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Daily Mail () Newspaper Front Page for 29 September 2021
9/29/2021: FRONT PAGE: BORIS IN A BATTLE TO SAVE XMAS
BORIS Johnson was last night battling to stop Christmas being ruined by lorry driver shortages and supply chain chaos. After days of panic over petrol stocks, he said he was working on the ‘necessary preparations’ to get the UK through the festive...


The Guardian () Newspaper Front Page for 29 September 2021
9/29/2021: Front Page: ‘An epic barnstormer’: Bond returns in style

Daniel Craig with co-stars Lashana Lynch and Léa Seydoux at the premiere of No Time to Die at the Royal Albert Hall in London last night. Review



The Independent () Newspaper Front Page for 29 September 2021
9/28/2021: Front Page: Is this Germany’s next leader?

Olaf Scholz, who claimed victory yesterday in the election, blamed Brexit for Britain’s HGV driver shortage



Daily Express () Newspaper Front Page for 29 September 2021
9/29/2021: FRONT PAGE: WE’LL SAVE CHRISTMAS!

BORIS Johnson is drawing up urgent plans to avert a Christmas crisis. He pledged to keep petrol stations and supermarket shelves stocked and urged people to do their bit by carrying on as normal. The Prime Minister yesterday said he was confident...



Daily Star () Newspaper Front Page for 29 September 2021
9/29/2021: FRONT PAGE: THEY THINK IT’S BRAWL OVER

NOTHING says a fuel crisis is over more than punch-ups at the pumps and raging motorists pulling out knives, does it?



The Daily Telegraph () Newspaper Front Page for 29 September 2021
9/29/2021: Front Page: Golden girl on Her Majesty’s service

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge attend the premiere of No Time to Die, the long-awaited new Bond film, at the Royal Albert Hall. Daniel Craig complimented the Duchess on her choice of gold Jenny Packham gown, saying she looked ‘jolly lovely’.



Daily Mirror () Newspaper Front Page for 29 September 2021

London Evening Standard () Newspaper Front Page for 29 September 2021
9/28/2021: Front Page: GET GRIP ON FUEL CRISIS, BORIS IS WARNED
BORIS JOHNSON was today urged to personally “get a grip” on the petrol crisis as school buses were cancelled and fears grew that health services could now be hit. The Prime Minister was warned that he might have to address the nation to stop panic...


Daily Record () Newspaper Front Page for 29 September 2021
9/29/2021: FRONT PAGE: AMBULANCE PLAN HITS RED LIGHT

A leaked Scottish Ambulance Service memo revealed military helpers “are not emergency drivers and cannot drive on blue lights”. A trade union suggested they are even adding to the backlog at A&E and could put seriously ill patients at risk.



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