What the papers say – July 9

The nation’s papers lead with imminent changes to England’s travel quarantine rules.

The Guardian and i report on plans to ease quarantine requirements for travellers returning from amber list countries from July 19, with fully-vaccinated passengers no longer required to self-isolate on their return to England.

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The Daily Mail says ministers have ordered a review of the NHS app after concerns were raised that it is ordering too many people to self-isolate.

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The Daily Telegraph leads with Chancellor Rishi Sunak’s call for workers to return to their offices as soon as the Government’s work from home guidance lifts.

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According to The Independent, hospitals across the country are already struggling ahead of the expected easing of remaining coronavirus restrictions on July 19.

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The Times says plans being considered by Whitehall could see families sent annual payments to offset rising gas prices and help encourage a switch to green energy.

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The Daily Express reports on reaction to Mr Sunak signalling that the triple lock on pensions could be broken amid concerns that state pensions may rise by 8% because of the coronavirus pandemic.

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Meanwhile, The Sun leads with a petition for the Monday after Sunday’s Euro 2020 final to be made a bank holiday.

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Anticipation over England’s forthcoming clash with Italy features on the front pages of the Daily Mirror, Metro and Daily Star.

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And the Financial Times leads with the European Central Bank setting a new inflation target of 2%.

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