The front pages continue to be dominated by the death of Sir David Amess.
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Crowds carrying lanterns and candles gathered in darkness at Belfairs sports ground.
The former health secretary put out a statement after a UN spokesman said he would not be able to be a special representative.
Sir David was killed while meeting constituents in Leigh-on-Sea on Friday.
The former health secretary had been due to assist in helping African countries to recover from the coronavirus pandemic.
The force said a 14-year-old girl was approached on her way to school in the Three Bridges area by a man wearing a yellow hi-vis jacket.
Michael D Higgins said the MP was carrying out the most fundamental role of a politician – to help constituents – when he was killed.
Figures show there were 1,446 company insolvencies across England and Wales in September.
Govia was stripped of the Southeastern franchise after failing to declare more than £25 million of taxpayer funding.
The RAC said the average price of a litre of petrol at UK forecourts has reached 140.22p.
The bank held back £3.7bn in provisions during the pandemic and is expected to release more of it after cashing in £742m earlier this year.
This will end the blanket ban on foreign travellers from entering the country introduced by then-president Donald Trump in March 2020.
Carbon offsetting has come under fire from environmental campaigners but the former Bank governor predicts the market could grow to $150bn a year.
About 43 million Russians – 29% of the country’s nearly 146 million people – are fully vaccinated.
Lucy is named after the 3.2 million-year-old skeletal remains of a human ancestor found in Ethiopia nearly half a century ago.
Labour MP Tulip Siddiq said the British-Iranian dual-national’s sentence had been upheld with ‘no court hearing’.
The Home Secretary said security measures were being put in place to protect MPs but vowed politicians will carry on serving the country unimpeded.
The Home Secretary said constituent surgeries should continue despite calls for them to be suspended after Sir David Amess was killed on Friday.
The 23-year-old was part of a crew operating an armoured vehicle when the incident happened on Friday.
Every year from 2021 until the end of the decade, winners in five categories will receive £1 million to develop their projects.
Tobias Ellwood said there was ‘huge anxiety’ among MPs about their safety after Sir David Amess was killed.