The Daily Mail says it predicted a national shortage of coronavirus tests back in April, as Boris Johnson admitted the system is in crisis.
The Sun has an interview with Boris Johnson in which he says following the « rule of six » now will help save the traditional family Christmas.
The Times goes with the threat of early closing times being imposed on pubs and restaurants to slow the spread of coronavirus.
The Daily Mirror remembers a famous Conservative Party election poster from the 1979 general election to highlight the coronavirus testing crisis.
The Daily Express goes with the prime minister’s statement to MPs that a second national coronavirus lockdown would be « disastrous ».
The Daily Star reports on how Dennis Nilsen’s dog could, the notorious serial killer believed, sense when he had just killed someone.
The Guardian leads on the impact of the coronavirus testing shortage on schools, saying it may force thousands of teachers to leave the classroom to self-isolate.
The Daily Telegraph reports on the coronavirus testing crisis, saying tests will be rationed and even some people with symptoms may miss out.
The Financial Times says Boris Johnson climbed down over the Internal Market Bill, a controversial piece of Brexit legislation, to head off a Tory rebellion.
The Metro leads on the tragic story of a days-old child attacked and killed by his family’s pet dog.
Thursday night’s reviewers will be Sebastian Payne, the Whitehall correspondent of the Financial Times and Colette Brown, a columnist for the Irish Independent.
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