Saturday’s Papers UK Front Pages and Headlines


The Mail says the prime minister has promised to “leave no stone unturned” to learn from the shocking death of six-year-old Arthur Labinjo-Hughes.

The government’s been urged to take further action to protect against Omicron, such as asking people to work from home until Christmas, rather than wait for more data, The Guardian says.

Pestering women in the street, making lewd comments and cat-calling could become a crime in a new law covering public sexual harassment, reports The Daily Telegraph.The Daily Telegraph

The i leads with the latest on the Omicron coronavirus variant, saying half of the UK’s first batch of infections were in people who had been double jabbed.

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