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#AceDailyNews says here’s todays Newspaper Headlines: The Daily Telegraph’s lead story reports that 11,600 people caught #COVID19 in hospital after being admitted for other illnesses – and then went on to die from it: The paper says it has prompted renewed calls for vaccination of NHS staff to be mandatory, which the government is expected to announce this week as Health Secretary announces in Parliament today Tuesday that ALL NHS workers receive mandatory vaccinations as #COVID19 cases rise more soon see below ………

Many of the papers cover the fallout of the government’s failed attempt to overturn the suspension of an MP who was found to have breached lobbying rules. The Times’ headline describes “anger as PM skips sleaze showdown” – referring to him missing a Commons debate – while the paper says Tory MPs are calling on him to apologise.

Nov.10, 2021: @acenewsservices

Top MP earns fortune working in tax haven” is the Daily Mail’s headline, raising a new concern about MPs’ outside interests. The paper reports that Geoffrey Cox, the former attorney general, earned hundreds of thousands of pounds in the British Virgin Islands while voting remotely in Parliament under lockdown rules.

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There’s plenty of reaction on the front pages to the latest Commons skirmishes about sleaze.

“I’m a prime minister… get me out of here!” is Metro’s take on Boris Johnson’s trip north while the House of Commons debate took place. The paper says he was accused of “running scared”.

The i newspaper says Mr Johnson refused to apologise for trying to “tear up sleaze rules”, but says that the minister sent to the Commons in his place did admit that the plan to review MPs’ standards after Owen Paterson was found in breach of them was a “mistake”.

“Just say sorry for the mess, prime minister” pleads the Daily Express in its front page story. The paper says there has been “fury from the opposition and deep misgivings from many on his own side”.

The Guardian’s story on the issue focuses on Labour leader Sir Keir Starmer’s response, accusing the prime minister of leading the Conservative Party “through the sewers” and of trying to “take down” the standards watchdog – preventing it from investigating the refurbishment of his Downing Street flat.

A picture of Barack Obama at COP26 in front of an image of the globe stands out from the front of the Financial Times, while its main story grapples with the starkly different responses of central banks around the world to the surge in inflation. While the US and UK signal an interest rate rise soon, the Eurozone is resisting any shift in policy, the paper says.

A different kind of business story leads the Daily Star: the “crisis” in supply chains of crisps. The paper reports that Walkers shortages are expected for a month while “chancers” sell packs for £8 on eBay.

And the Sun’s lead story says Katya Jones had a “backstage meltdown” over the low scores awarded by judges to her and Adam Peaty on Strictly Come Dancing, moments before the pair were voted off. Peaty’s mum called it a “fix”, the paper reports.

Metro has the headline “I’m a prime minister – get me out of here”, after Boris Johnson missed yesterday’s debate, while HuffPost UK simply asks: “Have You Seen This Man?”

The online-only Independent highlights quotes from Sir Keir Starmer, accusing the PM of “running scared”

The Guardian also uses a soundbite from the Labour leader, saying Mr Johnson is leading the Tory party “through the sewers”

The paper dedicates the majority of an inside page to listing all the scandals that have affected Mr Johnson’s government – alongside a rating system for how damaging they would be if corruption could be proven, and ideas about how that could be achieved.

The Daily Express – in a rare rebuke – implores the prime minister to apologise for attempting to change the rules on MPs’ disciplinary processes – an action the i newspaper’s policy editor, Jane Merrick, says“would go some way to restoring trust in the Tory party”.

The Daily Mirror has a picture of Boris Johnson on a visit to a hospitalwhile the debate was taking place across its front page, alongside the headline: “No Apology, No Shame, No Respect, and No Mask”.

The paper’s head of politics, Jason Beattie, ponders whether the prime minister’s reputation as a so-called “Teflon politician” may now be damaging his prospects – as “he only became more certain of his infallibility”.

The Daily Mail reports that the former attorney general, Geoffrey Cox, voted remotely in Parliament during lockdown while working in the Caribbean

There is no implication that he broke the rules on MPs having second jobs. 

The Sun, meanwhile, claims that 12 MPs were paid a combined £3.5m for undertaking work outside Westminster over two years.

The Daily Telegraph says that more than 11,500 people have died in the UK after contracting Covid in hospital.

It says the revelation has prompted fresh calls for vaccinations for NHS staff to become compulsory. 

The paper’s leader also weighs in on the subject, criticising the government for leaving it so late to introduce such a policy. 

It says “we should have had this debate in the summer, when the ramifications could have been foreseen and managed, not on the verge of winter”.

The Times accuses China and Saudi Arabia of blocking efforts to reach a deal at the COP26 summit.

It says they are refusing to accept that they must be fully transparent about their greenhouse gas emissions. 

The front pages of the Financial Times and the Scotsman both feature pictures of Barack Obama addressing delegates at the conference in Glasgow, with the latter saying the former president issued a rallying cry to the world to do more to tackle climate change.

The Daily Star leads with a warning that a shortage of Walkers crisps in UK shops could last for at least a month. 

The paper claims the reduced stocks – which the company has blamed on an IT problem – have led to packets being listed for sale online for £8 each.

#AceNewsDesk report ………….Published: Nov.10: 2021:

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