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#AceDailyNews says here’s todays Newspaper headlines: Its all about ‘ British Airways Strikes ‘ following close onto ‘ RMT Week of Strikes ‘ and now also ‘ Teachers & NHS ‘ plan strikes this year – Now you would have thought that is all today – But Tories today lose two by-elections to Labour & Liberals as ‘ Tory Ship Boris Or Big Bear as he is Known ‘ is lisping but Captain Boris is still looking at the going down with the well at least some hands Kindness & Love XX says well lets just 🙏🙏 for God to Intervene into Human History soon Amen

Guardian front page
A number of the papers lead with news that British Airways staff have voted to strike over a pay dispute. The Guardian reports that hundreds of check-in and ground staff plan to walk out, with the dates of the strikes likely to coincide with the school holidays.
Daily Mirror front page
“Air rage” is the Daily Mirror’s headline. The paper reports that staff at Heathrow Airport backed the walk-out after bosses refused to reinstate a 10% wage cut which was brought in during the Covid pandemic.
Metro front page
The Metro says the move could leave holidaymakers stranded. Staff are planning to walk out in July and August.
i front page
The i says tens of thousands of holidaymakers face “severe disruption” during what is the peak getaway period. The action could hit 58,000 passengers a day at terminals 3 and 5, the paper reports.
Financial Times front page
The Financial Times’ headline says “summer of discontent fears rise” with BA staff planning to strike and talks to avoid further rail disruption breaking down. During fresh talks between rail bosses and unions on Thursday, both sides failed to agree on pay rises and compulsory redundancies, the paper reports.
Daily Mail front page
In other news, Boris Johnson is said by the Daily Mail to have urged the Prince of Wales to keep an open mind about the UK’s plan to send asylum seekers to Rwanda ahead of their meeting on Friday. It was previously reported that Prince Charles had privately criticised the plan as “appalling”.
The Times front page
The Times reports that royal aides are thought to be frustrated that the furore over the Rwanda asylum plan is overshadowing Prince Charles’s first visit to the country. The PM and the Prince of Wales will meet in Kigali, Rwanda’s capital, ahead of the first meeting of Commonwealth leaders in four years.
Telegraph front page
Meanwhile, the Telegraph reports that the prime minister will relax the push to use green fuel, despite it being part of the government’s net zero pledge. There are concerns the push to use green fuel could contribute to the cost of living crisis, the paper says.
Daily Express
The Daily Express reports that a judge from the European Court of Human Rights has said he was taken aback to discover the colleague behind the decision to halt a plane taking asylum seekers from the UK to Rwanda had not been identified. Judge Latif Huseynov said it was a “public decision, so the name of the judge should be published”.
The Sun front page
The Queen has been seen riding a horse again, The Sun reports, in what it calls a “remarkable comeback that will cheer the nation”. The monarch has been for “gentle trips” in Windsor, the paper says, some nine months after she was told to quit horse riding.
Daily Star front page
And finally, the Daily Star reports that Alexa, the virtual assistant technology, is set to add “raising the dead” to its list of household tasks. The paper says it will soon be capable of “resurrecting” voices of loved ones who have died.
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“Is there no end to this?” is how the Daily Express responds to the news that BA check-in staff at Heathrow have voted to go on strike

The Sun warns people face another summer of ruined holidays

The Daily Mirror blames the airline for treating its staff “appallingly”, while the Guardian says the vote reflects growing unrest among millions of workers across different sectors who are struggling because of soaring prices. 

The Daily Telegraph says the BA strikes are likely to be in late July, after schools break up, and says ministers believe the next round of rail strikes will also target the school holidays. 

Its editorial warns of a growing sense that Britain is “decaying” and suggests we may be heading back to the broken system of the 1970s. 

The Times, though, quotes sources as saying rail companies and unions have “edged closer towards a deal”. 

Its visit to the picket line found flapjacks and goodwill, rather than “brooding unease” and revolution. 

The Financial Times says pay settlements for public sector staff are potentially on track to be as much as 5% this year, to avert widespread strikes by key workers.

British Airways planes

The Daily Telegraph reports that Boris Johnson wants to relax the push towards greener fuel, because of concerns it could worsen the cost of living crisis. 

The production of biofuel uses wheat and maize, and the paper says the prime minister wants land to instead be used for producing more food. 

The paper says the change will affect the government’s targets for reducing vehicle emissions.

According to the Times, Mr Johnson has “reignited his row” with the Prince of Wales about the policy of sending asylum seekers to Rwanda by urging critics to keep an open mind. 

It says an expected meeting between the men today will be the first since the paper reported that Prince Charles had privately called the policy “appalling”. 

The Daily Mail says the prime minister’s words were a “rebuke” to the Prince, adding that Clarence House is understood to be unhappy that the controversy is overshadowing a “well-received” Royal trip to Kigali. 

The i says the Queen is popular with the public partly because she is so discreet, and says “this meddling” by Charles “may yet dog him and the monarchy”.

The Guardian reports that yesterday’s ruling by the US Supreme Court, to extend the right to carry guns was a blow to attempts to introduce new controls. The Telegraph calls it a setback for US President Joe Biden. 

The New York Times says the ruling has far-reaching implications and will make it harder for any states to restrict firearms. 

In Texas, where 19 children died in a school shooting last month, there is a strong response. The Houston Chronicle says the ruling has “ignored the current nightmare of gun violence”. The San Antonio Express-News says we need to “seriously rethink the ease with which ordinary civilians can access military-grade firepower”, arguing the situation is out of hand.

And finally, the Sun claims a royal exclusive on its front page, saying the Queen has been riding a horse again – nine months after being told to stop for health reasons. 

The paper calls it “a remarkable comeback that will cheer the nation”.

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