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June.13, 2021: @acenewsservices
Newspaper Headlines: ‘Miracle on the turf’ and six-week window to open up & The Sunday Telegraph reports that ministers fear #coronavirus restrictions could be in place in England until next spring.
By BBC News: Staff:
The Sunday Mirror describes it as a “miracle on the pitch”. On Saturday, the 29-year-old was said to be awake in hospital, with his condition having stabilised.
“Saved at the Euros” is the headline on the Sunday People, which features a photo of him leaving the pitch by stretcher.
In other news, ministers fear Britain will have a six-week window to open up in the summer or risk having Covid restrictions in place until spring, the Sunday Telegraph reports. Government advisers have explained there is a “ticking clock” to lift measures before it becomes too late to do so in September because of the greater transmission of Covid in winter and seasonal pressures on the NHS. It comes as Prime Minister Boris Johnson gave his clearest signal yet that he is planning to delay the return to normality by a month.
The Sunday Express asks “will we ever be free?” The paper says MPs and scientists have warned that Britain risks never getting its core freedoms back if the 21 June unlocking date is delayed. The Express says Mr Johnson will decide on Monday whether to postpone lifting restrictions after revealing there is “worrying stuff” in the latest virus data:
The anti-corruption watchdog will this week recommend that ministers should be banned from lobbying for up to five years after leaving office and face possible fines if they break the rules, the Sunday Times reports: Lord Evans, chairman of the committee on standards in public life, is to make the proposal on Monday in an emergency review being published in the wake of the Greensill lobbying scandal:
The Queen will no longer remain silent when the Duke and Duchess of Sussex allow “mistruths” to circulate about the Royal Family in the public domain, according to the Mail on Sunday: The paper says it marks a “dramatic departure” from the monarch’s long-standing policy of “never complain, never explain”. The Mail on Sunday adds that the “extraordinary” move is a reflection of the Queen’s exasperation at “relentless briefings” that allies of the couple have been giving to the media:
Advisers are said to be concerned that there is a very short window to open up during the summer, and by September it could be too late because the virus spreads more easily in the winter months.
Focusing on the G7 summit, the Observer reports that the prime minister was embroiled in an extraordinary public spat with EU leaders over Northern Ireland as tensions boiled over in Cornwall.
The paper says Mr Johnson told the Europeans to “get it into their heads” that the UK was “a single country” after a series of tense meetings at which he was told to implement the Brexit deal in full.
The Telegraph says the prime minister was left infuriated when France’s President, Emmanuel Macron, suggested that Northern Ireland was not part of the UK.
The Sunday Times calls it a “barney on the beach”.
PA MediaMinisters are said to fear that Covid restrictions could last until spring
The Mail claims that the Queen has decided that she will no longer remain silent when the Duke and Duchess of Sussex allow what the paper calls “mistruths” about the Royal Family to circulate publicly.
The paper says she has told courtiers to correct any statements which misrepresent her private conversations or those of other senior royals.
The dispute over the Sussexes calling their daughter Lilibet – the Queen’s family nickname – has, according to an unnamed insider, “sent her over the edge”.
The Mail’s headline calls it the “Queen’s war on the Sussex LA spin machine”.
The main story for the Sunday Mirror and the People is the Danish footballer Christian Eriksen’s collapse at Euro 2020.
Both hail the way medical staff were able to revive him on the pitch as a “miracle”.
Their front pages carry close-up photographs of Eriksen being stretchered off in an oxygen mask, clutching his head and with his eyes open.
The Daily Star Sunday also leads with the story, illustrating it with a shot of the player’s team-mates forming a protective wall around him as he received emergency treatment.
The paper says he was saved by Denmark’s captain, Simon Kjaer, who gave first aid before the medics ran on to the pitch.
ReutersThe Queen is said to be a fan of Line of Duty
The former BBC presenter Andrew Neil tells the Telegraph that his new channel, GB News, will be a success if it attracts an audience of hundreds of thousands rather than millions of viewers, at least initially.
He assures the paper it won’t be what he calls “shouty, Fox News-type nonsense”, and its patriotism will not be “slavish”.
Mr Neil has also been talking to the Mail which detects a “vulnerable side” to what it calls the “screen rottweiler” when he admits to feeling a mixture of “exhaustion, exhilaration, excitement, and every now and again, depression”.
Finally, the Sunday Times reveals that the Queen is a devoted fan of the BBC drama about police corruption: Line of Duty. It understands that, while she self-isolated at Windsor Castle, she relished chatting about the twists and turns in the plot.The paper reveals that the Queen also enjoys watching Dad’s Army, the X Factor, and pointing out the mistakes in the ITV period drama Downton Abbey.
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