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#AceDailyNews says here’s todays Newspaper Headlines: The Daily Mirror calls the Queen’s comments a “royal climate change blast”, and says that she is annoyed that some “planet-polluting leaders” might skip the big summit next month. The paper points out that the Queen as well as future kings Prince Charles and Prince William will be at the #COP26 more soon folks …..

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Comments made by the Queen about the climate crisis make the front page of several papers including the Daily Mail. During the opening of the Welsh Parliament in Cardiff yesterday, the Queen was speaking to the Duchess of Cornwall, and the parliament’s presiding officer when her remarks were picked up on the event’s live stream, the paper says. She referred to the upcoming Cop26 climate summit of world leaders in Glasgow, and said: “It’s really irritating when they talk, but they don’t do.”

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The Times also picks up on the Queen’s comments, but it focuses on whether China’s President Xi Jinping will attend the summit. It says Boris Johnson has been advised by diplomats that President Xi won’t attend Cop26, prompting fears that it could mean China will refuse to set new climate change goals.

The Queen’s remarks also feature prominently in the Daily Express, which says it shows her venting her frustration. But the paper’s top story is on a new study that suggests statins may cut your risk of dying from Covid.The Metro’s headline – “Come save our bacon” – is directed at hundreds of foreign abattoir workers who are set to be allowed into the UK on temporary visas.

The government changed its rules after warnings from farmers that they may be forced to cull thousands more pigs because of staff shortages in slaughterhouses. The paper calls the PM’s move “another U-turn on migrant labour”, following the extra visas for HGV drivers last month.The agreement to allow foreign workers into the UK to fill slaughterhouse vacancies is headlined as a “Squal deal” by the Daily Star. The paper’s main story takes aim at the prime minister who is currently in Marbella. Alongside a picture of a topless Boris Johnson surrounded by greenery, the paper says: “A yeti spotted in Spain yesterday seems to have forgotten the no carbs before Marbs rule. And in totally unconnected news, where’s Bozo?”

The Guardian pictures the holiday villa loaned to Mr Johnson on its front page. Its top story is on the government’s plan to boost the number of face-to-face GP appointments. The paper says doctors are warning it could lead to an exodus of GPs who are exhausted by the pandemic, and they feel “pilloried” by ministers who are implying they are lazy. Former health secretary Jeremy Hunt also says ministers are taking the wrong approach, saying: “This is a burnt-out workforce running on empty.”

The Financial Times leads with the EU and UK’s dispute over the part of the Brexit deal that specifically covers Northern Ireland. As talks begin between the two sides to find a solution, the FT reports that leading EU member states are pressing Brussels to come up with contingency plans for a possible trade war in case the UK triggers Article 16, which would suspend the current arrangements. Among the options being discussed within the EU are curbing UK access to the bloc’s energy supplies, the paper adds.

The Daily Telegraph reports on the union Unite which it says has threatened to launch a lorry drivers strike over pay and conditions. The union – which represents about 50,000 HGV drivers – wants higher pay and better conditions such as improved truck stops with catering facilities, the paper says. But the Telegraph quotes a spokesman from the government’s Department of Transport accusing the unions of threatening to “hold Christmas hostage” amid fears of shortages over the festive period.

The Times reports that Boris Johnson has been told that China’s President Xi Jinping will not attend next month’s climate change conference in Glasgow. 

British officials fear that could prelude China refusing to set new goals to cuts its emissions. 

The i newspaper notes that Beijing missed the UN deadline to update its pledge this week, as did Saudi Arabia.

The Daily MailDaily Express and Daily Mirror focus on what they say is the Queen’s “frustration” at world leaders who are trying to avoid the summit. 

A recording from the opening of the Welsh Parliament in Cardiff yesterday faintly picks up a private conversation in which she appears to say: “It’s really irritating when they talk, but don’t do.” 

On its front page, the Sun gives the monarch the title: “Her Majesty The Green.”

PA MediaThe Queen opened the sixth term of the Senedd on Thursday – but she makes the front pages for other remarks

Unions are threatening the largest lorry drivers’ strike since the winter of discontent in 1979, according to the Daily Telegraph. 

A Department for Transport spokesperson suggests the action could “hold Christmas hostage.” 

The Unite union says drivers want fair pay, and more truck stops with clean toilets and catering facilities.

There are more concerns about problems with this year’s Christmas shopping. 

The Independent online says that Amazon will recommend its customers place their orders in November. 

The Express and Mail both predict that prices will soar, while the Sun insists that shoppers have started panic buying toys and other presents. 

In its leader column, the Times points out that while the chancellor has said there will be plenty to buy at Christmas, he “didn’t say which Christmas”.

The paper suggests the “global supply chain crisis” could last until 2023. 

In the Matt cartoon in the Telegraph, a child scoffs at a friend: “You don’t still believe in the supply chain crisis do you? Your parents make it up so they don’t have to buy presents.”

Getty ImagesOne of the UK’s biggest toy retailers, The Entertainer, is warning delays at ports will result in Christmas shortages

The Financial Times says that Business Secretary Kwasi Kwarteng is hoping forecasts that this winter will be mild will ease fears about rising gas bills. 

But the shadow business secretary, Ed Miliband, tells the FT this is a “new low for government policy” – “crossing fingers” for a mild winter.

The Guardian says that the government plan to increase face-to-face GP appointments could lead to an exodus of doctors, exhausted by the pandemic. 

The warning comes from the doctor’s union, the British Medical Association. 

But the Mail criticises the reaction of doctors’ leaders, accusing them of “throwing a hissy fit.” 

As the Brexit minister, Lord Frost, travels to Brussels for more talks about Northern Ireland trade arrangements, the Sun suggests he will tell the EU its offer to cut checks is not enough. 

Meanwhile the FT says five EU countries want retaliatory measures drawn up – including ending the trade agreement – if the UK suspends much of its post-Brexit deal for Northern Ireland.

And President Emmanuel Macron is pictured leaping in the air in his football kit on the front of the Telegraph.

The French leader is said to have scored a penalty at a charity match in Paris. 

The paper seems underwhelmed, describing his shot as being “less than ferocious” and suggests that “overawed opponents … retreated deferentially as he advanced with the ball.”

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