What the papers say – September 13

Stories on coronavirus and the tennis feature on the front of many Monday papers.

What the papers say – September 13

Pictures of a beaming Emma Raducanu feature on many of Monday’s front pages after the teenager took home the US Open title, while stories on Covid passports and cancer tests also feature.

The Daily Telegraph leads with a report that Prime Minister Boris Johnson is “dead set” against further Covid lockdowns, and will argue the UK has to live with the virus now all adults have been offered a vaccine.

The death of the vaccine passport idea leads Metro and The Independent, while Mr Johnson’s “new Covid plan” of booster vaccines is on the front of the i.

Sporting success in New York is on the front of the Daily Mail, with the paper saying Raducanu is set for a £150 million fortune.

News of a new blood test which can reportedly detect more than 50 types of cancer being trialled by the NHS features on the front of the Daily Mirror and Daily Express.

The Times carries a report suggesting Chinese telecoms giant Huawei has “infiltrated” a Cambridge University research centre.

The Guardian reports a “major poll” showing working parents believe the Government is failing them in relation to childcare policies.

The Financial Times writes ministers will look at devolving more powers to local areas, with Communities Secretary Robert Jenrick suggesting there was interest in creating mayoralties in North Yorkshire and Cumbria.

And the Daily Star reports parts of the UK will be hotter than the Algarve in what the paper calls the “blast of the summer shine”.

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