More fallout from the Sarah Everard affair and increased post-pandemic freedoms are among a range of stories on the front pages of Sunday.
The Sunday Telegraph leads on ‘vacation freedom’ for the British as the list of countries on the red list is reduced, while also signaling that the country’s intelligence chiefs will launch counterattacks in response to foreign cyberattacks.
The Sunday express optimistically leads the Conservative convention, reporting Boris Johnson’s pledge that the country’s economic recovery “starts now”, while the Mail on Sunday splashes the Prime Minister’s commitment to “lock up the militants who block the roads”.
The observer says Mr Johnson has been warned by his Conservative Party not to raise taxes on the poor, while also reporting the Sarah Everard case sparked an urgent investigation into police oversight.
Sunday Times Leading the News Ms Everard’s killer, Constable Wayne Couzens, was employed as a House of Commons guard with a Westminster “all areas” pass.
And the Sunday mirror says a Metropolitan Police investigation found that 26 of Couzens’ colleagues have committed sex crimes since 2016.
Meanwhile, Environment Minister Zac Goldsmith called the current oil crisis a “good lesson” on the need to end dependence on fossil fuels, said. The independent.
Sunday people reports that nursing homes are facing a ‘Christmas crisis’, with thousands of workers facing dismissal for refusing to be vaccinated against Covid.
And the Star of the day on Sunday leads on the latest developments in his ongoing war on “Awakened Snowflakes,” this time picked up by former Daddy’s Army star Frank Williams.