“Take him down and never let him out” – that’s the headline on the front of Metro
The Independent reports on calls for the chief of the Metropolitan Police – Cressida Dick – being urged to step down
The sentencing of Wayne Couzens culminates in the “shaming of the Met” says the Guardian.
The Independent says UK shoppers have been advised to buy Christmas dinner in advance and put it in the freezer
The Guardian says police will have to work hard to rebuild public confidence after the murder of Sarah Everard by a serving officer
Friday’s front pages heavily cover the sentencing of Wayne Couzens – the metropolitan police officer who kidnapped, raped and murdered Sarah Everard.
“Never again” says the Daily Mirror, which reports growing demands for a radical overhaul of policing after the murder of Sarah Everard.
Fuming motorists expressed displeasure – as their efforts to fill up in south London were thwarted by the filming of a Channel 4 drama starring James Nesbitt, says the Sun.
The Daily Express leads with calls for better protection of women after Sarah Everard’s killer is jailed for life.