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Ace Press News From Cutting Room Floor: Published: Jan.18: 2023:

#AceDailyNews says here’s todays Newspaper Headlines: Its all about ‘ Monster & Serial Rapist of the MET and Investigation into ‘ Police Officers ‘ CONDUCT OF PROFESSIONALISM ‘ which with INVESTIGATION of ‘ 1,000 Sexual Abuse Case’s & 800 Officers being Investigated according to MET Commissioner Rowley Kindness & Love XX says 🙏🙏’s for ‘ Help & Guidance ‘ to God to show law enforcement the ‘ Right Way Path & Lead Them From Wrong Path of life Amen

The Guardian front page, Tuesday 17 January 2023
“Met officer admits to brutal campaign of rape and terror”, is how the Guardian sums up the scandal surrounding a Metropolitan Police officer who has admitted dozens of rape and sexual offences against 12 women. David Carrick was found to have sent some of his victims selfies in his uniform while at work, among other “shocking revelations”, the paper writes. It also looks at Prime Minister Rishi Sunak’s decision to block Scotland’s gender recognition law.
The Telegraph front page, Tuesday 17 January 2023
The Telegraph focuses on the Met’s admission that it “failed” the public by allowing Carrick to be in its ranks. In a statement, the force’s commissioner Sir Mark Rowley said Carrick “abused women in the most disgusting way” – and apologised. Elsewhere, the paper looks at Scottish First Minister Nicola Sturgeon’s reaction to her gender bill being blocked by the UK. Cartoonist Matt Pritchett also looks ahead to teachers’ strikes in England and Wales, set to take place next month and in March.
Metro front page, Tuesday 17 January 2023
A workplace nickname Carrick “boasted” about to his victims features in the Metro’s report, with the paper describing his offences as “sickening”. There are also some details about the abuse suffered by his victims, including being locked in a cupboard under Carrick’s stairs and ordered not to eat.
The Mirror front page, Tuesday 17 January 2023
The Met’s “nine chances to stop” Carrick is the focus of the Daily Mirror’s front page, as well as some others. The headline refers to multiple allegations brought against Carrick while he served as a police officer, and Met Commissioner Sir Mark’s admission that the force had failed to apply “the same sense of ruthlessness to guarding our own integrity that we apply to confronting criminals”.
The Daily Mail front page, Tuesday 17 January 2023
The Daily Mail asks “how many more monsters” there are in uniform, pointing to the fact the Met is now investigating more than 1,000 sexual and domestic abuse claims involving about 800 of its officers. As well as a reference to what the paper describes as “Sunak’s historic slapdown for Sturgeon’s gender law”, there is also a nod to Italian actress Gina Lollobrigida, whose death was announced on Monday.
i paper front page
The wider Met investigation into hundreds of its own officers sits in the centre of the i’s front page. Elsewhere, and alongside images of Mr Sunak and a worried-looking Ms Sturgeon, is the paper’s report into a “constitutional clash” between the UK government and Scotland. The PM’s “landmark decision” to block Holyrood’s gender law sets up a potential “historic court battle” between two Union nations, it writes.
The Sun front page, Tuesday 17 January 2023
Using similar language as the Daily Mail, the Sun refers to Carrick as a “monster of the Met” and a “beast”. On its website, the paper also carries an exclusive interview with his ex-partner. On a lighter note, the front page includes a report about West Ham footballer Declan Rice being identified as Arsenal’s top summer transfer target.
The Daily Express front page, Tuesday 17 January 2023
Pointing a finger at the Met, the Daily Express asks how the force missed a “serial rapist in its ranks”. The paper also reports that former PM Boris Johnson’s upcoming memoir could make him as much as £6m. It was widely reported on Monday that Mr Johnson had signed a deal with publisher HarperCollins to detail his time at 10 Downing Street.
The Times front page, Tuesday 17 January 2023
Focusing on other stories of the day, the Times looks at how the upcoming teachers’ strikes in England and Wales “will hit millions of pupils”. Teachers are “turning their backs” on children after 90% of union members voted to support industrial action, says Education Secretary Gillian Keegan, who has written a piece in the paper. There is also a report on how ill health among working-age people is costing the economy the equivalent of 7% of the UK’s GDP, according to an analysis by the paper’s own Health Commission.
FT front page, Tuesday 17 January 2023
The lead story on the Financial Times’ front page is the continued rescue mission in the Ukrainian city of Dnipro, after a Russian missile attack killed at least 40 people there on Sunday. An astonishing image shows a crane lifting pieces from the rubble of an apartment block destroyed in the blast.
Daily Star front page, January 17 2023
The arrest of Italy’s most-wanted Mafia boss, Matteo Messina Denaro, dominates the Daily Star front page. Beside a headline that reads ‘Bada bing!’ – referring to the popular phrase from The Godfather film series – is an image of the moment Denaro was taken into custody after 30 years on the run. Elsewhere, there is a photo of Carrick, who is described as a “sick cop”.

