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#AceDailyNews says here’s todays Newspaper Headlines: Terror will not win’ and MP murder suspect named as police investigate the incident to find any further information and the case……The Observer says Sir David’s suspected killer was previously referred to Prevent, the government’s counter-extremism scheme, but was not known to MI5.
The Mail on Sunday focuses on the same story, reporting that the 25-year-old suspect was named last night as Ali Harbi Ali and is a British national of Somalian descent.The Sunday Times reports that the suspect’s father, Harbi Ali Kullane, has told the paper he has been left “traumatised” by his son’s arrest. Kullane, a ex-adviser to the prime minister of Somalia, said Scotland Yard anti-terrorist police had visited him, the paper adds.
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The Observer leads on a demand from the Speaker of the House of Commons, Sir Lindsay Hoyle, for “an end to hatred” against MPs and for a “kinder” political discourse in the wake of Sir David’s killing. Writing for the paper, Sir Lindsay describes him as a friend who would regularly drop in for a chat and as “a man who found a connection with everyone, no matter their background”.
The Sunday Telegraph carries a sombre photograph of Prime Minister Boris Johnson, Labour leader Sir Keir Starmer, Home Secretary Priti Patel and Commons Speaker Sir Lindsay after they laid tributes to Sir David in Leigh-on-Sea on Saturday – with Ms Patel appearing to wipe away a tear. The paper says the late MP got an “upsetting” threat days before he was killed, which it says was reported to Essex Police, but the force is not connecting it with the stabbing. It adds that at least one person linked to him was also recently threatened.
The Sunday Mirror says that political leaders have “stood shoulder to shoulder” in the wake of Sir David’s death to vow that “terror will not win”.A similar sentiment is echoed by the Sunday Express, which leads on news that MPs will continue to meet the public amid the home secretary’s vow that politicians “will not be cowed” by Sir David’s killing.
Several front pages carry pictures of Prime Minister Boris Johnson and Labour leader Sir Keir Starmer holding flowers and walking side by side as they pay their respects to Sir David Amess. The papers describe how Westminster is united in grief – as are his constituents.
There are plenty of stories from those he helped during his long backbench career.
The Sunday Times hears from a 70-year-old woman, who arrived at one tribute to him clutching gladioli. She explained her family had struggled to get her autistic, epileptic grandson into the same school as his brother – until Sir David made some phone calls and the whole thing was resolved.
A worker on the children’s ward at Southend Hospital tells the Mail on Sunday that every Christmas the MP would come dressed as Santa.
Another woman reveals in the Sunday Mirror that he intervened in a fertility treatment battle with the NHS – giving her the chance to become a mother.
Meanwhile, the Sunday Express covers a joint statement by all of Southend’s mosques – praising Sir David as an “upstanding friend” to the “Muslim community” and condemning the “blind hatred” which led to his death.
The father of the suspected killer has spoken to the Sunday Times. Harbi Ali Kullane, a former adviser to the prime minister of Somalia, says he’s “traumatised” by his son’s arrest. The paper reports that investigators are examining the theory the suspect was radicalised online during lockdown.
The Sunday Telegraph reports that in the days leading up to the fatal attack, Sir David had received an “upsetting” threat – although Essex police haven’t connected it to the stabbing. It says despite the incident, Sir David chose to go ahead with his public appointments.
The Sunday People pictures the veteran MP with his wife and four daughters. Its headline draws on Sir David’s own words: “My family pay a big price for me being an MP”.
The financial impact of climate change policies has led to a rift between the prime minister and Chancellor Rishi Sunak – according to the Observer. It says leaked Treasury documents warn of economic damage if Britain misdirects or spends too much on green investment.
Environmental campaigners say the review fails to take account of the economic benefits and warns the leak could undermine efforts to galvanise action – ahead of the climate summit in Glasgow.
But the Mail on Sunday says Treasury officials have accused Mr Johnson of “economic illiteracy” because of fears his policies could lead to higher inflation and an interest rate rise. In a statement, the Treasury insists it’s playing a crucial role in the effort to tackle climate change.
#AceNewsDesk report ……………….Published: Oct.17: 2021:
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