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Dec.29, 2021: @acenewsservices

#AceDailyNews says here’s today’s Newspaper Headlines: Where’s the PM?” is the Mirror’s headline with a picture of an empty Downing Street news conference lectern: The paper highlights that Boris Johnson was not to be seen as Mr Javid made his statement and a sub-headline claims that “a nervous nation needs leadership”

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Most of Tuesday’s front pages focus on the announcement made by Health Secretary Sajid Javid, asserting that there will be no further Covid restrictions in England before the new year. The i reports that the health service is not facing an exponential rise in admissions and the numbers of older people needing critical care is “significantly below January last year”.

By contrast, the Daily Mail’s headline – “Boris’s New Year cheer” – puts Mr Johnson front and centre of its coverage, with the accompanying report saying that he took the decision not to impose any new restrictions after he had a “crunch briefing from scientists on the latest data”.

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“Happy New Beer!” reads the Daily Star. The paper reports that celebration plans for the end of the year can go ahead – and New Year’s Day is set to be “balmy”, with temperatures potentially going up to 15C.

The Daily Telegraph leads with “no fresh restrictions to spoil New Year’s Eve”, it reports that the prime minister has made this decision “after reviewing Christmas data on the Omicron surge”. The paper also reports that ministers have been warned that energy bills could “treble” if the government does not set up a £20bn fund to help companies to deal with soaring gas prices.

No curbs before 2022 and The Guardian leads with “England goes it alone”, pointing out that Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland have all tightened rules. It also quotes critical scientists who label it as the moment that has provided “the greatest divergence between scientific advice and legislation”.

The Times has the same stories, with the lack of Covid curbs as the lead and energy prices as the number two story. But its prediction is a little less dire than the Telegraph, and the analysts it has spoken to merely suggest that energy bills are “set to double” in the space of a year.

The government’s decision not to impose any new Covid measures in England before the end of the year, is the main story for most papers. The Times says the government gives the green light to New Year’s Eve parties.  “No fresh restrictions to spoil New Year’s Eve”, is the Telegraph’s headline and the Daily Star says it is “Happy New Beer”. The Mail welcomes the news with the headline: “Boris’s New Year Cheer”.

According to the Guardian, the announcement came after the prime minister was told by advisers that significant NHS pressures were coming from staff absence, rather than overcrowded intensive care units. It says ministers are expected to continue to focus efforts on vaccination, with sources saying the majority of those behind the rise in hospital admissions are unvaccinated.

Dire warning: energy bills could double” is the Daily Express’s take on it all. The paper reports that soaring gas and electricity bills due to the supply shortage in wholesale fuel will cause “an enormous crisis” in the new year.

The warning that average domestic energy charges may double next yearmakes the lead for the Express. It says the chief executive of Ovo, Stephen Fitzpatrick, has urged ministers to do more to tackle the soaring costs for consumers. 

The Telegraph says it is understood the government could facilitate a deal that would give the industry access to a £20bn fund which they could repay at a rate of £2bn a year over 10 years. This would help companies to cover the cost of the short-term spike in wholesale gas prices and allow suppliers to keep a lid on consumers’ bills, the paper adds.

The Telegraph reports that the law governing the sale of crossbows may be tightened after an armed intruder broke into the grounds of Windsor Castle on Christmas Day. It says Home Secretary Priti Patel has ordered a review of rules that currently allow anyone over 18 to buy a crossbow without needing any checks or a licence. Whitehall sources are quoted as saying officials have been told to “incorporate any lessons” from the potential attack on the Queen into a review of legislation, which was ordered earlier this year.

The Guardian says ministers have been warned that their efforts to tackle Britain’s obesity crisis are likely to fail because the public are constantly bombarded by unhealthy food options. According to the paper, a report commissioned by the government’s own obesity research unit found that easy access to, and availability of, unhealthy food 24 hours a day made losing weight difficult for millions of people. The report suggests that shops, supermarkets, advertisements on public transport and workplaces can make it almost impossible for people to stick to diet plans.

Elsewhere on the front page, the paper pictures the “intact” mummy of Amenhotep I, ruler of Egypt 3,500 years ago

Finally, Winston Churchill was famous for smoking Cuban cigars. and visitors to his former home, Chartwell in Kent, have been able to buy some of his favourite brands in the gift shop for years. However, the i reports that the National Trust, which owns the property, has decided to stop selling them. The paper says the reason is not that there is any concern about profiting from tobacco sales, but simply a drop in demand for them.

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