Newspaper front pages for the 2nd of August, 2021

The prime minister is under pressure to simplify travel rules to “save summer for British tourists”, the Daily Express reports.
The Times reports that the government is considering creating an amber watchlist, which would include countries at risk of moving to the red list with little warning.
An increasing number of people are paying for life-saving surgery due to long NHS waiting lists – that’s on the front of the Daily Mail.
The Daily Telegraph reports that booster jabs will begin next month to protect 32 million people from the coronavirus.
Prime Minister Boris Johnson faces a backbench rebellion over Treasury spending, according to a report in The Guardian.
House prices are booming in almost every major economy, reports the Financial Times.

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