The Daily Mail focuses on the response to the grounding of the Rwanda asylum flight, reporting that Justice Secretary Dominic Raab is examining whether the UK can ignore last-minute injunctions from the European Court of Human Rights in future cases that have already been examined by British judges. A government source tells the paper the Strasbourg court’s injunctions are “not binding” and claims some other countries routinely turn a blind eye to its rulings.
‘Air chaos to hit half term’, reports the Daily Mail. Among the top stories in the paper is Heathrow Airport’s announcement that its passenger cap will be extended to the end of October, a move the paper calls draconian.
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