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June.28, 2021: @acenewsservices
#AceDailyNews says still Newspaper Headlines: Cannot leave what they call a ‘Good Story’ alone picking at it like a scab on the media skin and many lead with …..PM faces Hancock questions but manage to rise to the new health secretary Sajid Javid and his push for the jab but meanwhile back in the mire the media reports that Mr Hancock is facing calls to be stripped of a £16,000 pay out he is set to receive after resigning – a sum Labour labels “disgusting” but like an honourable man that he is he refuses to take it ….
BBC News: Staff:
Metro says that Mr Hancock has been reported to the police over his breach of social distancing guidance when he kissed Ms Coladangelo. Labour MP Fleur Anderson has asked the Metropolitan Police to investigate, the paper reports. Families of coronavirus victims have backed calls for a prosecution, Metro adds.
Frustration over Mr Hancock’s actions is having a nationwide impact, according to the Daily Express. “Britain’s Covid resolve put to the test,” is the paper’s headline. The Express says experts are worried that the former health secretary’s actions could open the “floodgates” to mass rule-breaking before 19 July – the date when the final lockdown restrictions in England could lift.
One man who is keen to end lockdown “as soon as possible” is Mr Hancock’s replacement, Sajid Javid. On his first full day as the newly-appointed health secretary, Mr Javid said returning to normal quickly was his “most immediate priority”. The Telegraph quotes a source close to Mr Javid who says he will be “extremely reluctant” to back an extension to restrictions. Separately, the paper reports that the defence secretary and the UK’s six most senior military commanders are self-isolating after the head of the armed forces tested positive for coronavirus.
The i leads with news that the Department of Health will look at how footage of Mr Hancock embracing Ms Coladangelo came to be leaked. Officials want the camera that caught Mr Hancock to be taped up and deactivated before Mr Javid arrives, the paper adds. Jeremy Hunt, the former health secretary who is now chairman of the Commons health committee, said it was “completely unacceptable” to film ministers inside offices without them knowing.
A day after its sister Sunday paper quoted a friend of Mr Hancock saying that the former health secretary’s romantic relationship with Ms Coladangelo only started last month, the Daily Mail’s front page asks the question “Did affair with aide start a year ago?”. Its lead story, however, is headlined “Lost children of lockdown” and reports that nearly 100,000 pupils did not return to full-time education when their schools reopened.
The Financial Times leads with news that the Financial Conduct Authority has told Binance, one of the world’s largest cryptocurrency exchanges, to stop all regulated activities in Britain. The paper says the move is a sign of how regulators are cracking down on the cryptocurrency industry amid concerns over its potential role in illicit activities.
Elsewhere, the Times reports that Priti Patel will introduce new laws which will allow the government to create an off-shore immigration processing centre for asylum seekers. The home secretary is due to begin talks with Denmark over sharing a centre in Africa, the paper adds. And the lead image on the front page is of seven-time Wimbledon women’s singles champion Serena Williams on the eve of the championships.
Finally, the Daily Star says someone from the Ministry of Defence left classified papers about a British destroyer and troop movements in Afghanistan at a bus stop. “You stupid boy” is the headline dominating the front page, accompanied by images of Dad’s Army characters Pike and Captain Mainwaring.
The Daily Mirror and the Sun report that Matt Hancock is facing questions about taking his aide, Gina Coladangelo, whom he was filmed kissing, to a G7 meeting in Oxford which involved an overnight stay in a luxury hotel paid for by the taxpayer.
Labour leader Sir Keir Starmer is quoted as saying the resignation is far from the end of the matter.
The Times says the Conservatives fear that the prime minister’s “loyalty to Mr Hancock will do damage”.
One minister tells the paper it was not a good idea for Boris Johnson to suggest Mr Hancock could “return to front line politics”.
PA MediaFormer health Secretary Matt Hancock with adviser Gina Coladangelo
It says when it comes to matters of the heart, or trousers, Mr Johnson always seems to hedge his bets.
The Daily Express believes “Britain’s Covid resolve has been put to the test” by Mr Hancock’s behaviour.
His rule breaking has, according to the paper, fuelled the “frustration of a nation” and experts have warned the flood gates could be opened for “mass rule-breaking before the country is officially set free on July 19.
And so to his successor, Sajid Javid: The Financial Times says the return of such a heavyweight is a potential boost for a cabinet struggling to appear in control of its agenda.
Reuters: But then the paper sets out the daunting tasks on Mr Javid’s to do list – from grappling with restrictions and restiveness about foreign travel to persuading the prime minister and chancellor to fund social care reform.
He says with all the challenges the new health secretary faces, he should be greeted with a sign in his office saying “welcome to hell”.
The Daily Mail leads with a report that almost 100,000 children have failed to return to education full time after schools reopened their doors.
It says research by the Centre for Social Justice found the figure for those who spend more time off school more than actually in their lessons has rocketed by more than 50% compared with the year before.
The paper’s headline describes them as the “lost children of lockdown”.
The Times reports that more than 60,000 trees planted as a “magnificent and enduring celebration of the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee” could be chopped down to make way for houses. The trees were planted in 2012 on Ministry of Defence land in Lincolnshire now earmarked for development.The final tree at the site was an oak planted by the Princess Royal – it is unclear if that will avoid the chop.
And the Daily Telegraph says Mr Hancock finally resigned on Saturday night after being told that 80 Tory MPs – more than a quarter of the parliamentary party – had complained to the whips office about his failure to step down.
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