The front pages of the newspapers featured a combination of topics, including prison advancements and tariffs to assist the UK attain a greener future.
The Daily Mirror expressed “freedom day fears” following mayors’ opposition to Boris Johnson’s intention to eliminate face coverings, which Metro refers to as a “mask fight.”
According to the Financial Times, business groups have warned that the Delta variation is “wreaking havoc on industry,” with some companies losing 20% of their workforce.
According to The Daily Telegraph, the government has proposed placing green fees on driving and flying to decrease UK transportation emissions, while The Guardian claims that the Amazon rainforest is currently emitting more carbon dioxide than it can absorb.
The i reports that since it was repainted, the Prime Minister’s “Brexit plane” has been “rarely utilized” for VIPs and is now largely used to refuel Royal Air Force fighters patrolling the North Sea.
According to The Independent, Unilever, one of the world’s largest food corporations, will implement carbon footprint labelling by the end of 2021.
The new National Food Plan advises that the UK introduce the world’s first tax on sugary and salty foods, according to the front page of the Daily Mail.
The Sun reports that authorities have tracked down the “Euro final lout” who was caught on camera placing a lit flare up his bottom after reportedly bingeing on booze and drugs, and that the man was permitted to “stroll into Wembley” by authorities.