UK news What the papers say – September 16 last news
MetiNews.Com - The front pages are dominated by frustration with the lack of availability of testing for Covid-19 across the UK.
Breaking News ! "The front pages are dominated by frustration with the lack of availability of testing for Covid-19 across the UK. and say the Health Secretary has admitted the testing crisis could take weeks to resolve, the reports rationing of tests “puts parents and teachers at back of queue” and the decries the “circus”.The says Mr Hancock has suffered a “humiliating climbdown” and asks why the Government is “still failing the test”, while reports glitches in the testing scheme “will take weeks to fix”.The Archbishop of Canterbury warns in that central control of the pandemic response will harm the elderly and the vulnerable.
.Charities have condemned an NHL proposal to mark on a child’s medical record if their mother has had a single glass of wine in the first week of their pregnancy, according to the .Multinational conglomerate Hitachi is preparing to abandon plans to build a nuclear power plant in north Wales, which the reports will deal a “blow for UK climate goals”.And the says women hit by changes to their state pension age have promised to continue their fight for “true equality”."
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