‘Ace News Room Scotland News Desk’

‘Ace News Room Scotland News Desk’

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Dec.19, 2021: @acenewsservices

#AceDailyNews says here’s Scotland’s Headlines: The i’s focus is the Scottish government’s latest guidance which includes a plan to stop school closures in the new year. The paper says teachers will be allowed to voluntarily break isolation if it is the only way to keep lessons going.

A number of papers lead with Covid restrictions around Christmas after the first minister warned people they could catch the rapidly spreading Omicron variant if they left home. The Scottish Sun highlights this means people could face spending 25 December in isolation.

Christmas isolation fears and plan for teachers and The Courier reports that some parents are taking children out of school early to avoid them catching Covid before Christmas. The paper says that 401 pupils were off isolating in Tayside and Fife as of 14 December.

The Scottish Daily Express leads with “fury” from pub owners at Nicola Sturgeon’s support package for businesses affected by the spread of Omicron. Ms Sturgeon said that £66m of a £100m fund would go to hospitality – but the paper says other businesses which are “not as badly hit” by the pandemic will also receive cash.

Businesses have also called for the isolation rules to be eased as they are contributing to a “lockdown by stealth”, according to the Scottish Daily Mail. In Scotland people who live in the same household as someone who tests positive have to isolate for 10 days – even if they have a negative PCR test.

The Edinburgh Evening News reports that the Scottish League Cup final between Hibs and Celtic will go ahead this weekend – but fans have been told to stay away from Hampden if they have symptoms. Chief medical officer Gregor Smith urged spectators to take a lateral flow test before travelling to the match, the paper says.

Cabinet Secretary Simon Case is the focus of a number of today’s front pages – the Times says that the Downing Street parties inquiry is “in disarray” after Mr Case stepped aside from his role in the investigation.

Mr Case’s role was put into doubt after it was alleged a party was held in his office while London was under Covid rules. The Scotsman says pressure “piles on the PM” after his party was defeated for the first time in nearly 200 years in the North Shropshire by-election.

The Daily Telegraph’s assessment is that the prime minister’s “bid to move on from poll rout is derailed by fresh leaks”. In light of the recent by-election defeat and concerns raised about the No 10 parties inquiry, the paper is pessimistic about Mr Johnson’s position.

The National’s headline is based on one Conservative backbencher’s verdict on Mr Johnson after the defeat – “one more strike and he’s out”. Sir Roger Gale made the comment during an interview on the BBC Radio 4 Today programme, the paper reports.

The Daily Record reports the wrongful prosecutions of two former Rangers administrators has cost taxpayers £40m, according to Scottish government accounts.

A family who say they are considering legal action against NHS Lothian for failing to diagnose a virus at birth that affected their daughter’s hearing make the front page of The Herald.

The Press and Journal reports on a fatal accident inquiry which could not determine what led to a fatal quad bike crash in Ross-shire.

An Aberdeen delivery driver repeatedly jolted his wife with a stun gun as she stood making a birthday cake, reports the Evening Express.

Glasgow City Council received almost 12,500 complaints about potholes on city roads in 2021 according to the Glasgow Times.

The Weekend Telegraph splashes a stark photo of fly-tipping in Tayside, which locals say has turned a garden into a “pigsty”.

And the Daily Star of Scotland’s front page is slightly more festive. The paper reports that it is “odds-on for snow” on 25 December and it headlines this “white xmask”, alluding to the return of compulsory masks in some settings across the UK.

#AceNewsDesk report …………Published: Dec.19: 2021:

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