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What the papers say – December 5

What the papers say – December 5

What the papers say – December 5

Health concerns, asylum seekers and the Duke of Cambridge are covered in Sunday’s national papers.

Travel industry fury as Covid pre-departure tests return

Travel industry fury as Covid pre-departure tests return

Travel industry fury as Covid pre-departure tests return

Ministers said they were responding to new data showing the spread of the new Omicron variant.

William reveals Tina Turner hit brings back memories of mother Diana

William reveals Tina Turner hit brings back memories of mother Diana

William reveals Tina Turner hit brings back memories of mother Diana

The Duke of Cambridge has recorded an audio walking tour for the Time To Walk series featured on the Apple Watch.

William still moved by traumatic moment from his air ambulance days

William still moved by traumatic moment from his air ambulance days

William still moved by traumatic moment from his air ambulance days

The Duke of Cambridge spent two years working as a helicopter pilot with East Anglian Air Ambulance.

Boris Johnson expected to launch inquiry into Arthur Labinjo-Hughes murder

Boris Johnson expected to launch inquiry into Arthur Labinjo-Hughes murder

Boris Johnson expected to launch inquiry into Arthur Labinjo-Hughes murder

The investigation will reportedly involve police, schools, social services and probation watchdogs

Sir Lewis Hamilton: I had nothing to do with Grenfell deal

Sir Lewis Hamilton: I had nothing to do with Grenfell deal

Sir Lewis Hamilton: I had nothing to do with Grenfell deal

Sir Lewis has said that the deal between Mercedes’s F1 team and Kingspan has ‘nothing’ to do with him.

Omicron variant: What are the latest travel rules?

Omicron variant: What are the latest travel rules?

Omicron variant: What are the latest travel rules?

The Government has made changes to the previous arrangements.

PM ‘concerned’ as thousands still left without power a week after Storm Arwen

PM ‘concerned’ as thousands still left without power a week after Storm Arwen

PM ‘concerned’ as thousands still left without power a week after Storm Arwen

Around 4,700 homes are still without power, prompting Boris Johnson to say he will offer more help from Government.

Couple use thousands of lights to create elaborate charitable Christmas display

Couple use thousands of lights to create elaborate charitable Christmas display

Couple use thousands of lights to create elaborate charitable Christmas display

Peter Elliott has spent a month putting up the lights on his east London home.

Wind, rain, and snow forecast as thousands still stuck without power

Wind, rain, and snow forecast as thousands still stuck without power

Wind, rain, and snow forecast as thousands still stuck without power

Forecasters predict more ‘unsettled’ weather, while engineers work to reconnect around 4,700 properties to power supplies following Storm Arwen.

Pre-departure Covid tests required for travel to Scotland

Pre-departure Covid tests required for travel to Scotland

Pre-departure Covid tests required for travel to Scotland

The Scottish Government said the restrictions are proportionate and necessary to protect public health.

Travellers to England face pre-departure tests as Nigeria added to red list

Travellers to England face pre-departure tests as Nigeria added to red list

Travellers to England face pre-departure tests as Nigeria added to red list

Health Secretary Sajid Javid said ministers moved swiftly after receiving new data about the spread of the Omicron variant.

Hundreds pay respect to 12-year-old Ava White at vigil held in her memory

Hundreds pay respect to 12-year-old Ava White at vigil held in her memory

Hundreds pay respect to 12-year-old Ava White at vigil held in her memory

Many people wore hoodies with Ava’s face on and others had her name written on their faces.

Arthur Labinjo-Hughes: Jail sentences of couple behind killing to be reviewed

Arthur Labinjo-Hughes: Jail sentences of couple behind killing to be reviewed

Arthur Labinjo-Hughes: Jail sentences of couple behind killing to be reviewed

Arthur was left with an unsurvivable brain injury while in the sole care of 32-year-old Emma Tustin.

Woman taken to hospital after falling on tracks at central London tube station

Woman taken to hospital after falling on tracks at central London tube station

Woman taken to hospital after falling on tracks at central London tube station

Transport for London said an investigation has been launched after the incident occurred at Tottenham Court Road Tube station.

RNLI takes down its website after reporting ‘suspicious activity’

RNLI takes down its website after reporting ‘suspicious activity’

RNLI takes down its website after reporting ‘suspicious activity’

The charity also said it had reported ‘threatening emails’ it had received to the police.

Arthur Labinjo-Hughes: MP calls for review of ‘lenient’ sentences

Arthur Labinjo-Hughes: MP calls for review of ‘lenient’ sentences

Arthur Labinjo-Hughes: MP calls for review of ‘lenient’ sentences

Arthur was left with an unsurvivable brain injury while in the sole care of 32-year-old Emma Tustin who was on Friday jailed for life.

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