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#AceDailyNews says here’s todays Newspaper Headlines: In the UK, however, the health secretary is confident that the country is on the right track to avoid going into a lockdown over Christmas, according to the Daily Express. Despite the rise in cases in Europe, Sajid Javid is confident in the vaccine rollout and has encouraged those eligible to get their booster jab, the paper adds but with this number of cases each day on average will have to wait and see below:
Nov.23, 2021: @acenewsservices
BBC News: Staff:
The i takes this one step further, and says ministers are pushing for booster jabs to be offered to all over-18s. It comes as bookings open from Monday for eligible over-40s.
Tory social care warnings: Moving away from Covid, the prime minister has been told that he cannot take the support of Conservative MPs for granted, according to the Guardian. It comes as Boris Johnson faces a rebellion over plans to scale back the social care cap. The government revealed last week that a cap on the cost of care would not take into account expenses paid for by local authorities, meaning tens of thousands of England’s poorest pensioners face paying the same as wealthier people, the paper adds.
Fur farming is the lead story on the Daily Mirror’s front page, as the paper investigates how UK retailers are connected to animal suffering on Finnish fur farms. “Fashion victims” is the headline, accompanied by a photo of what the paper describes as a distressed fox on a farm in Finland. The paper carries a comment from TV vet Dr Marc Abraham who has accused the UK of being “complicit” in scenes witnessed on the fur farms.
The Daily Mail’s focus is on child killer Colin Pitchfork, who was arrested and recalled to prison last week. The paper says it has details of why Pitchfork, who spent 33 years in jail for murdering two teenage girls in the 1980s, returned to prison. According to the paper, he had been approaching teenage women in the street. The case has led to calls for urgent reforms to the Parole Board, the paper adds.
Elsewhere, the Times says that some MPs may have significantly reduced their tax bills by allegedly channelling hundreds of thousands of pounds in private consultancy work through personal companies. Although legal, the paper notes it raises concerns about those in publicly funded positions arranging their finances in such a way.
“PM’s mask slips again” is Metro’s headline as the paper reports on Mr Johnson travelling on a train without a face mask. The paper notes that the incident is reminiscent of Dominic Cummings’ “flouting” of lockdown rules to go to Barnard Castle in April last year. “One law for them,” Metro quips.
Meanwhile, the Financial Times’ lead story centres on China’s hypersonic missile launched during the summer, which caught Pentagon scientists off guard. The paper says the weapon’s purpose remains unclear, but the technology exhibited does not match any previously demonstrated capability. Twice in the summer, the Chinese military launched a rocket into space that circled the globe before speeding towards its target.
And the Daily Star claims that there is disagreement between weather forecasters over what the winter outlook is. The paper says the BBC predicts we are in store for a chilly festive period, while the Met Office reportedly claims it is going to be mild.
The Guardian examines what it sees as the growing likelihood of a backbench rebellion over planned changes to the social care cap in England, which it is argued would disadvantage poorer people. The Daily Mirror says Conservative MPs in the north of England are furious, while the Daily Mail says “dozens are poised to rebel” and urges Boris Johnson to “focus urgently and intensely on the details”.
The Times in its editorial suggests the government is having a “wobble” because the plans aren’t properly funded. The paper warns against clawing back money “from those who most need it”.
‘Rage across Europe’ Many of the papers run pictures of the anti-lockdown violence in Brussels.
The Daily Telegraph calls it “rage in Europe”, triggered by new Covid rules being brought in to try to stem what it calls the “lightning speed” spread of the virus. The Daily Express focuses on its front page on the insistence of Health Secretary Sajid Javid that the rollout of booster jabs in the UK “will save Christmas”.
Writing in the Express, the leading cancer expert, Professor Karol Sikora, expresses doubt that mandatory vaccinations would be accepted here and says the situation would not warrant it. Meanwhile, the i says that ministers are pushing for third doses to be offered to all age groups.
The Times reports that some MPs are being paid for consultancy work through personal companies, which the paper suggests may significantly cut their tax bills. The Times has carried out an investigation which suggests at least 10 MPs have taken on outside work through firms either they or their spouses own.
The practice is legal but one that some critics say should be stopped.
The Daily Mail reports that the reason that the double murderer Colin Pitchfork was recalled to prison was that he was said to have approached teenage girls and young women while taking his daily walks.
A Parole Board source said that two probation officers and the prison psychologist had supported his release. The Daily Mail suggests that Justice Secretary Dominic Raab is looking closely at reforming the Parole Board.
The Financial Times reports that a test this summer by China of a spacecraft that can fire missiles while travelling at least five times the speed of sound is baffling American scientists. The FT says no other country has demonstrated such technology.
And the sacking of the Manchester United’s manager, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, features on many of the front and back pages.
“It’s Ole over!” declares the Daily Star, while the i says the club is in “turmoil” and has no plan B.
Many papers, including the Daily Mirror, suggest that Paris St Germain’s Mauricio Pochettino is the frontrunner to replace him.
But the Sun says United have contacted Leicester City’s manager, Brendan Rogers, and are prepared to pay the Foxes £8m in compensation.
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