Raised hopes of a vaccine for Covid-19 dominate the front pages, alongside pictures of a new statue in Bristol to replace Edward Colston whose likeness was taken down as Black Lives Matter protests swept the country.
The Times leads with the “thrilling” results from the early trials in the vaccine, while The Daily Telegraph says that the jab could offer “double protection”.
— The Times Pictures (@TimesPictures) July 15, 2020
— The Telegraph (@Telegraph) July 15, 2020
The Daily Express adds there are hopes the vaccine will be available by the end of the year.
— Daily Express (@Daily_Express) July 15, 2020
The Guardian reports the Labour party are to offer a formal apology to whistleblowers on anti-Semitism to “draw a line under allegations made during the Jeremy Corbyn era”.
Guardian front page, Thursday 16 July 2020: Labour offers deal to end antisemitism legal action pic.twitter.com/jbvIN80VYk
— The Guardian (@guardian) July 15, 2020
The Financial Times leads with Chancellor Rishi Sunak rejecting talk of the state offering bailouts for companies struggling with debt brought on by the coronavirus crisis.
— Financial Times (@FinancialTimes) July 15, 2020
Metro reports on issues with masks, with Michael Gove and Downing Street appearing to give conflicting advice. A similar story leads the i and the Daily Star.
— Metro Newspaper UK (@MetroUKNews) July 15, 2020
All over the shop: muddle on face masks as new guidance issued
— i newspaper (@theipaper) July 15, 2020
— Daily Star (@dailystar) July 15, 2020
The Daily Mirror carries a picture of the Duke of York “chuckling” while on a drive as Ghislaine Maxwell faces questions over her relationship with disgraced financier Jeffrey Epstein.
— Daily Mirror (@DailyMirror) July 15, 2020
The Daily Mail reports that speed cameras are used to make money rather than prevent accidents, citing a new report.
— Daily Mail U.K. (@DailyMailUK) July 15, 2020
And The Independent leads on charges being dropped against its US chief correspondent.