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UK Newspapers Daily Front Pages Review | Tuesday, 19 October, 2021

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UK Newspapers Daily Front Pages Review | Tuesday, 19 October, 2021

Touchaheart Nigeria brings to you news from today’s UK Newspapers front pages. The top events are shown in this collation.

Today, Tuesday, October 19, 2021, top events in the United Kingdom are making headlines on the front pages of newspapers.

According to the Metro, MP Mark Francois has called for a stop to online hatred as terror police examine suspects’ social media connections in the murder of Sir David Amess.

According to the Daily Telegraph, the COVID-19 booster shot distribution is too slow, with estimates indicating that 22 million people will be ready for their third dose by December.

According to The Guardian, parliamentarians are putting pressure on Prime Minister Boris Johnson to crack down on online harassment of public people and social media anonymity.

According to the Daily Express, Sir David Amess’ hometown of Southend has been granted city status in his honor.

The Daily Star begins with the news that no baby named Nigel was born in England or Wales last year.

 

The Daily Mail begins with CCTV footage of Ali Harbi Ali, the Somalian suspected of murdering MP Sir David Amess.

 

According to The Times, a government-wide strategy will evaluate whether MI5 and the police should have influence over the Prevent initiative.

According to the Daily Mirror, Islamist hate preacher Anjem Choudary’s hate message video is widely accessible online.

 

 

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