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Ace Press News From Cutting Room Floor: Published: June.06: 2023:

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Daily Mail front page
Prince Harry has been accused of wasting court time after he missed the first day of the trial into alleged phone hacking, according to the Daily Mail’s front page. Also on its front, it claims families could face paying £1,000 a year for a green energy plan that the Labour Party is proposing.
Metro front page
The Metro leads also leads on Prince Harry and comments made by the judge at the High Court. The paper says the duke will give evidence on Tuesday, with his barrister saying he didn’t appear on Monday because he is in “a different category” to other witnesses due to his travel and security arrangements.
Daily Express
Rishi Sunak has bought more barges to house migrants in an attempt to deter small boat crossings, according to the Daily Express. The front page also has a picture of Holly Willoughby with her hands on her chest while admitting to being “shaken and troubled” as she returned to the This Morning sofa for the first time since Philip Schofield’s departure.
Daily Mirror front page
The Daily Mirror asks prime minister Rishi Sunak to back its campaign for new laws to prevent deadly dog attacks. The front page features a picture of 10-year-old Jack Lis, who who was killed by a dog in 2021, along with his mother’s plea for Sunak to “remember our Jack”.
Daily Telegraph
The Telegraph says prime minister Rishi Sunak has indicated he is prepared to defy the House of Lords and force his proposed law to tackle small boat crossings through Parliament.
The Times
The Times says the French authorities are intercepting more than half of attempted Channel crossings for the first time in five years following a £480 million deal. It also carries a story on AI – an interview with advisor who warns there are only two years to save the world from disaster and that countries must work together to regulate it now.
The i front page
Bereaved families who lost loved ones in the Covid pandemic have hit out at the official inquiry for failing to investigate the NHS and care home response until after the next general election, the i says. The paper says inquiry evidence has been moved out of chronological order and chairman Lady Hallett will now hear reports on the government’s successful vaccine roll-out in the lead up to the next national ballot.
Daily Star front page
The Daily Star says Rishi Sunak took a 74-mile helicopter ride instead of catching the train from London to Dover for his small boats announcement.
The Sun front page
Taking a different approach to most of the other papers, the Sun leads with pop star Taylor Swift reportedly splitting with British rocker Matty Healy after a month-long romance.
FT front page
The FT leads on staff data being compromised at companies including British Airways, Boots and the BBC, with the attack poised to spread to the US.

The front page of the Guardian carries a picture of a Ukrainian soldier in a pick-up truck, making the V for victory sign. The paper says Ukraine appears to be in the “preliminary stages” of its long anticipated counter-offensive. 

The Financial Times talks of a “new phase” in the Ukrainian military operation, while the Daily Telegraph suggests that Kyiv’s strategy may be to conduct “shaping operations” – to find weaknesses in Russia’s defensive line, before committing more soldiers and weaponry.

The i reports that, contrary to Moscow’s claims, pro-Kremlin bloggers have reported that Kyiv’s troops made quick gains. The Daily Mail suggests that the aim may be to reveal the locations of Russian long range weaponry, before deploying British Storm Shadow long-range missiles against their ammunition stores. 

Away from Ukraine, the Daily Telegraph says the prime minister has suggested that he’s prepared to use the Parliament Act to force his Illegal Migration Bill through, if it’s delayed by peers. 

The act allows the Commons to overrule the Lords, but is rarely used. The Telegraph says that during an interview with the paper, Rishi Sunak twice “indicated” that he would be open to using it.

The Times carries a warning from Mr Sunak’s adviser on artificial intelligence that AI could be powerful enough to “kill many humans” within two years. Matt Clifford is quoted as saying that AI can already “create new recipes for bioweapons or launch large scale cyberattacks”.

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