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Tuesday's national newspaper front pages

Sky News looks at the stories making a splash in Tuesday's national newspapers.

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Britain is facing the biggest shutdown of normal life since the Second World War, reports the Daily Mail.


The Times says normal life has been put on hold for up to a year after Boris Johnson was told it was the only way to save a quarter of a million lives.

The prime minister has decided not to shut schools amid the coronavirus outbreak, despite demanding "social distancing" measures, writes the Daily Mirror.

The Independent says people with a persistent cough or fever are being told to self-isolate for seven days if they are by themselves and if they are not alone then everyone in their household must stay isolated for 14 days.

Boris Johnson has implemented the biggest restriction of civil liberties in peacetime as he declared everyone in the UK must avoid visits to pubs, restaurants and "non-essential" contact, writes The Daily Telegraph.

The prime minister says the coronavirus outbreak is now "approaching the fast growth part of the upward curve", with London a few weeks ahead of the rest of the country, reports The Guardian.

The number of people who have died in the UK after contracting coronavirus has risen to 55 as Boris Johnson recommends the public avoid "non-essential contact" and socialising, writes the Daily Express.

The prime minister has effectively ordered the shutdown of Britain to fight the spread of coronavirus, reports the Daily Star.

Boris Johnson has called on people to avoid pubs, clubs, theatres and other social venues but did not order them to be closed down, sparking anger from owners who fear they will not be able to claim on insurance, writes Metro.

The public has been urged by leading medics to work at home, avoid the office, pubs and travel, and stop "non-essential" contact amid the coronavirus outbreak, reports the i.

Global stock markets have tumbled after an emergency intervention by the US Federal Reserve failed to allay fears over the rapidly deteriorating world economy due to the coronavirus pandemic, says the Financial Times.

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Tuesday's reviewers will be the Financial Times' Whitehall correspondent Sebastian Payne and City AM's comment editor Rachel Cunliffe.

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