The Papers: UK ‘steps up’ with plans to ‘jab the globe’on June 6, 2021 at 4:50 am

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Sunday’s front pages look at the G7’s tax deal and calls to share vaccine supplies around the world.

The Sunday Times, meanwhile, reports that Lady Dido Harding, the former boss of what it calls the “troubled” test-and-trace system, is considering a bid to succeed Sir Simon Stevens as the head of NHS England. Her application would be “controversial”, it notes, after the government’s independent scientific advisory group, Sage, concluded last year that the Test and Trace programme had had a “minimal impact” on virus transmission, despite a £37bn budget.

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