Newspaper front pages for the 24th of September, 2021

The Daily Express repeats the warning for shoppers not to panic buy in supermarkets.Sabina Nessa was killed just yards from her flat on her way to a date, reports the Daily Mirror.
Now we’re running on empty – that’s the headline on the front of the Daily Mail, which says there are “fears of petrol shortages”. 
The Daily Star says that there is good money available for those happy to pick cabbages.
The Guardian leads with increasing pressure on the government as a shortage of lorry drivers leads to problems delivering fuel.
The i reports that the shortage of HGV drivers is affecting fuel deliveries across the UK.
A 38-year-old man has been arrested on suspicion of the murder of teacher Sabina Nessa – that’s on the front of Metro. The Financial Times reports that the Bank Of England is predicting inflation will top 4% next year.

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