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#AceDailyNews says here’s todays Newspaper Headlines: As many show the ‘Ugly face of football’ and ‘freedom day’ in England with Tuesday’s papers lead with the confirmation that the last #coronavirus restrictions will be lifted in England on 19 July

July.13, 2021: @acenewsservices

The Daily Mirror is among the papers reporting on the racist abuse of England players after Sunday night’s European Championship final against Italy. It says the return of the “ugly face of football” had “sickened the nation – and damaged England’s chances of hosting the World Cup” in 2030.

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Marcus Rashford, Jadon Sancho and Bukayo Saka are pictured in three corners of an England flag on the front of the Sun, surrounding the headline “we’ve got your back”. The paper says the nation “united behind” the players in response to the abuse.

The Metro reports that England’s Tyrone Mings accused Home Secretary Priti Patel of encouraging racist fans. It says she tweeted that she was “disgusted” by the abuse “just weeks after she criticised players” for taking the knee on the pitch. The paper brands the abuse “unforgivable”.

The Financial Times features a picture of people adding messages of support to a mural of Marcus Rashford in Manchester, which was sprayed with offensive graffiti after Sunday night’s match. But the paper leads on Covid after ministers confirmed that England will move to the final stage of easing restrictions on 19 July. It says the prime minister has “shifted responsibility for tackling the rapidly spreading virus to companies and individuals”.

Boris Johnson’s decision to lift restrictions comes despite warnings from government scientific advisers that the “exit wave” could result in more than 200 deaths a day, says the Guardian. The paper also says there was a “marked shift of emphasis” when it comes to face coverings, with the prime minister now saying he would “expect and recommend” that they be worn in crowded indoor spaces.

The Times also leads on concerns from scientists, with predictions of up to 4,800 people being admitted to hospital every day. The paper says ministers “made clear” they did not want employees to be brought back to offices in one go next week.

The Daily Mail’s front page asks how long freedom will last, focusing on Mr Johnson’s urge for caution. The prime minister “warned Covid curbs could return in September if new freedoms are abused”, the paper says.

England has been given the “green light for freedom day” on 19 July, the Daily Express reports – but the prime minister has asked people to “go easy”.

The i says ministers have been accused of a “survival of the fittest” approach, with nearly four million clinically extremely vulnerable people being advised to avoid those who have not been fully vaccinated.

The Daily Telegraph reports that Covid passports are to be introduced after the prime minister said nightclubs and other venues with large crowds would be encouraged to use status certification. The paper remarks that it is a “climbdown” after the vaccines minister said in February that ministers were “not planning” to introduce a passport.

And the Daily Star declares that it is, in fact, coming home. And by “it”, it means the sun. The UK will “swelter” in a “heat bulge” with temperatures hotter than Italy, it says, asking: “That makes us the real winners, right?”

The Times warns that up to 4,800 people a day could be admitted to hospital with Covid-19 if England “rushes back to normality”.

The Financial Times says the government is shifting responsibility for tackling the rapidly spreading virus to companies and individuals. Some business leaders, it says, fear they have been left in an invidious legal position, without clear guidance. 

The Daily Telegraph highlights what it sees as the introduction of Covid passports. The paper says the suggestion that nightclubs should adopt Covid certification “as a matter of social responsibility” is a “marked climbdown” after Vaccines minister Nadhim Zahawi insisted in February that there were no plans for a Covid passport. 

The Guardian detects a “shift of emphasis from a week ago” when Boris Johnson said mask wearing would become a matter of “personal choice”. Now, it points out, he would “expect and recommend” that face-coverings be worn in crowded places. 

“Freedom – but for how long?” is the headline in the Daily Mail, picking up on the prospect that restrictions could be back in the autumn if the newly gained liberties are abused. 

The Mail is among a number of papers highlighting the racial abuse directed at the three England footballers who missed penalties in Sunday’s Euro 2020 final against Italy. 

“The ugly face of football returns” is how the Daily Mirror sums it up. It says the racism and violence that marred the final have sickened the nation – and damaged England’s chances of hosting the World Cup in 2030. 

The Guardian, along with some other papers, carries a photograph of the defaced mural of Marcus Rashford in Manchester which has now been festooned with messages of support for the player. 

Getty ImagesMessages of support were posted on a Marcus Rashford mural in his hometown after it was initially defaced

The Sun has pictures of all three players on its front page with the simple headline: “We’ve got your back.” 

The Financial Times reports that David Cameron was paid a salary of nearly £750,000 by the collapsed finance company, Greensill Capital. The paper says the former prime minister was contracted to work 25 days a year as an adviser to the board, meaning he earned the equivalent of more than £28,000 a day. The FT says a spokesman for Mr Cameron declined to comment. 

And finally, Telegraph cartoonist Matt is on hand to brighten what has been a sobering 36 hours or so for English football both on and off the pitch. He depicts a forlorn football supporter looking at his phone and telling a neighbour: “I was at Wembley for the final. The only positive to come out of that evening is my Covid test result.”

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