The Times leads with the news that people returning from France will have to isolate for two weeks due to a resurgence in coronavirus cases across the Channel.
The Daily Telegraph has the exam regulator accusing teachers of giving students “implausibly high” predicted grades as the row continues over A-level results.
Showtime – that’s the headline on the front of the Daily Mirror as restrictions are eased on music venues and theatres.
Disadvantaged pupils are among the worst-affected by the downgrading of A-level results, according to The Guardian.
Most of England’s remaining lockdown restrictions will be lifted this weekend, reports Metro.
The Daily Express reports that people who refuse to wear face masks when required could be fined up to £3,200.
Almost 40% of A-level grades have been downgraded from teachers’ predictions, according to the Financial Times.