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Jan.15, 2022: @acenewsservices
#AceDailyNews says here’s todays Newspaper Headlines: Well folks todays challenge for all reading this is simply who had worst week Prince (Andrew) now not Prince but plain old Andrew Windsor in the soup NOW …..OR Boris Johnson with BYOB’s of Champers to my NOT really a party or IS OR finally Djokovic who has had his visa removed twice because he will not have a test or vaccine for #COVID19 you choose but seriously its only today and as l was told todays newspaper is tomorrows fish & chip wrapper 😂
Before anyone says NOT ANYMORE because UK Printing Ink had lead in it now they use plain white paper ….
BBC News: Staff says Prince Andrew ‘throne out’ as Queen strips his titles …..
The Times says the move signals that the Queen has finally given up her patience with her second son, who is frequently described as her favourite. The paper says it is understood the decision was taken after discussions among members of the Royal Family, including the Prince of Wales and the Duke of Cambridge.
The Daily Mail says Prince Charles and his son, Prince William, were understood to have been “instrumental” in forcing Prince Andrew out. The paper quotes a senior palace source as saying: “This is about the survival of the institution at all costs.”
Picking up on that theme, the Daily Express, like other papers, says the decision was about protecting the reputation of the Royal Family. “Queen casts Andrew adrift… for the sake of the monarchy” is its headline.
Like the Metro, “Throne Out” is the Sun’s headline. The paper says Prince Andrew looked “ashen-faced” as he was driven to see his mother. The decision to reduce the prince to a “private citizen” was one of the hardest in the Queen’s 70 years on the throne, the Sun adds.
The Daily Telegraph features an image of the prince and his lawyer being driven from the Royal Lodge to Windsor Castle after being summoned by the Queen. The paper says he met the monarch for a 45-minute meeting amid speculation he will have to pay off Ms Giuffre. The duke has said he will continue to defend the civil case.
The Guardian calls the removal of Prince Andrew’s military titles and royal patronages a “devastating blow” to him, effectively removing him completely from official royal life. Norman Baker, the royal commentator and former government minister, said the duke had been “well and truly chucked under the royal bus” but the Royal Family could not escape the “immense damage” the case he is facing would do.
“Common as muck” is how the Daily Star describes the prince, adding that he will face the sexual assault claims as Andy Windsor.
In other news, the Daily Mirror leads on reports that Downing Street staff held two parties the night before Prince Philip’s funeral. Hours before the Queen mourned alone, No 10 workers allegedly downed alcohol late into the night, the paper reports.
Attempts to defuse Russia’s threat of military action against Ukraine have failed after Moscow said talks with the US and Nato in Geneva did not address its security grievances, reports the Financial Times. Russian President Vladimir Putin’s spokesman, Dmitry Peskov, said this week’s talks had been “unsuccessful” despite “positive elements” on some issues Moscow does not consider central to its demands.
The Times and the Guardian say they have obtained details about the conclusions of the inquiry into allegations of lockdown parties held at Downing Street.
The Times says the investigation is expected to say there’s not enough evidence of criminality for the issue to be referred to police. The paper reports that the senior civil servant leading the inquiry, Sue Gray, is also not expected to say whether Prime Minister Boris Johnson breached the ministerial code by attending a garden party at No 10 in May 2020.
It’s understood such a conclusion does not lie within her remit, with only the prime minister himself having the power to order an inquiry into possible breaches of the code.
The Guardian reports that Ms Gray will identify a “farcical culture” of drinking and socialising at No 10 and criticise senior officials for providing “little oversight”. Whitehall sources tell the paper that other drinks events are likely to be unearthed from across government buildings, with special advisers and officials urged to “come clean” about breaches of lockdown rules.
Conservative MP Andrew Bridgen explains in the Daily Telegraph why he believes Mr Johnson should resign for attending last year’s garden party. He argues that in failing to lead by example, the prime minister has “truly failed” the electorate. There is, he says, a “moral vacuum at the heart of our government”.
The Daily Express says Prince Andrew was “dramatically cut adrift”,
“Throne out” is the headline on the front of the Sun, which says the decision to remove Prince Andrew’s royal and military titles was one of the hardest of the Queen’s 70-year reign.
The Daily Express says Prince Andrew was “dramatically cut adrift”, as the Queen sought to protect the monarchy from sexual assault allegations – claims he has consistently denied.
The Daily Mail is among several papers to print a grainy image of Andrew being driven into Windsor Castle for his meeting with the Queen on Thursday.
The paper says he looked “haunted” as he arrived for the “crisis summit” with his mother. The Mail reports that Prince Charles and his son the Duke of Cambridge are understood to have been “instrumental in the move to force him out”.
The Daily Mirror’s royal editor Russell Myers says the Queen has once again shown there is no time for sentiment when it comes to protecting The Firm.
The i reports that millions of Covid booster doses could be thrown away because not enough young adults have come forward to be jabbed.
The paper says nine million people are eligible for a third dose who haven’t yet received one, with fewer than half of those aged 18 to 34 stepping up to be boosted.
The pace of the vaccine rollout has fallen sharply this week with just 140,000 people getting jabbed every day compared with around 800,000 at the end of December.
Microsoft Word has gone “woke”, according to the Daily Mail.
The paper says a new “inclusiveness checker” highlights typed words which could cause offence and then offers alternatives.
Examples include tweaking Neil Armstrong’s moon-landing speech so it refers to “one giant leap for humankind” rather than “mankind” and changing “Postman Pat” to “Postal Worker Pat”.
Microsoft says it wants to be thoughtful and make sure its artificial intelligence is not reinforcing and amplifying stereotypes.
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