Friday's national newspaper front pages

Take a look at the stories making a splash in Friday's national newspapers

9/17/2021 8:29:00 AM

Take a look at the stories making a splash in Friday's national newspapers

Sky News takes a look at the stories making a splash in Friday's national newspapers.

23:14TheDaily Starsays it has an exclusive with"Piers Moron", who said he wanted to headbutt weather presenter Alex Beresford.23:09The Sunwelcomes back Piers Morgan, who will write a column and host a daily global TV show.22:46TheDaily Mirror

Royal College of Paediatrics head calls for an end to Covid testing in schools Exclusive: Government to fund new nuclear power station as part of Net Zero drive Psychosis cases soar in England as pandemic hits mental health

has spoken to sources who say Prince Andrew is worried about Virginia Giuffre's lawsuit, which could cost him millions.22:36TheDaily Expressexpects ministers to scrap green and amber lists for British travellers in favour of one"no-go" category for the world's worst-hit COVID hotspots.

22:31TheDaily Mailsays British travellers who are fully vaccinated will be able to take cheaper lateral flow tests instead of PCR tests when they return from abroad, with pre-departure tests also likely to be scrapped.22:23The Timesreports on concerns that the UK and US's defence pact with Australia could lead to Britain being dragged into a war with China.

22:20The Guardianleads with backlash over the US and UK’s nuclear submarine pact with Australia, citing concerns that the alliance could provoke China and prompt conflict in the Pacific.22:08Home Secretary Priti Patel has told police to take"decisive action" against climate change activists after video showed officers facilitating a blockade of the M25, according to

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Newspaper headlines: PM 'wields axe' as he 'lays ground for next election'Thursday's front pages are dominated by Boris Johnson's major reshuffle of his cabinet. trussliz Foreign Secretary! God help us all 😂😂😂😂 Ploughshares are better than axes for preparing your ground. Only sayin’. BorisJohnson weak as ever. Wield axe wouldn’t know how to pritipatel should not be in office. theresa_may sacked her for private meetings. drawconclusions

Cristiano Ronaldo switches mansions after bleating sheep kept waking him upCRISTIANO Ronaldo and his family have switched mansions after bleating sheep kept waking them. Manchester United’s new signing, 36, who loves his rest between matches, has moved from one seven-bed … Is that front page news? he is always bleeting on Riveting Journalism as always... So When is the Scum being shut down? 😂

Newspaper headlines: Double-jabbed 'holiday joy' and defence pact challengedChanges to travel test rules and the fallout from the UK's submarine pact are among the front-page stories. UK Summary Last updated on Thursday 16 September 2021 at 4:00pm Coronavirus (COVID-19) in the UK. Deaths within 28 days of positive test. Daily 158 Total Deaths 134,805 Cases. People tested positive. Daily 26,911 Watch out grandma it seems the great vaccinated are going to be doing a whole lot of super spreading. Murder Covid19 Saying the AUKUS pact will drag us to war is nonsense- if there’s a war the US is involved in then we’re in it, AUKUS or not. Plus, pacts like this are aimed at reducing the threat of conflict due to any potential aggressors being off-put by the combined strength of the agreement