Fleet Street: The Pavlovic Today takes a look at tomorrow’s front pages in the UK. 

Guardian headlines that “Surging new variant puts lockdown end in jeopardy in the UK”

Daily Express leads with the story “We are so close…getting vaccinated will help everyone defeat the Indian variant.”

The Times writes about British tourists flocking to France, Greece, Spain, and United States despite the government’s advice not to travel to countries on the amber list.

Harry and Meghan on the cover of The Daily Mail: “Smile, we are on TV…again”

Financial Times reports on “Cabinet split by ‘ferocious’ fight over Australia zero-tariff demand”

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