Without exact print settings and other info nobody can tell you much, but presumably you may have enebaled "Let PS manage colors" or something like that and introduced a conflict with color profiles vs. the printer's native driver optimizations this way.
Set both applications to "let the printer manage color" in the print dialog. This is a safe and "simple" setting.
This is the default in Lightroom, but in Photoshop the default is to "let Photoshop manage color". This more accurate and flexible, but it requires that you use the correct print profiles for your paper and ink. Not all printer manufacturers supply profiles for all their models, or not at all.
You still need to go into print settings and make sure you have the correct paper type here.
Thanks for the feed back, however The settings used in Photoshop are as follows
PRINT SETTINGS : Preset : Colour
Size : A5
Media Type : Photo (Kodak Ultra Premium)
Quality : Best
Printer Manages Colour
Printer profile (greyed out) sRGB IEC 61966- 2.1
Send 16 bit: NOT CHECKED
Rendering : Relative Colourimetric
In Light Room settings (where they are displayed) are the same
But still the 'PS’ print is flat and dull compared to the Lightroom which is close to the the original objects in the image and the screen
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