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What the papers say – September 11

The Saturday papers focus on a royal’s legal woes, prime ministerial machinations and gassy cows.

Denmark lifts all Covid restrictions giving hope to UK travellers for winter breaks

Denmark has lifted all Covid-19 restrictions.

What the papers say – September 10

Booster vaccines and the migrant crisis in the Channel feature among the stories on Friday’s front pages.

Couple who met after 9/11 say kindness from strangers made them better people

Nick and Diane Marson met and fell in love after their plane was diverted to Canada due to the terrorist attacks.

Unmasked: Commonwealth’s top lawyer guilty of £600,000 fraud

A high-flying lawyer swindled the Commonwealth and a top international legal firm out of more than £600,000 in a series of frauds.

UK Covid news LIVE: Frontline doctors and nurses could be forced to take Covid vaccine

Covid vaccines could be made mandatory for frontline health and care staff, as Sajid Javid vowed to protect” patients vulnerable to the virus in hospitals.

Andy Burnham urges Labour to present alternative plan for social care

The Greater Manchester mayor said his party should seize the opportunity to say what it would do instead.

Ellie Robinson: Pandemic fortitude reflected in Paralympics pool return

The Rio gold medallist finished fifth in her event at Tokyo after a build-up marred by uncertainty and injury.

Driver who wrecked £1 million row of supercars on late-night race through Knightsbridge facing jail

Ahmed Al Husseini crashed into a string of luxury cars including a Bentley Bentayga, a £300,000 McClaren, and a Porsche Cayenne

Boris Johnson in last-ditch bid to halt Tory MPs’ lockdown revolt

Boris Johnson was today making a final attempt to persuade Tory rebels to change their minds before MPs vote on the new lockdown.  

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