Today’s news summary – Paper Talk
Tuesday’s front pages continue the reporting on the aftermath of the murder of MP David Amess. The papers’ report the PM and politicians attending a church service, calls to end online hate and Amess’ Southend being made a city in his memory.
Islamist hate preacher Anjem Choudary’s videos can easily be found online, according to an investigation by the Daily Mirror.
According to The Times, a government strategy will recommend that MI5 and counterterrorism police should be given more control over the Prevent programme.
The Daily Mail features CCTV footage of the man understood to be Ali Harbi Ali.
Southend, home of Sir David Amess, has been awarded city status, which features on the front page of the Daily Express.
The i leads on comments from MPs, who said they will continue to meet members of the public in person.
There are calls for a crackdown on online abuse of public figures and social media anonymity in the aftermath of Sir David Amess’s murder.
The Financial Times leads on a story about Bank of England interest rates, which could increase as soon as November.
The Metro leads with comments from Mark Francois MP, who has called for an end to online hatred.