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the headlines — relaxing the rules — from monday, fully vaccinated travellers from the united states and eu will no longer have to quarantine when they arrive in england, scotland or wales. they will still have to present negative covid tests. thailand, south korea, malaysia and japan have all reported the highest daily number of cases since the beginning of the pandemic. the delta variant is being blamed for the surge in cases. nearly 28,000 new covid—19 cases have been reported in the last 2a hours across britain. that's an increase of over 4000 and the first rise in the daily total after seven days of falling cases. prince charles unveils a national memorial in honour of all the british police officers who've died in the line of duty.
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hello, and welcome to our look ahead to what the papers will be bringing us tomorrow. with me are sienna rodgers of labourlist and katy balls from the spectator. tomorrow's front pages, starting with... the metro leads on the changes to travel rules that have come into place today, with double jabbed travellers from the us and eu countries no longer having to quarantine on arrival in england from monday. staying on travel, the telegraph focuses on the us, quoting the transport secretary as expecting the us government to lift curbs on uk travellers. the i also looks at international "travel hope", saying destinations like france and italy could soon be accessible for british travellers. looking at the olympics, the daily mail features a picture of charlotte dujardin, who became britain's most decorated
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female 0lympian today after winning her sixth medal with a bronze in dressage. the guardian leads on climate issues, with an exclusive story that claims the queen's lawyers secretly lobbied scottish ministers to change a draught climate law that would affect her private land. and don't call me grandma — the times reports that calling a colleague a grandparent could break age discrimination laws, even if they are one. so, let's begin. let's start with the front page of the metro this great big headline double the jabber in which upsets me so only because it is not quite right for order to liberation, i don't quite get it. this is of course about the story the people from the e and the us can come to
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the uk without quarantine if they are fully vaccinated. impressed by this? i are fully vaccinated. impressed by this? ~ �* , are fully vaccinated. impressed by this? ~' �* , , this? i think it's interesting because we _ this? i think it's interesting because we had _ this? i think it's interesting because we had so-calledl this? i think it's interesting - because we had so-called freedom because we had so—called freedom date last week which took away legal restrictions domestically at least. yet despite these actions, there seem to be quite negative moods coming from the government. there was worry about how chaotic it might be and the situation where cases are not rising in the way that had been predicted and i think it's given government some confidence. and i think the announcement today there will be no quarantine from the in the us if you are fully vaccinated and also confirmation to the degree or at least very likely that from next month, for the middle of august, if you are double vaccinated, you will be told to self—isolate or to have a test if you come into contact with someone. i think it's a good indicator is
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feeling much more positive about where things are going in terms of this pandemic.— where things are going in terms of this pandemic. they were saying it's reckless to do _ this pandemic. they were saying it's reckless to do this. _ this pandemic. they were saying it's reckless to do this. do _ this pandemic. they were saying it's reckless to do this. do you - this pandemic. they were saying it's reckless to do this. do you agree? l reckless to do this. do you agree? labour's deputy leader angela brainard — labour's deputy leader angela brainard was slightly safe today she is expressing real concerns about this and — is expressing real concerns about this and i— is expressing real concerns about this and i think four is particularly pointing out that thinking this does not have one uniform — thinking this does not have one uniform system of vaccine to vacation _ uniform system of vaccine to vacation in the same way that we do here because of the nhs. 0ver there, every— here because of the nhs. 0ver there, every state _ here because of the nhs. 0ver there, every state is different and perhaps there _ every state is different and perhaps there is _ every state is different and perhaps there is a _ every state is different and perhaps there is a possibility that even their— there is a possibility that even their papers could be falsified because — their papers could be falsified because it literally is just their papers could be falsified because it literally isjust pieces of paper— because it literally isjust pieces of paper as opposed to the nhs app that we _ of paper as opposed to the nhs app that we have. so there are those kind of— that we have. so there are those kind of concerned civil reporting is amazing — kind of concerned civil reporting is amazing i— kind of concerned civil reporting is amazing. i think walker generally on this international travel drink evidencing issue really spy is an opportunity for the labour party to be tougher than the tories on something that relates to border controi — something that relates to border controi it — something that relates to border control. it is obviously quite unusual— control. it is obviously quite unusual for labour party. and i think— unusual for labour party. and i think they— unusual for labour party. and i
