Newspaper front pages for the 20th of October, 2021

Health officials have warned that booster jabs are not being taken as quickly as the initial rollout, the Daily Express writes.

The Daily Star leads with comments from the Queen, who has hit out at a magazine for featuring her as its Oldie Of The Year.
It could cost £1 trillion for Britain to reach its net-zero target, according to the Daily Mail
The Guardian has learned that the suspect alleged to have murdered Sir David Amess received support under the government’s counter-terrorism programme.
The Independent is leading on reports that a modified version of the Oxford vaccine is being developed to target the Delta variant, in the wake of rising infections in the UK.
The Metro leads on comments from Boris Johnson, who was speaking ahead of COP26.He said Britain can hit its net-zero carbon emissions target by 2050 without people having to sacrifice holidays and cars.
The Chancellor of the Exchequer Rishi Sunak is set to cut a tax surcharge on bank profits by over 60% in next week’s Budget, the Financial Times are reporting.
Two-thirds of care home residents are still waiting for their coronavirus booster jab, as some GPs have stopped vaccinations to prioritise clearing treatment backlogs, according to The Daily Telegraph.
The Daily Mirror also leads on a story about the slow booster jab uptake, amidst fears from experts about rising cases and a winter COVID-19 surge.People in the UK could face new taxes or reduced public spending to pay for the rapid transition to net-zero, The Times writes.

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