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#AceDailyNews says here’s todays Newspaper Headlines: Its all about 🙏’s worked for Captain Harry Kane coming good with ‘ Three Goals to Englands Lions ‘ against Senegal Nil as they Now reach the Quarter Finals and now its France on Saturday and they are HOPING for Nil Point from other side Kindness & Love XX says 🙏🙏’s worked ‘ Fairness Was The Game ‘ thank you God Amen

Front page of i newspaper, 5 December
Photographs of England footballers celebrating their 3-0 win against Senegal at the World Cup feature across Monday’s front pages. The i newspaper is among several to carry an image of Phil Foden, Harry Kane and Bukayo Saka. Away from the football, the i leads with an exclusive on energy firms targeting the homes of customers in fuel poverty. It says companies are using contentious “utility warrants” so they can force entry into the homes of struggling customers.
Front page of Metro, 5 December
Metro makes a nod to England’s next opponents, carrying the headline “Here Oui Go!”. The newspaper said that England “roared into the World Cup quarter-finals”, and will now face “a thrilling clash” with reigning champions, France.
Front page of the Daily Star, 5 December
Millions of football fans are waking up to a “Monster Monday” and the “Hangover Part 2” following the England squad’s victory, the Daily Star reports.
Front page of the Sun, 5 December
The Sun pays tribute to the “heroes” of the World Cup England squad following their victory against Senegal. Its main story reports that England’s Raheem Stirling had to race back from the tournament after an alleged armed raid at his mansion – while his fiancée and two children were inside.
Front page of the Mirror, 5 December
The Mirror’s splash features the England squad jubilantly celebrating the Sunday night win, carrying the headline “Dream World”. It also makes mention of Raheem Stirling’s emergency flight home after his family mansion was burgled.
Front page of the Daily Mail, 5 December
“Three-mendous!” exclaims the Daily Mail, paying tribute to the England squad’s 3-0 win. Its front page also reports an account in former Health Secretary Matt Hancock’s pandemic diaries about lobbying in support of a Covid contract by a Conservative peer.
Front page of the Guardian, 5 December
People are getting sicker and poorer, with “a gaping health and wealth divide” between regions getting worse, the Guardian reports. It reveals that 2.5m working-age adults are not in employment because of their poor health – raising concerns the government’s levelling up agenda is “being critically undermined”.
Front page of the Daily Telegraph, 5 December
Rail unions have rejected an 8% pay offer for workers, and will press on with plans for Christmas walkouts, the Daily Telegraph reports. One Conservative MP accused the unions of “holding the country to ransom” after the unions turned down the pay rise, ploughing ahead with the strikes planned for December 13, 14, 16 and 17 December.
Front page of the Times, 5 December
The Met Office is the latest organisation set to strike as part of mass public sector walkouts, the Times reports. The forecasters are set to announce industrial action after the government argued that £28bn of inflation-matching pay rises across the public sector are unaffordable. In-person mid life health checks will also be scrapped under plans to ease the burden on the NHS, the newspaper reports, with the face-to-face GP appointments to take place online instead.
Front page of Financial Times, 5 December
The EU has promised help for companies to offset the impact of US green companies, the Financial Times reports. Its lead story carries warnings from Ursula Von Der Leyen that the Brussels must “simplify and adapt” its rules on state aid, following concerns that US subsidies are being used to encourage European companies to relocate.

The joy at England’s victory over Senegal is evident. “Three-mendous!” declares the Daily Mail‘s headline. “Now for Le Showdown with France”, says the paper.

For the Guardian it was “Three … and easy”, as England saw off the Africa Cup of Nations’ champions. The paper also pictures an ecstatic captain, Harry Kane, embracing Phil Foden – and Bukayo Saka, after he scored England’s third goal. 

The Daily Telegraph goes with the same headline and proclaims England “magnifique”, after their “convincing win”.

England's Bukayo Saka celebrates scoring his goal in the match against Senegal at the Qatar World Cup with team-mates Harry Kane and Phil Foden on 4 December 29022

“Here Oui Go!” is written in bold on the front of the Metro – the French word being used in a pun because of England’s quarter final clash with France on Saturday. The front page shows the players cheering and fist-pumping – and their manager, Gareth Southgate, clapping from the side lines – after what it calls a “nervy” first 30 minutes. 

“We’re ready!” insists the Daily Express. It says Harry Kane is relishing a “battle” with the defending champions, after scoring for the first time in the tournament. 

The Daily Mirror calls it a “Dream World”. And in a nod to England’s 1966 World Cup win – and Christmas – the Mirror proclaims: “It’s coming ho-home.” 

“Roarsome,” is the The Sun’s verdict after the game. 

It also leads on the news that Raheem Sterling is flying home from Qatar,after an armed gang raided his Surrey mansion. The paper says his fiancée and their two children were inside at the time. 

Away from the football, i reports that energy firms are targeting customers having problems paying their bills. 

The paper says an investigation it has carried out has found that nearly half a million warrants – allowing companies to forcibly install pre-payment meters – have been granted in the past year. 

Energy UK, which represents companies in the sector, says suppliers face “difficult decisions” dealing with customers in debt, and warrants are a last resort. A former energy company worker tells the paper it is a “national scandal”. 

The Daily Mail leads with a claim by former Health Secretary Matt Hancock that the Conservative peer Lady Mone used “extraordinarily aggressive” lobbying in support of a Covid contract, during the pandemic.  

According to the paper, Mr Hancock says, in his new book, that he felt pressured to try to help a company – which he doesn’t name – win a contract to supply lateral flow tests.  He said he chose to ignore a message from her.  

The article says that a representative for Lady Mone declined to comment – and that she has previously denied benefiting financially from Covid contracts.

On its front page, the Times says that “as the pay storm gathers”, the Met Office is set to become the latest organisation to join public sector walkouts. 

The Times also reports that GP appointments for mid-life health checks will be abolished and moved online instead under plans to help ease the burden on the NHS. The paper says the scheme – which is being tested in Cornwall from today – will see patients answer questionnaires and take a blood sample at home. 

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