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The top story in The Times is about the 25-year-old accused of David Amess’s murder and allegations that he had also targeted two other MPs.

The Times leads on comments by Sajid Javid that coronavirus cases could hit 100,000 a day, as he urged people to get the booster jab. 

According to The Times, a government strategy will recommend that MI5 and counterterrorism police should be given more control over the Prevent programme. 

The Times leads with the Treasury’s accusation that the business secretary is “making things up” after he said he was in talks with the chancellor about helping businesses struggling with high energy prices.

Ministers are set to announce plans for levies on gas bills to fund low-carbon heating despite rising prices, The Times has been told

The Times reports that the cost of a family holiday will fall by around £200 after ministers announced that PCR tests for foreign travel are to be scrapped by half-term.

Another paper leading on backlash against Boris Johnson’s Tory conference speech is The Times – which quotes business leaders saying the prime minister is treating them like the “bogeyman” over labour shortages.

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