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#AceDailyNews says here’s todays Newspaper Headlines: The Guardian reports that the Taliban says it will allow more departures from Afghanistan amid “escalating tensions and bloodshed” on the streets of Kabul: The militant group has assured Boris Johnson and other world leaders that foreign nationals and those with authorisation to leave will be allowed to do so more to come ….

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Once again the crisis in Afghanistan features prominently on most front pages. “Terror threat ‘worst in years'” is the headline on the Times as it reports that Prime Minister Boris Johnson has offered to recognise the Taliban if they prevent attacks. The paper says that former Army commanders, diplomats and MPs are warning that the UK is significantly less safe following the militant group’s takeover of Kabul.

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The Daily Telegraph reports that Afghan commandos could fight for the UK in the same way as the Gurkhas, under proposals put to ministers. It says hundreds of special forces personnel have arrived here after being trained by British troops in Afghanistan. Its front page also carries a picture of US President Joe Biden standing in front of the coffin of one of the 13 American troops killed in the terror attack at Kabul airport last week.

The i says “British troops arrive home – but war goes on”. It reports on a US drone strike in Kabul which targeted a vehicle Pentagon officials claim was about to launch a suicide attack. The paper also says recriminations have begun with accusations that the UK government was “asleep on watch”.

“Home Safe” declares the Daily Express, as it carries a picture of UK troops getting off an aircraft at RAF Brize Norton in Oxfordshire. It quotes the prime minister telling families of fallen heroes that their “suffering was not in vain”.

The Financial Times also reports on the drone strike, which it says the US military described as a “self-defence” air strike. The paper reports that the US and its European allies have promised to help people left behind in Afghanistan after Tuesday’s withdrawal deadline. Elsewhere it reports on a lawsuit against cruise company Carnival for not taking measures against Covid after an outbreak on one of its ships.

The Daily Mail says that in some parts of the country fewer than half of patients see their GPs face-to-face, with the rest having phone consultations. As the NHS struggles to deal with the backlog from Covid in some areas, one in 10 people are having to wait three weeks for an appointment, it says.

The Daily Mirror focuses on the Covid pandemic and fears the government has not done enough to prevent a surge in infections when children return to school. Teaching unions say the “watchwords” must be “ventilation, vaccines and vigilance” when pupils go back to class, it reports.

And the Daily Star leads on a story that “idiot flakes” want to cancel children’s cartoon Paw Patrol for brainwashing children into liking police officers. “You paw deluded fools” is the headline.

“Home safe,” declares the Daily Express, as it leads on the final British troops returning to RAF Brize Norton following what it calls “20 years of sacrifice” in Afghanistan. 

The i has a similar front page, but it warns the “war goes on”, in a reference to the US drone attack on Kabul. 

There are also fears for those left behind. Whitehall sources have told the Guardian that up to 9,000 people with links to the UK have been unable to get out of Kabul. They will now be expected to get to Pakistan, Tajikistan or Uzbekistan if they want to move to Britain.

“Afghan commandos could fight for Britain like Gurkhas,” is the Daily Telegraph’s main headline. 

The proposal – from senior Conservatives and a former head of the Army – is reportedly set to be studied in detail by ministers as attention turns to the resettlement of thousands of Afghans who have arrived in the UK in the past fortnight. 

The Telegraph also reveals the crucial role Afghan special forces played in Britain’s Kabul evacuation – with troops sent undercover into the crowd outside the airport to identify those eligible to come here. 

The Daily Mail leads on what it calls the “shock rise” in virtual GP appointments in England. 

In a quarter of local health trust areas, less than half of all consultations took place in a surgery. Before the pandemic, 80% of all appointments were in person. The Department of Health and Social Care says virtual appointments provide “flexibility and convenience” for patients.

The debate continues to rage over whether the UK should be vaccinating all children under the age of 16 against coronavirus. The Sun reports that the prime minister is growing frustrated with scientists for not clearing jabs for 12 to 15-year-olds – but they have vowed not to be “bounced” into a decision. The Daily Mirror says this current strategy could be about to experience its “biggest test” in the coming days, with 10 million pupils set to return to the classroom. There are fears this could lead to a spike in cases, with the National Education Union insisting the watchwords for the new term should be “ventilation, vaccines and vigilance”.

A new study suggests replacing salt with a substitute containing less sodium and added potassium could prevent thousands of strokes and heart attacks in Britain. The Times reports that the products are already on supermarket shelves and had already been linked to lower blood pressure. This research – published in the New England Journal of Medicine – is the first to show a clear link with reduced rates of heart attacks and strokes.

He showed off his dance moves in an Aberdeen nightclubAnd finally the Daily Mail reports on a different kind of “party politics” as it features pictures of Michael Gove enjoying a trip to a nightclub in Aberdeen: The online edition of the Daily Mirror says he “flailed wildly along to heavy techno beats”, during a night out that lasted until 02:30 in the morning.The manager of the club told Daily Record that Mr Gove attempted to avoid paying the £5 entry fee – telling staff that he was the Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster. The Sun suggests his new cabinet title should be “Minister for Sound”. “

#AceNewsDesk report ………Published: Aug.31: 2021:

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