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June.20: 2021: @acenewsservices
Newspaper Headlines: Fight against more lockdowns and Bercow joins Labour which is no surprise after leaving his post as speaker of the house and the spats with Tories over him being biased
The Sunday Telegraph says Health Secretary Matt Hancock failed to tell the prime minister about a study showing the effectiveness of Covid vaccines, during a meeting to decide whether to extend restrictions in England. The paper says the rules could have been lifted on Monday had officials been aware of the findings. However, a government source tells the Telegraph that “equivalent data” to the study was shown to Boris Johnson and other senior ministers at the meeting.
“Help the 1.1m Long Covid victims,” says the headline on the front page of the Sunday People. The paper’s lead story highlights a call by the Trades Union Congress for the condition to be classed as a disability.
The Observer carries the news that the former Tory MP and Commons speaker John Bercow has joined Labour. Mr Bercow uses an interview with the Observer to make his announcement – with the paper saying he delivered an “extraordinary broadside” against Boris Johnson and the Conservatives.
The Sunday Times says Downing Street and the Treasury are at loggerheads over the prime minister’s multi-million pound spending pledges. The paper says Treasury officials are examining plans to suspend guaranteed state pension increases, and ministers fear the Tory manifesto pledge not to raise taxes will become strained.
The Sunday Mirror reports claims about a text message exchange between former England footballer Michael Owen and a reality TV star.
And the Daily Star Sunday features a woman who says she has “hooked up with an alien”. Abbie Bela is said to be “so fed up with dating men that she’s landed a lover from outer space”.
It says the disclosure raises the possibility that ministers could have opted to lift the restrictions on Monday as originally planned if they had been aware of the study.
A Department of Health spokesman tells the paper that any suggestion Mr Hancock “bounced” Mr Johnson was “categorically untrue” – and information provided by Public Health England was shared across government before the meeting.
For its main story, the Sunday Times says Downing Street and the Treasury are at loggerheads over tax and public spending amid growing consternation that the prime minister keeps announcing plans when there are no means to pay for them.
It says cabinet ministers are worried that Mr Johnson and the chancellor are on a collision course as the government faces huge bills for Covid recovery, the Whitehall spending review and green pledges.
John Bercow joining the Labour Party is the main story for the Observer. It says the move marks the latest stage in an extraordinary political odyssey for the former Speaker, who joined the Conservatives at 17 and describes himself as having once been a “rabid rightwinger”.
According to the Mail on Sunday’s main story, Prince Charles is to ensure that his two-year-old grandson, Archie, will never be a prince.
It says the Prince of Wales has made it clear that Harry and Meghan’s son will have no place among front-line Royals as he plans a slimmed-down monarchy when he becomes king.
The move is thought to have prompted the series of bitter accusations the couple have levelled at Prince Charles and the Royal Family from across the Atlantic, the paper adds.
The Sun on Sunday has a poll suggesting than more than a quarter of people fear that Britain will never be completely free of Covid restrictions.
Meanwhile, the Sunday People highlights a plea by the TUC for the government to help the more than one million victims of Long Covid by recognising it as a disability.
It says the TUC also wants ministers to classify Covid-19 as an occupational disease – entitling workers and their families to claim disability benefit and compensation if they contract the virus while working.
Finally, the Sunday Times reports that the pandemic has accelerated the trend for enormous paddling pools, as families – deprived of a summer holiday overseas – create their own water parks, complete with slides, at home.
According to the paper, people are buying pools up to 15ft long that are large enough to float in on a lilo.
But charities and water companies want families to be mindful about how much water they use.
#AceNewsDesk report ……Published: Jun.20: 2021:
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