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#AceDailyNews says here todays Newspaper Headlines: Its all about ‘ British Child Stabbed in France ‘ together with THREE others in their ‘ WHEELCHAIRS ‘ by a ‘ SYRIAN REFUGEE who was ARRESTED Kindness & Love XX says 🙏🙏’s Lord Thy God for Peace & Truth to ‘ Rule Thy Earth ‘ Amen
Thursday’s attack on children in France, in which a three year-old British girl is among the wounded, is on many of the front pages.
The Sun says the suspect has been named as a 31-year-old Syrian migrant Abdalmasih. The paper says his application for asylum is thought to have been declined four days before the attack.
According to the Daily Express, he had a refugee status in Sweden.
The man told police he was a Christian, and the authorities said he had no criminal record or history of psychiatric illness.
In other news, The Times describes the Atlantic Declaration – announced by Rishi Sunak and president Biden on Thursday – as an economic alliance to close ranks against China.
The paper says the deal, in effect, proclaims the end of the era of unfettered globalisation.
The agreement also marks a shift away from the recent UK orthodoxy of unfettered free trade in favour of mutual protectionism.
According to the Financial Times, Chancellor Jeremy Hunt is to scale back the windfall tax on oil and gas producers, in order to boost investment in the North Sea. The paper says that under the plan, the levy will apply only if oil and gas prices are above a certain level.
The article quotes unnamed Ukrainian officials saying that the deployment of Leopard Two tanks in the southern Zaporizhzhia region meant the operation was under way.
The same sources also said that the Russians had put up stiff resistance and the Ukrainians had suffered losses.
The Times says Rishi Sunak is ready to approve Boris Johnson’s long-awaited resignation honours list, and it could be published within a matter of weeks.
The paper says the delay has been a significant source of tension between the two men.
And there’s renewed speculation that the former Cabinet ministers, Nadine Dorries, and Sir Alok Sharma, will stand down as MPs to take up peerages – triggering two by-elections in the autumn.
Sticking with the former PM, The Guardian says Boris Johnson and his wife, Carrie, hosted a close friend at Chequers in May 2021 for an overnight stay, when some Covid restrictions were still in place.
The paper says at the time indoor gatherings between different households weren’t allowed except when “reasonably necessary” for reasons such as work or childcare.
A spokesman for the former prime minister said the stay was “entirely lawful” and covered by “relevant provisions in the Covid regulations”.
Alex Franklin-Smith – from the National Police Chiefs’ Council – is quoted as saying he’s pleased that all forces are now able to “fulfil the commitment”, which was set out last year, but that it was only the “first step”.
The 81-year-old’s husband says they’re coming to terms with the situation as they face a “difficult future”.
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