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The Guardian carries a warning from trade union leaders that the government risks “another winter of chaos” if it does not implement COVID restrictions like mandatory mask-wearing in shops and on public transport.

The Guardian splashes on GPs threatening industrial action over the government’s attempt to force them to see any patient who wants a face-to-face appointment.

The Guardian has reported that the suspect alleged to have murdered Sir David Amess received support under the government’s counter-terrorism programme. 

Experts have warned that the NHS could see an exodus of family doctors if GPs are forced to see patients face-to-face again, The Guardian reports.

The Guardian splashes on an EU “olive branch” – with an offer to remove a majority of post-Brexit checks on British goods entering Northern Ireland.

The Guardian has an exclusive on NHS staff facing a “growing tide of abuse” – including assaults – from patients frustrated by long waits for care.

Young children have been exposed to “lies and conspiracy theories” about coronavirus and vaccines on the social media app TikTok for months, The Guardian has learned.

A coronavirus report in 2016 warned of the need for a contact tracing system and more personal protective equipment, according to The Guardian.

The paper leads with condemnation from businesses and thinktanks of Boris Johnson’s Conservative Party conference speech – which was described as “bombastic” and “vacuous and economically illiterate”.

The Guardian has more revelations from the Pandora Papers, which raise questions about the wealth of Conservative Party co-chair Ben Elliot.

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