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The Independent's main story is on urgent operations being delayed as the NHS is being stretched due to rising Covid cases.
Dozens" of Kazakhstan protesters have been killed in violent clashes with the police forces on Wednesday night as protestors tried to seize administrative buildings in Kazakhstan.
The Guardian says anti-racism campaigners have hailed a jury’s decision to clear those who admitted toppling a statue of the slave trader Edward Colston in Bristol.
Metro leads on new COVID testing rules. “Just go with your flow” says the paper as it reports changes in England to allow people without symptoms to. isolate after a rapid positive test
The NHS is facing a crisis with soaring staff absences and a large rise in COVID patients, the Daily Mirror reports.
It is feared that “other monuments will be targeted” after four activists who pulled down the statue of Edward Colston in Bristol were cleared.
The Sun says bra tycoon Michelle Mone is to be questioned by police over claims she sent a racist text message.
The Guardian says Uefa would welcome a bid for the 2028 European Championship from the UK and Republic of Ireland after hopes of bringing the 2030 World Cup there began to fade.
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The Metro says World number one tennis player Novak Djokovic has been put in a detention hotel until Monday after Australia delayed their deportation decision.
The Independent says George Floyd’s four-year-old great niece Arianna Delane was shot at night while she was sleeping.
The Guardian says Russian paratroopers have arrived in Kazakhstan as part of a “peacekeeping” mission by a Moscow-led military alliance.
The Guardian says Italy has made it obligatory for people aged 50 or more to be vaccinated against Covid-19 as the country scrambles to ease pressure on hospitals.
The Metro says The Grammy Awards 2022 will not be going ahead this month after being postponed due to Covid health and safety measures.
The Independent says Jon Stewart has clarified his views on JK Rowling’s Harry Potter books, Gringotts goblins and antisemitism.
The Metro says the Golden Globes will have no stars, audience or red carpet following year of controversy and boycotts.
Thursday's front pages cover the Colston Four, Novak Djokovic's deportation from Australia Open and Covid-19.
The Guardian says Antonio Conte acknowledged Chelsea were “much stronger” than Tottenham Hotspur.
The Independent says Mark Wood praised Stuart Broad’s ability to crack Australia’s “tough nut” David Warner as England’s bowlers fought hard on day one of the fourth Ashes Test.
The Metro says Rafael Nadal insists he has no sympathy for Novak Djokovic after the world No.1 saw his visa cancelled ahead of the Australian Open.
The Metro says 4 protesters have been cleared of criminal damage for tearing down a statue of slave trader Edward Colston during a Black Lives Matter demonstration last year.
The Independent says Jacob Rees-Mogg has reportedly called on Boris Johnson to abandon the planned rise in National Insurance in the face of the looming cost of living crisis.
France changes vaccine rules to enforce a vaccine pass to 'piss of the French anti-vaxxers.' French MPs on Thursday morning approved a bill to transform the COVID-19 health pass.
BBC News says lawyers for Ghislaine Maxwell say she deserves a new trial following a juror's comments to the media.
The Guardian says Police searching for missing Harvey Parker have recovered a body from the River Thames believed to be the student.
France24 says after 3 days of debates, fuelled by controversial remarks by President Macron, the French National Assembly approved a new vaccine pass.
Arab News says Saudi Arabia’s King Salman Humanitarian Aid and Relief Center (KSrelief) has distributed more than 185 tons of food relief in Yemen’s Abyan province.
Aljazeera says The new year has got off to a wet start on the island of Sumatra in Indonesia after torrential rains displaced some more than 30,000 people.
Sky News says the latest Kazakhstan: Troops from Russia-led alliance to be deployed on 'peacekeeping' mission as violent protests continue.
TRT World says the Biden administration intends to pursue perpetrators of the January 6, 2021 assault on the Capitol whatever their status.
Poland's government is facing increasing pressure to investigate claims that it illegally used Pegasus, in ' Polish Watergate '.
BBC Sport says Tennis star Novak Djokovic has had his visa to enter Australia dramatically revoked on his arrival in Melbourne.