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#AceDailyNews says here’s todays Newspaper Headlines: Terror plot’ as `Liverpool Terrorist Police Arrests Four’ after ‘Remembrance Day Bomb Explosion’ outside Women’s Hospital’ just minutes before ‘Two Minutes Silence’ at nearby Cathedral…..Here is Ace report statement from earlier on the incident as an investigation is underway with police and M15 …more soon on this incident ….

Nov.16, 2021: @acenewsservices

The blast took place seconds before the nation fell silent at 11:00 GMT, the Daily Mail adds. According to the paper, the driver of the vehicle has been hailed a hero for reportedly locking the passenger inside the car after spotting the explosives.

The Daily Telegraph front page 15 November 2021
The Daily Telegraph leads with the explosion at Liverpool Women’s Hospital on Sunday, which has led to three arrests under the Terrorism Act. A man – the passenger of the taxi – was killed in the explosion and the male driver of the vehicle is in hospital in a stable condition. The paper adds that several properties were raided by police across the city amid fears of a wider plot. Police, firefighters and bomb disposal experts attended the scene at the hospital. A large image of the car on fire dominates several front pages.

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The Daily Express also carries the reported actions of the driver of the vehicle on its front page. Detectives from Counter Terrorism Police North West said three men aged 29, 26 and 21 have been arrested.

The incident took place near to Liverpool Cathedral which was hosting one of the nation’s largest Remembrance Sunday services, according to the Times, with more than 2,000 people in attendance. Local roads were also closed because of a parade linked to the event, the paper adds.

“Terror probe after taxi blast” is the headline dominating the Daily Mirror, which includes an inset picture of an armed officer in Liverpool on Sunday. There will be an increased and visible police presence on Merseyside streets in the next few days, Chief Constable Serena Kennedy has said.

Several papers also feature photographs taken at the Cenotaph on Sunday, with many opting for a shot of the Duchess of Cambridge in the Queen’s absence. “Health fears for the Queen” is the headline dominating the front of Metro after the monarch cancelled her planned appearance at the Remembrance Sunday service after she sprained her back. Buckingham Palace said the 95-year-old was “disappointed” not to attend the event.

Elsewhere, COP26 president Alok Sharma has said that India and China will have to explain themselves to poor nations after the climate deal was watered down at the weekend, the Guardian reports. Mr Sharma said he had been left deeply frustrated after the countries objected to the commitment to “phase out” coal, instead opting for the less impactful commitment to “phase down” coal.

The Financial Times says that business groups have joined climate activists to express frustration with the watered-down COP26 deal, with criticisms being levelled at national governments for not doing enough to tackle climate change. The paper says global executives have said the deal, which was reached on Saturday night, does not go far enough.

Meanwhile, the i reports that the government will scrap plans for a new high-speed rail link between Leeds and Manchester, and will not go ahead with the HS2 extension from Birmingham. The move has been labelled a blow for “levelling up”, the paper says.

And finally the Daily Star carries a frosty front page as the paper reports that Britain faces an “Icelandic barrage” in the coming days with temperatures expected to plummet to -8C.

Several of the papers focus on the car explosion outside Liverpool Women’s Hospital. 

The Times says security sources have confirmed that detectives are examining whether there was any significance to the timing of the incident just before 11:00 GMT yesterday, and its proximity to Liverpool Cathedral around a mile away, which was hosting one of the country’s largest Remembrance Sunday services. 

According to the Daily Telegraph, there are unconfirmed reports that a cabbie diverted his taxi to the hospital after becoming suspicious about a passenger. 

The Daily Express, the Daily Mirror and the Sun all describe the driver as a hero for his actions.

The Daily Mail says witnesses described hearing a huge bang as the car exploded into a fireball after pulling up outside the hospital. 

Many of the front pages carry a photo of smoke and flames billowing from the vehicle. “Inferno” is the caption in the Mirror.

Pictures of a burning car outside the hospital have been widely shared on social media

According to the Times, the Covid jab booster programme is to be extended to the under-50s. 

It is to try to increase the country’s immunity to coronavirus over the winter and limit the risk of another wave. 

The paper says the Joint Committee on Vaccination and Immunisation is expected to give its approval today – although the precise details of the age groups to be included have yet to be confirmed.

The Guardian has seen what it describes as a “bombshell report”, which suggests people are dying in the back of ambulances in England, and up to 160,000 more a year are coming to harm, because they are stuck outside hospitals unable to be offloaded to A&E. 

It says the data, from the Association of Ambulance Chief Executives, is based on official NHS figures.

A spokesperson for the Department of Health and Social Care told the paper ambulance trusts had been given an extra £55m to help boost staff numbers this winter.

The i claims that ministers are to scrap promises for a new high-speed rail link between Leeds and Manchester, and focus on upgrading existing lines instead. 

It has learned the Birmingham to Leeds extension of High Speed Two will also be abandoned in plans to be announced this week. 

The paper says the move will be a “blow” for “levelling up” – which is likely to “enrage northern leaders”. 

The Daily Telegraph believes the government will also face a backlash from red wall Tory MPs. 

A government source has told the Times there is a view that the benefits of the eastern leg of HS2 would take too long to transpire. 

The Department for Transport told the i it did not comment on speculation.

The Financial Times reports that ministers will this week announce a new £1tn a year export target for the UK by 2030.

But the paper points out that David Cameron pledged in 2012 to hit the same target in 2020 – but overseas sales only hit £689bn before the pandemic hit.

And “Fresh air, anyone?” asks the Guardian, as it reports that the Lake District National Park is considering banning tourist cars in its most popular valleys next summer. 

The Times has also picked up the story, saying the region has struggled with traffic because of the rise in staycation breaks. 

The Daily Telegraph suggests it could be the “end of the road” for cars in the Lakes.

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