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think they are doing this because it is actually— think they are doing this because it is actually a way of talking about tough _ is actually a way of talking about tough border controls, tough border measures— tough border controls, tough border measures without actually causing any kind _ measures without actually causing any kind of big backlash from the party— any kind of big backlash from the party because of the labour left, they had — party because of the labour left, they had been pushing for tougher restrictions throughout the pandemic. sol restrictions throughout the pandemic. so i think there's a bit of some — pandemic. so i think there's a bit of some internal reasons while the other— of some internal reasons while the other party— of some internal reasons while the other party thinks this is why guided — other party thinks this is why guided as well as obviously appealing to the public mood and the public— appealing to the public mood and the public are _ appealing to the public mood and the public are generally in favour of tighter— public are generally in favour of tighter restrictions and borders. interesting. i wonder where you think this situation with france is which is of course an outlier because it's got its own category as amber plus and sub travellers from france will be allowed to skip quarantine coming up for the moment anyway. it’s quarantine coming up for the moment an a . �* , , , ., ., anyway. it's interesting situation, but also hearing _ anyway. it's interesting situation, but also hearing of— anyway. it's interesting situation, but also hearing of course - anyway. it's interesting situation, l but also hearing of course rumours tonight that in a few weeks for a week or so, france could actually be itself having the rules for life and to be the case that those units of
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travelling to france will have that any more. now is not confirmed yet, but i think what's interesting is if we just touched on but i think what's interesting is if wejust touched on in but i think what's interesting is if we just touched on in the way comes to the government's reopen, various art of the concert. they are particularly part of the south african variant and the fact that they were not sure that the oxford vaccine works that will against it. but i think looking at what is happening in various countries, i think there is some reassurance and government at the moment that maybe it is not such a threat in terms of how it spreads so let us want to watch. i think international travel is a 50 think i put might as she had just outlined his do you want to go on holiday but you have all the holding and also he and it's worth pointing out to all the suggested suggested a0 of opinion it is quite sceptical about prioritising relaxation of borders on the best economy. which means there could be
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a thing if it works but if it does not work and there is another can see what labour pay periods have had there. . , , , see what labour pay periods have had there. ., ,, ,. ., , there. that split is characterised in the papers — there. that split is characterised in the papers today. _ there. that split is characterised in the papers today. let's - there. that split is characterised in the papers today. let's go - there. that split is characterised in the papers today. let's go to l there. that split is characterised i in the papers today. let's go to the telegraph, which is saying it is sort of keen to see things opened up. the headline you guys are urged to scrap travel ban on britons because britain is that i think it travel man and the meaning travel without quarantine. with the us is keeping its. without quarantine. with the us is keein: its. . v without quarantine. with the us is keein: its. ., �*, ., without quarantine. with the us is keeping its— keeping its. that's a good thing ri . ht, keeping its. that's a good thing riaht, so keeping its. that's a good thing right. so we. — keeping its. that's a good thing right, so we, they _ keeping its. that's a good thing right, so we, they are - keeping its. that's a good thing - right, so we, they are saying anyone who is— right, so we, they are saying anyone who is double jabbed travelling from the eu _ who is double jabbed travelling from the eu or— who is double jabbed travelling from the eu or the who is double jabbed travelling from the eu orthe us and who is double jabbed travelling from the eu or the us and handle this country— the eu or the us and handle this country has their vaccines, in vaccines— country has their vaccines, in vaccines that are not administered by the _ vaccines that are not administered by the nhs, if they are valid they are currently recognised the map. thats— are currently recognised the map. that's going to be to change that we still have _ that's going to be to change that we still have to do test negative before — still have to do test negative before arriving and then take another _ before arriving and then take another test on the second day that
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they are _ another test on the second day that they are here. and that's coming into force — they are here. and that's coming into force on monday. however it does _ into force on monday. however it does not — into force on monday. however it does not yet this is kind of then say a _ does not yet this is kind of then say a quote saying everyone is lobbying — say a quote saying everyone is lobbying the americans left, right and centre for the warfare to the telegraph, saying they are saying misters _ telegraph, saying they are saying misters are over there, everyone is kind of— misters are over there, everyone is kind of piling into say you have got to reciprocate this move and obviously— to reciprocate this move and obviously it's been very tricky for the toss— obviously it's been very tricky for the toss of— obviously it's been very tricky for the loss of business leaders to be able to— the loss of business leaders to be able to go— the loss of business leaders to be able to go about their kind of business _ able to go about their kind of business and i think that's obviously going to be a major focus for the _ obviously going to be a major focus for the government trying to make sure that _ for the government trying to make sure thatjoe biden and his illustration, perhaps they are not particularly close with the strength strengthen us ties, actually reciprocates on this. interesting because this — reciprocates on this. interesting because this is _ reciprocates on this. interesting because this is a _ reciprocates on this. interesting because this is a stark- reciprocates on this. interesting i because this is a stark illustration of the way in which the pandemic and the vaccination programme are going
