Newspaper front pages for the 23rd of October, 2021

The death of a crew member on Alec Baldwin’s film set makes the front of the Daily Mirror.
The chancellor will pump £7bn into Britain’s transport network, according to the Daily Express.
The top story in the Daily Star is on Alec Balwin fatally shooting a crew member on a film set with what he believed was a prop gun.
The Guardian carries a warning from trade union leaders that the government risks “another winter of chaos” if it does not implement COVID restrictions like mandatory mask-wearing in shops and on public transport.
The Times talks to the chancellor, who says there can be “no more lockdowns”.

The Daily Telegraph interviews Foreign Secretary Liz Truss, who warns that Britain must not become “dependent” on China and Beijing-controlled companies should be excluded from contracts to build Sizewell C, a new nuclear power station.
The Daily Mail leads with accusations that Buckingham Palace tried to “mislead the nation” over the state of the Queen’s health.

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