Nearly 600k homes could be left ‘uninhabitable’ after being built without protection against rising temperatures - digital front page

NationalWorld leads on the Climate Change Committee’s latest findings – as well as warnings from a leading psychologist about the potential issues of long-term home working on the UK workforce

Today's front page focuses on inhabitable homes and never-ending home working, as well as those all important Premier League fixtures

A new report from the Climate Change Committee found that almost 600,000 homes have been built since 2017 without protection against inevitable temperature rises, with thousands of people at risk of overheating in the coming years.

More than 570,000 new homes have been built in England since 2017 without protection against rising temperatures, the report found.

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We breakdown the latest Climate Change Committee report

With at least 1.5m further homes due to be built across the UK in the next five years, the committee warned that millions of people will be left vulnerable to overheating if planning policy is not adapted immediately.

The report is the committee's third “advice to government” document detailing the UK’s current climate risks.

Home working, office or hybrid? Experts offer their predictions on the future of work

A leading psychologist has said employers need to be aware of the struggles facing home workers - as a leaked document reveals that home working is likely to continue.

Working from home is expected to continue beyond Step 4 of Boris Johnson’s roadmap, the report suggests.

According to the leaked Whitehall document, the Government should not actively tell people to go back to the workplace after 19 July.

This has raised concerns and questions about the future of the office, the lack of socialising and working relationships, and how this could impact the UK workforce.

Premier League fixtures 2021/22: Mouthwatering games kick off new season but fans should be the focus

So, we now know the opening fixtures for the new Premier League season – and there's some tasty encounters in there.

Manchester United vs Leeds United is a stand-out. One of the fiercest rivalries in English football will be eagerly anticipated, especially with fans allowed back into Old Trafford.

The other half of Manchester has a real mouthwatering opener too, with champions City travelling to Tottenham Hotspur. Whose colours will Harry Kane be wearing that day?

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