論文の内容– 12月 7

論文の内容– 12月 7
Several front pages feature a whistleblower’s claims that the UK government failed Afghans after the Taliban swept to power.

The front pages are led by a whistleblower’s claims that the 海外の事務所 failed to help many アフガニスタン人 to escape after the タリバン swept to power.

保護者 reports junior civil servant Raphael Marshall’s claims that Afghans were left to die due to UK red tape.

ザ・ デイリーメール says thousands of emails asking for help were opened but not dealt with while Foreign Office staff worked from home and refused overtime.

独立者 also reports the claims that tens of thousands of pleas for help went unanswered as then Foreign Secretary ドミニク・ラーブ failed to understand the severity of the situation.

その間, タイムズ says scientific advisers to the Government believe cases of the Omicron Covid-19 variant are doubling every three days in Britain.

デイリーテレグラフ says that the Covid-19 booster campaign has failed to ramp up despite Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s pledge that it would be accelerated.

ながら reports that further restrictions on socialising, transport and office working are unlikely unless Omicron is confirmed to be more dangerous than the Delta variant.

他の場所, インクルード デイリーミラー reports claims that the Government covered up the fire risk of cladding for years before the Grenfell Tower tragedy.

ザ・ Daily Express says a Bank of England warning over price rises will mean there is a challenging time ahead.

ザ・ デイリースター reports on research that suggests an injection made from grapes could lead to a longer life.

メトロ leads on the trial of Danish golfer Thorbjorn Olesen who is accused of sexually assaulting a woman on a British Airways flight. The Ryder Cup winner denies the allegation.

そしてその フィナンシャルタイムズ says US regulators are stepping up scrutiny of so-called blank cheque company listings.

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