Face coverings will become mandatory in shops and supermarkets in England, with people who refuse to use one liable for a fine of up to £100, reports The Daily Telegraph.
Military chiefs have drawn up plans to base one of Britain’s new aircraft carriers in the Far East to play a part in countering an increasingly assertive China, according to The Times.
It’s About Bleedin’ Time – that’s the Daily Star’s take on the government’s decision to make face coverings compulsory for shoppers in England.
The Daily Mail says that only young children and people with certain disabilities will be exempt from a rule requiring shoppers to wear face coverings in England from 24 July.
The i says England is following more than 100 other countries in making face coverings compulsory in shops.
Police will enforce the wearing of face coverings in England’s shops and supermarkets, while shop staff will be expected to encourage it, The Guardian reports.
Face coverings will be compulsory for shoppers in England from 24 July, according to the Daily Mirror, after pressure from medical experts.
Shoppers in England will have to wear face coverings after the government was persuaded by science that they can limit the spread of the coronavirus, the Daily Express says.
The Financial Times reports that businesses face a £7bn-per-year Brexit red tape bill under Michael Gove’s border plan.
Face It! You Have To Put On A Mask, says Metro of the government’s move to make face coverings compulsory for shoppers in England from 24 July.