Newspaper front pages for the 4th of August, 2021

The Daily Star leads its coverage with the news fish fingers could soon be grown in labs – leading to a backlash from food fans.
A new vaccination programme could begin within days, potentially seeing all over-16s given coronavirus jabs, reports The Times.
Scientists have proof Britain’s vaccine rollout is finally winning the war on COVID, according to the Daily Express.
The Daily Mirror leads on Jason Kenny becoming Britain’s most prolific Olympian, as he bags a silver medal at the Tokyo Games.

The Daily Mail leads on the news that all over-16s are to be offered coronavirus jabs, in a major shift of policy.
Labour leader Sir Keir Starmer has warned vital UN climate talks are at risk of failure due to the prime minister’s inaction, The Guardian reports.
Iranian-backed forces are suspected of seizing an oil tanker off the Gulf of Oman, according to The Daily Telegraph.
The former Tory MP at the centre of a fight over the influence of donors on the party has accused Conservatives co-chair Ben Elliot of mixing business and political interests, the Financial Times reports.

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