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Boris Johnson has ditched plans for tougher quarantine restrictions for some holidaymakers after a revolt in the cabinet and a backlash from the travel industry, The Guardian reports.

Summer holiday plans have received a major boost after Boris Johnson blocked the creation of a controversial new amber watchlist for foreign countries, The Daily Telegraph reports.

Boris Johnson has staged a “dramatic double U-turn” as cases continue to fall and “pings can only get better” after the NHS app was tweaked, according to the Daily Mail. 

The Sunday Times leads with the story that Chancellor Rishi Sunak has written to Prime Minister Boris Johnson, saying that travel restrictions should be lifted “urgently” to help with the economy and the travel industry.

Boris Johnson has been urged to step up efforts to secure agreement on stemming global warming, amid concern in some corners of Whitehall over a lack of urgency ahead of a crucial international summit he...

A secretive club for Conservative party donors known as the Advisory Board has been holding regular meetings with Boris Johnson and Rishi Sunak, the Financial Times writes. 

The Financial Times says contributions to the Tory Party from donors linked to the property industry have increased since Boris Johnson, whose planning reforms some claim benefit developers, became prime minister.

Boris Johnson is worried Britain may “squander its vaccine bonus”, so he’s planning to ease England’s COVID travel restrictions soon, says The Times.

Every crime victim will be given a named police officer they can contact about their case under a new “Beating Crime” plan from Boris Johnson, the Sunday Express reports.

The ‘vaccine bounce’ in the polls for Prime Minister Boris Johnson appears to have ended, according to the i Weekend.

Boris Johnson has been advised he will need to re-introduce COVID restrictions by August if cases and hospitalisations continue to rise, the i says.

Boris Johnson suggested that only people over 80 would die in last year’s autumn outbreak, the Daily Mirror says, reporting on an interview the BBC did with former Downing Street aide Dominic Cummings.

The Daily Express leads with the warnings given at the Downing Street press conference – which Boris Johnson attended remotely from isolation – that there could still be outbreaks of the coronavirus following the so-called “Freedom...

Boris Johnson is pleading with people to be cautious, the Daily Mirror says, despite warnings from experts that relaxing restrictions on “freedom day” could see another surge in COVID cases.

Boris Johnson’s U-turn over self-isolation was “humiliating”, according to the Daily Mail, which demands he ends what it calls the “pingdemic farce”. 

The Metro says Boris Johnson became a victim of the “pingdemic” and claims the prime minister was “shamed” into a U-turn over isolating rather than joining a pilot testing plan after Sajid Javid’s positive COVID...

The Observer says senior public health leaders have accused Boris Johnson of “letting Covid rip” by scrapping most coronavirus rules in England from Monday

Global health experts have described Boris Johnson’s move to ease all remaining coronavirus restrictions in England as a threat to the world – that’s on the front of the Financial Times.

The Times says Boris Johnson is backing proposals for a new tax to pay for reforms to Britain’s social care system under plans that could be agreed within weeks.

The prime minister’s plan to remove the requirement for people to wear face masks on public transport is “in tatters” according to the Daily Mirror, which says six mayors have rebelled against Boris Johnson’s guidance.

Boris Johnson has warned social media companies to “up their game” and stop online racism after England’s black football stars were abused following the team’s defeat to Italy in the Euro 2020 final, reports Metro.

Boris Johnson will revoke hundreds of coronavirus regulations and make England the most unrestricted society in Europe from 19 July, The Guardian writes.

Metro reports that Boris Johnson has taken a bold gamble by declaring the last lockdown restrictions will lift on 19 July – even though daily COVID cases will rise and more people will die.