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June.26, 2021: @acenewsservices

Newspaper Headlines: A man who has done more to provide a way out of the pandemic is pilloried by so many papers today after Matt Hancock is accused of breaking rules of social distancing when it was at the time advice …Kindness & LoveX❤️ says are we as a nation and as a world so free of committing mistakes that forgiveness cannot be found OR has the world become so decadent and self effacing that we cannot understand that EVERYONE makes mistakes and NOBODY is perfect but God Amen

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The i weekend front page 26 June 2021
Fallout from pictures of Health Secretary Matt Hancock kissing an aide dominates the front of Saturday’s papers. The i says there is outrage that the “hypocrite” minister has kept his position in Cabinet despite having broken social distancing guidance in May. Prime Minister Boris Johnson has accepted Mr Hancock’s apology and considers the matter closed, Downing Street has said. But bereaved families have called the PM’s failure to sack the health secretary “a slap in the face”, the paper adds.

BBC News:

The CCTV image of the Health Secretary, Matt Hancock – kissing and embracing his aide, Gina Coladangelo – is on most of the front pages.

“How can he cling on?” is the question posed by the Daily Mail. The images that several papers carry of Mr Hancock and Gina Coladangelo – whom he appointed – were first published by the Sun. The Mail notes the fact the pictures of the pair were taken on 6 May and in its words that was “11 days before the ban on hugging was lifted”.

Cabinet ministers have warned that Mr Hancock should be sacked for breaching coronavirus rules if public anger matches the backlash against Dominic Cummings’ trip to Barnard Castle, the Daily Telegraph reports. The paper quotes Conservative MPs as urging the PM to “pull the plug” on Mr Hancock over his “hypocritical” behaviour. Cartoonist Matt makes fun of the incident, picturing a reader saying of the kiss: “That’s not how you take a Covid swab.”

The Times’ headline says that Mr Hancock is “fighting” for his job. A YouGov survey suggests that 49% of voters believed Mr Hancock should resign, with 25% saying he should stay, the paper reports. The paper quotes a government source who said Mr Johnson’s decision to stand by him was a “failure of leadership”. Scientists have warned that the health secretary’s breach of social distancing rules might influence others, the paper adds.

The Daily Mirror uses the picture of the kissing couple across the whole of its front page with the banner headline “Cheat and PM backs him”.

Meanwhile, the Daily Star is providing readers with a cut-out face mask of Mr Hancock, saying it is useful for men who don’t look like Brad Pitt “but fancy a bit of the other with posh totty”. And the paper’s main headline expresses little surprise the health secretary has been backed by the prime minister, whom it says “is no stranger to such shenanigans”.

The Daily Express also leads with Mr Johnson’s support of the “beleaguered” health secretary, despite it causing “anger throughout the nation”.

Labour has said that if the health secretary failed to declare the relationship, Mr Hancock should quit for breaching the ministerial code, the FT Weekend reports. But, the paper adds, Mr Johnson has shown himself willing to defend his ministers and officials “at considerable political cost”. Separately, the paper reports that Spain has rejected Angela Merkel’s plan for an EU-wide quarantine policy for British tourists in a bid to boost tourism this year.

“How can he cling on?” asks the Daily Mail, which says Boris Johnson is facing an “overwhelming clamour” to sack him. 

It says there has been a “furious backlash” after Mr Hancock refused to quit for breaching Covid guidance.

“Boris backs Hancock” is the Daily Express’s main headline, but adds that what it calls Mr Hancock’s “steamy clinch” has caused anger throughout the nation. 

The Daily Telegraph reports that he faces the sack if the affair turns into a ‘Barnard Castle moment’ – a reference to when Mr Johnson’s chief adviser, Dominic Cummings, also breach the guidance.

It says the public’s reaction is likely to determine his fate.

The Times’s front page says the health secretary is “fighting for his job”.

It has the results of a YouGov survey suggesting 49% of voters believe he should resign over the incident, with only 25% wanting him to stay.

Several titles, including the Independent and the i, say a separate poll by Savanta ComRes has found the public wants him to quit by a margin of 58 to 25.

Getty ImagesMatt Hancock was pictured leaving Downing Street with Gina Coladangelo on 1 May

A cartoon in the Times pictures a perspiring Mr Hancock in the Downing Street press room with lipstick on his collar – behind a podium with the slogan “hands, face, bottom”. 

A “cheat and a liar… so PM backs him” is the Daily Mirror’s front-page headline, describing the Hancock revelations as a “scandal”. 

“Hopeless love rat backs hopeless love rat” is the Daily Star’s headline.

Its front page also offers readers a cut-out mask of Mr Hancock’s smiling face. 

It describes this as a “God’s gift to posh women face mask” – for anyone who isn’t Brad Pitt.

The Daily Telegraph reports an urgent investigation has begun into who placed CCTV camera in Matt Hancock’s office.

The paper understands he had no idea the camera was there, with government sources saying it was “unheard of” for cameras to be installed in ministers’ offices.

The Daily Mail says that MI5 is being consulted, with the leak raising the prospect that ministers’ movements and perhaps even the documents they handle could fall into the hands of Britain’s enemies. 

The Telegraph adds that the CCTV cameras used in the Department of Health – made by the Chinese company, Hikvision – are banned in the US because of national security concerns.

The Sun claims the footage came from a “disgusted” whistleblower.

The Times reveals there are plans for an “Eton of the north”.It says the public school has signed an agreement with an academy trust, to open three highly selective state sixth-forms – in deprived northern areas.Simon Henderson, who is Eton’s headmaster, says they will blend its educational philosophy and rigorous curriculum with the ethos and approach of the Star Academies trust, whose schools it says are frequently named among the best in the country for pupil progress.The paper says the precise location of three sixth-forms is yet to be determined, but they will all be in disadvantaged parts of the north or West Midlands, and open from 2024.

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