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Ace Press News From Cutting Room Floor: Published: Dec.04: 2022:

#AceDailyNews says here’s todays Newspaper Headlines: Its all about ‘ Come on England’ as Harry Kane 🙏’s for Help & Guidance to WIN after being drawn against Senegal – Nope its all about BELIEVING that as its on ITV NOT BBC they have LOST MOST GAMES – So Harry it’s in the ‘ Hands of God 🤝 wether you WIN OR LOSE but Kindness & Love XX says 🙏🙏’s for its HOW you play the game with ‘ Fairness ‘ Amen

The front page of the Sunday Mirror, 4 December
Sunday’s front pages look ahead to England’s “crunch” match against Senegal in the World Cup – with the Sunday Mirror featuring a photograph of captain Harry Kane making prayer hands during training. It also reports that the Duke and Duchess of Sussex’s Netflix series, which will be released next week, is “utterly explosive”.
Front page of Sunday People, 4 December
The Sunday People declares “Yes We Kane” ahead of England’s World Cup qualifier against Senegal. It features a photo of top England goalscorers Marcus Rashford, Phil Foden and captain Harry Kane proudly flying the England flag.
Front page of the Daily Star, 4 December
BBC sporting pundit Gary Lineker takes centre stage on the Daily Star Sunday. Never one to shy away from a looming cut-out, the newspaper has asked readers to give Mr Lineker’s ears “a rub for good luck” ahead of the England vs Senegal match later. “Come on England”, says its headline.
Front page of the Sunday Express, 4 December
The Sunday Express reports that the Prince of Wales has issued a “warning shot” to Prince Harry. The paper says he “is poised to challenge” his brother if his upcoming Netflix series attacks the royal family. It adds that palace officials are “gearing up to mount a briefing war” ahead of the show’s release next week.
The front page of the Sunday Telegraph, 4 December
Pharmacies could be drafted in to help during this month’s nurses strike, the Sunday Telegraph reports. Ahead of the two-day walkout – the first ever national strike in the profession’s history – chemists could be given permission to diagnose patients with minor conditions and prescribe antibiotics, the paper says.
Front page of the Sun on Sunday, 4 December 2022
England’s top World Cup goalscorers Marcus Rashford and Phil Foden are pride of place at the top of the Sun on Sunday’s front page. The newspaper reports England manager Gareth Southgate has pledged to win the game for fans at home. Its lead story reports that Prince Harry allegedly made a comment about the British public needing to “learn a lesson” before his Oprah Winfrey TV interview on his decision to move away from being a working member of the Royal Family.
Front cover of the Observer, 4 December
The Observer reports ministers were “under intense pressure” to open new pay talks with unions to avert the impending NHS strikes. It reports that union leaders are “furious” that Health Secretary Steve Barclay is refusing to discuss improving its pay offer for workers, which is currently capped at 3%.
Front page of the Sunday Times, 4 December
“Panicking Tories plan tough new laws on asylum,” the Sunday Times reports. It says a new law to curb migration to the UK could be introduced by the government before Christmas.

The Sunday Telegraph reports that ministers are considering using pharmacies to – in its words – “help break NHS strike action.” 

Under the proposals, chemists would be able to diagnose patients with minor conditions, and prescribe antibiotics where necessary. 

The Telegraph notes that a similar scheme was shelved earlier this year because of opposition from GPs. 

On its front page, the Observer says the government is under pressure from NHS sources and unions to reopen talks to avert the strikes. 

Leaders from the nursing union, the RCN and Unison suggest a deal could be reached. The shadow health secretary, Wes Streeting, accuses ministers of “spoiling for a fight” over the pay dispute.

The Sun on Sunday declares that there are “just 48 hours left” to avoid what it calls “Christmas-wrecking train strikes”. 

The paper says the prime minister is considering taxing money the unions give workers, to cover lost wages during walkouts, and requiring extra ballots for six month plus rolling strikes. 

The Sunday Times suggests the impact of the action has been mitigated because people now work from home. 

The paper’s columnist, Dominic Lawson, points out that the Treasury has calculated that, if all public sector workers received an inflationary pay rise, it would cost as much as raising the basic income tax rate by four-and-a-half pence in the pound.

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