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July.05, 2021: @acenewsservices
#AceDailyNews says here is the Newspaper Headlines: As PM ready to reveal unlocking plans, today in readiness for two weeks time as Boris Johnson’s plans for lifting many of the remaining #COVID19 restrictions in England – including making face coverings voluntary – is the lead for several of the papers but some including the The Daily Express also leads with the George Cross news as the NHS is honoured on its 73rd anniversary & the award has triggered calls for Health Secretary Sajid Javid to give NHS staff a pay rise of at least 5%. “Now sort the pay rise they deserve health secretary,” the paper exclaims.
BBC News: Staff:
The Daily Telegraph says it understands that government guidance will still say people should consider wearing a face covering in crowded, enclosed spaces: And the paper says ministers will warn that some shops and public transport services may continue to enforce the wearing of masks. According to the Telegraph, ministers say the control of the pandemic will be handed from the state telling people “what to do” to citizens “taking responsibility”.
But scientific advisers have warned that lifting most of the restrictions later this month will be like building new “variant factories”, the Guardian says: Other changes to be announced include allowing fully vaccinated people to travel to amber-list countries without the need to self-isolate when they return, according to the paper, as well as dropping the need for those who have been double jabbed to self-isolate if they have come into contact with a positive case.
One health expert has called the lifting of all restrictions “absolutely bonkers”, according to the Daily Mirror, as the paper reports that scientists fear it could lead to a deadly spike.
The Times says it has confirmed reports that the policy requiring pupils to stay at home if a child in their bubble tests positive for coronavirus will end: It will also no longer be necessary to scan a QR code when visiting a pub or restaurant. Meanwhile, a prominent pollster has said that “wokeism” and culture wars could become the biggest dividing line in British politics following a study of voter attitudes.
In other news, the NHS will be awarded the George Cross by the Queen for heroism during the pandemic, Metro reports: It is the third time a group has been given the nation’s highest honour for gallantry, the paper adds. “Collectively, over more than seven decades, you have supported the people of our country with courage, compassion and dedication, demonstrating the highest standards of public service,” a handwritten message from the Queen reads.
The i’s lead story centres on ministers pushing for a complete ban on smartphones in all schools by 2022: Some head teachers have voiced concern the ban could infringe on schools’ autonomy. The children’s commissioner has supported a move for “Wi-Fi connectable devices” to be left at home, the paper adds, calling them a “distraction”.
Meanwhile, ride-hailing app Didi has been ordered off China’s app stores by the country’s cyberspace regulator, the Financial Times reports: It comes just days after the Chinese tech giant launched its shares in New York. The Cyberspace Administration of China said that Didi’s app had “problems of seriously violating laws on collecting and using personal information”.
Still revelling in England’s quarter-final win against Ukraine on Saturday, the Sun now looks ahead to the team’s semi-final against Denmark: Best bar none” is the paper’s front page headline. It carries comments from former England player Stuart Pearce who has said the current Three Lions team is better than his Euro 1996 squad.
According to the Daily Telegraph, ministers say this marks the moment when control of the pandemic switches from the state telling people what to do, to the citizen “taking responsibility”.
“Freedom is in your hands now” is the Daily Mail’s headline.
But the Guardian reports that government scientific advisers are concerned such a move would unleash new “variant factories”.
The Daily Express leads with the news that the Queen has awarded the George Cross to the NHS for its work over more than seven decades – and particularly during the pandemic: Now sort the pay rise they deserve” is the paper’s message to new Health Secretary Sajid Javid.
Reuters: That story – accompanied by a picture of nurses – is on the front page of the Daily Mail too, alongside a picture of England footballers celebrating their victory over Ukraine on Saturday night.
The headline: “Our nation of heroes.”
Members of the England squad are widely pictured relaxing in the pool and hot tub at their training camp in Staffordshire following their return from Rome.
And their win has sparked a desperate rush for tickets for Wednesday’s semi-final at Wembley.
The Daily Mirror says they are the hottest tickets since the 1966 World Cup final, with demand exploding.
According to the Express, some are being sold on re-selling websites for more than £1,000.
Britain’s new tennis sensation, Emma Raducanu, is also celebrated.
The Telegraph has a picture of her on its front page as it eagerly awaits her appearance on Court One at Wimbledon today, on what it calls the Manic Monday schedule of fourth round matches.
The Mail says the 18-year-old has been praised for her attitude, composure and a superstar potential that seems certain to earn her a fortune.
EPA: For its main story, the i says ministers are considering a complete ban on smartphones in schools in England next year.
But it adds that some head teachers have objected to the idea as an infringement on their autonomy, while others believe there is a role for phones in schools so teachers can teach young people how to use them responsibly.
But the children’s commissioner for England, Dame Rachel de Souza, tells the paper that phones are a distraction.
“We know that many underage children are accessing things they shouldn’t on the internet,” she says – “and let’s just keep it out of school frankly”.
Finally, a number of papers report that wealthy Russians could face a shortage of French fizz after the Kremlin ruled that only wine produced in Russia could be sold as champagne.
According to the Times, the law means that the French product will have to be sold as “sparkling wine”. It says French suppliers have been surprised by the ruling, with one producer warning that they might refuse to rename their champagne and, in effect, end exports to Russia.
The Telegraph calls it a “bubbly war”
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