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Dec.16, 2021: @acenewsservices

#AceDailyNews says here’s todays Newspaper Headlines: Main theme tonight is that cases in U.K have risen by over 20,000 since yesterday and the highest ever as the government is considering plans for further #COVID19 restrictions including so-called household bubbles and social distancing if #Omicron infections soar, the i’s front page claims. It adds ministers have been “spooked” by the rapid spread of #Omicron, which the paper’s headline warns “threatens a normal Christmas” more soon with sadness God Bless You 🙏’s

The Times 15 December
Calculations by the Times suggest that more than a million people could be isolating with coronavirus on Christmas Day given the rapid speed with which the Omicron variant is spreading. It quotes a “downbeat” presentation to top ministers by England’s chief medical officer Prof Chris Whitty, who warned of the “very sharp rise” in Omicron cases and that comfort should not be drawn from suggestion that the strain was less severe or from “unreliable hopes” that infections were peaking in South Africa.

As #Omicron case are increasing by trebling NOW daily

The Sun’s front page urges politicians to “keep calm like Ma’am” over Omicron, reporting that the Queen still plans to hold her family Christmas party.

BBC News: Staff:

The Financial Times’ lead says Boris Johnson suffered the “biggest setback of his premiership” on Tuesday after almost 100 Conservative MPs voted against the government on the issue of Covid passes, which must be shown to enter large venues. One government official tells the paper the scale of the rebellion was “by far at the worst end of expectations”.

“PM’s Xmas stuffing” is how the Metro describes the fallout from the Tory revolt over Covid passes. The paper reports that despite a meeting with backbenchers and a “last-gasp ring-round” to rally support, Mr Johnson had suffered a “new body blow” from the “biggest rebellion yet”.

The Daily Telegraph calls the Tory revolt a “hammer blow” to the PM’s authority, which claims that one MP was heard saying “wow” when the scale of the revolt on Covid passes became clear.

The Guardian suggests the scale of the Tory rebellion prompts “questions” over whether the PM would implement tougher Covid restrictions in the coming days “even if they are recommended by the government’s scientific advisers”.

Meanwhile, the Daily Express says that the prime minister has been given a “stark warning of Tory discontent” after the rebellion by some of his MPs, but the paper wonders whether the PM will be “proved right” over the need to introduce the latest Covid restrictions.

In typical irreverent style, the Daily Star warns of “growing concern” for deputy prime minister Dominic Raab and the whereabouts of his “lost brain” after he wrongly said 250 people in the UK were in hospital with the Omicron variant, before later revealing the true figure was 10.

The Daily Mirror’s top story reports on the conviction of Savannah Brockhill, 28, for the murder of 16-month-old Star Hobson. The toddler’s mother, and Brockhill’s girlfriend, Frankie Smith, 20, was convicted of causing or allowing her child’s death. The front page also features a photograph of what it calls a “raucous” Christmas party thrown by Tory aides in the party’s Westminster headquarters during coronavirus restrictions last Christmas. The picture features 24 people including the Conservative’s former candidate for London mayor, Shaun Bailey. A spokesperson for his campaign told the Mirror the “post-work event to thank campaign staff” was a “serious error of judgment” and apologised “unreservedly”.

“Not Again” is the despairing headline of the Daily Mail’s front page, which accuses social workers and doctors of “shocking failings” that it says left toddlers, Star Hobson and Ella-Rose Clover “at the mercy of their murderous adult carers”.

Reaction to the significant Conservative rebellion dominates Wednesday’s front pages. 

A “Hammer Blow” to Boris Johnson’s authority, is the verdict of the Daily Telegraph. The Financial Times describes the vote on Covid restrictions as the “biggest setback” of Mr Johnson’s premiership.

The Guardian believes it underlines the prime minister’s “shaky grip” over his party following the damaging Owen Paterson affair and revelations about lockdown-busting parties in Downing Street. 

The Times points to how at least one rebel has warned that the prime minister could now face a leadership challenge. “PM’s Xmas Stuffing” is the Metro’s take, but the Daily Express wonders whether a “Bruised Boris” will eventually be proved right.

“Omicron threatening normal Christmas” is the main headline for the i. It says ministers – “spooked” by the rapid spread of the variant – are studying plans for further restrictions before Christmas, including the reintroduction of household bubbles.

The Daily Telegraph reports that demand for Covid lateral flow tests is so high that entire cities ran out by lunchtime yesterday. It says officials told an emergency meeting last night it wasn’t possible to deliver more to pharmacies, despite Mr Johnson insisting there were “ample supplies”.

The front pages of many papers carry photographs of the murdered 16-month-old Star Hobson. 

The Times’ editorial says that while there can be no ultimate explanation for the human wickedness that led to Star’s death, there must be an explanation as to why five referrals of concern to Bradford City Council in 2020 went unheeded. 

The event was organised in Conservative Party headquarters last December by Shaun Bailey’s mayoral campaign team. A spokesperson for the campaign told the Mirror the event was a “serious error of judgment” and apologised “unreservedly”. 

The paper pointedly says that the Metropolitan Police Commissioner Cressida Dick is welcome to use the photograph – or any the paper has published – as evidence for a proper investigation as “we must all be equal before the law”.

And the Daily Mail carries news that may surprise many struggling allotment holders after the strange weather of the last year. Apparently their plots are “just as productive as farms” according to a new study from the the University of Sussex. 

It found that individual allotment holders harvested just over a kilogram of food per square metre – a similar yield to a conventional farm. 

Lead researcher Dr Beth Nicholls tells the paper that allotments could play a hugely important role in reducing imports of fruit and vegetables – while also improving both nutrition and health.

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