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Jan.10, 2022: @acenewsservices
#AceDailyNews says here’s todays Newspaper headlines: The i weekend’s front page story concerns the record numbers of staff to leave the #NHS in 2021, with work-life balance cited as a key issue: The paper carries a testimony from a frontline nurse who said the second wave of the pandemic “cost me my mental health and my marriage”. Meanwhile, there are “early signs” that the spread of the Omicron variant is slowing among some age groups, according to officials latest below:
And holiday ‘stampede’ Households have built up saving pots worth £1.7 trillion in the pandemic, the Daily Express reports:
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The paper says families are torn between spending their savings or keeping the money for the rising bills expected this year.
One thing Britons are eager to spend their hard-earned cash on is a holiday, the Daily Mirror reports. A relaxation of travel rules for the fully vaccinated has sparked a “rush” of summer holiday bookings, the paper says, leading with the headline: “Vaccation stampede.” Bookings have reportedly hit pre-Covid levels. “People are desperate to get away,” the paper quotes Jet2 chief executive Steve Heapy as saying.
The FT Weekend reports Chancellor Rishi Sunak is under pressure from Conservatives to revisit his decision last year to suspend the so-called “triple lock” on annual state pension increases. It comes amid rising energy bills and with inflation expected to increase about 6%, the paper reports. Meanwhile, the lead image dominating the front of the paper is of Hollywood acting legend, Sidney Poitier, who has died at the age of 94.
Poitier’s image is also leading the picture slot on the front of the Guardian. The paper’s lead story centres on the acquittal of the Colston Four, who were cleared of criminal damage this week after tearing down a statue of Edward Colston in Bristol in June 2020. The Guardian says senior lawyers have accused the attorney general for England and Wales of “politically driven meddling” after Suella Braverman said she was considering referring the acquittal to the court of appeal.
Meanwhile, the Daily Mail says it has interviewed an alleged “sex slave” of Jeffrey Epstein who says Virginia Giuffre told her that she had slept with the Duke of York in London. Ms Giuffre is suing the prince, claiming that he sexually assaulted her when she was 17. Prince Andrew has consistently denied the allegations.
Elsewhere, the Times carries an interview with Admiral Sir Tony Radakin, head of the armed forces, who has told Russia that any attempt by Moscow to sever key underwater communication cables would be seen as an act of war. Sir Tony said there had been a “phenomenal increase” in Russian submarine and underwater activity in the last 20 years.
And the Daily Star reports that TV presenter Eamonn Holmes is hoping to cure his back pain with the help of a “magical” stick.
Fourth jabs not necessary, Government scientific advisers have recommended that fourth jabs are not currently necessary, the Daily Telegraph reports.
The paper carries analysis from the Joint Committee on Vaccination and Immunisation, which found that three months after receiving a third jab, protection against hospitalisations among the over-65s remained at about 90%.
The Daily Mirror says this week’s easing of Covid travel restrictions has driven a huge spike in summer holiday bookings – what it calls a “Vaccation Stampede”.
“People are desperate to get away,” remarks the boss of Jet2, a holiday firm, while easyJet’s bookings are reported to have almost tripled week-on-week.
The “mini-boom” in holidays has been welcomed by Chancellor Rishi Sunak, according to the Daily Express after what it calls “fearful Britons” built up a “giant savings pot” worth £1.7 trillion during the pandemic.
The FT, meanwhile, reports Mr Sunak faces calls to reverse his decision to suspend the “triple lock” on annual state pension increases.
Two former pensions ministers – one Tory and one Lib Dem – it says, want help for the most vulnerable, as they struggle with surging energy bills and inflation.
The government says it is encouraging those eligible to claim pension credit.
The Daily Mail has what it calls a “bombshell” interview with a woman who gave evidence at Ghislaine Maxwell’s trial.
Carolyn Andriano says she received a text message from Prince Andrew’s accuser, Virginia Giuffre, in 2001, claiming she was going for dinner in London with Maxwell, Jeffrey Epstein and the prince.
A week later in Florida, Ms Andriano says Ms Giuffre showed her a photo of her with Prince Andrew, and told her she had slept with him.
The Mail says it has not paid for the interview.
The paper says Prince Andrew’s representatives declined to respond.
He has consistently strenuously denied any wrongdoing.
The Daily Telegraph adds the duke’s legal team has not ruled out offering Ms Giuffre a payoff in order to avoid a potentially damaging trial.
It says it understands any such settlement would likely exceed £5m, and that the Queen would be asked to contribute, alongside Prince Andrew’s own input.
But the paper states he has so far indicated he wants to fight the allegations and clear his name.
The i weekend says there was an “NHS exodus” as medics leave en masse after a grim two years.
It says NHS England figures show more than 27,000 doctors and nurses voluntarily resigned between July and September last year – the highest number on record.
The Independent website says the government has been accused of “subverting the rule of law”, after the attorney general announced she could refer the Colston statue case to the Court of Appeal.
A jury found four people not guilty of criminal damage, despite their admission they helped topple the slave trader’s statue in 2020.
The Guardian says senior lawyers have accused Suella Braverman of “politically-driven meddling”.
A former director of public prosecutions, Ken Macdonald, says “juries have always been given the space to do what they think is right” and ministers would be “foolish” to try and challenge this.
The Times has a warning from the head of the armed forces, Admiral Sir Tony Radakin, that there has been a “phenomenal” increase in Russian submarine activity, posing a risk to undersea cables and the world’s information system.
He tells the paper any attempt to sever the cables could potentially be considered an “act of war”.
Sir Tony says the UK must urgently develop hypersonic missiles, to compete with Moscow’s growing military strength.
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