What the papers say – December 6

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Those papers are led by a warning from one of the Oxford AstraZeneca vaccine’s designers as Dame Sarah Gilbert says the next pandemic could be “more deadly” than COVID.

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Guardian Carries out Dame Sarah’s remarks with the 44th Distinguished Richard Dimbleby Lecture-Lecture Oxford Professor.

During this, Daily Telegraph More than 300,000 housebound people have yet to get their booster jab, the report said.


NS I Leads with a response to the government’s rule on mandatory pre-arrival testing for passengers.

Independent There has been a warning from a leading scientist, who says the government’s plan to sell a UK vaccine manufacturing plant will leave the nation vulnerable to future Covid variants.

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There are growing fears that Christmas celebrations could trigger a spike in Covid cases in the new year, according to daily Mirror,

elsewhere, many times Reports Prime Minister Boris Johnson is planning to allow ministers to exclude legal decisions they disagree with.

Sun Arthur carries comments from Labinjo-Hughes’ grandfather, who has said that the couple behind his murder “should never see the light of day again”.

Metro Follows up with a new “weather bomb” due to hit the UK in the wake of Hurricane Arwen.

The Duke of Sussex has denied engaging in cash for the honor claims and said he “broke up” with a Saudi billionaire donor to the Prince of Wales’ charity six years ago, according to daily mail,

NS daily Express The report is designed to “promote” UK firms to EU rules on red tape.

NS financial Times The chief executive of Lloyds Banking Group unveiled a new strategy aimed at expanding the firm’s ambitions into property, wealth and commercial and investment banking.

And this daily star The Justice Secretary takes a side view of Dominic Raab’s comments that an investigation into a crime committed a year ago is not warranted.


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