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Ace Press News From Cutting Room Floor: Published: Feb.07: 2023:

#AceDailyNews says here’s todays Newspaper Headlines: Its all about ‘ Turkish #Earthquake that we published out latest update earlier here as those killed rises hourly and is already reported as thousands so today readers Kindness & Love XX says its 🙏🙏’s Lord Thy God for Families Amen

Metro front page
The Metro leads with a picture of a child being pulled from the wreckage of a collapsed building after two huge earthquakes left thousands dead in Turkey and Syria. The paper says residents, turned rescuers, gently passed the young girl between a gap that was once her home.
Daily Mirror front page
Leading with the same picture of a girl being rescued from the rubble, the Daily Mirror describes it as a “moment of hope amid the horror”. The paper says there is a race against time to save people who are trapped after hundreds of buildings collapsed. A British rescuer said “I can only describe it as Armageddon”, notes the paper.
Guardian front page
International rescue missions were rushing to Syria and Turkey on Monday after the region was hit by the most powerful earthquake in at least a century, the Guardian reports. The paper says a 7.8 magnitude quake hit in the darkness of a winter morning and was followed by a second 7.7 magnitude quake in the middle of the day.
Times front page
The Times says the death toll after the earthquake was expected to rise on Monday night, in a region already suffering war and a refugee crisis. The World Health Organization said the total figure could increase eightfold, the paper notes. It also features a picture of a girl being carried through a crowd after she was rescued from a collapsed building in Diyarbakir, Turkey.
Financial Times front page
Turkish President Recep Tayyip says that as removal efforts continue “we cannot know how high the number of dead and injured will rise”, reports the Financial Times. The paper says the earthquake was the “biggest quake in 84 years” and tremors were also felt in Egypt.
Daily Express front page
Rescuers were racing against the clock to save people trapped under the rubble of some 3,000 buildings flattened in Turkey, the Daily Express reports. The paper says most victims were asleep when the first quake hit at about 0400 local time.
Sun front page
“Help them” declares the Sun, as it reports 10,000 people are feared dead after the earthquakes. The paper leads with the launch of its Sun Earthquake Appeal and says all money raised will be donated to the British Red Cross. This story appears alongside a picture of Beyoncé at the Grammy’s 2023 where she won a record-breaking 32nd award.
Telegraph front page
Meanwhile, the former first minister Alex Salmond has accused Nicola Sturgeon of “throwing away” years of momentum for Scottish independence over her new trans law, the Daily Telegraph says. The paper reports on Mr Salmond’s first intervention in the row. He says Ms Sturgeon’s “self-indulgent nonsense” on gender self-identification laws had seen backing for independence decline sharply, the Telegraph notes.
Daily Mail front page
Amid warnings that Britain can no longer defend itself, Rishi Sunak was under pressure to increase military funding on Monday night, the Daily Mail reports. The paper says there are growing fears that there will be no extra money for the UK’s Armed Forces, despite the war in Ukraine. According to sources, this has “unsettled” senior military officers, the paper notes.
i front page
The return of former prime minister Liz Truss has damaged the Tory party, the i reports. Referencing a poll, the paper notes that people still do not like Truss and she has not been forgiven. The poll also reveals that Truss’ “toxic effect” was “baked in” from her time at No 10, the paper says.
Daily Star front page
The Daily Star says half-term holidays are being hit with new travel chaos as the number of new passports being lost hits a five-year high. Some 1 in 20 people are waiting more than 10 weeks for their passport, the paper notes.

The devastation in Turkey and Syria is depicted across the front pages. 

The Daily Mirror has the same image – describing it as a “moment of hope amid the horror”. 

It quotes a British rescuer saying: “I can only describe it as Armageddon.”

“Truly apocalyptic” is how the Daily Express sums up the disaster; “catastrophic” says the Guardian

HELP THEM” is the Sun’s headline – as it launches an emergency appeal. 

In an editorial the paper says it speaks volumes for Ukraine that it was among the first to offer help to Turkey – despite it being a “violated country fighting for its life”. 

It urges its readers to spare a few quid, if they can. 

People look at rubble and damage following an earthquake in Hatay, Turkey
People look at rubble and damage following an earthquake in Hatay, Turkey

It quotes sources as saying that the prime minister’s silence on the issue has “unsettled” senior military officers – as generals see the Army’s supply stores raided to provide support to Ukraine. 

The paper’s leader column warns that stinting on defence is a “dangerous folly” – because if security is compromised, “all other areas of national life are imperilled”.

The i focuses on the return to the political limelight of Liz Truss – with pollsters warning that her “comeback” has damaged the Conservativesand is highlighting divisions. 

It quotes the polling expert, Sir John Curtice as saying the “toxic effect of Truss” is baked in from her time in Number 10. 

Her allies insist she is loyal to Mr Sunak – and her comeback is an attempt to create a tax-cutting legacy, after failing to achieve that in office. 

The Daily Mirror accuses the former PM of being “unapologetic” – with the headline “Not me, Gov.” 

Its editorial says that the more Liz Truss speaks, the more deluded she sounds. 

But the Daily Telegraph says the prime minister would do well to heed at least some of what she says – and the economy needs him to define himself in favour of completing what she started – by cutting spending as well as tax. 

The Independent online leads on the fatalities at the prestigious Epsom College in Surrey, where the headteacher Emma Pattison was found dead alongside her seven-year-old daughter and husband. 

It reports that the police searched the school’s rifle range after “Gunshots at 1am”.

Police have called the deaths an “isolated incident”.

Finally, the Telegraph leads on a warning to Scotland’s First Minister by her predecessor Alex Salmond, that the trans row is throwing away years of momentum for Scottish independence. 

He accuses Nicola Sturgeon of “self-indulgent nonsense” on gender self-identification laws – adding that to say to a majority of people that you cannot have single-sex spaces – “prized and worked and strived for – because of some daft ideology imported from elsewhere… borders on the totally absurd”. 

Ms Sturgeon has made clear that she still intends to challenge the UK government’s decision to stop gender reforms becoming law in Scotland.

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