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#AceDailyNews says here is todays U.K. Newspaper Headlines: Quarantine ‘to end’ for fully jabbed, acordign to the Times says people in England who have been fully vaccinated will not have to self-isolate even if they have been in contact with a positive coronavirus case and can England win against Ukraine in the Euro2020 tonight ?
July.03, 2021: @acenewsservices
BBC News: Staff:
The NHS Covid app is the focus of the Daily Mail’s front page, with the paper reporting that Boris Johnson is facing growing pressure from business leaders, MPs and health experts to review the system over fears it could “cripple” the economy. The paper says the app forces contacts of coronavirus cases to self-isolate for 10 days, causing “chaos” in offices, bars and restaurants:
“Travel boost for holidays in Europe” is the headline dominating the front of the i weekend. The paper reports that the “hard-line stance” adopted by European Union countries around quarantine is softening, with Germany due to relax rules for British people who have been double-vaccinated.
The Daily Express paints the German travel announcement as a “win for Britons”. Double-jabbed travellers from the UK to Germany will not have to quarantine “in the foreseeable future”, German Chancellor Angela Merkel said, following a meeting with Mr Johnson.
Elsewhere, Cabinet Office Minister Michael Gove’s separation from his wife Sarah Vine is the Daily Telegraph’s lead story, with the paper saying the split raises coronavirus social distancing questions: Mr Gove is the second senior cabinet minister in a week to announce the end of his marriage, with Matt Hancock stepping down as health secretary last weekend after having an affair with an aide. As a senior government figure closely involved in making decisions about coronavirus measures, the paper says the split will prompt questions about Mr Gove’s own domestic arrangements. Separately, the Archbishop of York is supporting a campaign to end school bubbles, the paper adds.
Meanwhile, the FT Weekend reports that London is once again Europe’s largest share trading centre, taking the crown from Amsterdam: About €40bn (£33.3bn) of deals are completed each day in the City, the paper adds, and London’s share of the European market has gradually increased in recent months as the UK resumed trading in Swiss stocks.
Labour’s success in the Batley and Spen by-election leads the Guardian, with Sir Keir Starmer calling the win a victory for “decency”. He contrasted Kim Leadbeater’s spirit with a prime minister “who basks in his own dishonesty”. Writing in the paper, the Labour leader said: “We want to bring the country together, not push communities apart.” When he visited the constituency earlier, Sir Keir said “Labour is coming home” – a timely football reference.
And the beautiful game is certainly on the minds of millions of England fans ahead of the Euro 2020 quarter-final match against Ukraine – which the Daily Mirror and several other papers feature prominently. “Yes we Kane” is the Mirror’s front page headline. The paper carries comments from England captain Harry Kane, who said: “We will give it everything.”
Maintaining the optimism, Paul Gascoigne has told the Sun that if the nation throws its support behind the Three Lions manager Gareth Southgate, England can win the Euros. “If we trust in Gareth, everything else will come good,” the former international player said.
Adopting a tongue-in-cheek approach, the Daily Star urges readers to use its front page – featuring Kane holding two golden footballs – and rub it for luck to get England through to the semi-finals……
The paper believes ministers will make the change within weeks……….Its Scottish edition says the first minister, Nicola Sturgeon, is more cautious about the idea – but will come under pressure to follow the rule change………..But those who want a move away from wearing face coverings may be disappointed.
The Times also reports that England’s chief medical officer, Chris Whitty, has privately predicted they will still be needed after 19 July, when restrictions are due to be lifted:
PA Media: Cabinet Office Minister Michael Gove and his journalist wife Sarah Vine have announced their separation: It adds Downing Street is refusing to say whether any social distancing rules have been broken: The paper reports that their friends have insisted no one else was involved in the split and the couple had simply drifted apart over the past few years: A source close to Mr Gove tells the paper that rumours about his private life are “utter nonsense” and insists he was not aware of any social distancing regulations having been broken.
Few expected Labour’s by-election victory in Batley and Spen, says Jonathan Freedland in the Guardian, before calling on the party’s leader to act with as much urgency as if he had lost.
The columnist wants Sir Keir Starmer to clarify who he is and what he stands for The Sun says Sir Keir has gained nothing but a bit more time before “the hard-left’s vultures swoop”.
The Times thinks he should not be afraid of taking on the left – although its columnist Matthew Parris believes the victory simply delays Labour’s “long road into oblivion”.
The Sun argues that without its Matt Hancock scoop and the prime minister’s bungled response to it, the Tories would have won.
London has reclaimed its crown as Europe’s largest share trading centre, according to the FT Weekend. It was dethroned by Amsterdam in the wake of Brexit, with the loss of more than £6.4bn of transactions after the UK left the EU single market in January. But, the FT says, the resumption of British trading in Swiss stocks has helped a fight back. The paper believes this has provided an early boost as the government prepares to change trading rules to make the city more competitive.
The Guardian warns a review of legal protection for wildlife and plants in the UK could see some species – such as pine martens, water voles and adders – losing their special protection. It says the possible changes, which have not been widely heralded, could benefit property developers. A government spokesperson says the review is gathering data and no recommendations have been made.
EPA: England captain Harry Kane celebrates after the Euro 2020 win against GermanyThe papers capture the excitement ahead of England’s quarter final clash, with many picking up on Gareth Southgate’s call for his players to conquer their Everest, by winning the Euros. “Summit special” is the headline in the Daily Express and the Daily Mirror.”Climb every mountain” is the Daily Star’s take, as it pictures the winger, Raheem Sterling, arms out-stretched doing his best impression of Julie Andrews. The Daily Telegraph’s headline advice is simple: “Keep calm – and carry on winning.”
#AceNewsDesk report ……….Published: July.03: 2021:
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