Naija News looks at the top happenings making headlines on the front pages of newspapers in the United Kingdom today Tuesday, 12 October 2021.
We start off this front page review with The Guardian which is reporting that UK’s COVID failings among worst in history.
Metro: A public report has revealed that scientists and government’s early response to the pandemic was “one of the most important public health failures the UK has experienced”
Deadliest of Delays: Daily Mirror still leads with a report that found PM Boris Johnson could have saved thousands of lives during the COVID-19 pandemic by locking down just days earlier.
According to Daily Star, Heinz would love to ditch plastic and use eco-friendly glass but they said customers don’t like ‘patting’ the bottom to get the last drop out.
Daily Mail reports that thousands of elderly died needlessly and were just an “afterthought” according to a new report.
PM Boris Johnson is backing a multimillion-pound bailout of industries struggling with high gas prices after Rishi Sunak lost a Whitehall battle with the business secretary, The Times says.
We conclude with Daily Express reporting that retailers are “pulling out all the tops” to meet demand over Christmas and keep shelves full.
Thank you for reading, that all for today, see you again tomorrow for a review of UK newspapers