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#AceDailyNews says here’s todays Newspaper Headlines: Well peoples today is all about WAS Abramovitch POISONED well that maybe but the MAIN media just WANT to talk about PARTY PARTY and fines for BREAKING #COVID RULES by PM Boris and MANY MANY others and finally OSCAR’S FIGHT ends up with an ARREST how pathetic in the scheme of MANY MANY people are suffering at the hands of the ‘ Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse’ of WAR – FAMINE – PESTILENCE – DEATH riding over peoples lives Kindness & LoveXX ❤️❤️ says 🙏🙏’s for those people Amen

Daily Mirror front page
All the front pages feature reports of the suspected poisoning of Chelsea owner Roman Abramovich as he took part in Ukraine-Russia peace talks. The Daily Mirror says the Russian oligarch “lost his sight for several hours” amid claims of a “new Russia outrage”.
Daily Mail front page
The negotiators were targeted in the suspected chemical weapons attack on 3 March by “Moscow hard-liners seeking to sabotage their efforts to end the conflict”, sources tell the Daily Mail. It reports Mr Abramovich and two others suffered “piercing eye pain” and “constant streams of tears” after eating chocolate and drinking water at the peace talks, while a fourth delegate “escaped unscathed”.
Times front page
The Times reports that Mr Abramovich had travelled between Moscow and Kyiv several times at the start of March as part of the talks. The paper says the billionaire, who has been sanctioned by the UK, has not been sanctioned by the US after offering to act as a go-between for the Kremlin and the Ukrainian government.
Daily Start front page
The Daily Star features an uncharacteristically straight report on the suspected poisoning, using a recent picture of Mr Abramovich at an airport in Israel in the days after he fell ill and lost his sight for “several hours”.
Sun front page
The Sun also leads on the Roman Abramovich story. And the paper joins the majority of front pages in featuring a photo of Will Smith attacking host Chris Rock at the Oscars, after the comedian made a joke about the actor’s wife Jada.
Guardian front page
While the Guardian leads on a report about the resumption of Ukraine peace talks amid the poisoning allegations, its lead reports police will begin to issue “Partygate” fines to Downing Street staff over gatherings held in No 10 while Covid-19 lockdown restrictions were in place. The paper says referrals for the first set of fixed penalty notices have been made by the Met Police, two months after their investigation using material gathered by senior civil servant Sue Gray’s inquiry began.
The i front page
Meanwhile, a row between Mr Johnson and Chancellor Rishi Sunak over the UK’s delayed energy strategy has “gone nuclear”, headlines the i. The paper says the origins of the dispute lies with the PM’s desire to spend more than £100m on six nuclear power plants to reduce the country’s dependence on fossil fuels. It reports that Mr Sunak has refused to offer any commitment to fund the project, as it would “tie future governments to vast investments”.
Financial Times front page
The Financial Times reports a warning from the Bank of England that incomes in the UK face a “historic shock” this year. The paper says the bank’s governor Andrew Bailey said Russia’s invasion of Ukraine would exacerbate existing inflation and cost of living pressures, with the energy price rise expected to exceed any single year shock in the 1970s.
The Metro front page
The Metro’s top story is on the first public appearance for Prince Andrew since he paid £12m to settle a civil sex abuse case brought in the US after a woman accused him of assaulting her when she was 17. Prince Andrew has continued to deny the claims. The paper reports the “disgraced royal” will appear at a thanksgiving ceremony to celebrate the life of his father Prince Philip at Westminster Abbey on Tuesday.
Daily Express front page
The Daily Express front page focuses on the return of the “triple lock” guarantee from the government over pensions. The paper reports state pensions will increase by 7.4% next year as chancellor Rishi Sunak “guaranteed” the return of the scheme.

Nearly all the front pages feature reports that the Russian billionaire Roman Abramovich and two Ukrainian negotiators were poisoned at informal peace talks – a week after Russia invaded Ukraine. 

Abramovich “blinded in poison attack” is the headline on the front of the Daily Mail. It says the oligarch suffered piercing eye pain, while skin on his face and hands peeled off, after eating chocolate at the talks.

A “chemical attack” left the Chelsea football club owner temporarily blinded, according to the Sun

The Times says the apparent attack has been blamed on Russian hardliners opposed to a peace deal. However, the paper also quotes an American official casting doubt on claims of an attack – and pointing instead to an “environmental factor”.  The Daily Mirror calls the suspected poisoning a “new Russia outrage”.

Roman Abramovich
Roman Abramovich at the Uefa Champions League final last May

The Guardian and The Daily Telegraph both lead on so-called Partygate. They say Scotland Yard has concluded that “laws were broken at the heart of government”, as they report that the first 20 or so fines for Covid lockdown breaches in Downing Street are to be issued, “with more to come”. 

The Telegraph says it is unclear who exactly will be fined, but adds this development risks reigniting the political backlash which Prime Minister Boris Johnson faced earlier in the year. 

“Johnson and Sunak row goes nuclear” is the headline on the front of the i newspaper. It reports that the UK’s new energy strategy is being delayed because of a disagreement over the prime minister’s desire to spend more than £100bn on nuclear power. 

The i says Mr Johnson wants six or seven nuclear power stations to be built as part of Britain’s pivot away from fossil fuels, but it says Chancellor Rishi Sunak has refused to agree to such a spending commitment. 

The Daily Express leads with a report that state pensions will increase by more than 7% next year. The paper says Mr Sunak is guaranteeing the return of the “triple lock”, after criticism of its suspension. 

The policy commits to increasing the value of the state pension every new tax year by either inflation, average wage growth or 2.5% – whichever is higher. The Express says the move will be welcomed by pensioners, who it says have been “battered by the soaring cost of living”. 

“Duke back on parade” is the headline on the front of The Metro. It reports that Prince Andrew will today make his first public appearance with the Royal Family since settling his US sex assault case. 

The paper says he is listed to be among the guests who will be attending the thanksgiving service for the Duke of Edinburgh at Westminster Abbey. 

Will Smith and Jada Pinkett Smith
Will Smith posed with his Oscar and wife Jada Pinkett Smith after the ceremony

Pictures of actor Will Smith striking comedian Chris Rock in the face during the Oscars’ ceremony in Los Angeles cover the front pages. 

The Independent calls it “the slap that overshadowed the Oscars”. “Acting out” is how the Times describes what happened, when Smith saw red after a joke was made about his wife’s hair loss.

The Sun describes the fallout as a “Hollywood punch-up”, with stars divided as the organisers of the Oscars launch an inquiry. 

The Mail thinks the slap could cost Smith his best actor award for the film King Richard, with which he was presented a short time later.

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