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#AceDailyNews says here’s todays Newspaper Headlines: Several front pages focus on what Metro calls the “Whitehall war of words” between the business secretary and the Treasury over government support for firms struggling with record gas prices but really it is across Europe and not just U.K and this is just the opposition have an axe to grind and they have a party with an increased majority and so they have a head to use as Boris chooses to have a holiday with a peer in Marbella ….more soon folks

The i front page 11 October 2021
Beneath the headline “Gas price clash over bailout for factories” the i reports that factories could close in days as energy prices soar, risking “permanent damage” to the steel industry. Business Secretary Kwasi Kwarteng failed to guarantee enough energy to heat homes this winter, the paper notes, quoting sources who say officials’ “blood ran cold” when they were faced with the scale of the problem. The paper adds that supermarkets are encouraging people to start their Christmas shopping now as some products may be rationed to stop panic buying.

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Look who’s not talking,” Metro says, as the paper joins several others to lead on Chancellor Rishi Sunak’s denials that the Treasury is involved in talks with the business secretary about emergency packages to help businesses during the energy crisis. Mr Kwarteng said he was speaking with Mr Sunak to get support for firms, but a Treasury official told Sky News: “

BBC News: Staff:

This is not the first time the business secretary has made things up in interviews. To be crystal clear, the Treasury are not involved in any talks.”After the Treasury made its discontent clear, Mr Kwarteng appeared on Times Radio insisting there were “lots of conversations” taking place with Mr Sunak’s department about the crisis, the Times notes.

The business secretary said he had not asked Mr Sunak for anything but “we are always in conversation with the Treasury and we’re always talking about how we can support British business”. Separately, the paper has a report which reveals that 2,000 police have been accused of sexual misconduct, including rape, in the last four years.Elsewhere, the Daily Telegraph notes that the latest government row comes days after Mr Kwarteng was criticised by other Cabinet ministers for failing to act quicker to tackle the petrol shortages: The Telegraph says Conservative MPs said the disagreement was a typical example of “squabbling” between ministers when the prime minister is away.

Boris Johnson is on holiday in Marbella.The Daily Mirror leads on the prime minister’s holiday, with the headline: “Only here for the peer.” The paper says that Mr Johnson is staying in a luxury villa which belongs to Zac Goldsmith, who he made a peer in 2019. The paper quotes shadow Treasury minister Bridget Phillipson, who said: “

In the teeth of a crisis of its own making, the government has put its ‘out of office’ sign on.””Stark warning: Get used to higher food bill” is the Daily Express’ headline. Heinz boss Miguel Patricio has warned that the cost of essential items would rise and customers would just “have to get used to it”, the paper reports. A typical family of four could be £1,800 worse off by the end of the year, the Centre for Economic and Business Research estimates.

There is one GP for every 2,000 patients, according to the Daily Mail, which says people are enduring a postcode lottery, with the worst-hit parts of the country served by half as many GPs as the best. In some areas the figure rises to nearly 3,000 patients per doctor, the paper says, compared to 1,600 in the best-serviced districts. “No wonder it’s so hard to see a doctor in person,” the paper quips.Also reporting on health services, the Guardian says NHS waiting lists are triggering a “tide of abuse” directed against staff, including assaults from patients.

Six medical bodies and staff groups have written a joint statement, blaming patients’ long delays on years of poor government investment and a failure to tackle workforce shortages. They want ministers to be “honest and transparent” about the intense pressures facing the NHS following a rise in threats and assaults on staff, the paper adds.

Elsewhere, the Financial Times reports that Sanjeev Gupta will inject £50m in new funding into his UK steel plants, ending months of uncertainty for 3,000 workers. Mr Gupta has agreed to a key financial restructuring of his Australian steelworks, providing some “much needed breathing space” for the steel magnate, the paper says. His global metals and energy empire, GFG Alliance, was forced to find funding after its key lender, Greensill Capital, collapsed earlier this year.

Meanwhile, the Sun leads on Tyson Fury’s victory against Deontay Wilder at the weekend. Fury has declared himself the “the greatest” heavyweight of his era, adding: “I believe I could beat anyone in history.”And the Daily Star leads on the weather, saying a -10C “polar vortex” is heading to the UK, just as the gas supply chaos could send house bills “sky high”.

Kwasi Kwarteng was accused of “making things up”, says the Times, in a “highly unusual… stinging slapdown” by the Treasury.

On Sunday, Mr Kwarteng said he was working closely with the chancellor over possible support for energy intensive sectors – but a Treasury source denied this.

The Daily Telegraph says Conservative MPs have described the row as a typical example of squabbling between ministers when a prime minister is away – but notes that a number of so-called “red wall” Tory MPs are growing increasingly concerned at the lack of help for business.

“You can’t level up if you end up levelling heavy industry in the North,” one tells the paper.Business Secretary Kwasi Kwarteng has been involved in a Whitehall “war of words”

The Daily Mirror claims Boris Johnson is “taking it easy again” as the energy crisis deepens. 

“Only here for the peer” is the headline, as the paper reveals the PM is spending his holiday at a luxury villa in Spain owned by his friend, the Conservative minister, Lord Zac Goldsmith. 

The Times is pleased the prime minister is taking time off – arguing he looked “shattered” at the Tory party conference last week.

“Bravo for ignoring the inevitable grumblings” says its editorial – “at a time of national crisis, Britain needs a leader at the top of his game. If Mr Johnson needs to recharge his batteries, the rest of us should give him a break.”

The Guardian features a warning by health leaders that NHS staff are facing a “growing tide of abuse” from patients frustrated at long waits for care.

It says six key medical bodies are urging ministers to be “honest and transparent” about the intense strain on the health service – amid a growing belief among senior doctors that the government has a “deliberate strategy” of trying to blame the NHS for its problems.

According to the Independent, Health Secretary Sajid Javid has “expressed alarm” at the rising number of people suffering from long Covid symptoms.

The website says he told a private meeting of health officials the problem was “huge” and “getting bigger”. 

The Daily Mail continues its campaign for more face-to-face health appointments.

It is dismayed by official figures showing there is an average of one GP for every 2,000 patients.

“No wonder it’s so hard to see a doctor in person,” it says.

The Daily Telegraph highlights a Department of Health study suggesting there was a “significant drop” in hours recorded by GPs in the years before the pandemic – meaning in 2019 the average GP worked “a three-day week”. 

Campaigners for the elderly tell the paper it is “worrying” that money is spent on training doctors who are allowed to work part-time, leaving them time for private practice or locum jobs.

“Ty am the Greatest” says the Sun’s front page, with a photograph of Tyson Fury punching his way to retaining his world heavyweight title on Saturday night.

The Times thinks the British boxer “joined the greats” by beating Deontay Wilder in the “brutal and breathless fight of the century”.

The Telegraph suggests the trilogy of Fury-Wilder fights could be as fascinating as the most celebrated in boxing history – between Muhammad Ali and Joe Frazier – and claims Saturday’s bout will go down as a classic “because of the drama, the knockdowns of both prize-fighters, and the brutal highlight-reel finish”.

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