Newspaper front pages for the 17th of July, 2021

Global health experts have described Boris Johnson’s move to ease all remaining coronavirus restrictions in England as a threat to the world – that’s on the front of the Financial Times.
Boris Johnson’s push to axe the remaining coronavirus restrictions has been described as dangerous, The Guardian reports.
The Daily Mirror leads with fears of another lockdown in five weeks, as COVID-19 cases surge.

The Daily Star leads with news of sunny weather expected during the weekend.
The Daily Express leads with a health warning ahead of the warm temperatures expected this weekend.

The Times leads with news that travellers coming to the UK from France will effectively be put in a category between the red and amber travel lists, putting the holiday plans of thousands of people at risk.

Holidays to France have been “thrown into chaos”, The Daily Telegraph reports, after a rule requiring fully-vaccinated travellers to isolate on their return was re-imposed. Our story is here.

The Daily Mail leads with the sudden amber list change that will force thousands of fully-vaccinated people to isolate after travelling from France to the UK.

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