What the papers say – July 4

The nation’s front pages are dominated by the “Super Saturday” lockdown easing as well as the Government unveiling its list of countries where tourists can holiday without having to self-isolate.

The Guardian leads with a plea from Prime Minister Boris Johnson for people to behave responsibly as restaurants, pubs and bars reopen.

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Meanwhile the Daily Mail leads with Health Secretary Matt Hancock warning that “drunken thugs” will be locked up.

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The Times features an interview with Rishi Sunak in which the chancellor calls upon Britons to “relearn what it’s like to go out again”.

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The Daily Mirror says “thousands” of people are expected to hit the pub today while the Daily Star focuses on the reopening of the nation’s gyms.

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The Daily Express and i lead with the list of 73 countries and territories where quarantine requirements will be lifted.

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The Independent reports on criticism of the Government’s “shambolic” handling of the air bridges scheme.

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Elsewhere, The Daily Telegraph leads with a photo appearing to show British socialite Ghislaine Maxwell sat on the throne during a private tour of Buckingham Palace.

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And the FT Weekend says the UK is in talks to join in on an EU plan to secure supplies of potential coronavirus vaccines.

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