Newspaper front pages for the 26th of August, 2021





Pressure is growing to speed up the rollout of COVID booster jabs as studies show vaccine protection can decline within six months, says the Daily Express.


Afghans who want to flee to Britain may be better off heading to the border instead of awaiting RAF evacuation, according to The Guardian.

The Daily Telegraph reports the NHS is planning to begin vaccinating 12-year-olds from the first week schools go back.
One of the leading financial regulators has said it is “not capable” of properly supervising Binance – a cryptocurrency exchange – despite the risk posed by the exchange’s products, reports the Financial Times.
The Metro leads with Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab claiming the sea “was closed” when he went on holiday earlier this month, defending his decision to jet off to Crete while Taliban fighters closed in on Kabul.





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