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#AceDailyNews says here’s todays Newspaper Headlines: “Oil’s well that ends well,” is the Daily Star’s take on the purchase of Newcastle United Football Club by a Saudi-led consortium & Now for the flu war” is the Daily Mirror’s take on the same story, as the paper says the NHS is preparing to vaccinate 35 million people against influenza. The paper quotes England’s deputy chief medical officer Prof Jonathan Van-Tam saying: “Defend yourselves.” more soon folks ……

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The Daily Telegraph is among the papers reporting that lack of immunity due to the prolonged restrictions on social contact could lead to a particularly deadly flu season this winter. The paper says officials fear there could be 60,000 deaths – the worst toll since 1968 – unless there is a strong uptake of flu vaccines.

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Another winter concern dominates the front page of the Daily Mail, as the paper’s headline warns: “Here comes your £2,000 energy bill”. Soaring gas prices have led energy analysts to warn that the current price cap could have to rise by as much as £800 in the spring.

Metro brands it the “new c-c-cold war” as the paper focuses on the role of Vladimir Putin. It says the Russian president is accused of using his “stranglehold” over European natural gas supplies as a political weapon – allowing prices to soar and promising to increase supply if nations agree to him building a new pipeline.Price rises elsewhere in the market give the Daily Express its lead story, as the paper warns that inflation could increase to 5%, leaving families struggling with higher prices this Christmas. The paper says the Bank of England is warning about “greater than expected” inflation in the coming months due to supply chain problems.”Knickers down and sausages up” is the Daily Star’s mischievous take on the supply chain issues – as the paper asks, “What are we running out of today, folks?”

It says pork prices are set to rise and a “pants crisis looms” due to a shortage of underwear supplies.The Financial Times offers a more sober assessment of the concerns over price rises: “Central bankers voice inflation fears.” The paper says the European Central Bank shares the worries of the Bank of England, with both warning that high levels of inflation may last longer than previously thought.

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The pandemic is the focus of the Guardian’s lead story, which has unearthed details of a 2016 exercise aimed at preparing for an outbreak of Middle East Respiratory Syndrome – which is caused by a virus similar to the current coronavirus. The paper says it exposed the need for stockpiles of protective equipment, a contact tracing system and screening for travellers, but it quotes campaigners saying politicians and the NHS failed to act.”

“Travel opens up for winter sun” says the i newspaper, as it reports on the latest changes to the international travel rules. The paper says the red list of destinations requiring hotel quarantine is now just seven countries, with popular destinations such as Thailand, South Africa and Mexico being removed.Finally, the Times reports that travellers will no longer be required to take expensive PCR tests for foreign travel in time for half-term – saving up to £200 for a family holiday. Instead, the tests two days after returning to Britain will be replaced by cheaper lateral flow tests, with passengers taking a photo to prove their negative result.

The Daily Mirror suggests the £305m deal will make just a “small dent” in the fortune of Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman.

The local paper, the Chronicle, hails the change of ownership from Mike Ashley. Its back page has mocked up an image of the billionaire heading through an exit door under the headline “the end”. 

The Guardian, however, does not pull any punches in its condemnation of the deal, using quotes from the organisation founded by the murdered journalist Jamal Khashoggi, which accuses Newcastle of selling its “name and reputation” to a “brutal government run by a brutal ruler”.

The Times reports that costly Covid PCR tests are to be ditched for holidaymakers returning to England in favour of cheaper lateral flow devices. 

Government sources say the change will come into force ahead of the October half-term holidays, and could save families £200.

A plan to get travellers to film themselves taking a test was abandoned after a “backlash” from the travel industry. There is plenty of focus on the energy crisis amid increasing concern about Russian President Vladimir Putin’s stranglehold over Europe’s gas supplies.

Industry experts say the unprecedented spike in the cost of wholesale gas could push the existing energy price cap of £1,277 pounds up by as much as £800 in April. 

In written responses to the Commons Treasury Select Committee, Huw Pill says “the current strength of inflation looks set to prove more long-lasting than originally anticipated”. 

The Daily Express reports that inflation could “rocket to five percent” – with millions of Britons set for tough times in the run-up to Christmas.

The i newspaper says the screenwriter, Russell T Davies, has called the new culture secretary, Nadine Dorries, an “idiot” for her comments about the BBC. 

Since taking office, Ms Dorries has questioned whether the corporation will still exist in 10 years, and said the organisation needs to be “less elitist and snobbish”.

A government source has said “personal and deeply unpleasant” attacks do not reflect well on the corporation. 

The BBC said Mr Davies was not a member of staff and his comments were “clearly personal views”. 

And finally, the Sun reports that St Michael’s church in Bournemouth has rebranded itself “St Mike’s”.

Vicar Rev Sarah Yetman said the change was part of attempts to make the church “attractive and engaging” to younger people. 

The rebrand, which includes a new on-site coffee bar, will take effect from December. 

A source has described the move as ridiculous: “What’s next – St Dave’s? St Pete’s?” The Sun also appears unconvinced, suggesting the church is “taking the Michael”. 

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