley for the Euro 2020 final, as the player also called for a crackdown on trolls by social media firms, The Sun reports.
Met chief Dame Cressida Dick wants to continue running Britain’s biggest police force despite the Wembley security scandal and a string of other controversies, says The Times.Veterans who served in Northern Ireland are finally set to be freed from the threat of prosecution, the Daily Mail writes.

The Independent reports senior Conservatives have warned the party urgently needs to “challenge” its attitude towards people taking the knee, with one former minister saying it was a “decisive moment for our party”
Downing Street has been accused of putting tens of thousands of lives at risk in some of the world’s poorest nations after Conservative MPs voted to cut billions of pounds in foreign aid for years to come, according to The Guardian.British holidaymakers are being barred from boarding flights after receiving an Indian-made version of the AstraZeneca COVID vaccine that is not licensed in the EU, claims The Daily Telegraph.
Boris Johnson has warned social media companies to “up their game” and stop online racism after England’s black football stars were abused following the team’s defeat to Italy in the Euro 2020 final, reports Metro.
US consumer prices accelerated faster than expected in June, challenging the Federal Reserve and White House’s view that high inflation during America’s recovery would be temporary, writes the Financial Times.

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