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UK News What the papers say – January 17

05:50  17 january  2021
05:50  17 january  2021 Source:   msn.com

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Britain’s continuing response to the coronavirus pandemic leads many of Sunday’s newspapers, from developments in the vaccine rollout to the suggestion of hotel quarantine being mandatory for arrivals into the UK.

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The Sunday Times writes officials have been told to prepare for the introduction of mandatory quarantine in hotels and using other technology to ensure people remain in isolation.

The Sunday Telegraph says every adult in the country could have the jab by the end of June, adding there is optimism that five million people a week could be vaccinated.

The Sunday Express carries words from Health Secretary Matt Hancock, who writes “We can see the way out of this pandemic.”

While The Observer carries a different take on the pandemic, saying employers who have breached Covid guidelines are avoiding punishment according to new research.

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© Provided by PA Media What the papers say – January 16 (PA). Britain opting to close all travel corridors and prevent quarantine-free travel from Monday leads many of the Saturday papers . The Times leads with the headline “Britain shuts its borders”, writing the move was taken following fears

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The Independent says Prime Minister Boris Johnson is being pressured into announcing an inquiry into the handling of the pandemic by Labour leader Sir Keir Starmer.

The Sunday People accuses Mr Hancock of a “blunder” when contracts with private hospitals which would have given the NHS an extra 8,000 beds were cancelled.

And the Daily Star on Sunday runs with a picture of Laurence Fox wearing a lanyard saying he is exempt from wearing a face covering.

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Good and bad developments on the coronavirus front dominate the nation’s papers . In other news, The Times says 150,000 arrest records have been wiped off police databases in a technology blunder, meaning some offenders might be allowed to go free.

Jan 17 th 2019 7:30PM. A car crash involving the Duke of Edinburgh and Brexit negotiations in Parliament make headlines on Friday. Philip, 97, was driving a Land Rover when the accident involving a Kia happened near the Queen’s Sandringham Estate on Thursday afternoon.

The Mail on Sunday writes China is under pressure from the US after claims workers at a Wuhan laboratory became ill with Covid-like symptoms in autumn 2019.

And the Sunday Mirror leads with “shock Westminster claims”, with a woman who claimed she was raped by a Tory MP hoping for a legal review into the case.

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Britain’s struggle against the rampaging coronavirus and Donald Trump’s impeachment dominate the front pages.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.

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