The Metro – ‘Come save our bacon’
Summary of Today's Paper
The Guardian – ‘GPs says face-to-face app could see doctor exodus’
The Guardian pictures the holiday villa loaned to Mr Johnson on its front page. Its top story is on the government’s plan to boost the number of face-to-face GP appointments. The paper says doctors are warning it could lead to an exodus of GPs who are exhausted by the pandemic, and they feel “pilloried” by ministers who are implying they are lazy. Former health secretary Jeremy Hunt also says ministers are taking the wrong approach, saying: “This is a burnt-out workforce running on empty.”
Brian Laundrie’s parents put ‘for sale’ sign on Florida home after learning he shot himself in the head
The Metro says Brian Laundrie’s parents are selling their Florida home after it was revealed that the cause of their son’s death was suicide.
Britney Spears can’t stop smiling as she heads off on holiday with fiancé Sam Asghari following 40th birthday celebrations
The Metro says Britney Spears is finally able to enjoy her freedom following the end of her 13-year-long conservatorship.
The Metro says A new Covid-19 treatment has been approved by UK regulators, in what could be a major boost for the NHS ahead of a difficult winter.
The Metro says Brits have been urged not to do any ‘snogging under the mistletoe’ at Christmas parties this year.
The Metro says The 15-year-old suspect in the Oxford High School shooting in Michigan has been identified as Ethan Crumbley.