What the Newspaper Say – November 22

Clashes in Europe over restrictions on coronaviruses, vaccinations and the prime minister are splashed in the papers at the start of the work week.

The I is leading the roll-out of booster jabs to all over 18s in a bid to quell any further spread of coronavirus cases during the winter.

The Daily Express has a similar homepage, saying the UK could avoid a second Christmas lockdown by adopting the recall.

Meanwhile, the Daily mail claims murderer Colin Pitchfork was called back to jail for approaching young girls on the streets. He was jailed for life after raping and strangling Lynda Mann and Dawn Ashworth, 15, in Leicestershire in 1983 and 1986.

Elsewhere, the Daily Mirror investigates the fur trade and how animals are kept in cages abroad before they are made into clothing.

The Financial Time reports that a weapon test undertaken by China in July presented a technical advance that allowed the missile to travel at five times the speed of light.

Prime Minister Boris Johnson could face a revolt by backbench MPs amid anger that the less well-off may still have to sell their homes to pay for their care, according to The Guardian.

Metro says the PM was seen on public transport – a train – not wearing a face mask after being without one during a recent hospital visit.

The temperature said MPs could avoid large tax bills on their second job following an investigation by the newspaper.

And The daily telegraph reported the outbreak of anti-coronavirus restriction protests that took place in several European cities over the weekend.

The Star of the day, meanwhile, says there are conflicting reports on what kind of weather the UK will have this Christmas.

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