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The Daily Telegraph dedicates its lead photo to the “outpouring of emotion” in Minneapolis after jurors found Chauvin guilty. He faces up to 40 years in prison and was convicted of second-degree murder, third-degree murder and manslaughter.

Daily Telegraph Front Page 12th of May 2021

On the front page of The Daily Telegraph is a piece about social media platforms facing harsher sanctions for not protecting children from “online harms”.Culture Secretary Oliver Dowden also tells the paper that “enough is enough” and that illegal content such as hate speech needs to be policed by platforms like Twitter and Facebook.

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Daily Telegraph Front Page 11th of May 2021

The prime minister has appealed to the public to use common sense when restrictions ease on 17 May, The Daily Telegraph reports.It says updated government advice states that people should make a “personal choice” on whether to keep their distance from others.

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Daily Telegraph Front Page 8th of May 2021

Speaking to The Daily Telegraph, Boris Johnson warned he would reject calls for a second Scottish independence referendum if Nicola Sturgeon secures an SNP majority at Holyrood – and said such a vote would be “irresponsible and reckless”.

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