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image captionThe UK sending Royal Navy patrol vessels to monitor a protest by French fisherman in waters around Jersey makes the front of some of the papers. The Daily Mail says it is a “major escalation” of the row with France over fishing rights. It reports that the vessels – armed with cannon and machine guns – will patrol the Channel after 100 French fishing boats threatened to block the island’s main harbour.
image caption“Boris sends gunboats to defend Jersey” is the headline in the Daily Express, which says the move came after France threatened to cut off Jersey’s electricity supply and shut down the Channel island. It carries quotes from Boris Johnson saying “any blockade would be completely unjustified”.
image captionHolidaymakers arriving back at British airports this summer could face queues of up to 10 hours because of increased checks being carried out at the border, according to the i newspaper. It also claims the government’s failure to develop a Covid passport app in time for the return of international travel on 17 May will cost travellers hundreds of pounds in extra costs.
image captionThe Sun leads on a father of four who died after being stabbed in Laindon, near Basildon in Essex, on Sunday. The paper says James Gibbons had been going to the aid of another man when he himself was stabbed. It says his family are “broken beyond belief”.
image captionAnd the Daily Star reports on former US President Donald Trump launching his own website – “just when you thought it was safe to start using social media again… the crazy old man’s back in business” is the paper’s headline.