What the papers say – June 7

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Many of Monday’s papers are led by the Duke and Duchess of Sussex welcoming a baby daughter.

The Sun, Daily Mirror and Metro report the royal family have celebrated the birth of Lilibet “Lili” Diana, who was born on Friday in California.

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Meanwhile, the Daily Star carries a slightly sideways view of the story.

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Elsewhere, The Daily Telegraph leads with Health Secretary Matt Hancock hinting at a possible delay to England’s planned June 21 reopening, with The Independent reporting hospital admissions will be key to the decision.

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The race is on to fully vaccinate as many people as possible prior to June 21, according to the Daily Express and i.

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The Daily Mail says Tory MPs have urged the Government to hold firm on the reopening.

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The Times reports on “airport chaos” as thousands of holidaymakers rush to return from Portugal before new quarantine rules come into effect on Tuesday.

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Experts warn in The Guardian that Amazon may escape a G7 deal to make the world’s biggest companies pay more tax.

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And the Financial Times reports a global microchip shortage may last “another year at least”.

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