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Dec.20, 2021: @acenewsservices

#AceDailyNews says here’s todays Newspaper Headlines: Today as UK prepares for last few days before Christmas Festivities #COVID Variant is rampant with new #Omicron cases of another 12,000 plus see below:

And adding insult to injury cases of #Coronavirus are over 80,000 just today …….

Front page of the Sunday Times
Most of the front pages report on Lord Frost’s resignation as Brexit minister. He quit over his discontent about new Covid measures and the political direction of the government. The Sunday Times reports that allies of Lord Frost say “he is exasperated with the high-spending regime, the obsession with hitting “net zero” environmental targets and Covid vaccine passports”.

The Observer reports that, according to Sage, deaths from Covid may reach 6,000 a day. The paper goes on to suggest that “political paralysis” is undermining UK attempt to “fight this new wave”.

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The Mail on Sunday also reports on Lord Frost’s resignation with this headline: “Now the minister for Brexit walks out on Boris”. It says the “dramatic move” was triggered by “his growing ‘disillusionment’ with the direction of Tory policy”.

The Sunday Telegraph leads on “Frost quits Cabinet as Johnson considers Christmas lockdown”. The paper reports that there is “chaos at No 10”, following Lord Frost’s resignation. It pictures police in a clash with anti-vaccine protesters outside the entrance to Downing Street.

The Sunday Mirror pictures Rose and Giovanni, winners of this year’s Strictly Come Dancing competition. Rose Ayling-Ellis has become the first deaf contestant to win. The paper goes on to report that Omicron is the “worst wave yet”. It says that Covid hospital admissions could hit 3,000 a day in January, but a record day for booster jabs on Saturday “gives hope”.

“Held hostage by the virus” reports the Sunday Express. It says that record numbers of people are being forced to self-isolate due to the Covid infection rates. Another 90,418 daily cases were reported across the UK on Saturday – following days of record highs. However, the paper says that “many backbenchers” have warned that “a vote on another clampdown will spark a massive Commons rebellion”.

“Covid rips into NHS heroes”, the Sunday People warns. Given the surge in coronavirus infections, it reports that 50,000 doctors, nurses and NHS staff could be out of action by Christmas Day.

“£1M Rose” headlines the Daily Star. The paper’s front page pictures Rose and Giovanni at the Strictly final. It reports that this year’s winner will “rake in £1million through film and telly deals”.

Lord Frost’s resignation as Brexit Minister features on several front pages, including the Sunday Telegraph, which thinks it creates “a major new crisis” for Boris Johnson. The Sunday Times agrees, arguing that the problems engulfing the prime minister have “deepened” at the end of a “terrible” week of events that has left insiders believing he is now “fatally wounded”.

The Mail on Sunday says Lord Frost’s “bombshell” decision to quit has caused “panic” inside No 10, coming just as Mr Johnson was plotting a New Year relaunch for the government. 

A Downing Street source has told the Sun on Sunday that Lord Frost was growing increasingly disillusioned with the direction of government policy. “Frostie hated the Covid restrictions and higher taxes – but vaccine passports was the final straw”, the source claims. The Sun’s leader column argues these are “exactly” the issues that concern sensible, hard-working voters, meaning Lord Frost’s exit “cannot be easily dismissed”. If Boris Johnson cannot maintain the backing of a man he hand-picked, it warns, “then he will struggle to win back the support of his furious MPs.”

The Observer highlights last week’s call by government scientists for more Covid restrictions “very soon”, after they warned that daily infections could hit two million a day by the end of December. 

According to the Sunday Mirror, the experts have told Boris Johnson that his ‘Plan B’ to deal with the virus over the winter “will fail to stop the NHS being swamped”. They argue that banning big events and drinking indoors in pubs “is the only hope” to control a deadly new wave.  The Sunday People is concerned by a warning from health leaders that up to 50,000 NHS staff could be off sick by Christmas Day, as the Omicron variant “rips through the workforce”.

Health Secretary Sajid Javid has acknowledged in the Sunday Telegraph that “there is much we still don’t know” about Omicron. Writing in the paper, he hints at a need for caution by referring to his career before politics – claiming the most important decisions he made as an investment banker were taken before clear data became available. He warns that “it may be too late to react”.  The Telegraph says Mr Javid’s intervention “exposes a significant divide” in Cabinet, with several ministers said to be opposed to further restrictions without additional evidence.

A number of front pages feature photographs of Rose Ayling-Ellis, after the Eastenders actress won the final of the BBC’s Strictly Come Dancing on Saturday. The Sunday Express reports that the soap star “made history” by becoming the first deaf celebrity to lift the glitterball trophy. The Daily Star Sunday says she is now being tipped to earn over £1m next year. The paper insists “no-one will begrudge her the dosh”, and it hails her as an “inspiration” for showing that deafness does not need to be regarded as a disability.

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