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#AceDailyNews says here’s todays U.K. Newspaper Headlines: Let’s bring it home!’ and ‘one game from glory’ in a tale of two viruses one of Football and one of #COVID19 as one will always infect people in one of two ways and will lead either to winning or losing ones self …
July.10, 2021: @acenewsservices
Many of Saturday’s papers look ahead to Sunday’s Euro 2020 final between England and Italy – and report potential changes to self-isolation and certification measures.
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Manager Gareth Southgate is calling on the nation “to feel the pride of its history as his England team face their ultimate test” says the Telegraph. It says Southgate is summoning “the warrior spirit of generations past”. The paper quotes the manager as saying inclusivity is really important as it reflects modern England, as he hailed the country’s history as proving the nation has held firm against the odds.
“Our courage, pride, decency” is the Daily Express’ headline. It describes Southgate’s words as a “rallying cry… igniting a sense of pride”.
England is “one game from glory” says the i Weekend. The paper says history is calling on the young team to win their first European Championship trophy – but it adds that “win or lose, [the] nation salutes players who have won over [the] public with skill, bravery and humility”.
Southgate’s words are also a rallying cry for the Mirror as it notes the manager’s pride in England’s history, decency and strength in adversity.
Elsewhere, the Times reports that the government is considering the use of Covid certification in the hospitality sector as part of plans for a fourth wave of infections in the autumn. The move would require venues to seek proof of two jabs or negative test and the paper says some in government believe it could also encourage younger people to get vaccinated.
NHS workers could be exempted from self-isolation rules, according to the FT Weekend’s lead story. The paper says that soaring numbers of health service staff are isolating as cases in the community rise. The paper says Downing Street confirmed NHS staff may not have to self-isolate when in close contact with a positive case.
The Guardian leads on mounting pressure facing the Metropolitan Police over its investigations into Wayne Couzens, the killer of Sarah Everard, who was snatched from a London street in March. The paper says Couzens had been accused of indecent exposure three times before her death.
There’s an apology to Italy on the front page of the Daily Star. The paper says it hopes its main image of a pizza topped with pineapple slices won’t offend Italians and put them off their game ahead of Sunday’s Euro 2020 final.
The Times says that, from the autumn, customers of bars, restaurants and nightclubs in England will have to prove they’ve had two doses of a Covid-19 vaccination – or a recent negative test – before they can enter.
The paper says the move is part of plans to increase vaccination rates among young people.
A government source tells the Times: “If we can show real benefits of getting vaccinated in terms of everyday life, then it could be quite a useful tool.”
The FT leads on the suggestion that NHS workers who’ve had two doses of a Covid vaccination could be let off self-isolation. The Daily Mail praises the idea and asks: “Why not extend it to all the double jabbed?”
The Sun and the Guardian say the Metropolitan Police is being accused of failing to realise the threat posed to women by Wayne Couzens, the officer who pleaded guilty on Friday to murdering Sarah Everard, hours after finishing a shift in March.
The Guardian says there’s pressure on the police to review their internal investigations because Couzens could have been identified as a sex offender as early as 2015.
The Sun says the Met let Sarah down and notes that colleagues in a previous job used to nickname Couzens “the rapist,” because he gave women the creeps. The gross incompetence of the Met Police, it argues, shames Dame Cressida Dick’s force yet again.
‘Bring it home’
The rest of the front pages are dominated by England’s Euro 2020 final against Italy – not tonight, but tomorrow.
“Let’s bring it back home Harry,” is the Mail’s headline, between images of a triumphant captain Harry Kane after the semi-final and his predecessor Bobby Moore, holding the World Cup trophy aloft, 55 years ago.
The Daily Telegraph is one of many papers to lead with a rousing message from the England manager Gareth Southgate, who it says has summoned the warrior spirit of generations past. The Daily Express says he praised the nation’s core values, of courage, pride and decency. The Daily Mirror says he’s fired up the Lions by imploring them to “Do it for England.””One game from glory,” is the headline on the i-newspaper, nestled among headshots of the 26 members of the England squad and their manager. “Come on England!” cries the Daily Star, as it taunts Italians with a photograph of pineapple on a pizza.
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