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Metro reports on Ali Harbi Ali’s alleged two year plot to kill an MP, which was described to a court after he was charged with the murder of Sir David Amess.

The Metro leads also on comments from the health secretary, who is asking people to get a coronavirus booster jab and a flu jab.

The Metro leads on comments from Boris Johnson, who was speaking ahead of COP26.He said Britain can hit its net-zero carbon emissions target by 2050 without people having to sacrifice holidays and cars.

Some 800 meat workers from the EU will be offered visas to help Britain’s pork industry address a shortage of abattoir workers.

The Metro leads with ministers repeatedly refusing to apologise for pandemic mistakes that “wasted tens of thousands of lives”.

A Treasury official has accused the business secretary of lying when he said he was in talks with the Treasury about emergency packages to help firms struggling with energy prices, according to Metro.

Vladimir Putin has been accused of using his stranglehold over Europe’s power supply as “a weapon” after allowing gas prices to surge to an all-time high, reports the Metro.

Leading with a picture of the prime minister getting a kiss from his wife, Metro says Boris Johnson led a “banter-packed” speech that was “short on policies” at the Tory party conference.

The prime minister says it’s up to the private sector to sort out the disruption that is crippling Britain – that’s on the front of Metro.

The founder of Extinction Rebellion has said activists from Insulate Britain should refuse to let ambulances through during their protests, according to Metro.

A serving police officer from the same unit as Sarah Everard’s killer Wayne Couzens has been charged with rape, Metro reports.

“Take him down and never let him out” – that’s the headline on the front of Metro, which leads with the sentencing of Wayne Couzens for the murder of Sarah Everard.

The Metro reports on the haunting dashcam footage taken seconds before Sarah Everard was handcuffed and abducted by killer police officer, Wayne Couzens. 

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