What the papers say – December 1

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The papers are headed by the prime minister promising a date for completing the government’s expanded booster rollout.

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many times, Metro And I Reports suggest Boris Johnson has vowed to offer every adult in England a booster jab by the end of January as the government fights to save the nation from the Omicron variant.

PM talks with health officials about restrictions introduced to tackle the spread of the variant Guardian And Independent,

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NS daily mail PM tells families not to cancel Christmas plans, while Daily Telegraph The new measures are said to be in force until March next year.

NS daily star Dedicates its first page to confusion over restrictions regarding “Christmas smoochers.”

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NS daily Mirror Last year a party hosted by Mr Johnson was reported to have “broke Covid rules” on the crowd.

elsewhere, daily Express There are comments from Chancellor Rishi Sunak, who insists that voters can count on him to cut taxes before the next general election.

Sun The television presenter proceeds with Sheridan Smith’s car accident, with a witness recalling that “somebody must die”.

And this financial Times Markets in the US report a sell-off after Federal Reserve Chairman Jay Powell signaled an immediate withdrawal of the Fed’s asset-buying program.

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