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Dr Shukla, a race relations campaigner and former teacher, is also pictured with his wife on the Times’ front page, which also quotes NHS England’s chief executive Sir Simon Stevens who calls the first vaccinations a “decisive turning point in the battle with the pandemic”. Meanwhile, the paper’s lead story reports the news that Prime Minister Boris Johnson is to fly to Brussels for “eleventh-hour” Brexit talks with Mrs von der Leyen this week, as UK and EU negotiators struggle to reach a trade deal. A UK government source tells the paper: “We will have to see whether there will be a political meeting of minds or not. But there may not be.”

Times Front Page 11th of July 2024

An army veteran has been detained in connection with the fatal crossbow attacks on a BBC radio presenter and her daughters at their Hertfordshire home, prompting a large-scale police operation and investigation.

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