3181134 Headlines: "end of Rhodes' as fears grow over shut schools
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The Guardian leads with The News that Oriel has voted College, Oxford, his statue of colonialist Cecil Rhodes , after the calls for his removal by The Black lives matter demonstrations were rekindled. An independent investigation "in the main topics related to it" will also be Set Up . The Paper quoted a college spokeswoman says It Comes after "a thoughtful time of the debate". It is the "end of Rhodes," explains the Daily Mail and added that Oxford had to have dons "give up". In his title story, the article reports, there is an "urgent review" into the use of Vitamin D as a "coronavirus life-saver". It says studies indicate those who contract The Virus "to die far sooner", if you are "missing" in the vitamin. A photo of a Premier League player kneels in support of The Black Lives Matter movement dominated Times " on the first page. The Paper 's lead story, however, focuses on an open letter from the children's doctors, the government on demand, "publish a clear plan for all children in the school". Empty chairs and empty tables dominate the Daily Mirror 's Front Page . The Paper calls on the government to "urgent measures to all children in the school". There are thousands says ruined the "face of education", if you go back in to in September. The "Daily Telegraph" features a rainy scene in which workers in face masks, uncovering a statue of Sir Winston Churchill , who was attacked during anti-racism protests. Its Top Story is A Warning of The Prince of Wales of the "potentially devastating" impact of the pandemic on Young People . Prince Charles says that the problems that are facing children today is worse than in the mid-1970s, reported The Paper . The Financial Times says it has seen a letter from the U.S. Secretary of the Treasury, Steve Mnuchin suspension of talks with European countries on "a global tax environment for technology companies". Mr Mnuchin, says discussions have reached a "dead end", says the FT. The Letter "paves The Way for a summer of TRANS-Atlantic tensions," The Paper says. It's "fury" at the idea of the government "axing" The Pension lock triple on the Front Page of the Daily Express . The Paper says pensioners "could be £1,900 will lose a year". The Lock is "in danger", according to the I newspaper. Its title page quotes Tory backbencher Steve Baker says: "We can't afford it. The public finances are in a catastrophic State . "And the Daily Star reports that "gossip has been banned" in hair salons, while the stylists "have to work In Silence ", in an effort, in the fight against the spread of the coronavirus. Finally, the U-Bahn leads to The News that Boris Johnson 's convoy was involved in a minor collision outside of Parliament. The Paper images a protester surrounded by Police .