What the articles say – December 4

National articles focus on coronavirus developments, political conspiracies, and Severity Reviews Craig Revel Horwood

NS me weekend citing health chiefs as saying that half of the UK’s initial cases of Omicron the variant of the virus that causes Covid-19 occurs in people who have received two doses of the vaccine.

Ministers have been told there is no time to wait for research on the new variant and that they must act now to prevent a “very significant” wave of infections that threaten to overw NHS based on Guardians.

Omicron concerns fueled wave of Christmas party cancellations, dealing a blow to the hotel sector, report FT Weekend.

In another development related to the pandemic, The Independent says a Tory billionaire’s sponsorship company has claimed millions of pounds from taxpayer-funded tax breaks after recording a £75m profit.

Daily telegram was informed that harassing women on the street or in a pub and making lewd remarks to them could be criminally charged following the murder of Sarah Everard.

Boris Johnson is quoted in Daily mail as has been said ministers will leave “absolutely no stone unturned” to determine what happened in the event of a six-year-old being murdered Arthur Labinjo-Hughes

Time studied Chancellor Rishi Sunak are preparing to cut their income tax by 2p in pounds or cut the VAT rate before the next election.

NS Daily Star reports “tall actors” are taking the jobs of scoundrels in Christmas plays and pantomimes.

And stern judge Craig Revel Horwood appeared in an ad that broke the BBC’s “strict” rules, according to Daily Mirror. What the articles say – December 4


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