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The Sunday Telegraph’s lead story reports on claims that “dodgy data” was used to “buy time” by officials who realised figures on rising hospital admissions were needed to justify a lockdown in response to the Omicron variant. The paper says Jenny Harries, chief executive of the UK Health and Security Agency, was the source of a claim that there was typically a 17-day lag between infection and hospitalisation, whereas the Office of National Statistics suggests the gap is 10 days.

Sunday Telegraph Front Page 15th of May 2022

On the front page of Sunday’s Telegraph, the joy of FA Cup-winning captain Jordan Henderson is captured.

The paper reports that cabinet ministers have “turned against the Bank of England” over rising inflation rates, with one saying the bank has only “one job”.

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