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Ace Press News From Cutting Room Floor: Published: Dec.02: 2022:

#AceDailyNews says here’s todays Newspaper Headlines: Its all about Harry and Meghan’s ‘bombshell trailer’ after being REFUSED anything from King Charles – NOW they turn on William & Kate whilst visiting U.S over Earth Prize Shot after playing the Racist Card Kindness & Love XX says πŸ™πŸ™’s for People to Love One Another Amen

The headline on the front page of the Metro reads 'Harry and Meghan bombshell: Now it's our turn'
Many of Friday’s papers lead with the release of the trailer for Prince Harry and Meghan’s Netflix documentary. The Metro says the trailer hints at more damaging claims levelled at the Royal Family following the couple’s interview with Oprah Winfrey last year, with the paper describing it as a ‘bombshell’. It comes a day after the resignation of Prince William’s godmother over comments she made to a black charity boss.
The headline on the front page of the Daily Express reads 'Harry, do you really hate your family so much?'
The Daily Express also carries the story on its front page, the paper saying it threatens to widen the chasm even further between the couple and the Royal Family.
The headline on the front page of the Daily Star reads 'Publicity-shy couple share most intimate secrets with 8bn people'
The Daily Star opts for a more satirical take on the story. ‘Publicity-shy couple share most intimate secrets with 8bn people’ is its front page headline.
The headline on the front page of the Sun reads 'Kiss means war'
The Sun, meanwhile, reports that royal aides who have spoken to the paper believe the trailer’s release was deliberately timed to coincide with Prince William and Catherine’s visit to the US.
The headline on the front page of the Daily Mirror reads 'Royal crisis deepens'
The Mirror turns its focus instead to the race row which has embroiled Buckingham Palace. The paper says lawyer Nazir Afzal alleged he was also asked about his heritage by Lady Susan Hussey – the aide who questioned charity chief executive Ngozi Fulani at a function at the palace.
The main headline on the front page of the Times reads 'Halt strikes with festive truce, rail union urged'
Away from the Royal Family, several papers are focusing on plans for industrial action over the Christmas period. The Times reports ministers are calling on the RMT – Britain’s largest rail union – to suspend its plans for strikes over the festive season. There are warnings that planned industrial action could cost the economy more than Β£1.7bn, the paper says.
The main headline on the front page of the Guardian reads 'NHS union chiefs meet to plan joint Christmas strike'
The Guardian carries an exclusive on its front page which suggests chiefs from three unions are planning co-ordinated strikes in England and Wales by nurses, ambulance workers and hospital staff. The paper says there is a growing consensus between GMB, Unite and Unison unions that 20 December would create maximum impact.
The main headline on the front page of the Daily Telegraph reads 'No 10 rows back on university free speech'
A free speech law designed to prevent universities from cancelling controversial speakers has been watered down, the Daily Telegraph reports. The government has made concessions to institutions over new powers it had drawn up to enable academics and students to sue for breaching their right to free speech, the paper says.
The main headline on the front page of the Daily Mail reads 'Bonkers Covid plan to release prisoners'
The Mail carries extracts from former health secretary Matt Hancock’s new book on its front page. The book, titled Pandemic Diaries, details government strategy during the Covid crisis in the UK. Among the plans alleged to have been considered by ministers during the pandemic was to release thousands of prisoners to stop them catching the virus, the paper says.
The headline in the i newspaper reads 'Royal Mail's parcel mountain revealed - with warning on Christmas post'
The i reports that Royal Mail is struggling to cope with a mounting backlog of parcels. Leaked images and footage obtained by the paper show postal depots crammed with trolleys. There are also warnings that cards posted now might not make it in time for Christmas, the paper says.
The main headline on the front page of the Financial Times reads 'Blackstone caps outflows from $125bn property fund'
And the Financial Times reports that private equity group Blackstone has limited withdrawals from its $125bn real estate investment fund following a surge in redemption requests. The paper says investors are clamouring to get their hands on cash as concerns grow over the long-term health of the commercial property market. The FT’s front page also features an image of Joe Biden and Emmanuel Macron clasping hands at the White House during the first day of the French president’s state visit to the US.

The front pages are dominated by what’s perceived to be a worsening crisis within the Royal Family. The Daily Mail reports that allies of Prince William and Catherine have called the timing of the Netflix trailer, for Prince Harry and Meghan’s upcoming documentary series, “a declaration of war”. The paper shows two pictures from the trailer – one, as it puts it, is an “unflattering image” of Kate, the other is Meghan “weeping”. 

“Royal crisis deepens” is the Daily Mirror’s headline. It says the trip by the Prince and Princess of Wales to the United States is being overshadowedby what it describes as the “Palace race storm”. The paper says fears are growing that the six-part Netflix series may contain “further damaging allegations of racism”. 

