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What the papers say – July 25

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What the papers say – July 25 (PA) (PA Archive)
What the papers say – July 25 (PA) (PA Archive)

Vaccine passports to attend Premier League matches and other pandemic developments lead the papers on Sunday.

Ministers are considering plans which would allow only fully-vaccinated football fans to attend Premier League matches and other events, according to the Sunday Mirror and The Sunday Telegraph.

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Food industry leaders in The Observer condemn a Government scheme to prevent the effects of the “pingdemic” as an “absolute disaster” that has done more harm than good to supply chains.

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The Health Secretary Sajid Javid has been blamed for “frightening” Boris Johnson into moving France into the amber-plus travel category, The Mail on Sunday reports.

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The Sunday People decries the “holiday border farce”, with the paper saying there has been “fury” as British tourists are hit with airport delays.

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An MPs inquiry has found women serving in the armed forces have experienced “shocking” levels of rape and discrimination, The Independent says.

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The Sunday Times reports privates schools have been accused of taking advantage of pandemic disruption by aggressively lobbying universities on behalf of students with lower marks.

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The Sunday Express reports every victim of crime in the UK will be provided with the name, phone number and email address of a police officer to contact about their case as part of a “major new blitz” on crime.

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And Daily Star Sunday offers a “free smile on a stick inside” due to the UK facing a shortage of teeth-whitening kits.

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