Newspaper front pages for the 24th of July, 2021


The ‘vaccine bounce’ in the polls for Prime Minister Boris Johnson appears to have ended, according to the i Weekend
The Sun splashes on the latest from the Ryan Giggs trial, where the former Manchester United star denied a charge of controlling and coercive behaviour against his ex-girlfriend Kate Greville.

Millions of people are going to be driving this weekend to go on holiday, according to the Daily Express, with airports also expected to have their busiest weekend of the year.
England is facing weeks of ‘pingdemic’ disruption, including issues with bin collections, food supply and transport, according to The Guardian.
Plans for a new government points system to reward healthy eating and living – collected through an app – is the main story in The Daily Telegraph.
The Times leads with predictions that Border Force is preparing for 22,000 people to cross the English Channel this year in small boats, with more expected to arrive through other means.
The latest from the Ryan Giggs trial is also the front page story for the Daily Mirror
Prince Harry has reportedly signed a four-book deal, according to the Daily Mail, with the paper saying one of the editions will not be released until after the Queen has died.
The ‘vaccine bounce’ in the polls for Prime Minister Boris Johnson appears to have ended, according to the i Weekend.

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