What the papers say – July 31

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What the papers say – July 31 (PA) (PA Wire)
What the papers say – July 31 (PA) (PA Wire)

Summer holidays, household bills and ongoing fallout from the pandemic feature among the headlines on Saturday.

The Daily Mirror carries the headline “Hols hell”, reporting a combination of “fierce storms” and Covid rules have put holidays “under a cloud”.

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The Daily Mail carries a similar story, saying holiday hotspots in Europe are facing new travel rules. The paper says ministers have threatened to put Spain, France and Italy on a “new danger list”.

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The Daily Telegraph says the NHS drew up “secret plans” to withdraw hospital care from people in nursing homes during a pandemic planning exercise in 2016.

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Warnings over the implications of companies pursuing a “no jab, no job” policy lead The Guardian, while the i writes young people have been warned to get the vaccine or face restrictions on what they can do later in the year.

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The Times writes households have been told to brace themselves for a fuel bill rise, with more than half facing an increase of £150.

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The Independent leads with calls being made to Prime Minister Boris Johnson to secure a global climate deal.

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The Sun features an interview with former EastEnders actor Sid Owen

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Elsewhere, the Daily Express leads with campaigners hitting out as a third more families have been hit by inheritance tax.

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The FT Weekend reports on a “secretive club” for Conservative party donors holding regular meetings with the Prime Minister and Chancellor.

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And the Daily Star says the “pastry police” want to stop people from eating pies at the football.

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