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at different rates in different countries. so, in the us, we hear thatjust countries. so, in the us, we hear that just around countries. so, in the us, we hear thatjust around half of countries. so, in the us, we hear that just around half of the thatjust around half of the adult population is fully vaccinated. that is rather less than in the uk, and maybe that is contributing to the us�*s hesitancy in allowing britons to come without quarantine. yes. us's hesitancy in allowing britons to come without quarantine. yes, if ou look to come without quarantine. yes, if you look at — to come without quarantine. yes, if you look at the _ to come without quarantine. yes, if you look at the state _ to come without quarantine. yes, if you look at the state of _ to come without quarantine. yes, if you look at the state of opinion - to come without quarantine. yes, if you look at the state of opinion in l you look at the state of opinion in various countries, you have the situation where the mother so ago the us was in quite a strong position but you start to student of in cases and that means that the issue of those who have chosen not to get the vaccine is becoming an increasing concern. i think what is missing here though is when it comes to not being added to the typical list, there are a few things to put down to this. i think there is a sense of if you are in the travel
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cord or want to do it an egalitarian way, but i also think it is about the fact the thousand variant is so pervasive now in the uk, if the us is very likely are in terms of their health warnings and messaging coming from politicians, ithink health warnings and messaging coming from politicians, i think is a tricky time to open up travel to us. i think politically as well as in terms of public health. flan i think politically as well as in terms of public health. can we go to the front page _ terms of public health. can we go to the front page of — terms of public health. can we go to the front page of the _ terms of public health. can we go to the front page of the times - terms of public health. can we go to the front page of the times because j the front page of the times because it's the front page of the times because its main story is the other end of the argument? fears over a health risk from amber travellers. and they have a quote that this move to open up have a quote that this move to open up the border to foreign travellers, some foreign travellers poses a clear public health risk i cannot quite see he was making the claim. i quite see he was making the claim. i said that ministers on the cover 19 operations— said that ministers on the cover 19 operations were told that this move posed _ operations were told that this move posed a _ operations were told that this move posed a clear public health risk and honestly _ posed a clear public health risk and honestly that's quite a start quote
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there _ honestly that's quite a start quote there i_ honestly that's quite a start quote there. i mean as we talked about this now. — there. i mean as we talked about this now, obviously cases we now have _ this now, obviously cases we now have a _ this now, obviously cases we now have a following every day for a week— have a following every day for a week but — have a following every day for a week but today he went up again only very slightly. 0verall they are still falling which is very encouraging. but obviously the opening — encouraging. but obviously the opening onjuly the 19th, there is a lack opening onjuly the 19th, there is a tack after— opening onjuly the 19th, there is a lack after that. we don't quite know the effect _ lack after that. we don't quite know the effect in opening up the international travel and mobilising those _ international travel and mobilising those restrictions on monday to come they wiii— those restrictions on monday to come they will be _ those restrictions on monday to come they will be a lack again and don't quite know— they will be a lack again and don't quite know what effect that is going to have, _ quite know what effect that is going to have, especially in terms of variance — to have, especially in terms of variance. so more johnson himself in that is— variance. so more johnson himself in that is encouraging that he said today— that is encouraging that he said today it — that is encouraging that he said today it is — that is encouraging that he said today it is far too early to draw any general conclusions, so he again is definitely — any general conclusions, so he again is definitely warning people that everything cannotjust relax. they are still— everything cannotjust relax. they are still worried about it to be cautious _ are still worried about it to be cautious. so it is always always kind _ cautious. so it is always always kind of— cautious. so it is always always kind of walking that typo. and obviously as we said, the telegraph has got _ obviously as we said, the telegraph has got one takes a us has to scrap
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their travel— has got one takes a us has to scrap their travel than they are imposing on us _ their travel than they are imposing on us and — their travel than they are imposing on us and he ties on the other hand you say— on us and he ties on the other hand you say there is this massive health risk from _ you say there is this massive health risk from the likes of these restrictions. so it's always going to be _ restrictions. so it's always going to be this — restrictions. so it's always going to be this kind of lose lose situation _ to be this kind of lose lose situation basically.- to be this kind of lose lose situation basically. let's move on and move onto _ situation basically. let's move on and move onto a _ situation basically. let's move on and move onto a different - situation basically. let's move on and move onto a different story. | situation basically. let's move on i and move onto a different story. the front page of the guardian. queenwoman lobbied ministers for climate law labour. what's this about the this is really interesting.— about the this is really interestinu. , , ., ., interesting. this is a guardian exclusive _ interesting. this is a guardian exclusive about _ interesting. this is a guardian exclusive about special - interesting. this is a guardian| exclusive about special access interesting. this is a guardian - exclusive about special access used to gain an exemption they allege from an admissions initiative. and this is an exemption question that the queen is the only person in the country side of scotland not required to facilitate pipelines related to emissions. and i think is interesting for a number of reasons. clearly in terms of as we head
