Monday's national newspaper front pages | UK News – Sky News

Sky News takes a look at the stories making headlines in Monday’s national newspapers.
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Following on from news of ‘virtual wards’ being set up to ease NHS pressures, the Times says midlife health checks will also now go digital – with patients being asked to answer health questions and take blood samples at home instead of visiting their GP.
The row over scheduling industrial action on the rail network in the festive period is the Telegraph’s lead.
The Sun reports Raheem Sterling’s fiancée and children were in the house at the time of the armed gang’s break-in.
Claims that energy firms forced more than half a million UK householders into using controversial pre-payment meters, are highlighted by the i.
The Mirror splashes on the highs of the England win… and the lows of the news Raheem Sterling has had to fly back to the UK due to a robbery at his home.
The Star thinks there may be a few ‘sickies’ being pulled in England on Monday after the national team’s World Cup win.
The Express highlights the news the Army may be deployed to help ease the impact of upcoming strikes.
Saka, Foden and Kane’s celebratory embrace hits the front of the Guardian, underneath a story which says people in the UK are getting sicker and poorer” with a “gaping health and wealth divide”.
Unsurprisingly, Monday’s papers are celebrating England’s round-of-16 win in Qatar.
“Here oui go,” says the Metro in a nod to the quarter-final game against France.
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