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#AceDailyNews says here’s today’s Newspaper Headlines: Well people’s on this day of ‘ Silence ‘ across the world after that ‘ Fateful Day ‘ Jesus (Iesu) died to save us ALL their is people fighting in Jerusalem over who can visit and 🙏🙏 in the al – Aqsa Mosque when will they ever learn that God (by any other name) wants Peace ON Earth and he sacrificed his son so we can live in peace and harmony Amen
Kindness & Love XX ❤️❤️ says 🙏🙏’s today are for people to stop being Right & Wrong and for the Truth in peoples ❤️❤️ Amen
“Rwanda plan will fail,” is the headline on the front of the Guardian, which highlights the UN refugee agency’s condemnation of the government’s decision to send asylum seekers to the east African country.
Gillian Triggs, an assistant high commissioner at the UNHCR, tells the paper that the proposed arrangement would only accommodate a few hundred people a year, making it extremely expensive, as well as illegal and discriminatory.
Ministers have insisted the scheme will save money in the “longer term”.
The i newspaper says that Channel migrants will still try to make the crossing to Kent, despite the threat of being sent to Rwanda.
Among them is a Sudanese man, living in a tent in Calais with his wife and son, who tells the paper of his plans to try again to cross the sea: “Sometimes you arrive, sometimes you die.”
According to the Daily Telegraph, Home Secretary Priti Patel is facing a “staff mutiny” over the controversial scheme, after the paper says a top mandarin formally challenged its value for money.
The Telegraph says unions representing staff in Whitehall have warned of mass walk-outs, and transfer requests, over the ethical and legal implications of the policy.
However, the Daily Mail says a survey it carried out suggests that Britons back the plan to send asylum seekers to Rwanda by two to one.
The paper says that even Labour voters are more likely to support the policy than oppose it, potentially causing problems for the party’s leader, Sir Keir Starmer.
The Times leads on a report that SAS troops are “training local forces in Ukraine”.
The paper says Ukrainian commanders have told it that serving British special forces have given training to officers from two battalions stationed in and around Kyiv, in the past two weeks.
The Ministry of Defence has not commented on the story.
The Financial Times leads on Twitter’s “poison pill” strategy, to try to “thwart” Elon Musk from taking over the social media company.
The paper says Twitter’s “aggressive move”, which makes it harder for the billionaire to increase his stake above 15%, looks set to damage his hopes of buying the group.
The Daily Mail reports that tens of thousands of civil servants are being allowed to carry on working from home indefinitely.
An investigation by the paper has found that at least 20 government agencies and Whitehall departments have policies whereby staff are expected to be at the office “just two days a week”, despite ministers urging a return for the sake of the economy.
“We’ll bring the kids soon,” is the Daily Mirror’s headline, after Prince Harry and Meghan visited the Queen on their way to the Invictus Games in the Netherlands.
The paper says “Lilibet 1” will get to meet her namesake great-grandchild “at last”.
The Sun says the Duke of Sussex was behind the “clear-the-air” meeting at Windsor Castle with Prince Charles and the Queen on Thursday.
“When Harry went Pally,” is how the paper sums up the “olive branch” visit.
It’s “boomtime”, according to the Daily Express – and it’s all due to stay-at-home Britons.
The paper says families who have snubbed foreign trips for an Easter holiday in the UK are set to boost the economy to the tune of £2bn as they “spend, spend, spend”.
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