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towards the top to six and what is happening with the environment agenda and i think it will become increasingly a political debate in terms of who should carry the burden. some of the stories are going to be tricky. but also i think this is one of the series of the guardian looking at exemptions for the more the household. and i think thatis the more the household. and i think that is casting a light on something that is casting a light on something that after we would not have seen previously. that after we would not have seen reviousl . . , that after we would not have seen previously-— that after we would not have seen reviousl . ., , , ., previously. really interesting. can we to previously. really interesting. can we no to previously. really interesting. can we go to the _ previously. really interesting. can we go to the front _ previously. really interesting. can we go to the front page _ previously. really interesting. can we go to the front page of- previously. really interesting. can we go to the front page of the - we go to the front page of the telegraph? we have had a summer of really extreme weather globally, and this is a story about building in the uk on flood risk land to be barred to prevent climate change from their homes.— barred to prevent climate change from their homes. yes, i think this is a really interesting _ from their homes. yes, i think this is a really interesting one - from their homes. yes, i think this is a really interesting one and - from their homes. yes, i think this is a really interesting one and it i is a really interesting one and it does _ is a really interesting one and it does relate to the last three that katie was — does relate to the last three that katie was talking about as well. because — katie was talking about as well. because the claimant agenda does not
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seem urgent to me people now. we have seen— seem urgent to me people now. we have seen in— seem urgent to me people now. we have seen in polish people do put it fairly— have seen in polish people do put it fairly high— have seen in polish people do put it fairly high up there a list of priorities, but really when things like funding happens and that's when it starts— like funding happens and that's when it starts shooting it because it becomes— it starts shooting it because it becomes incredibly the people living here in— becomes incredibly the people living here in britain, and i know that in london _ here in britain, and i know that in london i — here in britain, and i know that in london i have never seen such extreme — london i have never seen such extreme weather is i have seen over the past _ extreme weather is i have seen over the past few weeks. it's been shocking _ the past few weeks. it's been shocking. it goes from incredibly uncomfortably hot, which was meant more _ uncomfortably hot, which was meant more for— uncomfortably hot, which was meant more for the pollution, to pull amounts — more for the pollution, to pull amounts of rain and another everybody in my area and there has been _ everybody in my area and there has been tonnes of people in the basement flat and sewage and is awfui~ _ basement flat and sewage and is awful. and we have had this year after— awful. and we have had this year after year— awful. and we have had this year after year in other parts of the country — after year in other parts of the country. so this makes climate varies — country. so this makes climate varies from people. so they're talking — varies from people. so they're talking here about how developers are going — talking here about how developers are going to be barred from voting on land _ are going to be barred from voting on land at — are going to be barred from voting on land at risk of flooding and the government is going to announce plans— government is going to announce
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plans to — government is going to announce plans to invest 860,000,001 thousand flood event schemes this year. there is going _ flood event schemes this year. there is going to _ flood event schemes this year. there is going to flood insurance. so all these _ is going to flood insurance. so all these various measures which are incredibly— these various measures which are incredibly urgent but i think a water— incredibly urgent but i think a water thing is the government needs to stop _ water thing is the government needs to stopjust_ water thing is the government needs to stopjust setting water thing is the government needs to stop just setting incredibly ambitious targets for reaching mensiro — ambitious targets for reaching mensiro and all of those things and actually— mensiro and all of those things and actually start sending out policies to reach _ actually start sending out policies to reach them. can actually start sending out policies to reach them.— actually start sending out policies to reach them. can he stay with the front -a~e to reach them. can he stay with the front page of _ to reach them. can he stay with the front page of the — to reach them. can he stay with the front page of the telegraph - to reach them. can he stay with the front page of the telegraph and i to reach them. can he stay with the | front page of the telegraph and just look at the photograph is that this is a borisjohnson with prince charles at the unveiling of the memorial to follow police officers. if that, it's windy, they have catching it all night with a broadly and this is a photograph that boris johnson thinks it does him no harm at all. , , , ., , johnson thinks it does him no harm atall. , , , ., , ., johnson thinks it does him no harm atall. , _. , ., , at all. yes, they promised or trying to master an _ at all. yes, they promised or trying to master an umbrella _ at all. yes, they promised or trying to master an umbrella and - at all. yes, they promised or trying to master an umbrella and has- to master an umbrella and has not quite worked up a as you say interesting as the photo has been doing the rounds in three circles and actually allow people coming back and say this is what

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