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#AceDailyNews says here’s todays Newspaper Headlines: PM is facing pressure on social care: According to the Observer, Mr Johnson has been urged by Conservative backbenchers to scrap plans which would see some of England’s poorest pensioners paying more for care………..The paper says the PM is facing a “potentially damaging” Commons rebellion from his own party.

The Sunday Telegraph front page 21 November 2021
The Sunday Telegraph continues the paper’s coverage of the “migrant crisis”. The prime minister has reportedly been warned by members of his own party that English Channel crossings by migrants in small boats could “destroy” the Conservatives. Boris Johnson has been accused of edging to the centre ground, similar to former Conservative PM David Cameron, the paper notes. One party donor, who the Telegraph is not naming, is quoted as saying: “When you move to the centre, you open up a gap in your right flank and somebody comes in and sets up there. You can’t get a majority there.”

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Meanwhile, the main image dominating the front page is of protesters in Vienna who are opposed to the Austrian government’s lockdown measures.

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Turning to the UK’s handling of the pandemic, the Sunday Times reports that Health Secretary Sajid Javid has ordered a review into racial bias in medical devices over fears that thousands of ethnic minority patients died of Covid when they should have survived. Oximeters, which monitor blood oxygen levels, are less accurate on people with dark skin, the paper says research has shown. Writing in the Sunday Times, Mr Javid said: “One of the founding principles of our NHS is equality, and the possibility that a bias – even an inadvertent one – could lead to a poorer health outcome is totally unacceptable.”

“Bare-faced cheek of Boris” is the Sunday Mirror’s headline, accompanied by a photograph of the prime minister appearing to be on a crowded train without a mask. The paper says the picture was taken on Thursday – just hours after he apologised for failing to wear a face covering in a hospital.

Despite the criticism being levelled at the prime minister, the Sunday Express says Mr Johnson still has the support of “loyal” red wall Tory MPs, who think he is the “winner” they need to lead them into the next election. Although they hint that the issue – of people crossing the Channel in small boats – needs addressing.

Meanwhile, the Mail on Sunday claims that members of the Royal Family are “at war” with the BBC over a documentary due to be broadcast on Monday, which the paper says has been condemned as “tittle-tattle” by a senior royal source. The Queen, Prince of Wales and the Duke of Cambridge, the paper says, are “furious” that the BBC has reportedly not shown the programme – The Princes and the Press – to Buckingham Palace officials before it airs.

Elsewhere, the Sunday People carries on its front page an appeal from a teenager who has a rare kidney disease. William Verden, 16, and his family are asking doctors to continue his treatment after medics recommended he receive palliative care instead, according to the paper.

And the Daily Star Sunday says low salt reserves and a shortage of gritter drivers this winter does not bode well for Britain’s roads, as snow is reportedly due to fall later this week.

A poll for the paper suggests 77% of the party’s voters believe the Tories’ approach has been “too soft”. 

The issue of record numbers of migrants crossing the English Channel risks putting the Conservatives “in peril”, warns the Sunday Telegraph.…….More than 24,000 migrants have reached the UK so far this year, nearly treble the total for 2020. ………….The Sunday Telegraph quotes an unnamed prominent party donor saying that immigration could “destroy” them.

The Observer focuses on another predicament for the prime minister – suggesting Boris Johnson has been told to dump his plan for care charges or face a Tory rebellion. 

The paper says he could be forced into making a “humiliating U-turn”. 

The government has updated its plans in a way which means the financial help poorer people in England receive towards their care will not count towards a new £86,000 cap on costs.

A group of people thought to be migrants are rescued off the coast of Folkestone, Kent, by a Border Force vessel

A new photo of Mr Johnson on a crowded train – without a face-covering – appears on the cover of the Sunday Mirror, under the headline “bare-faced cheek of Boris”.

The paper laments that the prime minister was maskless while the “pandemic’s still raging”. 

Its opinion column argues that “we need a leader we can look towards, who shows us the right thing to do”.

But the Sunday Express disagrees, declaring that: “Boris is still a winner.” 

It says despite what it calls a “disastrous fortnight”, loyal red wall Tory MPs are still backing Mr Johnson to lead them into the next election.

Health Secretary Sajid Javid: Turning to the UK’s handling of the pandemic, the Sunday Times reportsthat Health Secretary Sajid Javid has ordered a review of racial bias in medical devices because of concerns that thousands of ethnic minority patients died of Covid when they could have survived.

Research suggests oximeters, which are clipped to a person’s finger, can overstate the level of oxygen in the blood of people from some ethnic groups. 

A study found that 12% of black patients who were given a safe reading were actually in the dangerous range.

Writing in paper Mr Javid said: “One of the founding principles of our NHS is equality, and the possibility that a bias – even an inadvertent one – could lead to a poorer health outcome is totally unacceptable.”

The Mail on Sunday claims that members of the Royal Family are “at war” with the BBC over a documentary due to be broadcast tomorrow. 

The Mail says the Queen, the Prince of Wales and the Duke of Cambridge are “furious” that the BBC has reportedly not shown the programme – The Princes and the Press – to Buckingham Palace officials before it airs.

And the Daily Star Sunday says low salt reserves and a shortage of gritter drivers this winter does not bode well for Britain’s roads. Snow is reportedly due to fall later this week.

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