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July.04, 2021: @acenewsservices

#AceDailyNews says here is todays Newspaper Headlines: Mask laws ‘to be axed’, as PM Boris plans ‘Freedom Day’ and finally the words ‘Common Sense’ are spoken as England and ‘Lions roar in Rome’ preparing for the next game against Denmark on Wednesday are we witnessing a 1966 in 2021 with the key to the door of winning in the hands of Gareth Southgate’s team we shall see ?

The Sunday Telegraph front page 4 July 2021
Several of Sunday’s front pages look ahead to the next – and final – stage of lockdown measures easing in England. According to the Sunday Telegraph, Boris Johnson has approved plans to end the mandatory wearing of masks from 19 July. Ministers are preparing to replace legal restrictions with “common sense”, the paper adds, with the one-metre-plus rule also expected to be ditched. The PM is preparing to say this week that the link between coronavirus infections and hospital admissions has been broken, the paper says.

BBC News: Staff: Most of Sunday’s papers lead with England’s emphatic victory over Ukraine in Rome with pictures of Harry Kane and other England stars on their front pages

The requirement to scan a QR code when entering a bar, restaurant, gym, hairdresser, museum or other venue will also be scrapped from 19 July, the Sunday Times reports: The government is planning to drop regulations that require businesses to collect customers’ details for contact tracing. It will reduce the number of people forced to self-isolate for 10 days after being informed by the NHS Test and Trace app that they have come into contact with a positive Covid case. Parties and mass events, such as music festivals, will also be allowed, the paper adds.

Health Secretary Sajid Javid has written in the Mail on Sunday, saying that opening up will make the country healthier: ‘ The economic arguments for opening up are well known, but for me, the health arguments are equally compelling,” Mr Javid writes. The paper notes that his approach is a “sharp change in tone” to that of his predecessor, Matt Hancock.

And the Sunday Express hails “the return of common sense” as it also reports that mask laws will be ditched on 19 July: The paper says it understands that Mr Johnson will say people must “learn to live with Covid” as they do with other diseases, such as the flu.

All the papers celebrate England’s 4-0 win against Ukraine in Euro 2020, earning the Three Lions a place in the final four: Lions roar in Rome,” the Sunday Mirror says, accompanied by a photo of players rejoicing. “Semi gods,” the paper calls them, as England reach the Euro semi-finals for the first time in 25 years.

We Kane, we saw, we conquered” is the headline dominating the front of the Sunday People – a reference to England captain Harry Kane’s two goals in Saturday’s quarter-final: Harry Maguire and Jordan Henderson scored the remaining shots. England will face Denmark at Wembley on Wednesday.

And the Daily Star Sunday continues its tongue-in-cheek humour regarding the England captain’s “lucky balls” After encouraging its readers to rub a photo of Kane holding two golden footballs on Saturday, the Star says it worked.

The Sun on Sunday and the Sunday Mirror declare them to be “Semi Gods”………..England in Dreamland” is how the Sunday Times describes the feeling of fans: The paper recalls that England have not conceded a goal in their Euro 2020 campaign, reporting that they are now the bookmakers’ favourites to win the tournament: Gareth’s gladiators run riot in Rome” is the verdict of the Sunday Express………It’s coming back home,” says the Sun.

For the Sunday Telegraph, “it really is the time to dream”, while the Independent website describes the England team as simply “formidable”………A number of papers pay tribute to England fans who travelled to Rome from around the world to support their team.

The Observer calls them England’s “ardent army of expat fans”, who slept in cars and even planned marriage proposals around the event and some England supporters tell the Sunday People that fans have bonded more than usual.

Several papers report on the prime minister’s plans to lift the remaining Covid restrictions in England in two weeks’ time: Bullish PM to axe mask laws” runs a headline in the Telegraph………The paper claims Boris Johnson has signed off on plans to end the compulsory wearing of face coverings from 19 July.

Reuters: It also says he is expected to lay out a blueprint for how England will live with the virus, as ministers prepare to replace legal restrictions with a call for “common sense”.

According to the Sunday Times, ministers are planning to scrap the requirement to scan a QR code when entering a bar, restaurant, hairdresser, museum or gym. 

The Sunday Telegraph carries a warning by a member of the Joint Committee on Vaccination and Immunisation, Prof Adam Finn, that school bubbles and the requirement to self-isolate are “paralysing” society.

He says such bubbles risk creating what he calls “a further lockdown by the back door”. 

A warning about a potential flu crisis in Scotland this winter makes the lead in the Scottish Daily Mail, amid fears that there may be no effective vaccine against the disease. …………According to the paper, doctors are warning that due to low flu case numbers last year – because of the lockdown – scientists have little understanding of which strain poses the greatest risk.

Many front pages feature a picture of a smiling Emma Raducanu – the 18-year-old who has become the youngest British woman to reach the last 16 of Wimbledon since 1968. “A-level Emma makes history at Wimbledon” declares the Mail on Sunday, reminding readers that the teenager had just completed her A-levels ahead of the tennis tournament.

The Independent says Raducanu may still be waiting for the results of her exams – but she handled the spotlight with aplomb, dealing with the frenzy with a sense of sheer fun, and producing an exhibition of breathtaking tennis.

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