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#AceDailyNews says here’s todays Newspaper Headlines: First some really GOOD NEWS ‘ Harper’s Law’ in place for automatic life sentences that will apply to all those convicted of manslaughter as well as murder, says the Daily Express. It says Home Secretary Priti Patel paid tribute to the Harper family – who have campaigned for a law change since PC Andrew Harper’s death in 2019…..Kindness & Love❤️ says wonderful news Amen

Daily Mail 24 November 2021
A new law will make killing a police officer or 999 worker punishable with a mandatory life sentence, the Daily Mail says. The “Harper’s Law” is a victory for the campaigning widow of PC Andrew Harper, who died responding to a burglary, the paper reports. It says Lissie Harper “was left outraged” after three men who caused his death “smirked in the dock” as they were handed sentences as low as 13 years.

Nov.25, 2021: @acenewsservices

Now as usual we come to what could be even better news that The Oxford-AstraZeneca #COVID19 vaccine could offer longer-lasting immunity than other jabs, the Daily Telegraph reports. The paper says AstraZeneca is preparing to release new research on the jab’s impact on T-cell immunity (VITAL TO IMMUNE SYSTEM) protection which it says could continue after antibodies wane. The paper says the development could explain why European countries are suffering a surge in infections yet to strike the UK. But with cases like this below we NEED more proof of this research ….

And finally the Sun reports that the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have banned the BBC from screening their Christmas carol concert, amid fury over the royal documentary, The Princes And The Press, shown on BBC Two on Monday. Instead, the fund raiser, hosted by the Duchess at Westminster Abbey, will be shown on ITV, the paper adds: The paper says both Kensington Palace and the BBC declined to comment. “Wills and Kate bin BBC” is its headline.

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The Metro reports the death of a couple found stabbed at their home at Dragon Rise in Norton Fitzwarren, Somerset. It says their children, aged 5 and 6, slept upstairs during the incident.

The couple, Jennifer Chapple and her husband Stephen, are pictured on their wedding day on the front of the Daily Mirror.

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have “banned the BBC” from broadcasting their Christmas carol concert, the Sun reports. The paper says the decision comes “amid fury over a royal documentary” that explores the relationship between the younger royals and the media.

There is “trouble at the top” according to the i newspaper. It quotes a spokesman for No 10 as saying Boris Johnson “is not unwell” and “has not lost his grip” following weeks of disquiet about the Downing Street operation. MPs tell the paper the PM’s team can show a “ approach to everything”.

Frustration at the Treasury over how recent spending announcements have been handled leads the Guardian. It says sources are calling for a shake-up of Downing Street.

The Times says patients facing long waits for NHS treatment will be moved around the country as part of new plans. It says health chiefs have drawn up the radical proposals to help clear a backlog of millions of people. Another idea will see routine follow-up appointments for outpatients scrapped for a range of illnesses – replaced by “patient-initiated” meetings.

The FT reports that former prime minister David Cameron lobbied a director of Lloyds Banking Group he appointed to the House of Lords to support the finance firm Greensill Finance. The paper says Mr Cameron asked Lord James Lupton to confirm Lloyds would continue to assist Greensill – which went on to collapse. Mr Cameron and Lord Lupton did not respond to requests for comment.

The Daily Star has little sympathy for an Insulate Britain protester who has asked the public to pay his rent while he serves time in prison. “What a joker!” the paper says.

Boris Johnson is pictured on a number of front pages with former prime ministers and the Commons speaker at the funeral of the murdered MP Sir David Amess. 

His recent political difficulties occupy some of the main stories. “Trouble at the Top” is the headline in the i newspaper. It says Mr Johnson sought to “love-bomb” dozens of Conservative MPs at a Downing Street reception last night and shore up their loyalty. But one backbencher tells the paper: “People are fed up with No 10’s approach to everything”.

The Guardian reports that frustrations are growing in the Treasury at No 10’s handling of major political decisions after a series of botched announcements – with sources calling for a shake-up of the operation. 

It says Rishi Sunak’s department is understood to be concerned about the prime minister’s tendency to over-promise, and the fumbled timing of decisions. The paper quotes a spokesman for Mr Johnson as saying: “The prime minister is well. He’s focused on delivering for the public.”

According to the Times, patients facing long waits for treatment will be moved around the country to spare beds under NHS plans to deal with the post-pandemic backlog. 

The paper understands that proposals to be presented by health chiefs to ministers will also include scrapping out-patient follow-up appointments after treatment for a range of illnesses. People would no longer expect regular checks after treatment, but would instead be told to contact doctors only if they had a problem.

The Telegraph says the Army is to leave Canada after 50 years and move its biggest global training base to the Middle East. 

The British Army Training Unit Suffield in Alberta has been in operation since 1972. However – the paper goes on – Defence Secretary Ben Wallace is expected to announce that plans to modernise the army will include developing a training area in Oman. Defence sources tell the Telegraph the shift to the Gulf would enable British forces to position hardware closer to allies such as Ukraine and Bahrain, and to potential adversaries such as Iran.

The Mail and the Express lead on the same story – the introduction of automatic life sentences for anyone in England and Wales who kills an emergency service worker while committing a crime. The Express describes the measure as straightforward justice. It says those who risk their lives for our safety will know that justice is on their side. 

#AceNewsDesk report ………..Published: Nov.25: 2021:

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