Today’s news summary – Paper Talk
Monday’s front pages are heavily dominated by the suspected car bomb outside a hospital in Liverpool. Three men have been arrested under the Terrorism Act following the car blast. The papers continue to speculate over the Queen’s health and there is ongoing reporting on deals from COP26.
A hero taxi driver thwarted a Poppy Day bombing tragedy by locking a suspected terrorist in his cab, the Daily Express reports.
Three men were arrested on Sunday after a suspected car bomb blast at a maternity hospital in Liverpool, the Daily Mail reports.
India and China will “have to explain themselves to poor nations” after watering down the Glasgow climate pact, the COP26 president Alok Sharma warned on Sunday, The Guardian writes.
Concern over the Queen’s health has grown after she cancelled her appearance at the nation’s Remembrance Sunday service after spraining her back, the i reports.
The prime minister has defended the climate pact made at cop26 following backlash. The PM admits disappointment at the watered-down agreement but says the deal is ‘game-changing’, the Independent’s front-page splashes.
The Sun’s front-page reports on the ‘poppy day bomb plot’. The paper says the ‘hero’ cab driver locked the suspect in the taxi before it exploded outside of Liverpool Women’s Hospital.
The Daily Mirror reports on the ‘Remembrance Sunday attack’ as it says a terror probe is now underway following the taxi blast. The paper calls the cabbie a ‘hero’ as it reports one person died in the attack.