Newspaper front pages for the 3rd of August, 2021

The holiday hopes of millions of people “soared yesterday as amber watchlist plans were jettisoned” by the government, the Daily Express reports.

Chancellor Rishi Sunak has told young people that going into the office can be “really beneficial” to their careers and warned that video conferencing was no substitute, The Times reports.

The Daily Star leads with a “moos flash” as cows are set to be fitted with Fitbit-style pedometers.
Boris Johnson has ditched plans for tougher quarantine restrictions for some holidaymakers after a revolt in the cabinet and a backlash from the travel industry, The Guardian reports.
Summer holiday plans have received a major boost after Boris Johnson blocked the creation of a controversial new amber watchlist for foreign countries, The Daily Telegraph reports.

Boris Johnson has staged a “dramatic double U-turn” as cases continue to fall and “pings can only get better” after the NHS app was tweaked, according to the Daily Mail. The NHS app behind the so-called “pingdemic” has been tweaked so less people are told to self-isolate, the Metro reports.
The government is taking an “active interest” in the £7.1bn proposed takeover of aerospace and defence company Meggitt by US rival Parker Hannifin, the Financial Times reports.

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