Naija News looks at the top happenings making headlines on the front pages of newspapers in the United Kingdom today Tuesday, 19 October 2021.
Metro reports that MP Mark Francois has called for an end to online hatred as terror police investigate social media links of suspects in Sir David Amess killing.
The COVID-19 booster shot rollout is too slow as estimates shows 22 million people will be ready for their third dose by December, Daily Telegraph reports.
Parliamentarians are putting pressure on PM Boris Johnson to crackdown on online abuse of public figures and social media anonymity, The Guardian says.
In tribute to the murdered Sir David Amess, his home town of Southend has been awarded city status, Daily Express reports.
Daily Star leads with the report that not a single baby born in England and Wales last year were named Nigel.
The Daily Mail leads with a CCTV footage of the Somalian, Ali Harbi Ali, believed to be the killer of MP Sir David Amess.
According to The Times, an overall of government strategy will determine whether MI5 and the police should be given the power to control the Prevent programme.
According to Daily Mirror, hate message video of Islamist hate preacher Anjem Choudary has easily be accessed online.
Thank you for reading, that all for today, see you again tomorrow for a review of UK newspapers.