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#AceDailyNews says here’s todays Newspaper Headlines: Many years ago l was told this ‘If you cannot say anything GOOD about a person then DO NOT speak well today the MEDIA seems hell bent on the first part but SADLY lacking in the second as insult upon on insult heaped on Boris Johnson …over PM’s Peppa Pig speech ‘stokes Tory anger’ after he was spotted enjoying a visit to Hampshire’s Peppa Pig World with wife Carrie and son Wilfred this weekend as Tuesday’s papers are quick to pick up on the Peppa Pig theme in Boris Johnson’s speech to business leaders ” A Pork Pie Short of a Picnic” is how the Daily Star sums up the prime minister’s performance.

The Guardian 23 November 2021
Boris Johnson’s “competence and drive” are topics of concern for Tory MPs after the PM delivered a “rambling speech” to business leaders, says the Guardian. The paper quotes several Conservative MPs as casting doubt on Mr Johnson’s ability to lead the party after what one former cabinet minister describes as a “pretty bad” fortnight. Mr Johnson is pictured smiling on a water ride at the Peppa Pig World theme park – which he heaped praise on during a lengthy tangent during the speech to the CBI group.

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Mr Johnson made a “Peppa Pig’s ear” of the speech at the Port of Tyne, according to the Metro. The paper likens the PM’s address to the disastrous 2017 conference speech delivered by his predecessor Theresa May – which saw her struggle through a violent cough, falling signage, and the delivery of a mock P45.

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The Daily Star says the PM “loses plot in making pig point” adding that Mr Johnson “compares self to Moses on climate”. The paper asks “could someone at No 10 please check on Bozo Johnson?” It adds: “We’re a bit concerned after the PM gave his oddest speech yet.” Its headline verdict? “A pork pie short of a picnic”.

Mr Johnson is facing pressure to shake up his Downing Street team after the CBI speech. One business group said the speech was “lacking in strategy and just not good enough” – and the paper says it has “stoked fears” among Tory MPs that No 10 “is not strong enough”. The paper also reports on the collapse of energy supplier Bulb which entered a special administration on Monday.

The Daily Telegraph says Brexit minister Lord Frost has warned Britain cannot carry on as it did before leaving the EU – and must cut taxes and reduce regulation. It says his intervention “came amid growing reports of concerns over drift in No 10”. Elsewhere, the paper says Palace insiders have expressed concerns over a BBC documentary on the relationship between younger royals and the media.

There is growing anger over the number of people crossing the English Channel, reports the Daily Express. It quotes Tory MP Sir Edward Leigh as describing migrant crossings as a “national emergency”.

The Daily Mail says in an exclusive story that the Parole Board will face a “major shake-up” to enhance public safety. The paper says Justice Secretary Dominic Raab wants the board to focus more on “potential dangers” following the recall of child killer Colin Pitchfork last week – after being released on parole in September.

The woman tasked with securing millions of vaccine doses for the UK during the height of the pandemic has said the country is being “put at risk” by “groupthink” in the civil service, The Times reports. Kate Bingham has issued what the paper says is an “outspoken attack” on skills and experience of science in Whitehall and a failure to “weed out poor performers”.

The Guardian pictures a smiling Mr Johnson, wearing a beanie, on a ride at Peppa Pig World. It describes his address as “rambling” and says he’s losing the confidence of the Tory party. 

According to the Financial Times there are calls from senior Tories to shake up the Downing Street team. And The Times says the speech – combined with the rebellion over social care – prompted one government source to express concern about “stumble after stumble” – warning, “people are sharpening their knives”.

The Telegraph is more sympathetic towards Mr Johnson. It says that even if he lost his way in the speech, he was characteristically colourful – using Peppa Pig as an example of how a seemingly unprepossessing idea can become a global commercial success. 

It argues his political appeal derives from his ability to connect with ordinary people using parallels they can understand. The Daily Mail’s city editor, Alex Brummer, thinks that “by invoking Peppa as a great British export, Mr Johnson was seeking to reinvigorate his reputation as a supporter of private enterprise”.

The Times lead is based on an article written for the paper by the woman who led the Covid vaccine taskforce, Kate Bingham. 

She claims the country would have faced months of delays in getting jabs if it had been up to the normal machinery of government. She says there’s a “devastating lack of skills in science and industry” although she does praise the intelligence and work ethic of individual civil servants. 

The paper thinks her remarks echo criticisms made by Mr Johnson’s former chief adviser, Dominic Cummings.

According to the Mail’s lead, the Parole Board in England and Wales is facing a major shake-up – prompted by the widespread fury about the release of the child-killer, Colin Pitchfork. It says the Justice Secretary Dominic Raab wants the board to focus far more on the potential dangers before it decides to free murderers and rapists.

The i paper’s front page suggests people “Take a Covid Test Before Christmas Shopping”

It is based on changes to Cabinet Office guidelines which call for the public in England to use a rapid lateral flow before heading to high-risk settings. Separately, the paper carries a poll which suggests that nearly half of UK adults support an indefinite lockdown for unvaccinated people.

The decision by the Brit Awards to scrap male and female categories is the Sun’s lead. It pictures Adele and Ed Sheeran, who it says will have to go head-to-head. The organisers argue the categories will now celebrate artists solely for their music. 

And the Daily Mirror has the story of a retired decorator who’s turned the interior of his council house into a Renaissance masterpiece, after buying an old book about Michelangelo’s Sistine Chapel. 

Photos show how he’s transformed the walls and ceilings of the three-bed property in Brighton with colourful frescoes and paintings. “Home is where the art is,” says the Mirror’s headline.

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