Today’s news summary – Paper Talk

Today’s news summary – Paper Talk

Today’s news summary – Paper Talk

Many of the front pages feature a smiling photograph of six-year-old Arthur Labinjo-Hughes, who died in Solihull last year after a catalogue of abuse by his father and stepmother.

The Sun leads with the case of Arthur Labinjo-Hughes, asking: “Did they learn nothing from Baby P?” referring to a child cruelty case from 2007.

People should carry on with Christmas as planned, Prime Minister Boris Johnson says in the Daily Express.

The Daily Mirror reports on confusion and chaos over Christmas plans as the number of Omicron cases grows.

There is bad news for Labour Party leader Sir Keir Starmer, after Unite union says it will cut funding to the party – that’s on the front of The Guardian.

Metro reports that 152 people have been fined and 125 kicked off London’s public transport network for not wearing masks on the first day of new rules.

The i reports that the British public’s use of the NHS Covid app has dropped sharply since the summer “pingdemic”. It suggests that this finding prompts concerns that the UK does not have the infrastructure in place to help slow down any surge in cases from the new variant, Omicron.

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