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UK News What the papers say – April 16

09:45  16 april  2021
09:45  16 april  2021 Source:   msn.com

Emmerdale: Kim confides in Gabby and Lydia

  Emmerdale: Kim confides in Gabby and Lydia She's concerned about her health.Lydia arrives for work and shouts in alarm as she finds Kim unconscious. Kim opens her eyes in a panic. Lydia tells Kim that she needs to see a doctor, but Kim refuses.

The nation’s papers are led by the final preparations being made for the Duke of Edinburgh’s funeral.

The Daily Mail, The Sun and Metro report Princes William and Harry will not walk side by side during Saturday’s funeral procession.

The service will include a “silent moment” for the Queen to say farewell to her husband, according to the Daily Express and Daily Mirror.

The Daily Telegraph says the funeral was planned “with military precision” by the duke himself.

Elsewhere, The Independent leads with calls for “urgent” reform of the vetting process for senior civil servants and ministers transitioning to private sector appointments.

The Guardian reports government officials have raised concerns over the accuracy of rapid Covid tests amid a growing number of false positives.

The i says scientists in the US have grown human cells in monkey embryos, marking a “major breakthrough” in the understanding of how cells develop and communicate with each other.

Weather forecast: UK braces for -5C April freeze after coldest April day in 8 years

  Weather forecast: UK braces for -5C April freeze after coldest April day in 8 years THE UK will be hit by a period of bitterly cold "Arctic air" with temperatures falling to -5C, the latest weather charts suggest.Meanwhile, the mercury will be as high as between -1C and 1C across England and Wales and between -2 and 0C, according to maximum temperature charts for tomorrow at 6am.

The Times leads with the UK and US issuing a warning to Russia over last year’s SolarWinds cyberattack on the US government.

The Financial Times reports US hedge fund Elliott Management has built a multi-billion-pound stake in British drugmaker GSK.

And the Daily Star says a man who farted on a police officer has defended the act as freedom of speech.

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