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Ace Press News From Cutting Room Floor: Published: Jan.25: 2023:

#AceDailyNews says here’s today’s Newspaper Headlines: It’s all about ‘ Chancellor Saying No Tax Cuts ‘ as PUSH is for GROWTH but with people pulling in THEIR BELTS and spending LESS to pay for ‘ Heating & Eating ‘ Kindness & Love XX says 🙏🙏’s to God to ‘ Teach Leaders to Guide Nation ‘ not Make People Poorer Amen

The Daily Telegraph front page.
The Daily Telegraph reports that the West is to send nearly 200 tanks to Ukraine in a potential hammer blow for Russia’s President Vladimir Putin. Military researcher Kirill Mikhailov said deliveries of tanks on that scale could “change the course of the war”. The paper also says Chancellor Jeremy Hunt is facing growing pressure to cut taxes this spring after figures revealed households paid an average of £821 more in taxes this financial year.
The front page of the Daily Mail.
The Daily Mail says some Conservative MPs are arguing tax cuts are needed now to help balance the Treasury’s books after the national debt hit £2.5tn.
The front page of the i.
The i reports that the chancellor was surprised by the spike in public borrowing, with a Treasury source telling the paper the amount was “way higher” than expected. It says Mr Hunt will tell MPs the Treasury cannot afford to cut taxes in the Budget.
The Times front page.
The Times says the Office for Budget Responsibility told Mr Hunt it over-estimated the prospects for medium-term growth in the economy last year and it intends to revise its forecasts down. The paper says while any recession this year will be shorter than expected, the long-term prospects are bleaker.
The Guardian front page.
Germany’s expected announcement that it will send Leopard 2 tanks to Ukraine leads the Guardian’s front page. It says the decision is likely to made public on Wednesday. The paper’s main image is of actress Michelle Yeoh, who was nominated for best actress by the Oscars.
The front page of the FT.
And the Financial Times reports that Berlin is also going to approve Poland’s request to send some of its own Leopard tanks to Ukraine. Elsewhere, it says Eurostar trains are running more than a third empty during its morning peak because of delays caused by post-Brexit border arrangements.
The Daily Express front page.
The Daily Express says Mr Hunt’s team is considering raising the state pension age 11 years earlier than originally planned. It reports the increase is currently set for 2046 but the Treasury wants it brought forward to 2035. The Centre for Ageing Better told the paper that the planned changes “should not be rushed”.
Daily Mirror front page
The Daily Mirror reports Chief Inspector of Probation Justin Russell as saying he cannot guarantee the public is being properly protected. Speaking after a report into failings that left a man who was wrongly assessed as “medium risk” free to kill Zara Aleena, Mr Russell said probation staff were overworked.
The front page of the Sun.
Some contestants taking part in a game show based on Netflix’s Squid Game suffered frostbite while filming in the UK, the Sun says. Participants competing for a £3.7m prize spent hours in temperatures as low as -3C, the paper reports. Players told the Sun the experience felt “like a warzone” and contestants were “left in tears”.
The front page of the Daily Star.
The Daily Star warns microchips in fridges, doorbells and laptops could mean Britons are being spied on.

Germany’s reported decision to send tanks to Ukraine features on several front pages.

A “hammer blow for Putin” is how the Daily Telegraph describes Germany’s move, which it says came after Berlin “succumbed” to weeks of international pressure. It quotes Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky’s chief of staff as saying the new tanks are going to be the “punching fist of democracy against the autocracy from the bog” of Russia.

The Financial Times calls it a “significant breakthrough” in Western efforts to help Ukraine. It says the move suggests that Germany and the US are now acting in concert. Berlin had appeared to rule out sending tanks unless Washington – now reported to be considering sending its Abrams vehicles – did the same.

The Guardian calls the development ‘historic’. It says the “ground-breaking” decision – which puts German tanks on a European battlefield for the first time since World War Two – will end months of painful soul-searching for a country haunted by its Nazi past.

The state of the economy is also a concern for some of the papers. The Daily Mail’s front-page headline “2.5 trillion reasons UK must go for growth” refers to the latest national debt figure, which the paper calls “shocking”. It says an array of economic data is piling pressure on Chancellor Jeremy Hunt to come up with a plan for growth. 

Chancellor Jeremy Hunt

The Times leads on a warning that the government spending watchdog intends to revise its estimates for medium-term growth down, leaving the chancellor with a £9bn black hole just before the budget in March. The paper says it understands the Office for Budget Responsibility now believes longer-term prospects are also bleaker, though any recession this year is likely to be “shorter and shallower”‘ than expected. 

The Daily Express urges ministers not to go ahead with proposals to increase the state pension age to 68 – 11 years earlier than planned. “Increase our pension age at your peril”, it warns, saying the move would provoke a backlash from older workers, many of whom would be forced to push back their retirement plans.

The Daily Mirror asks the government when it will address what the paper calls “deadly failings” of the criminal justice system. It quotes Chief Inspector of Probation Justin Russell as saying he cannot guarantee that the public is being protected properly, after his report criticised failings that left a man who was wrongly assessed as “medium risk” free to kill Zara Aleena.

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