Newspaper Round Up: 16th of September 2020

The Times reports on controversial new proposals that will mean any alcohol consumed by pregnant women will be placed on their child's medical records, even without the mother's consent.
Daily Star
The Daily Star says that health chiefs have branded the coronavirus test and trace system a "shambles".
Daily Express
Pension campaigners have vowed to continue fighting after the Court of Appeal ruled that women born in the 1950s had not been unfairly treated by pension-age changes, reports the Daily Express.
Daily Mail
Matt Hancock has said that coronavirus tests will have to be rationed, according to the Daily Mail, which calls it a "humiliating climbdown".
The Guardian says that there has a been an increase in the number of people visiting A&E for coronavirus testing, after not being able to secure a test elsewhere.
Daily Mirror
The Daily Mirror reports that a 12-day-old baby boy in Doncaster has been killed by his neighbour's dog.
Daily Telegraph
Archibishop of Canterbury Justin Welby will tell the prime minister that the new "rule of six" is damaging to communities, and urge him to take a less central approach to controlling virus, says The Daily Telegraph. 
The Metro reports on the ongoing difficulties in coronavirus testing, saying that while some centres were empty - many people were struggling to get slots local to them.
Financial Times
Japanese firm Hitachi has abandoned plans to build a new nuclear power station in Angelsey, according to the Financial Times.
The Independent reports on Health Secretary Matt Hancock's commons appearance, where he admitted it could take a number of weeks to solve the ongoing coronavirus testing issues.