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#AceDailyNews says here’s todays Newspaper Headlines: Its all about ‘ Rwanda Flight ‘ to begin transferring ‘ Migrants Who Want Asylum ‘ to be processed and first leaves tonight as ‘ Human Rights Groups ‘ lay down on road to airport to try to delay things even further Kindness & Love says Love Thy Neighbour Amen

The i newspaper front page
Reaction to the Court of Appeal’s decision to allow the first flight taking asylum seekers to Rwanda to go ahead leads some of the papers. The i newspaper focuses on criticism by Church of England leaders, who call it an “immoral policy that shames Britain”.
Daily Mail front page
“The court of common sense” is the Daily Mail’s approving headline, as it says Home Secretary Priti Patel’s plan to transport asylum seekers to east Africa was given a “huge boost” by the court’s rejection of “left-wing activists’ demands”. But the paper says it is a “farce” that only a handful remain from an original passenger list of 130 after a series of individual legal challenges.
Metro front page
Metro’s headline says the flight is now “clear for take-off”, but just seven people – thought to be originally from Iraq, Albania and Syria – are due to be on board when the plane takes off at 22:30 BST on Tuesday from RAF Lyneham in Wiltshire.
Guardian front page
The Guardian’s lead story says the EU is poised to launch legal action against the UK over ministers’ claims that an “emergency loophole” allows them to scrap post-Brexit checks and standards in Northern Ireland. The paper says the UK made a “surprising admission” that its new law to change the Northern Ireland Protocol governing trade with Britain would mean it did not meet its obligations under international law.
The Times front page
Britain could face unlimited fines for failing to implement the Northern Ireland Protocol as agreed, or find that all or part of its wider trade deal with the EU is suspended, the Times reports. It says the EU accused Boris Johnson of abandoning “constructive co-operation” but the prime minister said his changes were “relatively trivial”.
Financial Times front page
The Financial Times says the prime minister defied a “chorus of criticism” to publish plans to rip up the protocol, and claimed there was “no other way” to protect the peace process in Northern Ireland, as the Democratic Unionist Party refused to join power-sharing in Stormont until the trade issues were resolved.
Daily Telegraph front page
“No tax cuts before inflation cools off” is the warning in the Daily Telegraph’s headline, as the paper reports that the prime minister is unlikely to reduce taxes to help with the cost of living before next year. No 10 and the Treasury fear that cutting income tax and reversing the National Insurance increase any earlier than that could fuel further price rises.
Daily Mirror front page
The Daily Mirror’s headline reports that the Duke of Cambridge has given the Queen an ultimatum to block the Duke of York’s return to public life after settling a sex assault case, saying: “It’s Andrew or me”. Prince William threatened to pull out of a royal procession at Windsor if his uncle was allowed to take part, the paper says.
Daily Express front page
Covering the same story, the Daily Express says Prince Andrew believes other senior royals are denying him his “birthright” and says his “rift” with other royals has deepened.
The Sun front page
Another royal story leads the Sun, as the paper reports that Prince William is moving his family to a new home on the Windsor estate, near to the Queen. The paper says four-bedroom Adelaide Cottage “needs no extra taxpayer security or costly refurb”.
Daily Star front page
And the Daily Star warns of “scorchio mayhem” during the coming heatwave. The paper says we face “an invasion of killer hornets, heatstroke and airport baggage hell” as Ryanair staff go on strike.
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” Clear for take-off” is Metro’s headline as it covers the Court of Appeal ruling that means the first Rwanda asylum flight can leave the UK as planned this evening.

The Daily Mail hails what it calls a judgement from “the court of common sense”, but the paper says it’s a “farce” that just a handful of the original 130 passengers will be on board

The i newspaper leads on criticism of the policy from the leadership of the Church of England, with the plan described by bishops as “immoral” and something that “shames Britain”.

Boeing 767-35D/ER chartered by the government to fly asylum seekers to Rwanda

The Daily Telegraph reports that Boris Johnson is not planning to cut people’s taxes until inflation is brought under control. The paper suggests this means that action is unlikely before next year.

Downing Street and the Treasury are said to fear that prices could rise further if taxes are reduced to help with the cost of living. 

But according to the Sun, Conservative MPs are urging the prime minister not to listen to “bean counters in Number 11” and “cut levies to turbocharge growth”. 

“Stop boring everyone to death” is the warning to Sir Keir Starmer from some members of his shadow cabinet in the Times. 

In a sign of what the paper calls “unease” in party circles about Labour’s prospects of winning the next election, several of Sir Keir’s frontbench have urged him to set out his priorities for government before September’s party conference. 

One minister says that to loads of their constituents the Labour leader “just doesn’t exist”, while another warns that Sir Keir’s team lacks “energy and direction”. 

“It’s Andrew or me” is the ultimatum the Duke of Cambridge is said to have issued about yesterday’s Order of the Garter ceremony. 

A senior source has told the Daily Mirror that Prince William was “adamant” he would not be involved if the Duke of York insisted on taking part publicly. 

The Daily Express calls the decision to bar Prince Andrew from events in Windsor a “fresh blow” for the Queen’s middle son.

His future is reportedly causing a “major headache” for officials, with Andrew keen to assert his hereditary right to return to working royal life as soon as possible following his civil sex abuse case. 

File photo of the Duke of York at church near the Sandringham estate

The Guardian reports that the European Union is “poised” to begin legal action against the UK, after the government published legislation to overhaul post-Brexit trading arrangements in Northern Ireland. 

The Financial Times says any legal case would probably end up in the European Court of Justice, which could impose fines. If the UK then refuses to pay, the EU could then impose tariffs on British goods. 

And finally, “the train arriving at platform 1 is 32 years late” says the Times, as it reports on the resumption of services on a suburban railway line in Rome

The route between Vigna Clara and St Peter’s was opened to great fanfare as part of the hosting of the 1990 football World Cup, but it was forced to close for repairs after just eight days.

Passengers are getting nine departures a day but more are promised more if the line proves popular, with the Times concluding things are “back on track”.

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