“This might maybe maybe also merely injure a chunk” is the front page headline
within the Metro. It says England’s chief medical officer, Prof Chris Whitty, will invent an “unprecedented TV briefing”, on coronavirus on Monday morning.
“UK at severe level, scientists to warn public”, is the Guardian’s front page headline, alongside a portray of Boris Johnson in a conceal.
Each and each the Day-to-day Telegraph and the Day-to-day Hiss document Mr Johnson will then declare Britain later this week that it’s within the “closing chance saloon” ahead of a brand contemporary lockdown.
The Day-to-day Mail, on the other hand, is cautious about whether or now not one is mandatory. It has a column from a GP, Dr Renee Hoenderkamp, who argues a “circuit breaker” lockdown will likely be “sheer madness” – when flu and pneumonia are already much extra virulent.
She says all lockdowns attain is delay the virus, and that “collective immunity” currently stays our most efficient defence.
“The authorities’s lockdown measures are a present to Labour”, argues the Telegraph’s lead editorial, as the occasion holds a digital model of its annual occasion conference this week.
It says Labour leader Sir Keir Starmer’s provide to bolster whatever lockdown measures the authorities decrees might maybe maybe also merely appear savor a generous provide, but is a trap.
“No-one blames the opposition if it backs a disastrous protection”, citing the examples of the Tories supporting the Iraq warfare in 2003, and Labour the European Alternate Fee Mechanism in 1992.
“Starmer must demonstrate Labour is solid on numbers”, writes Stephen Bush in the Times, noting that while the occasion is now level-pegging in a newest understanding poll, it’s still within the help of on the economy.
“Sales of eco-friendly cars overtake diesel”, is a front-page headline in the Times.
It reports that between April and June, 33,000 electric and hybrid cars were registered, when put next with fewer than 30,000 diesel ones.
While the closure of car showrooms supposed car sales plummeted overall, it says figures demonstrate a fifth of all cars are in actuality “alternative fuel” units, in a position to being pushed in zero-emissions mode.
The Day-to-day Telegraph carries a warning about the dangers of so-called “seal selfies”, from the Marine Conservation Society.
The charity says that staycationers – who take photography of themselves alongside seals – chance upsetting them, and making moms extra at chance of desert their pups.
In newest weeks, the paper reports, pups hang had to be rescued from the favored Yorkshire seashores of Filey and Bridlington, after they were left to fend for themselves. It says drones and canines with out leads also pose a threat.
And proper after we would somehow labored our manner by scheme of all that bathroom bathroom roll we dread supplied as a nation in March, there are fears grocery store shelves will likely be emptied as soon as more at some level of one more lockdown.
“Britain gobbles up the Christmas turkeys” is the front-page headline in the Day-to-day Huge title, which reports “greedy covidiots” are grabbing birds for fright they’ll bustle out.
A petrified-taking a detect turkey is pictured alongside the caption “that is me stuffed then”.