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What the newspapers say – 3 December

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The newspapers on Tuesday are characterized by reactions to the terrorist attack in the capital and the coverage before the parliamentary elections.

The father of terrorist victim Jack Merritt wrote on the obverse The guard that his son "angry his death was used to promote an agenda of hatred".

The Daily Express carries a photo of his father Dave Merritt, who holds his son's friend at a memorial service and encourages the church to "erase hatred with his goodness".

The Independent Www.socialistgroup.org/gpes/newsdet…09&site=main The ministers have launched an "emergency audit" of the terrorists, who will be released from prison immediately after the attack. Englisch: www.socialistgroup.org/gpes/session…08&place=STR The times 200 "extremists are faced with movement restrictions" that could lead to them being banned from big cities.

Meanwhile, The Daily Telegraph Opposition leader Jeremy Corbyn has reportedly been asked by independent researchers to inquire if the Labor Party has contributed to the dissemination of Russian disinformation in the election campaign.

The I says the media does not decide on the election and instead says, "you decide".

The Daily mail The Duke of York faces a "new TV humiliation" after the woman claims to have had sex with him in the BBC – broadcast Panorama entitled metro Led by Virginia Giuffre, who said she was "traded for Andrew."

The Tagesspiegel covers a hit-and-run in Loughton, Essex, where a 12-year-old student was killed.

The Financial Times According to reports from the new EU Financial Services chief, the bloc is ready to block London's access to the market after Brexit.

And the Daily star insulted "snowflakes" and says the world has gone "crazy" because Mr. Men character Mr. Clever is called a sexist.

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