Sky News takes a look at the stories making a splash in Saturday’s national newspapers.
The i reports that many Britons are in no great hurry to return to normal working life.
The Guardian leads on a survey showing women are finding it hard to return to work with lockdown easing because of the difficulty of finding childcare.
The Financial Times goes with a hefty settlement reached between Goldman Sachs and Malaysia over losses from an investment fund.
The Daily Star encourages its readers to use a mask by offering them the chance to win one carrying an image of Boris Johnson’s advisor, Dominic Cummings.
The Daily Telegraph leads on comments by the widow of PC Andrew Harper, who said she was dismayed by the manslaughter convictions of the men responsible for his death.
The Daily Mirror says the widow of PC Andrew Harper suffered “heartbreaking pain” when the three men responsible for his death were convicted of manslaughter, rather than murder.
The Daily Express reports that Lissie Harper believes she got “no justice” for her husband, PC Andrew Harper, killed by three men convicted of manslaughter.
The Daily Mail reports that restaurant and takeaway meals could soon start carrying calorie labels under new government plans.
You can watch the Press Preview on Sky News every evening at 10.30pm and 11.30pm.
Saturday night’s reviewers will be Matthew Syed, columnist for
the Sunday Times and The Times and journalist and author Christina Patterson.
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