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#AceDailyNews says here’s todays Newspaper Headlines: Sharma ‘sorry’ as India and China ‘thwart’ #COPOUT26 deal with just one word phased DOWN not phased OUT that of course leads its use in two of the LARGEST economies in the world as the media says today the last-minute watering down of the UN climate deal is called a “coal climbdown” by the Sunday Telegraph meanwhile The Observer adds that pledges on emissions cuts at the summit fell short of those needed to limit temperatures to 1.5C, according to scientific experts, as countries have agreed to return to talks next year ….more soon folks …

The Sunday Times front page 14 November 2021
The last-minute deal reached in Glasgow at COP26 features on several front pages and is the lead story for the Sunday Times. The paper says India and China thwarted a United Nations deal to end the use of coal power. The paper’s lead image is of an emotional Alok Sharma, president of COP26, who apologised to delegates on Saturday for the way the late change was made. Rather than a pledge to accelerate the “phase-out” of coal power, the term was watered down to “phase-down”. This, the paper notes, lessens the urgency with which nations should aim to reduce the use of coal.

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Meanwhile, the lead story for the paper centres on allegations from previously unpublished extracts from Jennifer Arcuri’s diary: The American businesswoman, who claims she and Boris Johnson had an intimate relationship while he was mayor of London, said Mr Johnson overruled the advice of staff to promote her business interests and win her affections, according to the paper. A government spokesperson told the paper that Mr Johnson “followed all the legal requirements in the Greater London Assembly’s [sic] code of conduct at the time”.

Writing for the Sunday Telegraph, Foreign Secretary Liz Truss has told Vladimir Putin that he must end the “shameful manufactured migrant crisis” reaching Europe’s eastern borders. It comes amid an escalating migrant crisis at the Polish-Belarusian border. Ms Truss has said Russia has a “clear responsibility” to end Belarus’s attempt to use “desperate migrants as pawns” to destabilise the region, the paper reports.

Turning to the UK’s borders, the Mail on Sunday says the outgoing head of Border Force has described “bloody borders” as “just such a pain in the bloody a***”. Paul Lincoln allegedly made the remarks during a speech to mark his departure as director general of Border Force. More than 23,500 people have crossed the Channel so far this year, the paper notes.

The Sunday Mirror alleges on its front page that Conservative MP Richard Fuller has received more than £700,000 from work outside his parliamentary role, with a large chunk allegedly coming from a firm which the paper reports invests in spy technology in China. The Mirror carries a quote from Labour which has said the so-called sleaze scandal “gets worse by the day”.

Meanwhile, the Sunday People says that the Duchess of Sussex’s sister, Samantha, is in talks with lawyers and wants to sue the royal.

Elsewhere, the Sunday Express reports that the PM has pledged £50m to find a cure for motor neurone disease. Mr Johnson has reportedly said he will “throw the full weight of government” behind a new mission to find a cure, spearheaded by British scientists, according to the paper.

And the Daily Star Sunday says that mythical creature Bigfoot has been detected in Cannock Chase, Staffordshire, with a footprint and claw marks allegedly found.

Greenpeace tells the Sunday Express that “they changed a word but they can’t change the signal … that the era of coal is ending”.

The Observer suggests the summit has kept the goal of limiting global heating to 1.5C within reach.

The Scottish Mail on Sunday is very upbeat, hailing it as the “most ambitious deal ever seen”.

The climate summit is not front page news for most of the tabloids, with the Sunday Mirror focusing on the four jobs which it says the Conservative MP, Richard Fuller, has outside the Commons. 

The papers says one of the roles is with a firm which invested in Chinese surveillance technology.

The Mirror points out that no rules have been broken. Mr Fuller does not comment.

The Observer says it has seen extracts from a diary kept by Boris Johnson’s former lover, Jennifer Arcuri, which suggest he offered to be the “throttle” in the American businesswoman’s career while he was the mayor of London.

The paper claims the details could be used to reopen an inquiry into his conduct. 

A government spokesperson insists he followed all the legal requirements at the time.

Transport Secretary Grant Shapps is described as the “minister for private jets” in the Sunday Times, which reports that he set up a unit which has opposed government plans to build on private airfields.

The paper says the unit has succeeded in blocking a housing development on one airfield, as well as plans for a factory on another that was recently used by Mr Shapps, who owns his own plane.

Government sources said the unit was an advisory team, not a lobbying group.

Finally, according to the Sunday Mirror, a type of salamander is becoming popular on children’s Christmas lists, thanks to its appearance in the videogame, Minecraft. 

Although the axolotl may look photogenic, the paper warns it doesn’t do much, except breed and carry disease. 

Experts fear owners may soon tire of their new amphibians and dump them in rivers where they could endanger wildlife.

Finally, according to the Sunday Mirror, a type of salamander is becoming popular on children’s Christmas wish lists, thanks to its appearance in the videogame, Minecraft. 

Although the axolotl may look photogenic, the paper warns it does not do much, except breed and carry disease. 

Experts fear owners may soon tire of their new amphibians and dump them in rivers where they could endanger wildlife.

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