The Daily Express leads with Boris Johnson revealing that 60 million doses of a new COVID-19 vaccine will be made in Britain, ending the threat of an EU trade war.The paper says the Novavax jab will be “bottled” in the UK, and not Germany as originally intended.Read more on the story here
Boris Johnson has urged people to go out and “have fun” as lockdown restrictions are eased and said England was on course for the reopening of shops, pubs and restaurants in a fortnight, according to The Times.He said he had not seen anything in the latest coronavirus data “that would cause us to deviate from the roadmap” but urged people to abide by the rules.
A Conservative MP has called for allegations of sexual misconduct in schools to be investigated by Ofsted as part of a “deep dive” inquiry to establish why complaints by pupils of rape, harassment and assault are not taken seriously, reports The Guardian.
The banks Nomura and Credit Suisse have warned of large losses after a fire sale of more than $20bn (£14.5bn) of Chinese and US stocks as their client Archegos Capital Management was forced into a huge unwinding of positions, reports the Financial Times.Read more on the story here
Metro says the trial of a policeman accused of murdering George Floyd has heard Derek Chauvin knelt on his neck for nine minutes and 29 seconds, and threatened to spray mace at an off-duty firefighter who offered the 46-year-old medical help.Read more on the story here