image caption Prime Minister Boris Johnson described the US President Joe Biden as a breath of fresh air as the two leaders met in Cornwall for the G7 summit of world leaders on Thursday, the Daily Mail reports. The newspaper says the couple and their families have come together on Thursday. lies with a display of extraordinary warmth during their very first meeting. image caption The Daily Express quotes Mr Johnson as saying there is a huge amount their partnership could be successful. The newspaper says the pair have also agreed to step up preparations for a post-Brexit trade deal.re the UK and the US. caption of the image But the Guardian says G7 summit risks being overshadowed by a bitter Brexit standoff between France and UK. French President Emmanuel Macron has stepped up pressure on Mr Johnson over regulatory controls post-Brexit on merchandiseits entering Northern Ireland from Britain, according to the newspaper, insisting that nothing is negotiable . image caption In other developments, ministers plan to delay the end of coronavirus restrictions in England to give companies certainty andgive people more time to receive two vaccines, the Times reports. The document says plans are being discussed to delay the end of the lockdown - slated for June 21 - by two or four weeks. caption of the image The i said a shortage of the Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine over the next few weeks forwould also raise hopes for what some have dubbed “freedom day” on June 21. It comes as clinical trials begin for a new vaccine to protect against variants of the coronavirus. Image caption Metro said Health Secretary Matt Hancock caused the indignation when defending his performance during the pandemic, in an appearance before MPs. Mr Hancock said Britain has never been short of personal protective equipment, despite the fact that medical staff had to carry garbage bags earlier in the pandemic, the newspaper reports. Image caption The Daily Mirror claims Mr Hancock has faced a furious backlash for his PPE claims. A nurse quoted by the newspaper said: The families of those affected by insensitivity deserve an apology. > /> -class >>>>> caption of the image The Daily Star jokes that the reSecretary of Health's marks are completely believable . It features a mockup of him with a Pinocchio style nose.