Friday’s front pages are heavily dominated by the warnings from three of the UK’s biggest petrol station operators warning of fuel shortages.
The Mirror says that Ms Nessa, 28, was on the way to a first date at a pub metres from her flat when she was killed.
The Daily Express front page headline reads: “Keep calm… and we can all carry on shopping”
“We’re running on empty,” is the Sun’s take. It says some Tesco stations were also closed off amid calls to rip up immigration laws
The Daily Express says Princess Diana, Princess of Wales, passed away 24 years ago following a car crash in Paris.
The Metro leads on the arrest of a man on suspicion of the murder of Sabina Nessa.
The Independent leads with Sabina Nessa saying a man has been arrested.
The Guardian leads with increasing pressure on the government as a shortage of lorry drivers leads to problems delivering fuel
The Metro says Harry Potter actor Tom Felton was seen being stretchered off a golf course following an incident during a celebrity game.
The Guardian says care operators facing 100% increases in their energy bills to keep residents warm this winter have demanded urgent government intervention
France24 says European MEP and former Catalan president Carles Puigdemont was arrested in Italy on Thursday, his lawyer said.