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Sunday, September 19, 2021



Driver who wrecked £1 million row of supercars on late-night race through Knightsbridge facing jail

Ahmed Al Husseini crashed into a string of luxury cars including a Bentley Bentayga, a £300,000 McClaren, and a Porsche Cayenne

Mitcham: Man, 26, arrested after alleged rape of schoolgirl in south London

A 26-year-old man has been arrested after the alleged rape of a schoolgirl in south London.

Vienna shooting: I.S. gunman in Austria attack as manhunt on for accomplice

A photograph circulating online appears to show the attacker posing with knives making an apparent pledge of allegiance to IS

Boris Johnson says UK stands united with Austria against terror as he expresses ‘deep shock’ over attack in Vienna

Boris Johnson has said the UK stands united with Austria against terror following the “terrible attacks” in the  country’s capital, Vienna.

WHO chief Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus self-isolates after Covid-19 contact

World Health Organisation chief Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus is in quarantine after being identified as a close contact of a person who tested positive for Covid-19.

UK coronavirus cases rise by 18,950 as country records 136 further deaths

The UK has recorded 18,850 new confirmed coronavirus cases in the past 24 hours.

Lockdown 2: Boris Johnson attempts to head off fierce Tory rebellion in Commons showdown

A furious Tory MP has attacked Boris Johnson over plans for a second national lockdown, accusing the Prime Minister of creating an "authoritative and coercive state".

Coronavirus deaths will be ‘twice as high as first wave’ without lockdown 2, Boris Johnson to tell MPs

The second wave of coronavirus could be twice as bad as the first unless a new national lockdown is imposed, Boris Johnson is to tell MPs.

Panic buying sweeps England as lockdown loo roll scramble returns

Supermarket shelves across England have been stripped bare on the final weekend before the country enters a second national lockdown.

Latest news

Lib Dems hold key to next general election, says Davey

The Lib Dem leader will tell his annual conference that Boris Johnson can only be removed if they take seats from the Tories.

France accuses Britain of hiding in ‘American lap’ in submarine row

Paris furious after Australia cancels a £30bn submarine order following new defence pact with the US and UK.

What the papers say – September 19

Rising gas prices and Boris Johnson’s trip to the US feature among the stories on Sunday’s front pages.

Harry reveals grandfather Philip was a great listener

The Duke of Sussex spoke to a BBC tribute programme due to air on Wednesday at 9pm.

BBC did not properly search for murder victim’s lost clothes – report

The broadcaster has dismissed as ‘incorrect’ claims key people were not interviewed in a 2004 investigation.