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UK News What the papers say – January 14

07:50  14 january  2021
07:50  14 january  2021 Source:   msn.com

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Brexit leads nearly all the papers on the eve of MPs’ historic meaningful vote on the Prime Minister’s deal. The Times 14 /1/2019Early morning sunlight backlights sea spray blown off the top of large waves as they break at Sandsend beach in front of Whitby Abbey, Yorkshire 13/1/2019.

The vaccination push on a dark day in Britain’s pandemic battle leads most of the papers on Thursday, along with Donald Trump making history again – through his second impeachment.

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The Daily Telegraph leads on the Prime Minister vowing to “ramp up” the vaccination rollout, alongside a feature photo of National Guard troops sleeping inside the US Capitol.

The Times has a similar photo of troops in the Capitol sleeping beside a statue of Abraham Lincoln, while running a lead story on a study that says contracting Covid-19 provides “at least as good” an immune defence against catching the disease again as a vaccine.

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What The Papers Say is a British radio and television, series. It consists of quotations from headlines and comment pages in the previous week's newspapers , read in a variety of voices and accents by actors. The quotes are linked by a script read by a studio presenter, usually a prominent journalist.

— Financial Times (@FinancialTimes) January 14 , 2019. Several papers issue appeals to the PM and MPs on their front pages, including the Daily Mail, which calls for The Sun says Mrs May will try to force a second vote, although the paper leads with the Duke and Duchess of Sussex on its front page.

The Financial Times runs the same Lincoln photo with its lead on the impeachment, while the i also splashes with the latest twist out of Washington.

Meanwhile, the Daily Mail says despite Britain’s highest daily Covid death toll yet, there are “21 million reasons to be hopeful” – the number of vaccination doses that are now on British soil.

The Daily Express echoes that upbeat tone with a headline of: “Coming soon! Covid jabs round the clock”.

And The Sun also splashes on Boris Johnson’s pledge over “24/7” jabs, while Metro leads on Britain’s deputy chief medical officer Jonathan Van-Tam working on the frontlines of the vaccination effort.

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A poll reveals “fury” over the Sussexes’ actions and says the couple should be “evicted from their The Daily Express says the “Queen is ready to cut a generous deal with her grandson Harry” which — The Guardian (@guardian) January 10, 2020. Weapons manufacturers will receive a £ 14 -billion

The Guardian brings a more sobering front page, however, showing photos of seven ordinary Britons who died from the coronavirus under a headline of: “Worst day yet for Covid deaths in Britain as toll passes 100,000”.

And The Independent leads with a story on the NHS cancelling “life-saving” transplants because hospital beds are filled with Covid patients.

The Daily Star has dressed four senior Government leaders up as clowns, asking “Can anybody give a straight answer?” about the fight against the pandemic.

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And the Daily Mirror turns to the school meals issue, saying a “hero” teacher who delivers free food to children in Grimsby has given “heartless Tories and their fat cat chums” a “lesson in decency”.

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