Almost all of Tuesday’s front pages feature the Met Police officer David Carrick who plead guilty to dozens of sexual offences. “Just how did police miss serial rapist in its ranks?” asks the Daily Express. The Sun describes him as a “monster of the Met”, while the Daily Mirror says the Met had nine chances to stop him but failed to act. “Just how many more monsters in uniform?” asks the Daily Mail.

The Daily Telegraph says the Met Commissioner Sir Mark Rowley will be under particular pressure because – as the former assistant commissioner in charge of specialist operations – he was, in effect, Carrick’s boss when some of his offending was taking place. In an editorial, the Mirror says official apologies and admissions of failures are not enough. The paper says those paid to uphold the law must come up with a foolproof system to avoid recruiting “villains”, and catch offenders in uniform. 

Former home secretary Priti Patel tells the Express that a change of law is needed to help clean up the Met. An editorial in the Sun describes Scotland Yard as a “broken force which betrays Londoners and shames Britain”.

Met Commissioner Sir Mark Rowley
Met Commissioner Sir Mark Rowley has apologised for the force’s failings over David Carrick

Elsewhere, the Telegraph describes the UK government’s decision to block Scotland’s law on gender recognition as unprecedented, while the Guardian says Scottish ministers will mount a legal challenge. The i newspaper says the dispute will only deepen the rift between the two governments, but argues that this isn’t likely to increase support for independence in Scotland. 

In an editorial, the Times says Prime Minister Rishi Sunak was right to block the Holyrood law because it effectively extends the new Scottish right of gender-self identification to the rest of the UK, by the backdoor, and that is unacceptable. The Mail agrees, describing Mr Sunak’s decision as “an act of political courage that will be applauded on both sides of the border”.

Supporters of Scotland's gender recognition bill take part in a protest outside Parliament in Edinburgh, December 2022
Supporters of Scotland’s gender recognition bill protested in Edinburgh last month

Writing in the Times, Education Secretary Gillian Keagan accuses teachers of “turning their backs” on children after members of the National Education Union (NEU) voted to stage strikes in England and Wales. The paper says ministers are concerned that the walk-outs will disrupt education and harm the economy, because parents will have to stay off work. But the union has warned that teachers are leaving the profession in droves, while the government seems “unbothered about the conditions they are allowing schools and colleges to slide into”.

The Financial Times says billions of pounds in tax is being uncollectedbecause more than 2,000 HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC) staff have been transferred to work on Brexit and Covid schemes. The paper says Treasury Minister Victoria Atkins gave the details in a response to questions from the Liberal Democrats. She revealed that the amount of tax recovered through compliance had fallen by about £6bn in recent years.

And finally, some of the papers report that Boris Johnson is expected to earn about £6m for his memoir. The Express says the book will be a sensational expose, although so far it has no title or publication date. The Mirror says the book should be found in the fiction section of bookshops.

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