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The Times has seen the same paper, and says it predicts a two-week full lockdown from 24 October, with stay at home orders and school closures, could reduce deaths for the rest of the year from about 19,900 to 12,100. However, the Times says Mr Johnson “hardened his stance” during a call with Tory MPs, saying it would not be right to impose the restrictions on areas where cases were still low.

Times Front Page 11th of May 2021

The Times, like most of the papers, leads with Boris Johnson’s confirmation of a major easing of coronavirus restrictions next Monday.It says hugs will be allowed for the first time in more than a year, pubs and restaurants can serve inside, cinemas and theatres can reopen, and five people will be able to visit care home residents.However, it adds that the PM has urged people not to “throw caution to the wind”.

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Times Front Page 8th of May 2021

The Times says the Conservatives’ series of historic victories means Boris Johnson is eyeing up a decade in power – with the PM vowing to embark on a “massive project” of levelling up the country. Some cabinet ministers have suggested that Mr Johnson could outlast Margaret Thatcher, who was in Downing Street for 11 years.

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