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The one-metre social distancing rule could be scrapped after the prime minister gave an “upbeat” announcement on the latest relaxing of COVID rules, the Daily Mail reports.It also notes, however, that the PM resisted calls...

The Bank of England says Britain is on course for its strongest year of economic growth since the Second World War as households spend their lockdown savings and businesses step up investment, according to The...

The Times has covered the way the country remembered those lost in the 12 months since Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s first coronavirus lockdown.

Boris Johnson has rejected calls for a public inquiry into the handling of the pandemic, on the one-year anniversary of the UK’s first lockdown, The Guardian reports. 

The Daily Express says the PM will next week unveil a “green list” of countries where travel will be allowed – meaning lockdown-weary families can at last go on a foreign holiday.

The i reports on claims that Boris Johnson said he would rather let coronavirus “rip” than impose another lockdown last autumn.

A straight denial by Boris Johnson over allegations he said he would rather see “bodies pile high” than order a third lockdown have failed to halt the controversy with Labour demanding an apology for what...

Boris Johnson has refuted claims he was prepared to tolerate thousands more deaths from the coronavirus rather than plunge the country into a third lockdown, writes the Daily Express.

The Daily Star has the headline “My pants are not on fire” as it writes the prime minister has denied saying last October he would rather see “bodies pile high” than have a third lockdown.

A straight denial by Boris Johnson over allegations he said he would rather see “bodies pile high” than order a third lockdown have failed to halt the controversy with Labour demanding an apology for what...

The prime minister is facing mounting pressure as Conservative insiders added weight to claims he would rather see bodies pile up than order another coronavirus lockdown, says The Guardian.

Boris Johnson has dismissed as “total rubbish” leaked newspaper reports that he allegedly said he would rather “let the bodies pile high” than impose a third COVID lockdown, writes Metro.

Britain’s most senior civil servant is still investigating Dominic Cummings as part of an inquiry into who leaked sensitive details of the government’s lockdown plans, according to The Times.

The Daily Star says people in England face a tough choice on Monday – whether to go to the pub or have a haircut – as the next stage in easing lockdown kicks in.Non-essential shops...

The i leads on the prime minister’s Downing Street news briefing, where he confirmed lockdown will be eased in England as planned next Monday.

The Daily Mirror splashes on the news lockdown will be eased as planned next Monday, with staycations allowed and restaurants and pubs reopening outside.

The i leads on the prime minister’s Downing Street news briefing, where he confirmed lockdown will be eased in England as planned next Monday.

Metro leads on the PM’s news that pubs, restaurants and bars will reopen outside from next Monday, in keeping with the roadmap out of lockdown.

Ministers fear that opening non-essential retail on 12 April in England could lead to a surge of COVID cases and slow the further release from lockdown, according to the Daily Mail.

“Hot… but not bothered,” writes the Daily Express as it says crowds ignored lockdown rules to gather on beaches just 48 hours after restrictions were eased in England. 

Boris Johnson has urged people to go out and “have fun” as lockdown restrictions are eased and said England was on course for the reopening of shops, pubs and restaurants in a fortnight, according to...

The Daily Mail says the prime minister is facing calls to lift lockdown faster as COVID-19 infections, hospital cases and deaths hit a six-month low. Four NHS regions reported no deaths on Sunday, the paper...

Metro reports on the UK hitting 30 million people having at least one COVID jab as the next step of easing lockdown also begins in England on Monday.