Today’s news summary – Paper Talk

Today’s news summary – Paper Talk

Today’s news summary – Paper Talk

Friday’s front pages continue to cover the ongoing Tory sleaze scandals as well as the NHS backlog. The news that the Queen will attend the cenotaph ceremony to honour the war dead features on several front pages. It comes after her majesty was forced to step back from royal duties for several weeks on medical rest. 

Five Conservative MPs are among a group of 17 who have claimed more than £1 million from the taxpayer to cover rental payments while letting properties they own in London, reports The Independent. 

The Daily Express leads with a special report about the battles faced by frontline workers as the latest data shows 5.8 million patients are waiting for treatment. 

The Queen will return to front-line duties to attend Sunday’s Remembrance Day Service, writes The Sun. 

Prime Minister Boris Johnson was told three times before he followed rules and kept his mask on for a hospital visit, according to the Daily Mirror.

The key architects of the Paris agreement have warned that world leaders will have to return to negotiations next year with improved plans to cut emissions because targets agreed at COP26 are too weak to prevent disastrous levels of global heating, writes The Guardian. 

Metro writes that most heart attack and stroke victims are waiting nearly an hour for an ambulance as the 999 system is swamped by a record 1 million calls, according to new data. 

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