Today’s news summary – Paper Talk
Thursday’s front pages report on warnings to buy Christmas presents early over fears about toy shortages in the run-up to Christmas. It comes following warnings that supply chain problems could continue and Brits should buy presents early to beat any delays caused by the lorry driver shortage and shipping containers stuck ar ports.
Britons are being told to stock up on Christmas gifts early as shortages loom due to a lack of HGV drivers, the Daily Mirror says.
According to the Daily Express, consumers are being urged to buy their Christmas presents early as the supply chain crisis worsens.
The Sun leads with Robert Webb has quit Strictly Come Dancing over fears for his health.
The EU is preparing for Prime Minister Boris Johnson to reject its offer to scrap a large portion of checks on goods and foods entering Northern Ireland, The Guardian says.
The Metro says Star Trek star William Shatner has become the oldest person in space after his trip on a Blue Origin rocket.
Health Secretary Sajid Javid has announced an extra £250 million will be allocated to help GPs see more patients face-to-face, according to the Daily Mail.