What the papers say – June 8

The nation’s papers on Tuesday focus on further developments around the easing of pandemic restrictions and a new Alzheimer’s drug being approved in the US.

The Daily Mirror and the i report on experts hailing the success of Britain’s vaccination programme as under-30s are invited to receive their jabs, though doubts persist over the June 21 date.

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Meanwhile, The Times says ministers are “pessimistic” over the lifting will go ahead on June 21 and are weighing up delaying it by a fortnight.

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Elsewhere, The Independent and Daily Express lead with US regulators approving the first new drug for Alzheimer’s disease in nearly 20 years.

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The Guardian says Prime Minister Boris Johnson has set himself on a “collision course” with many of his MPs after Downing Street suggested it would defy an order to bring a vote on foreign aid cuts.

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The Metro carries a Government report which says chronic understaffing and worker burnout are jeopardising the future of the NHS.

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The Daily Telegraph reports a desire for Northern Ireland shops to keep selling British sausages could spark a trade war with Brussels.

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Relatives of the victims of paedophile Colin Pitchfork have condemned a Parole Board decision to let him go free, according to the Daily Mail.

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The Financial Times leads with G7 countries targeting Amazon’s cloud computing business in a bid to ensure it pays more corporate tax.

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And the Daily Star carries a rebuke of actor Laurence Fox for his comments on England footballers taking the knee.

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