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Newspaper headlines: Prince Harry and Meghan Markle ‘so in love’

Newspaper headlines: Prince Harry and Meghan Markle ‘so in love’


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The Metro headline is “Merry Kissmas” alongside one of the pictures released by Kensington Palace to celebrate the engagement of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle.

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The engagement pictures feature on the front of the Daily Express. The paper also reports that scientists are five years away from creating a drug to treat Alzheimer’s. Researchers from a German university are trying to develop a treatment targeting the disease’s molecular structure.

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The Daily Mirror also reports on Harry and Meghan’s loved up pictures. As well as this, the front page carries claims that a Ukrainian political aide present at talks with Prime Minister Theresa May in July had “links to the Kremlin”.

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The Daily Star reports that the royal photographs received such a positive reaction that Kensington Palace released an extra image.

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Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson’s claim that Damian Green was the victim of a “vendetta” is the Daily Telegraph’s lead. It also reports on the latest reaction from writer Kate Maltby, who accused the former first secretary of state of making inappropriate advances towards her.

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The head of the Metropolitan Police Federation has joined in with criticism of the police by saying the actions of two retired officers were “abhorrent”, says the Times. It also uses one of the engagement photographs of Meghan Markle and Prince Harry.

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The i says Health Secretary Jeremy Hunt wants to replace Damian Green as the PM’s right-hand man. It says government colleagues claim Mr Hunt is “on manoeuvres” despite there being no guarantee Theresa May will appoint a new second-in-command.

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Meanwhile, the Daily Mail reports that the foreign secretary says the UK is “prepared and able” to launch cyber attacks in retaliation to Russian activity. Boris Johnson says the UK “cannot accept” activity targeted at the West. He is set to complain in Moscow about hackers’ efforts to attack infrastructure such as power stations and communication networks.

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NHS England’s move to cancel operations over the Christmas period is featured on the Guardian. The paper says tens of thousands of patients will be affected including those scheduled to have cataract removals and hip and knee replacements. It adds “time-critical procedures” and cancer operations will be exempt but others could be delayed until at least mid-January.

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British dark blue passports are making a comeback, reports the Sun. The paper reports the government has agreed to scrap the EU burgundy cover, which was implemented in 1988. It also pictures the prince and the actress’s “look of love”.

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Aerospace company Boeing is in talks to takeover Brazil’s jet maker firm Embraer, according to the Financial Times. The paper says despite terms of a deal being discussed, a transaction is not guaranteed as terms must be approved by the Brazilian government. It adds the talks appear to be driven by Airbus’s surprise deal to take control of Bombardier’s C Series regional passenger jet.

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