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Christmas dinners ‘could be cancelled’ thanks to CO2 shortage

Ranjit Singh Boparan, the owner of Bernard Matthews, warned of a lack of food supplies.

Business Secretary reassured that gas supply ‘not cause for immediate concern’

He said that protecting customers from huge price rises was ‘an absolute priority’.

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.

Michael Gove heads rebranded ‘Department for Levelling Up’

The new Secretary of State has promised a relentless focus on ‘overlooked families and undervalued communities’ across the UK.

Boris Johnson accused of taking ‘casual’ approach to national security

MPs and peers said the fall of Afghanistan showed Britain’s national security machinery is ‘inadequate to the task’.

BBC ‘extremely sorry’ over loss of Babes in the Wood victim’s clothes

Martin Bashir was given the clothes for DNA testing, but they were never returned.

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Christmas dinners ‘could be cancelled’ thanks to CO2 shortage

Ranjit Singh Boparan, the owner of Bernard Matthews, warned of a lack of food supplies.

All eyes on Ben White but Gabriel proves defensive lynchpin for Arsenal in Burnley scrap

There was a moment in this first-half between Arsenal and Burnley where Gabriel celebrated so wildly you thought the Gunners had scored again.

Pep Guardiola feels ‘a bit guilty’ as packed Etihad watches Man City draw 0-0 with Southampton

Manchester City boss Pep Guardiola admitted he felt “a bit guilty” after seeing his side held to a goalless draw by Southampton at a packed Etihad.

Business Secretary reassured that gas supply ‘not cause for immediate concern’

He said that protecting customers from huge price rises was ‘an absolute priority’.

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.