Today's Guardian Front Page & Archive

Guardian Front Page 20th of April 2021

Carbon dioxide emissions are set to jump by the second largest amount in history this year as the economy tries to recover from the coronavirus pandemic, reports The Guardian.The paper also splashes on the European Super League.

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Guardian Front Page 12th of April 2021

Young black people have been hit disproportionately hard by the pandemic, The Guardian reports.Between October and December last year, 41.6% of black people between 16 and 24 were unemployed, according to its analysis of ONS data. For young white people the figure was 12.4%.

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Guardian Front Page 10th of April 2021

The Guardian says the Royal Family are in mourning as condolences and tributes came in from across the world following the Duke’s death. Flags were lowered to half-mast, and the tenor bell at Westminster Abbey tolled 99 times, in honour of Prince Philip.

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Guardian Front Page 9th of April 2021

The White House has voiced strong concern over a week of riots in Northern Ireland, with President Joe Biden joining the British and Irish prime ministers in a call for calm, according to The Guardian.Read more on the story here

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Guardian Front Page 8th of April 2021

Boris Johnson has urged people to keep coming forward for the Oxford-AstraZeneca jab despite a study into the vaccine’s use on children being paused over blood clot concerns in adults, The Guardian reports.It points out that scientists stress side effects are extremely rare, with “great” benefits in protecting against COVID.

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Guardian Front Page 7th of April 2021

Boris Johnson has urged people to keep coming forward for the Oxford-AstraZeneca jab despite a study into the vaccine’s use on children being paused over blood clot concerns in adults, The Guardian reports.It points out that scientists stress side effects are extremely rare, with “great” benefits in protecting against COVID.

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