“Williamson shifts blame on to exam watchdog” is the Daily Telegraph’s take on the story. It says he faces calls to resign after apologising to students. But it says he has blamed Ofqual, and quotes him saying he had been “constantly reassured” by senior officials at the regulator that the system was fair.
Ministers are looking into whether vaccines due for delivery next month could be dispatched earlier, according to The Daily Telegraph. It comes after Boris Johnson’s promise to launch 24-hour vaccination centres.
The Daily Telegraph splashes on pressure on the government to offer COVID-19 vaccinations 24 hours a day, with countries like Israel already protecting a fifth of their population by offering around the clock jabs.