What the papers say – November 30

The bravery of police officers and members of the public feature on Saturday’s front pages.

The i says people have been praised for tackling a terrorist who killed two people during a knife attack, while the The Daily Telegraph reports that “Terror returns to London Bridge.”

The terrorist was wearing a fake suicide belt, according to The Times, while the Daily Mirror refers to “The Heroes of London Bridge.”

The Guardian points out that several other people were injured in the attack, and the Daily Mail reports that passers-by used a fire extinguisher and sticks to take down the attacker. 

The Financial Times says Boris Johnson has called an emergency Cobra meeting, while The Independent reports that the attacker was fatally shot by by police.

And the Daily Star has a one-word headline that simply says ‘Heroes’, a world also used by the Daily Express.

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