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May.30: 2021: @acenewsservices
Newspaper Headlines: PM ‘weds in secret’ and Wuhan lab leak ‘feasible’ & According to the Sunday Times, British spies believe claims that the #coronavirus #pandemic may have originated from a leak out of a laboratory in Wuhan are “feasible”.
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The Sunday Telegraph says even senior Downing Street aides were kept in the dark about the ceremony, while one member of staff at Westminster Cathedral said they only learned of the couple’s identity a day before the wedding. The paper says the ceremony came days after it was reported the couple sent “save the dates” for a celebration of their marriage on July 30 next year.The 30 guests at Westminster Cathedral were invited only at the last minute, the Daily Express says, such was the secrecy surrounding the prime minister’s third wedding.”
Nice day for a whitewash wedding” is the Sunday Mirror’s scornful take, as the paper contrasts the celebration with the controversy over the government’s handling of the pandemic.
The main story in the Sunday Times focuses on the origins of the pandemic, reporting that British spies now believe it is “feasible” the coronavirus leaked from the Wuhan Institute of Virology, rather than being transmitted to humans from a natural source. Previously the paper says Western intelligence agencies judged the possibility of a lab leak as “remote”, while China has angrily rejected the theory.
Labour leader Sir Keir Starmer has written in the Observer to warn that the 21 June date to lift the remaining Covid-19 restrictions is at risk because of what he calls serial incompetence and “civil war” inside Boris Johnson’s government. The paper call it his strongest attack yet on the government’s handling of the pandemic, as he describes the 80,000 second-wave deaths as “avoidable and unforgivable”.”
Hancock must go now over care deaths” is the headline on the Sunday People, which says bereaved relatives and care home bosses joined a “chorus of fury” at Health Secretary Matt Hancock for allowing patients with Covid-19 to be sent back to care homes without being tested.
And the Daily Star reports that the half-term week will be the first of six heatwaves this summer, with 25C temperatures rising to 33C is some places. “More scorching spells to follow,” the paper promises.
British intelligence staff are said to be examining the possibility with their American counterparts and MPs are demanding a fresh investigation: But the Times suggests experts are sceptical about their chances of finding a text message, email or document proving a lab leak – let alone what it dubs “a smoking test tube”.
The Mail on Sunday asks: “Is this Covid’s Patient Zero?”, speaking of a 61-year-old woman who lived near the lab and was diagnosed with the virus three weeks before Beijing admitted that it existed.
The Sun on Sunday insists “it’s crucial” that the West gets to the bottom of what it calls “China’s Covid cover-up”.
If China is found to have deliberately manipulated the virus to conceal its origins, the Sun concludes, that would be “an outrageous crime against humanity”.
Reuters: Lab-Leak theories centre on the Wuhan Institute of Virology
The Sunday Telegraph reports that NHS staff in England may be legally required to have a coronavirus vaccine under new plans.
There is concern, the Telegraph says, because as many as a fifth of health workers in some areas are yet to have a jab.
A Whitehall source said conversations were at an early stage.
The Independent warns that European holidaymakers coming to the UK could bring new Covid-19 variants – saying France, Spain, Italy and Greece have sequenced a fraction of the cases analysed here.
Writing in the Observer, Labour leader Sir Keir Starmer suggests plans to lift restrictions on 21 June are at risk because he says government ministers are distracted by what he calls “melodrama, civil war and covering their own back”.
EPABoris Johnson and Carrie Symonds have reportedly married in a secret ceremony
The Sun describes the “secret” wedding of Boris Johnson and Carrie Symonds.
A limo carrying the bride is said to have swept into the piazza by Westminster Cathedral yesterday afternoon.
Ms Symonds is reported to have stepped out “wearing a flowing white dress” with no veil.
Then the couple walked down the aisle to classical music.
The Mail on Sunday suggests the prime minister could not take his eyes off his new wife.
While there are no photos of the wedding, the Mail has pictures of Stanley Johnson and his daughter, Julia, taking selfies after the ceremony outside No 10.
The Daily Star Sunday promises that the sunshine forecast this weekend will be the first heatwave of six expected this summer.
But the Observer looks at the threat posed by the increasingly hot weather, suggesting it could trigger thousands of deaths each year because measures have not been brought in to keep houses and care homes cool.
Finally, while eating well, exercising regularly, not smoking and drinking less alcohol are all put forward as ways to extend your life, the Timessuggests you really should consider picking up a tennis racket.
A longevity study has found that male tennis stars in England and Wales enjoy an extra 9.7 years on the average lifespan.
Badminton players are afforded another six years and cyclists nearly four.
“For a longer life,” says the paper, “it’s game, set and match to tennis players”.
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