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#AceDailyNews says here’s todays Newspaper Headlines: It comes as Prime Minister Boris Johnson is to this week launch a new “charm offensive” on America, according to the Sunday Express: The paper says Mr Johnson will fly out to New York on Sunday to make a speech at the United Nations amid the growing row over the #Aukus pact.
Sept.20, 2021: @acenewsservices
The Observer says ministers have been holding a series of emergency meetings with energy companies and regulators to establish whether the UK will be able to keep the lights and central heating on this winter amid rising gas prices. The paper says an industry insider likened the meetings to the early crisis talks held following the outbreak of Covid-19.
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The Mail on Sunday reports that the BBC has been “plunged into a fresh crisis” over the activities of reporter Martin Bashir. The paper says the corporation failed to search properly for a murdered schoolgirl’s bloodied clothes that had been lost by Bashir, who at the time worked for the BBC. The BBC and Mr Bashir have both apologised for the circumstances surrounding the loss of the clothes.
Disabled rugby league legend Rob Burrow is set to take a “wonder drug” in his fight for life, reports the Sunday Mirror. The paper says the ex-Leeds Rhinos and England star, who has Motor Neurone Disease, is to take a treatment that has shown “dramatic results” in US trials.
And finally, Ricky Gervais has said his new TV series is going to shock the “snowflakes”, reports the Daily Star Sunday. The paper says Gervais believes scenes in season three of After Life are his most outrageous yet.
The Observer reports that England’s deputy chief medical officer, Prof Jonathan Van-Tam, asked ministers to withhold all of the UK’s clinical trial data from the EU if European countries continued to deny entry to British vaccine trial volunteers: The idea, which the paper says was refused, was an attempt to help 19,000 people who are unable to travel to the continent because the Novavax and Valneva jabs have not been approved by regulators: Prof Van Tam is reported to have disclosed his proposal in a conversation with one of those volunteers, and the Observer says the government has not disputed her account: A government spokesperson says ministers are committed to taking action on the issue: PA Media: Prof Jonathan Van-Tam is reported to have sought to help 19,000 vaccine volunteers who are unable to travel to the continent
“Boris must act now to save us from another miserable Christmas,” is the message to the prime minister in the Sun on Sunday’s leader: It says Britain is “sleep walking” into a perfect storm of high prices and shortages because of the energy crisis and the lack of lorry drivers: The task of ensuring food and toys are not in short supply has been given to Michael Gove, according to the Sunday People. A Whitehall source explains that Mr Gove is set to head up the National Economic Recovery Taskforce, described as “basically the Committee to Save Christmas”.
“Hopes rise for breast cancer cure,” declares the Sunday Times. A trial by AstraZeneca of its drug, Enhertu, found three quarters of participants had shown no progression in their disease after 12 months, compared with a third when treated with a different medicine: The papers explains that the drug is delivered through an intravenous drip, and used to treat breast cancer that has spread to other parts of the body: AstraZeneca’s head of oncology, David Fredrickson, is quoted, saying it’s remarkable to hear people in the scientific community ask: “Is it possible that we could be offering a cure for some women with advanced disease?”
The Sun on Sunday reports that Prince Andrew will leave what it calls his Balmoral “hideaway” to visit his heavily pregnant daughter in hospital. Princess Beatrice was admitted on Friday: The paper says the Duke of York has been “in hiding for some time” on the Scottish estate, as lawyers try to serve him papers from Virginia Guiffre’s sexual abuse lawsuit. A Balmoral insider is quoted as saying while the prince “obviously hasn’t wanted to leave… his daughter comes first”…………..The Duke of York has vehemently and repeatedly denied Ms Guiffre’s allegations. “
“ Now inhalers blamed for global warming,” is a headline in the Mail on Sunday, after GlaxoSmithKline said the devices were its biggest single source of greenhouse gas emissions: The Mail says the pharmaceutical firm has now begun the process of finding a successor to its blue Ventolin inhaler.
Ministers are set to announce that football fans will be able to stand at top-flight matches for the first time in almost three decades, according to the Sun on Sunday. Premier League clubs will be told they can apply to open safe standing sections in their grounds in the second half of the season: A source tells the paper the government has proceeded with caution on the issue, and gathered robust evidence that the safety of fans will not be compromised.
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