The Daily Express reports that ministers are still confident every adult in the UK will get a COVID vaccination by the end of July, despite recent sabre-rattling in London and Brussels.
The Times leads on the suspension of a teacher who showed students a cartoon of the Prophet Mohammed. Parents’ subsequent protests were “completely unacceptable”, Education Secretary Gavin Williamson said.
More than 200,000 people have signed a petition calling for Boris Johnson to set a date for an inquiry into his government’s handling of the COVID pandemic – that’s the lead in the Daily Mirror.
The Daily Mail leads on so-called vaccine passports, and concerns that the information they contain could be stored in a mobile app.
The Guardian goes with a theory held by some in Whitehall that young people could be encouraged to get a COVID vaccine jab if they are forced to prove they have had one in order to get into pubs.
The Daily Telegraph leads on the education secretary’s condemnation of threats made against a teacher for showing students a cartoon of the Prophet Mohammed, leading to protests.
British and European diplomats are working to create a “win-win situation” amid a row over the export of vaccines, the i reports.
French President Emmanuel Macron has admitted the EU is responsible for its own vaccine supply issues – that’s the lead in the Metro.
The Financial Times leads on problems for the global COVID vaccination effort, saying India has blocked exports to the international Covax scheme so it can keep more doses for itself.