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#AceDailyNews says here’s todays Newspaper Headlines: The Mail on Sunday warns of a “No 10 pingdemic” after Health Secretary Sajid Javid’s positive #COVID19 test and close contacts Boris Johnson & Rishi Sunak to self isolate after being pinged …

July.18, 2021: @acenewsservices

The Observer front page 18 July 2021
Several papers look ahead to coronavirus restrictions easing in England on Monday, with the government facing growing criticism over its approach. The Observer leads with accusations from public health leaders who claim Boris Johnson is “letting Covid rip” by relaxing measures. Health Secretary Sajid Javid is among those to have tested positive for the virus – and he is understood to have visited No 10 on Friday, according to the Observer. The paper notes the PM could be in an uncomfortable position if he has to spend the widely-dubbed “freedom day” stuck indoors.

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Mr Javid’s positive Covid test has sparked a “No 10 pingdemic”, the Mail on Sunday says. According to the paper, the health secretary, who visited the Commons and Downing Street last week, had a lengthy face-to-face meeting with Mr Johnson hours before his symptoms developed. The Mail on Sunday quotes a source who warns that “half the Cabinet” could be in isolation by the end of the week.

The Sunday Mirror dubs 19 June “freedumb day”, reporting that the prime minister is facing criticism on a number of fronts about the lifting of restrictions. Doctors are urging Mr Johnson to do a U-turn, the paper adds, with one senior medic commenting: “I think we’re screwed.”

“Mayhem” is the situation facing the prime minister’s 19 June plans, reports the Sunday Times, with Britain facing disruption to food supplies, transport networks and industry. As an increasing number of workers are being told to self-isolate, sectors – including the London Underground – are feeling the effects. The paper notes that it emerged last week that 530,126 Test and Trace alerts telling people to self-isolate for 10 days were sent – a 46% increase on the previous week.

“Summer freedom farce” is the headline dominating the front of the Sunday Express as the paper leads with concerns that the government has created “chaos” with its changing guidance. Ministers have been accused of causing “confusion” over mask wearing and thousands of workers have been told to isolate after being contacted by the NHS Test and Trace app.

Elsewhere, the Sunday Telegraph says that ministers have been advised by the Joint Committee on Vaccination and Immunisation against rolling out the vaccine to all children. Instead, jabs will only be offered to vulnerable 12 to 15-year-olds and those aged 17 who are within three months of their 18th birthday, the paper adds. The Telegraph notes that the approach is different to that adopted by the US, Israel and France, where those over the age of 12 are being routinely vaccinated.

Meanwhile, the Daily Star Sunday reports that nearly 55,000 British Army personnel have not had a single dose of a Covid vaccine, with fears that younger people are choosing not to have the jab.

And the Sunday People’s front page is of double child killer Colin Pitchfork who, the paper reports, will be left off the sex offender register when he is released from prison due to a legal loophole.

It quotes an “insider” who suspects half the cabinet could end up isolating. 

A cabinet source tells the Sun on Sunday that Boris Johnson will “hate the idea of having to go into lockdown, especially on the eve of Freedom Day”.

The Observer notes that the prime minister would risk being accused of “double standards” if he were able to skip isolation by taking part in a Whitehall pilot which relies on daily tests. 

The Spectator takes up the same issue and asks: “Is a chunk of the cabinet about to go into self-isolation, or are we about to find out it’s one rule for them and one rule for us?”

In the Sunday Mirror, a neurologist – who is unhappy about the speed of unlocking – dubs Monday’s easing of Coronavirus restrictions in England as “Freedumb” Day

The Sunday Times predicts there could be “mayhem” – highlighting that self-isolating staff have already led to the shutdown of London Underground lines, with a major retailer warning that it could lead to gaps on shelves. 

PA MediaSajid Javid previously served in Boris Johnson’s cabinet as chancellor

A business leader raises concern in the Sunday Express that changing government guidance will bring about what it calls a “summer freedom farce”.

According to the Independent, scientists are pressing for young teenagers to be vaccinated, saying hundreds of thousands could get infected over the summer and tens of thousands could get long Covid.

But the Sunday Telegraph indicates that ministers have been advised against a rollout to all children until more is known about the potential risks.

The Sun on Sunday says two Wembley stewards have been arrested on suspicion of attempting to sell passes to the Euro 2020 final for £4,500. The passes are said to have put up for sale on Facebook along with high-vis bibs and wristbands: The Sun suggests any attempts to pass on access could give potential terrorists a means of getting into the stadium: Police said two men had been released “under investigation”.

The Sunday People reports on its front page that Colin Pitchfork, who murdered and raped two teenage girls, will not be added to the sex offender register when he is released from prison. It says the register is not used for people convicted of a sex crime before 1997. In the Sunday Mirror, the Ministry of Justice insists Pitchfork will face far stricter conditions – but the paper points out that he can change his name after release. Barbara Ashworth, whose daughter, Dawn, was murdered says she is absolutely shocked that this is allowed: PA Media: Colin Pitchfork has spent 33 years in prison for the rape and murder of 15-year-olds Lynda Mann and Dawn Ashworth……

Many people may have considered the impact of their return to work on their pets, but according to the Mail on Sunday, houseplants could get lonely too. Gardening experts tell the paper they will not fare well in silence and suggest putting on the radio for them. A professor of biotechnology says the plants will not thrive as well without the vibrations created by human movement and the extra carbon dioxide. But a plant biologist from Canada dismisses the idea of houseplant blues saying it will not make any difference if a home is full or empty.

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