According to the Express:
"A DEADLY great white shark is heading for our shores - just in time for a weekend of glorious weather, which could see Britons flocking to the beach."
Apparently "The one-tonne man-eater" is making "a bee-line for Britain".
However, it should be pointed out there is absolutely no reason to believe it is heading to the UK, based on its rather circuitous route around the mid-Atlantic over the past month. It is 1,000 miles from Britain and tracking data provided by Ocearch hardly suggests a "bee line" for Britain.
The Express might also want to take a look at its maths. The paper says "the 15ft beast has swum an impressive 380 miles in 72 hours", adding that at that rate it will cover the remaining 1,000 miles to Cornwall "in just two days".
According to Ocearch the shark has travelled just 37 miles in the last 24 hours. I'm going to go out on a limb and say this shark will not arrive in UK waters this weekend.