Monday’s national newspaper front pages


Sky News takes a look at the stories making a splash in Monday’s national newspapers.


The Times reports that teachers are more likely to spread the coronavirus than their pupils.


The prime minister has claimed that the risk of catching coronavirus at school is low and children should return to their classes – that’s on the front of The Guardian.


Keeping children at home when schools reopen will seriously damage their “life chances”, the prime minister has said in The Daily Telegraph.


Boris Johnson has “begged” parents to send their children back to school next week, the Daily Mirror says.


The Daily Express reports that the BBC is facing a backlash over plans to axe Rule Britannia and Land Of Hope And Glory from Last Night Of The Proms.


Ant and Dec will be under attack from angry seagulls in the new I’m A Celebrity – that’s on the front of the Daily Star.


The prime minister’s continued pleas for children to be able to return to school in September are on the front of the i.


Metro leads with the growing problem of illegal mass gatherings with the headline: Raving Idiots.


The US president is considering fast-tracking the potential COVID-19 vaccine being worked on by Oxford University so it can be used in the US before the election, according to the Financial Times.


You can watch the Press Preview on Sky News every evening at 10.30pm and 11.30pm.

Monday night’s reviewers will be columnist Carole Malone and the Liverpool Echo’s political editor Liam Thorp.

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