The Times says royal insiders believe Prince Harry and Meghan have “deliberately torpedoed” the US visit. The paper says the first glimpse of their documentary suggests that the Sussexes “will pull no punches” and likens the couple to the “Kardashians”. 

“Harry, do you really hate your family so much?” asks the Daily Express. It calls the trailer a “bombshell” and “ill-timed” and says it threatens to widen the chasm between the couple and the Royal Family even further. 

The Daily Telegraph shows a picture of Prince Harry and Meghan kissing each other at Frogmore Cottage in 2020 and says their Netflix trailer has stolen the spotlight. However, the paper says the “turmoil” is failing to “ruffle” William and Kate and America is rolling out the red carpet for them.

Harry and Meghan
The trailer uses black and white images of the couple’s relationship

The Sun calls the series “sabotage” and proclaims that the “Kiss Means War”. It goes on say that the “privacy-loving” Sussexes have been accused of hypocrisy after appearing in tears and sharing intimate photos. 

“Publicity-shy couple share most intimate secrets with 8 billion people,” is the Daily Star’s verdict.

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FEATURED AUSTRALIA: First Jewish Person AFL Career Launched Amongst Online Abuse That Shows Disrespect

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#AceNewsDesk – North Melbourne draftee Harry Sheezel hopes to be role model for Jewish community as he hits back at anti-Semitic abuse

Harry Sheezel poses for a photo while holding a football and wearing a North Melbourne jersey
Harry Sheezel is standing up to the anti-Semitic abuse he has received online.(Getty Images: Darrian Traynor)none

New North Melbourne forward Harry Sheezel says he hopes to be a role model among the Jewish community as he launches his AFL career amid an unfortunate backdrop of online abuse

Sheezel, who on Monday night became the first Jewish person to be drafted since 1999, was the victim of anti-Semitic abuse online over the weekend.

The AFL has launched an investigation into the matter.

Speaking to Virginia Trioli on ABC Melbourne, Sheezel said the abuse was a new and disappointing experience for him.

“it actually did [surprise me],” Sheezel said.

“Playing my junior football career and at school, I actually never experienced anti-Semitism before. So I wasn’t really sure what was happening.

” It was quite disrespectful.”

Sheezel said he wasn’t letting the abuse get to him, but hoped action was taken on the perpetrators and that the wider public gained more education on the impact of anti-Semitic comments.

“I didn’t really let that stuff get to me, I try to focus on the excitement of the draft and try to make it all about that.

“Look, those kind of people are gonna say stuff. But if you let it get to you, it can affect you. So I just try and focus on what I can control.

“I just think they should probably become more educated around the around the topic, they probably should understand the harm that their words can have on people.”

Sheezel was taken with the third pick of the draft by North Melbourne, who then secured combative midfielder George Wardlaw with pick four to complete a highly successful night for the 2022 wooden-spooners.

The exciting forward says he is excited to get stuck into an AFL preseason, while also becoming a role model for his community.

“Yeah, it means a lot. The Jewish community is a big sporting community as well,” he said.

“So to be drafted, I now see myself as a role model for kids to hopefully follow in my footsteps.”Sheezel says he is excited to get to work under new Roos coach Alastair Clarkson.(Getty Images: Dylan Burns)none

Sheezel, a lifelong Hawthorn supporter, said he is particularly excited to play under new North coach and Hawks great Alastair Clarkson. 

“I’m not a Hawthorn supporter anymore, I’m a North man now, which is really exciting,” he said.

“To meet Alastair Clarkson last week, it’s been pretty special and I can’t wait to play under him.”

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FEATURED AUSTRALIA BUSINESS REPORT: Australian company directors have just one week to be forced into mandatory digital ID

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#AceNewsDesk – About one million Australians are not aware of or are ignoring, a digital ID tax office requirement with only one week to go before the deadline.

Implementing the scheme is within what the ATO calls the Australian Business Registry Services (ABRS). Its deputy registrar, Karen Foat, said the ABRS has done a lot to inform the public about the scheme, including through accountants, annual electronic reminders, and an advertising campaign.

For every person covered by the Corporations Act, the Australian Tax Office requires them to apply for digital director IDs. The corporations act covers those running most small businesses, major entities, charities, and nonprofits. Those who do not sign up for the director IDs could face fines of up to $13,000 and be deemed ineligible to operate a company.

So far, fewer than 1.5 million of the 2.5 million company directors in the country have registered for the director IDs. Some have blamed the slow roll out on poor messaging by the ATO, but the agency disagrees.

Foat said the issue is not people not knowing about the new requirement, the issue is that people are postponing registering.

“We know that people just love to leave things to the last minute. We’re all human,” she said.

“This is really quite different to cleaning out your garage (or something else) that you can just put off. It is actually something that people need to do. It’s not optional.”

