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3174438 Headlines: shoppers urged to spend, and the "hero" of the protests
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Several Newspapers, including the Metro, a photo went viral over the weekend, taken on Saturday, the protests in the centre of London. It shows a Black Lives matter protesters carry an Injured Man to safety. The Paper identifies the "heroes" as a Personal Trainer , Patrick Hutchinson , and cited him as calling for an end to the hate, saying: "It is not black v white, it is up to each v is the racists". The re-opening of the shops in England on Monday, features the Front Pages . The Daily Mirror says that thousands of companies have backed The Paper 's own "shop for Britain" campaign and urged The People to return to high streets after 12 weeks of lockdown. The Mirror says Shops want to spend The People , "spend, spend, to save livelihoods". A store owner told The Paper , without The People who support "we are probably not in a year". The Daily Express quotes Prime Minister Boris Johnson , as he said, the Shopper was to spend the time to help the British economy back on its feet. Speaking on Sunday during a visit to a shopping Mall, Mr Johnson said he thought "people should shop, and shop With Confidence ." The Paper over 7,000 local parades and centres will be said again on Monday. The I newspaper reports, it is "queue Keeper" in shops, to be sure, social distance, and hand sanitizers in some of the shops. Monday is also the date from which The People in England have to wear face coverings marked on Public Transport - But The Paper reports of a survey that say show a sixth of The People , they will refuse to follow The Rules . The Daily Star predicts, it will be a multi-billion-pound shopping spree, what it calls "Manic Monday ". It dubs The Return of the goods for the buyer, such as the "sale of The Century ". Government Minister, observed, the re-opening of shops, to see if consumer confidence has stalled, The Times suggests. He reported that Chancellor Rishi Sunak could VAT as an emergency cuts if the buyers need sexy. In a separate story, The Times reported that hundreds of people will be verified by blue plaques in London, for all the "problematic connotations" of The People they celebrate, such as links to The Slave trade. Meanwhile, Boris Johnson , writing in The Daily Telegraph on the line through some of Britain's historic statues. He says he's "extremely skeptical of a" distortion of history would be to deal with the growing campaign, or photoshop to do the entire cultural landscape", so". Mr Johnson defended well, Sir Winston Churchill , whose statue had appeared graffitied as an objection again, some of his views and actions. Mr Johnson has also agreed to consider the establishment of a cross-government, the Commission's inequality. The Guardian carries an Exclusive Story reported that The World Health Organisation warned against any further lifting of the coronavirus lockdown in England, until the government has shown that the contact-tracing system that worked. The Who Director for Europe, says The Paper , it was in need of "encouraging" that the contacts of 8,000 infected people in England were persecuted - But Not 10, to ensure that it can be opened "aggressive" track infections, when the economy again. The Financial Times leads with a report from the Treasury select committee, which shows, More Than a million people who do not qualify for the government's most important coronavirus-support systems. MP Mel Stride said, The People "fell through the cracks" and the government needs to act urgently. A Manager of a small company said, The Committee did you pay by credit card for basic food, The Paper adds. A Warning from health chiefs that A Generation of children are At Risk of overweight, because of The School closures is The Front of the Daily Mail . The Head of The Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health says that poor Mental Health , poor sleep and a potential lack of exercise and obesity are among the risks for children. An NHS chief said the lockdown would only worsen the UK-weight-Problem .