What the newspapers say – December 16 – Nach Welt



Thursday's newspapers had front pages covering Christmas and Omicron.  (Andrew Matthews / PA) - PA Archives


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Thursday’s newspapers had front pages covering Christmas and Omicron. (Andrew Matthews / PA) – PA Archives

Warning from Chief Medical Officer Chris Whitty British Before Christmas, the newspaper dominates on Thursday.

the I leads with Mr. Whitty’s warning to the nation not to “mingle with people you don’t have to” like them Omikron The crisis escalates.

the Daily mirror says British were urged to “contain the partying if Omicron cases increase”.

The guard, The Telegraph, the Times and the Daily mail also cover the story, the latter adding that the Prime minister does not cancel his own Christmas plans.

the Daily express According to reports, the prime minister is also calling for “sensible” Christmas celebrations.

In the meantime, Metro leads to David Fuller’s jail sentence for the murder and sexual assault of over 100 bodies.

the Financial Times leads with Covid cases in the UK hitting a record 78,000 “while Omicron is sweeping the country”.

Elsewhere, The sun carries the court ruling of Katie Price after rolling over her car while driving under alcohol and drugs.

And the Day star shows a slightly different front page and reports that the “world expert” Danny Dyer believes in aliens.

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