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FEATURED: U.K Songbird Christine McVie, Fleetwood Mac singer-songwriter, dies aged 79

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#AceNewsDesk – Christine McVie, who played with Fleetwood Mac and wrote some of their most famous songs, has died aged 79, her family has said.

She died peacefully at a hospital in the company of her family, a statement said.

The British singer-songwriter was behind hits including Little Lies, Everywhere, Don’t Stop, Say You Love Me and Songbird.

WATCH: From Don’t Stop to Songbird – a look back at Christine McVie’s career

McVie left Fleetwood Mac after 28 years in 1998 but returned in 2014.

The family’s statement said “we would like everyone to keep Christine in their hearts and remember the life of an incredible human being, and revered musician who was loved universally”.

Born Christine Perfect, McVie married Fleetwood Mac bassist John McVie, and joined the group at the start of the 1970s.

Christine McVie performs in concert with Fleetwood Mac at the SAP Center on November 25, 2014
Christine McVie performing with Fleetwood Mac at the SAP Center on November 25, 2014
Christine McVie performing in New York in 2014
Christine McVie was responsible for some of Fleetwood Mac’s biggest hits

Fleetwood Mac became one of the world’s best known rock bands in the 1970s and ’80s.

Their 1977 album Rumours – inspired by the break-ups of the McVies and the band’s other couple, Lindsey Buckingham and Stevie Nicks – became one of the biggest selling of all time, with more than 40 million copies sold worldwide.

McVie was one of eight members of the band inducted into the Rock ‘n’ Roll Hall of Fame in 1998.

In the same year, after the success of their live album The Dance, she retired to Kent, saying a fear of flying meant she was leaving the band. 

But she rediscovered her love of performing at a one-off appearance with the group at London’s O2 arena in 2013 and returned to them a year later.

“It was amazing, like I’d never left. I climbed back on there again and there they were, the same old faces on stage,” she told the Guardian newspaper at the time.

L to R: Mick Fleetwood, Christine McVie, Stevie Nicks, Lindsey Buckingham and John McVie
Members of Fleetwood Mac pictured in 2018

In 2017 she told BBC Radio 4’s Desert Island Discs programme that she had developed agoraphobia after leaving the band.

A statement by the band said of McVie: “We were so lucky to have a life with her.

“Individually and together, we cherished Christine deeply and are thankful for the amazing memories we have. She will be so very missed.”

Christine McVie and Stevie Nicks
Christine McVie and Stevie Nicks together in 2018

In a post on Instagram, Stevie Nicks wrote: “A few hours ago I was told that my best friend in the whole world since the first day of 1975, had passed away.

“I didn’t even know she was ill… until late Saturday night. I wanted to be in London, I wanted to get to London – but we were told to wait.

“So, since Saturday, one song has been swirling around my head, over and over and over. I thought I might possibly get to sing it to her, and so, I’m singing it to her now.

“I always knew I would need these words one day… It’s all I can do now.”

Christine McVie performing at BBC Radio 2 in 2017
Christine McVie performing at BBC Radio 2 in 2017

In a tweet, band co-founder Mick Fleetwood wrote: “This is a day where my dear sweet friend Christine McVie has taken to flight… and left us, earthbound folks to listen with bated breath to the sounds of that songbird… reminding one and all that love is all around us to reach for and touch in this precious life that is gifted to us.

“Part of my heart has flown away today…I will miss everything about you Christine McVie.” 

‘She had this ability to change people’s lives’

Harry Styles was among those paying tribute – sharing a black-and-white picture of McVie with emojis of a bird and a black heart.

Crowded House lead singer Neil Finn, who played with Fleetwood Mac in Lindsey Buckingham’s place on their last tour in 2018, wrote: “She was a unique and soulful musician, supremely gifted songwriter and a warm and wonderful friend and I am so grateful to have shared some hours in her beautiful presence.”

Singer Sheryl Crow said: “The world feels weird without her here. What a legend and an icon and an amazing human being”

Merck Mercuriadis, owner of the Hipgnosis Songs Fund which bought McVie’s back catalogue, described her as “arguably the greatest female English songwriter of all time”.

Speaking at the Mobo Awards in London, Mercuriadis said: “She had this ability with the melody, the emotion and the lyric to just change people’s lives.”

Former US President Bill Clinton tweeted: “Don’t Stop was my ’92 campaign theme song – it perfectly captured the mood of a nation eager for better days. I’m grateful to Christine & Fleetwood Mac for entrusting us with such a meaningful song. I will miss her.”

Christine McVie performs at the O2 Arena in London
Christine McVie performs at the O2 Arena in London

BBC 6 Music breakfast presenter Lauren Laverne began her Thursday program by paying tribute to McVie who she said “left such an incredible musical legacy and a wonderful story.

“A girl from Cumbria making it into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame, absolutely amazing”.

Listeners have been sharing their memories on the People’s Playlistsegment of the show.

By Robert Greenall & George Bowden: BBC News

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