Today’s news summary – Paper Talk
Several of Friday’s front pages lead with comments made by the Queen about the climate crisis. During the opening of the Welsh Parliament in Cardiff, the Queen was speaking to the Duchess of Cornwall, and the parliament’s presiding officer when her remarks were picked up on the event’s live stream.
The Daily Mirror leads with a story about the Queen, who has revealed her frustration with world leaders who are yet to act on climate change.
According to the Daily Mail, the Queen has expressed frustration at world leaders who are not acting on the climate crisis.
President Xi of China will likely snub next month’s climate conference COP26, The Times says.
Experts have warned that the NHS could see an exodus of family doctors if GPs are forced to see patients face-to-face again, The Guardian reports.
Statins have been found to cut the risk of dying from coronavirus in some cases, the Daily Express says.
Unions have been accused of holding Christmas hostage by threatening a possible lorry strike, according to The Daily Telegraph.
Some 800 meat workers from the EU will be offered visas to help Britain’s pork industry address a shortage of abattoir workers.